The 2021 International Topper World Championships will be hosted here in the Royal Cork Yacht Club, Ireland, from the 24th to 30th July. The event has been planned to dovetail with the UK National Championships, following on two days later at Ballyholme YC, Northern Ireland, from the 2nd to 6th August – providing sailors with a fun, fortnight festival of top-quality racing. The Royal Cork Yacht Club was founded back in 1720 and has since become famous for not only producing numerous dinghy and keelboat champions, but also for hosting the very popular biennial Cork Week yacht regatta. Cork Harbour is a natural harbour, with stunning scenery and provides a perfect location for any sailing championship. Claimed to be the second biggest in the world after Sydney Harbour, it has room for 2 protected races areas within the harbour and a further 3 out in the bay.
The club and ITCA are currently finalising plans for the event and will of course be closely monitoring the situation regarding COVID-19 very closely.
Accommodation: Please visit our accommodation page to arrange accommodation or for local house rentals, club member April English is taking direct queries. There will be a number of Campervan spaces available on-site, we ask interested parties to complete this form. Suitable camping grounds will also be available nearby, further details available soon.
Entry: Will open in late January/early February 2021 via ITCA
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Charter Boat Information: ITCA are planning to have a number of boats available for charter to sailors from emerging nations and North America at the Worlds in Cork. Full details of the number of boats for charter and how they can be booked will be available at the beginning of 2021 from the Secretary General
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