Audi Hong Kong to Vietnam Race 2013 in Association with VinaCapital

 

Organised by Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club
Starts Thursday 17 October 2013

Offshore Special Regulations Category 1
Approximate distance 656nm

The Hong Kong to Vietnam Race 2013 is a 656 mile biennial downhill fast passage to Nha Trang, on the south eastern coast of Vietnam organised by the RHKYC. Now in its sixth edition this is Asia's longest Category One Offshore Race.

The current race record of 42h 45m 41s is held by Grant Wharington's Skandia Wild Thing, reflecting an approximate average speed of 15.45 knots.

The finish location of Nha Trang is family friendly, and a great location for boats intending to continue on to other seasonal sailing events in  Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Australia.

Race against the fleet online with sailonline.org's simulated Audi Hong Kong to Vietnam Race with real-time weather.
 
The race is already open for practice at www.sailonline.org - click on the link and start setting up YOUR entry!
 
Latest Additions Date Posted
Media / Spectator Boat 16-Oct-13
Sailing Instructions 3-Oct-13
Bookmark the Tracking Link! 3-Oct-13
Timetable of Events 3-Oct-13
Food Order Form 19-Sep-13
Vietnam Visa Requirments for Skippers & Crew 2-Sep-13
Provisional Entry List [will be updated as entries are received] 30-Aug-13
Air Travel - SPECIAL OFFER  BOOKING DEADLINE 18 September 19-Aug-13
Sheraton Nha Trang Booking Form DEADLINE 21 September 19-Aug-13
Additional HKSF Safety at Sea Course 16-Aug-13
Notice of Race R1 14-Aug-13
Air Travel - SPECIAL OFFER - JJTours 13-Aug-13
Accommodation - SPECIAL OFFER - Sheraton Nha Trang 13-Aug-13
Crew Wanted Board 10-Aug-13
Race Apparel 3-Jul-13
Crew Experience Form 20-Jun-13
Immigration and Next of Kin Form 20-Jun-13
Scrutineering Checklist 20-Jun-13
Vietnam Visa Application Form 20-Jun-2013
Entry Form 17-Apr-2013
Notice of Race 17-Apr-2013
Crew Available Board 3-Apr-2013
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Video

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