By AY MultiMedia
28th March 2016, Subic Bay, Philippines
Coming off the back of a bruising Rolex China Sea Race, Subic Sailing have invited competitors to join in the action at the Commodore’s Cup this week. Local racing teams preformed with distinction at the Subic to Boracay Race and Cup earlier this month and enjoy pitting their skills against the visiting teams. Subic Bay is quickly becoming known as the Home of Sailing in the Philippines, as two keelboat classes swing into action, in conjunction with the Philippine Sailing Association, Streaker and Optimist classes, begin their assault for individual glory, sharing the same waters as the main bout.
The Commodores’ Cup is honoured to be the 10th regatta on the AsianYachting Grand Prix (AYGP) and an excellent chance for Philippine and Hong Kong skippers to improve their ranking, in the race for the 2015-16 AYGP Skipper and Yacht of the Year. Although Steve Manning/Anthony Root’s Ker 42 Black Baza presently holds onto top spot in the AYGP rankings, they have contested six events this season and can only improve in small increments, are aiming to better their lowest scoring event to date. The 2015-16 AYGP Rankings, can be viewed by clicking on Skipper – Yacht – Regatta and Scoring System.
The 9th Commodores’ Cup is organized by Subic Sailing and Philippine Sailing Association, in cooperation with The Lighthouse Marina Resort, Watercraft Ventures and The Boatyard Inn
The regatta is made possible by the supported of Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority, Subic Bay Hotels, Attractions and Tourism Stakeholders Visitors Board, Department of Tourism, Philippines Coast Guard and 1Subicbay
The above is an excerpt from AsianYachting.com Pre-Regatta Report. Read the full report here.
Featured photo by AsianYachting.com