The 13th annual North American Panerai Classic Yachts Series (NA PCYC) series will be attracting a lot of yachts and sailors this year.
There will be a total of three consecutive weekends racing at the NA PCYC series this August. The sailors will be taking part in a possible eight races this season to win the Panerai trophies. This year is going to see a huge regatta and there will be five of them.
The five events that will be held over three consecutive weekends in August are Newport, Nantucket, Marblehead classic regattas along with new addition the Herreshoff Classic Yacht Regatta, Bristol, RI. It is expected that about 200 yachts will be taking part in the different Panerai regattas. This will be a large scale event and everyone is looking forward to this regatta season.
The first event will be the Corinthian Classic Yacht Regatta in Marblehead that will be held on August 12 and 13. This will be followed by the Nantucket Regatta in Marblehead on the subsequent weekend of August 18 and 19. (more…)
Seascape gives a perfect sailing experience to the modern racer who is weekend sailor.
The boat provides all comfortable and fun and it is best for adventure racing and day sailing.
The Seascape 24 is modern in every aspect. It holds retro attitude and take sailors back to those when they weren’t scared to go for the race on their boats at weekends; moreover they used to sleep on them as well.
Person from Seascape Til Plevnik spoke about the Seascape 24 and said “In Europe Weekender boat sailing designs are present in ample and most of them has 20-30 years old design. This is a boat that has been designed to swap them all. The boat is high on performance can say it is a day sailor and it offers all basic comfort that are present in contemporary boats. Though, the boat cannot be used for racing but it has potential to do many things than just racing. Everything in the boat is designed carefully to make it as a performer. The technical system of the boat is in synchronization with its outfit and thus it gives great performance in water” (more…)