Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup
Porto Cervo | from 02/09 to 08/09
Each year the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup gathers the best in nautical architecture and world famous sailors in Porto Cervo. Now in its 29th edition, large fleets visit the Costa Smeralda each year to participate with 50 yachts enrolled in 2017. Boats are divided into various divisions based on their size and technical characteristics. The event, organised by the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda in collaboration with the International Maxi Association (IMA) and with the support of title sponsor Rolex, is scheduled from 2nd to 8th September and promises a week of spectacular sailing on several race courses alongside a host of exclusive social events ashore.
Caoimhe Cotter - 00353876798992 - email@example.com
Position: Foredeck, Mast, Pit, Sewer, Grinder, Trimmer, Main
Comments: Ahoy, I\'m a student studying Law and German at Trinity College Dublin who really wants to get involved in yacht racing. However I have found it quite difficult to get my foot in the door. I’m a qualified dinghy instructor and have raced my Laser Radial internationally but ever since last August, when I got the opportunity to sail on a Varianta 44 in the Boddenetappen in north Germany, I’ve realised just how amazing big boat racing is and so am currently in the middle of my RYA Day Skipper training. Here is a list of any relevant yachting experience. -2014: crewed on a Beneteau 36.7 (called Holy Grounder) to/around the Scilly Isles from Cork Harbour -2014: completed my Competent Crew on a Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 (Yola) -Winters 2015/16: crewed on a Beneteau 27.7 (Jigsaw) in Dublin in the Dun Laoghaire Sunday morning Forstbite sailing- called the \"Turkey Shoot\" & \"Spring Chicken\"! -2017: crewed in the Boddenetappen Regatta on a Varianta44 -2017: completed my first weekend of my Day Skipper on a Beneteau 36.7 (Holy Grounder) -2018: currently looking forward to my first transatlantic crossing aboard the Volvo 70 Green Dragon. I would genuinely appreciate the opportunity to get some more time on the water. Thanks in advance for taking the time to read this. Fair Winds! Kindest Regards, Caoimhe