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Indian Summer Arrives

Indian Summer Arrives
After an epic journey, 6 days 9 hours and 42 minutes after starting, Indian Summer completed the 29th Three Peaks Yacht Race when their Read More

Waiting for an Indian Summer

Waiting for an Indian Summer
With 8 yachts finished by Wednesday, the race party on Thursday night and two yachts still to finish sometime on Saturday those waiting at Read More

Taking Shelter

Taking Shelter
The dire weather forecast was accurate. Severe gales are still blowing across the West of Scotland and here at the race finish conditions Read More

Leopard Make Their Move

Leopard Make Their Move
The Reflex 38, Leopard, first led the race when they rowed away from the start line at Barmouth in bright sunshine and on calm seas ... and Read More

Heavy Weather – Hard Choices

Heavy Weather – Hard Choices
There was a general air of nervousness and uncertainty among competitors around the Whitehaven Marina on Monday evening, with the weather Read More

The Weather Takes its Toll

The Weather Takes its Toll
The windy and stormy weather caused the first retirements of the race early on Monday morning, not at sea but on Scafell Pike. During the Read More

Rush for the Bar

Rush for the Bar
With low water effectively shutting the entrance to the sea lock at Whitehaven Marina at 22.30 a small group of yachts were racing to Read More

The Leaders into Whitehaven

The Leaders into Whitehaven
There is still little between the leading 5 yachts, who passed through the Menai Strait within an hour of each other this morning and Read More

Snowdon Run Results

Snowdon Run Results
This year’s times on Snowdon were very consistent with only one team taking more than 8 hours (there have been many 10+ hour times Read More

Morning in Menai

Morning in Menai
The marshals at Caernarfon spent very little of Sunday morning in the caravan on the water front which is being used as a checkpoint Read More

Close at Caernarfon

Close at Caernarfon
Either side of midnight yachts were arriving at Caernarfon every few minutes, and it looks like this will be the most closely contested Read More

Rowing Over the Start Line

Rowing Over the Start Line
Saturday morning was bright and sunny in Barmouth and the breeze on the waterfront suggested the forecast of a force 3 to 4 wind might be Read More

Team Web Sites

Team Web Sites
Each year more and more teams produce their own websites and this year there are several sites which give an insight into the personalities Read More

Back For a Good Cause

Back For a Good Cause
The last time Nigel Gould took part in the 3 Peaks Yacht Race he received a message from home saying his 18 month old son had been rushed Read More

Trophy Hunting

Trophy Hunting
This race has an amazing number of trophies on offer, probably twice as many as there boats in the race! Whether they are at the front of Read More

Almost Ready to Go

Almost Ready to Go
On a calm and warm Friday evening all the yachts entered in the race are safely moored in the estuary mouth at Barmouth, with the exception Read More

True Adventure

True Adventure
For sailors and athletes looking for adventure the Three Peaks Yacht Race is an irresistible challenge, and this year’s event is Read More

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