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IRC

IRC is a rating rule to handicap different designs of keelboats allowing them to race together. Each boat’s rating (her ‘handicap’) is calculated using measurements of the boat; her length, weight, draft, sail area, etc. The resulting time corrector, the boat’s ‘TCC’, is her handicap. After a race, each boat’s elapsed time (the time she has taken to complete the course) is multiplied by her TCC to calculate her corrected time (her race time making allowance for the characteristics of the boat). The boat with the shortest corrected time is the winner of the race.

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Posted on 11 Jan
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The fleet in Busuanga Bay, BPI Busuanga Cup 2020.
© PISF
Islands races off the west coast of Busuanga. BPI Busuanga Cup 2020
© PISF
Sunrise at the Black Island finish. BPI Busuanga Cup 2020
© PISF
Selma Star. BPI Busuanga Cup 2020
© PISF
The fleet in Halsey Harbour, Culion Island. Linapacan Rally 2020
© PISF
Meanwhile, some great drone shots are in from Gunboat 68 Tosca, sailed by Ken Howery/Alex Thomson. After their pitstop in the Azores, they are now over halfway to the finish in Grenada
© PKC Media / Tosca
Volvo 70 HYPR heads for the finish line off Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina and completes the RORC Transatlantic Race in an elapsed time of 12 days 8 hrs 29 mins and 48 secs
© Louay Habib / RORC
Life on board Volvo 60 Challenge Ocean
© Challenge Ocean
Miranda Merron is returning to Atlantic racing having completed the Vendée Globe in her IMOCA 60.
© RORC
Life on board Volvo 60 Challenge Ocean
© Challenge Ocean
Flying the flag for the Yacht Club de France - Dominique Tian's Ker 46 Tonnerre de Glen (FRA) are on course to claim third place in IRC Zero
© James Mitchell / RORC
Orc 50 Club 5 Oceans finished the race on 20 January and received a great welcome dockside in Grenada: Team Club 5 Oceans were: Oleg Dudkin, Quentin le Nabour, Michele Lecce, Romain Szyjan, Evgeny Tokarev, Bram Vanspengen , Vadim Yakimenko
© RORC
Life on board Volvo 60 Challenge Ocean
© Challenge Ocean
Trade winds kick in on day 14 of the RORC Transatlantic Race - Volvo 60 Challenge Ocean, skippered by Valdo Dhoyer reported: `30/35 knots from the east and a swell of 4-6 metres. Hurtling through the Atlantic swell - the speed dial goes crazy`
© Challenge Ocean
Team HYPR: Louis Andors, Michael Docherty, Will Ellison, Diego Fructuoso, Marko Gorjanc, Florian Guezennec, Filip Henriksson, Dusan Konrad, Richard Laver, Jens Lindner, Carlos Manera, John McDonald, Alejandro Muscat, Rok Poropat,Dusan Puh,Aleksander Zivec
© James Mitchell / RORC
Life on board Volvo 60 Challenge Ocean
© Challenge Ocean
Life on board Volvo 60 Challenge Ocean
© Challenge Ocean
Life on board Volvo 60 Challenge Ocean
© Challenge Ocean
Ryan's 36' Proa Jzerro
© Guillaume Beaudoin / SailorProductions
Cowes Week
© Paul Wyeth / pwpictures.com
BVI Spring Regatta
© Ingrid Abery / www.ingridabery.com
Bareboat Fleet heading up the Sir Francis Drake
© Alastair Abrehart
Charter classes heading up the Sir Francis Drake Channel
© Alastair Abrehart / BVI Spring Regatta
Start Line set to go.
© Ingrid Abery / BVI Spring Regatta
Poole Regatta
© Ian Roman / www.ianroman.com
Max Klink's Botin 52 Caro (CH) team: Mark Bartlett GB, Justin Ferris NZ, Ryan Godfrey AU, Maximilian Klink CH, William Mackenzie AU, Andrew McCorquodale CA, Ian Moore GB, Michael Mueller DE, Jonathan Swain US
© Arthur Daniel / RORC
The Austrian Ocean Race Project's VO65 Sisi (AUT) completed the RORC Transatlantic Race in an elapsed time of 11 days 04 hrs 43 mins 29 secs on Wednesday 19 January
© Arthur Daniel / RORC
Tala crossed the finish line off Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina and headed for the Carenage and the dock for a warm welcome
© Arthur Daniel / RORC
Zara Tremlett, Marina Manager and team at Port Louis were on the dock to welcome Tala
© Arthur Daniel / RORC
ala cross the finish line of the 2022 RORC Transatlantic Race after a close battle for IRC Zero
© Arthur Daniel / RORC
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