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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).

Royal Ulster Yacht Club's Autumn Series is underway


Royal Ulster Yacht Club's Autumn Series is well and truly underway. The event which, this year, runs from Sunday 17th September 2023 through to Sunday 29th October 2023 had twelve yachts cross the most recent start line. 

Breezy Single Race Brings Bangor Town Regatta to a Close


The southerly wind today (Sunday), Day 4 of Royal Ulster’s Bangor Town Regatta wasn’t quite as enthusiastic as it was yesterday when racing was cancelled, so Principal Race Officer Con Murphy got the fleet away in 25 knots gusting 30, for what turned out to be the final race of the series.


Day Three of BTR is Cancelled Due to Weather


Day 3 of Bangor Town Regatta turned out to be one of those High Stool Days WM Nixon wrote about in Afloat’s Sailing on Saturdays.

Article by Betty Armstrong,

Strong Breezes Start Day Two of Bangor Town Regatta on Belfast Lough


What a difference a day makes! There’s a eucalyptus tree near my house and if it’s all moving there’s a good chance the fleet is thrashing about Belfast Lough half a mile away. It was pretty active today. 

Article by Betty Armstrong,

BTR Gets Off to a Quiet Start on Belfast Lough


A ‘Town’ Regatta at Bangor was first held on Belfast Lough over a century ago and saw reincarnation in 2018. Subsequent regattas fell foul of Covid 19 but on 23rd June it was all systems go for the 49 boats entered in this ‘new look’ four-day event. 

Article by Betty Armstrong,

What they say about Bangor Town Regatta



Hear what 3 local sailors have to say about Bangot Town Regatta 2022

Cancellation of the Scottish Series for 2022


Bangor Town Regatta is naturally disappointed to hear of the cancellation of the Scottish Series for 2022. We know how much work the Scottish Series team will have put into organising the event and how difficult the decision will have been. 

IQ&Co announced as title sponsor of Bangor Town Regatta


Bangor Town Regatta are delighted to announce IQ&Co as title sponsor of their upcoming event 23rd-26th June 2022. Chairman of the event, Gavin Watson, was delighted to make the announcement this week along with Tanya Martin, Managing Director of IQ&Co.

Early Bird Entry closes this Thursday 31st March 2022!


With 50 entrants to date, Royal Ulster Yacht Club is excited to be organising Bangor Town Regatta. Make sure to register now to get your early bird discount before 31st March 2022!

Scottish RC35s Aiming for Bangor Town Regatta in June


The RC35 class look like putting up a great show at Royal Ulster Yacht Club’s Bangor Town Regatta in June.

Sigma 33s Hopeful of the Magic 15


In this post lockdown era, there are so many events on offer that sailors keen to compete in the big competitions are spoilt for choice

Bangor Town Regatta featured in Afloat


Article by Betty Armstrong covers the return of Bangor Town Regatta in 2022

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2022 Entry is now open so sign up now.

2022 NoR Available Now!


Bangor Town Regatta is back and the official Notice of Race 2022 is available to download.