Announcing New Voyages

Pilot Cutter Review 2021 (Number 15) from Classic Sailing

Announcing the 15th Annual Pilot Cutter Review 2021 from Classic Sailing

New for 2021 Five Days including Bank Holiday Monday in Charlestown Harbour

Come and join the Pilot Cuter Review.

Day 1 Thursday 27 May – Evening – Arrive Fowey on Pontoon near Prime Cellars

Fowey Harbour Commissioners have kindly agreed to set aside the pontoon nearest to Prime Cellars. Please note you will have to pay your own harbour dues.

Day 2 Friday 28 May

Morning – Departure from Fowey for the Passage Race to St Mawes.

Please cross the Royal Fowey Yacht Club line at about 10am. 

You are asked to self time the event so there is no need to crowd the start line.

Afternoon – Evening – Arrive in St Mawes Harbour – Race Briefing ashore for Skippers

Day 3 Saturday 29 May

Two races from St Mawes. Info to follow.

Saturday evening – to Ruan Creek.

Truro Harbour Commissioners have kindly agreed to the use of the pontoon nearest to Ruan Creek. You will need to pay your pontoon fees.

Day 4 – Sunday 30 May

One or two races from St Mawes depending how many were achieved on the Saturday. Info to follow.

Sunday evening – Prize giving by boat.

Day 5

NEW – Monday 31st of May (Bank Holiday)

Passage to Charlestown Harbour for arrival late afternoon.

Anchoring off the Charlestown Harbour

Charlestown Harbour has very kindly offered to provide some entertainments ashore in the evening. There will be food and drink for you to purchase – they have a great selection of food offerings!

We welcome all pilot cutters – Please let us know if you can bring a pilot cutter?

Covid and weather permitting!

2019 Winner was Eve of St Mawes and we hope she can return to defend her championship! Congratulations to Mark and Helen.

Eve of St Mawes 2019 Pilot Cutter Champion
Eve of St Mawes 2019 Pilot Cutter Champion

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