Marina Coruña is part of the FI Group, located in A Coruña, Galicia, Spain, which will host be the Host port for the start and finish of the Event.
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Hydrovane is a self-steering windvane system that is a completely independent mechanical system (ie. non-electrical) and steers the boat on a wind-based course. It is an auxiliary rudder type of windvane, meaning it has its semi-balanced rudder that is independent of the boat’s main steering system.
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TÜV Thüringen Italia
TÜV Thüringen Italia is an independent certification body that has been active on the Italian market for more than twenty years.
International Association of Cape Horners (IACH)
The IACH maintains a register accounting for around 1850 sailors who have rounded the Horn during a circumnavigation on crewed passages, 150 single-handed with stops and just 180 solo non-stop. Sailors in the GSC will be awarded IACH membership on successfully rounding Cape Horn.
Royal Western Yacht Club of England
Acting Rear Commodore Oceanic, Adrian Gray said “This is a great opportunity for both the RWYC and the GSC to work together in promoting the spirit of Corinthian, short-handed Oceanic Sailing – a discipline that the RWYC is proud to have created and continues to develop to this very day.”