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ISORA Racers Prepare for Challenging 120-Mile Offshore Race from Dun Laoghaire Harbour

10th June 2022
After six races sailed and with one discard applied, the overall ISORA leader is the IRC Class 1 J109 Mojito (Peter Dunlop & Victoria Cox) from Pwllheli Sailing Club in North Wales
After six races sailed and with one discard applied, the overall ISORA leader is the IRC Class 1 J109 Mojito (Peter Dunlop & Victoria Cox) from Pwllheli Sailing Club in North Wales Credit: Afloat

ISORA's race number seven and the third race offshore fixture takes place on Saturday, 11th June. This is a challenging 120-mile race from Dun Laoghaire Harbour.

21 competitors will be on the three start lines with Class 2 off first at 0800 with six starters, then the seven boats in Class 1 boats at 0830, followed by eight Class 0 boats at 0900hrs.

The Musto 2022 ISORA series has already attracted a strong and competitive fleet with 30 boats entered for the series so far.

The SSIs for the race are published on the ISORA home page here

ISORA race 7 has been set to take the fleet down the coast to India South (just off Wicklow), and then to M2, the Weather buoy which is halfway to Holyhead, then north-west to Dunany. Then a long 30nm leg south to the finish line outside Howth at Rowen Rocks.ISORA race 7 has been set to take the fleet down the coast to India South (just off Wicklow), and then to M2, the Weather buoy which is halfway to Holyhead, then north-west to Dunany. Then a long 30nm leg south to the finish line outside Howth at Rowen Rocks.

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