Latest Entry List From TopYacht For ASR 2018

The PGYC Royal Cargo All Souls Regatta 2018 is shaping up with just two weeks to go and already almost 20 yachts of various sizes are registered in the TopYacht regatta management program. At least another five are known to be about to register, including the high performance Karakoa and the classic cruiser Dany II.

Check the current TopYacht entries here:

TopYacht Regatta Entries Page

The Notice of Race for the Kite Foiling class in the PGYC Royal Cargo All Souls Regatta 2018 is published here:

www.allsoulsregatta.com/pdf/NOR_ASR_kite_foiling_2018.pdf

This inaugural event follows the exhibition kite foiling class that featured in the 2017 All Souls Regatta.

The PGYC All Souls Regatta 2018 is sponsored by: Royal Cargo, Air Juan, Asian Terminals Inc., Asian Tigers Mobility, Broadwater Marine, Papaya Yacht Charter Services, the Philippine Retirement Authority, Socolics, Tricom Projects and Freedom Kitesurfing

The Notice of Race for the PGYC Royal Cargo All Souls Regatta 2018 is published here:

www.allsoulsregatta.com/pdf/NOR_asr18.pdf

35-40 yachts (racing, cruising, multihulls, beach catamarans) expected at the largest yachting event in the Philippines. All yachts welcome.

The PGYC All Souls Regatta 2018 is sponsored by: Royal Cargo, Air Juan, Asian Terminals Inc., Broadwater Marine, Socolics, Tricom Projects, the Philippine Retirement Authority and Freedom Kitesurfing

Race Results All Souls Regatta 2017

Here are the final results of the 14th Royal Cargo All Souls Regatta 2017

When viewing the results you will note that each yacht has one entry of “0”, this is because the Race Committee decided to allow each yacht to drop its worst race score.

The All Souls Regatta 2017 was sponsored by: Royal Cargo, Hyde Sails, Broadwater Marine, Socolics, Tricom Projects, Lane Records Management, Asian Tigers, Asian Terminals Inc., the Philippine Retirement Authority, Rayomarine, Tanduay Rum, Summit Water and Cobra Energy Drink

Come back next year for the 15th All Souls Regatta in Puerto Galera – the largest yachting event in the Philippines each year – and enjoy the most fun on the water you can have at Halloween anywhere on the planet

 

  • Sat 28th OCT: Day One Small Boat Program (SBP) Regatta (dinghies)
  • Sun 29th OCT: Day Two SBP Regatta followed by medal presentation on Dalaruan Beach
  • Mon 30th OCT: SBP Kids Mini Golf Competition, beside the yacht club
  • Tue 31st OCT: Yacht Club Golf Tournament at Ponderosa Golf Course (enjoy the best view from any golf course on the planet), concurrent with ASR Practice race 1, followed by a strategy evening at the Rock’n Roll Bar on Muelle Pier
  • Wed 1st NOV: Tune Up & ASR Practice race 2 followed by a PGYC Curry Buffet dinner
  • Thu 2nd NOV: SBP Kids vs Adults Lawin fun race; Regatta Registration / Meet & Greet evening at PGYC . . . a great chance to meet your fellow sailors and buy the handicapper a beer!
  • Fri 3rd NOV: First Day of Racing, followed by Happy Hour daily awards, SBP regatta awards presentation, an Auction to raise funds for the SBP, and Dinner
  • Sat 4th NOV: Second day of Racing, followed by Happy Hour daily awards, Fancy Dress Halloween Party and Dinner with live band
  • Sun 5th NOV: Third and last day of Racing, followed by ASR Awards Presentation by Honorable Governor Alfonso Umali Jr., and Dinner
  • Mon 6th NOV: 11:00 Post Regatta we plan to enjoy an leisurely sail around to Ensenda and have a BBQ on the beach and discuss where we went wrong.

The Notice of Race for the 2017 Royal Cargo All Souls Regatta is published here:

www.allsoulsregatta.com/pdf/NOR_asr17.pdf

35-40 yachts (racing, cruising, multihulls, beach catamarans) expected at the largest yachting event in the Philippines. All yachts welcome.

The All Souls Regatta 2017 is sponsored by: Royal Cargo, Hyde Sails, Broadwater Marine, Socolics, Tricom Projects, Lane Records Management, Asian Tigers, the Philippine Retirement Authority and Tanduay Rum