Events

  • 2018 North American Championship

  • 2018 West Coast Championship

  • 2018 Circuit

  • 2017 Rolex Farr 40 Worlds

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  • Roepers wins West Coast
  • Cabrillo Beach YC to host Farr 40's
  • Countback Cliff-Hanger at NSW

march26 west1 sSkipper Alex Roepers and the Plenty team have set the standard in the Farr 40 class while capturing consecutive world championships.

Plenty opened the 2018 campaign with another victory after getting all it could handle from longtime rival Struntje Light.

Roepers steered Plenty to first place finishes in five of seven races as the two-time defending world champs began the 2018 International Circuit by claiming the West Coast Championship, held out of Cabrillo Beach Yacht Club.

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Cabrillo Beach Yacht Club to host opening event of 2018 Farr 40 Circuit

Cabrillo Beach and Long Beach were two of the favorite stops for Farr 40 owners when California hosted the International Circuit in 2014 and 2015.

With the class returning to the United States for the 2018 season, those proven venues are back on the calendar by popular demand.

Cabrillo Beach Yacht Club will host the opening event of the 2018 circuit (March 21-24) while Long Beach Yacht Club will serve as site for the Farr 40 North American Championship (May 9-12), the Class announced.

"Our owners have always enjoyed racing off southern California with Cabrillo Beach and Long Beach among the best locales we've ever been," Stagg said. "We have a strong West Coast fleet that will provide a solid foundation for those two regattas and most of the traveling boats have committed to competing."

The California swing during the spring will give Farr 40 programs an opportunity to sharpen their skills in advance of two events being held out of Chicago. As always, the season will culminate with the Farr 40 World Championship, being held Oct. 3-9 and hosted by Chicago Yacht Club.

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feb20 nsw1 sAt the end of two long days and seven races in mixed conditions, a countback cliff-hanger split first and second at the Farr 40 NSW State Title which wrapped up on Sydney Harbour on Sunday February 4, 2018.

Martin Hill and team HillPDA Racing beat the nine-strong Farr 40 fleet four times and Tom and Alan Quick’s Outlaw managed it twice, the extra firsts breaking the equal points deadlock and delivering Hill the class state title for the second consecutive year.

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