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We are delighted to announce that the Notice of Race and Entry for Bangor Regatta 24 is now officially online. We are fast approaching the Sailing Season and the BR24 Team have been working hard to get this information out to all owners and sailors to enable them to plan their sailing calendars for this year. As we move forward we will be announcing more info on the event so please follow our social media for up to date news. Get your entries in early we look forward to seeing you in Bangor and at RUYC soon.

Follow us on Facebook - and our new Instagram account - to keep up to date with all our announcements. You can also read a great article from Betty Armstrong in Afloat magazine that gives you some insight into the regatta.

We're looking forward to another successful and fun event in 2024!

Royal Ulster Yacht Club prepares her RIBs for BR24


The crews of Royal Ulster Yacht Club's marklaying and safety boat teams will be working through the cold months of winter to update and modernise their marklaying RIBs in preparation for BR24. 

New trophy for cruising yachts at Royal Ulster Yacht Club


This week Bangor Regatta 2024 Chairman, Gavin Watson (far left) attended the unveiling of a new trophy for cruising yachts at Royal Ulster Yacht Club (RUYC).

Day 4 of Sailing at BTR


I have a very potent meteorology indicator in my back yard, it's called a brown bin. When it's upturned and sliding around skippers and crews head to the pub. That was certainly the case yesterday as I was walking my almost airborne little dog around Ballyholme Beach. 

Day 2 of Sailing at BTR


No problem getting the fleet underway yesterday morning in a brisk warm southerly. Conditions epitomized the reason why Belfast Lough has the reputation of being one of the finest locations for on the water competition in Ireland especially when the wind is in the south.

Day 1 of Sailing at BTR


Looking out on the water this morning thoughts were more sunscreen than spinnakers but in any case classes set off on a slow start on day one of the much anticipated Bangor Town Regatta.