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Tremendous support for Landsail Tyres J-Cup

by Louay Habib 20 May 22:25 PDT 24-26 June 2021
IRC One fleet, Juno, J122 - Landsail Tyres J-Cup © Paul Wyeth / pwpictures.com

The 2021 Landsail Tyres J-Cup has an enviable horde of prizes for this year's competitors. No less than a dozen marine companies are supporting the regatta! Now in its 22nd year, the annual J Boats celebration is an absolute must-do event for J Boats owners.

Hosted by the Royal Southern Yacht Club, located on the banks of the Hamble River, the regatta provides three days of thrilling racing in The Solent plus great fun and pageantry ashore at one of UK's most prestigious yacht clubs.

For many years the regatta has been supported by Fastnet Insurance, B&G, and North Sails.

"Fastnet Marine Insurance is delighted to be supporting the J-Cup once again and wishes all competitors a great time......as well as a safe, damage-free regatta! Socially distanced mark roundings please!" commented Richard Power, Managing Director Fastnet Insurance.

"The J-Cup is always a highlight regatta on the Solent," commented Sam Richmond, UK Sales Manager North Sails. "We will provide coaching and drone imagery from the North Sails RIB and we have you covered with sail service and repair after racing each day. Find our experts out on the water or on the dock after racing - we can't wait to see you there!"

"B&G are proud to continue sponsoring the J-Cup," commented Simon Conder, Global Head of Brand. "Since 2004, we have been supporting this event and it is great to see how it has developed and grown over the years. It's always a great opportunity for us to be on hand at the event for technical support, but also to meet the sailors and get their feedback first hand on how they are using the B&G products across the fleet, hear their stories and of course enjoy the great racing on show, from these great yachts."

The Landsail Tyres J-Cup will have a bevy of prizes, and not just for class winners! A big thank you to all our supporters including: Cyclops Marine, Dolphin Covers, Grapefruit Graphics, Hambledon Vineyard, Henri Lloyd, Ocean Rope, Wight Vodka and XV Stripes.

The 2021 Landsail Tyres J-Cup is open for entry. Online registration and race documents including the Notice of Race can be found at YachtScoring here.

For more information about the 2021 Landsail Tyres J-Cup visit www.keyyachting.com

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