Next Race: JANUARY 2023
An annual 160 mile race in Florida held each winter.
Started in 1975, the race runs down the coast of Florida as one of the most tactically challenging of the winter as crews must avoid reefs and coast lines to ensure victory.
January 25, 2021
Photo: SORC Sailing … It was a very light Fort Lauderdale Race in 2021 but at least sailors were able to participate! Congrats to the SORC for a successful event and Commodore Ed Cesare on the First to Finish.
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ABOUT THE EVENT
Proud Partnership with Lauderdale Yacht Club & SORC
Highlight of the Winter Season
The course shall be from the starting line, south to the Miami Sea Buoy (“RW Mo (A) Whistle”) leaving it to starboard; then to the Key West Sea Buoy (“RW Mo(A)”) located south of Key West, leaving the following marks and a continuous line connecting them to starboard. Note that the continuous line is not always indicative of the boundary of safe water for navigation, and does not include the course from the Key West Sea Buoy to the Finish.
Next Race: January 2022
Registration is done via Yacht Scoring before the event and check in begins on Thursday afternoon.
First signal for each course will be at 1000 Friday. Class assignments and starting times will be available online and will be announced at the Skippers Meeting.
A course from the Miami Sea Buoy to the Key West Sea Buoy. However, the continuous line is not always indicative of the boundary of safe water for navigation so vigilance is required.
The Awards Presentation and After-Race Party will be held on Saturday which will be TBD based on local regulations.