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Great Britain Sail Grand Prix | Plymouth

Bring Your Own Boat

GREAT BRITAIN SAIL GRAND PRIX | PLYMOUTH

17/18 JULY 2021

SUNDAY 18 JULY ON-WATER COMMUNICATION

SAFETY AT SEA
Please use the indicative map above to locate yourselves on the course. Should you have any questions please ask your nearest course marhsal. Pleas eensure you review the SailGP on-water regulations or watch our safety video.

BRING YOUR OWN BOAT

  • REGISTER to stay updated.
  • Follow local COVID Regulations.
  • Drink water to stay hydrated and wear sun cream.
  • Review the daily racecourse map.
  • Exclusion zone activated at 13:00. Remain outside the orange boundary buoys.
  • No drones over the racecourse and technical area.
  • Mariners are restricted to 5 knots around the racecourse.
  • Safe watching – if too close to an F50, stay still. F50s can maneuver around you.
  • Follow the race on VHF 72. Download the SailGP App or watch on Sky Sports or Youtube.
  • Respect marine life and reduce your impact on the environment.
  • SailGP will offset your boat's carbon footprint today.

WHERE YOU CAN FOLLOW THE RACE

  • Live on the SailGP APP
  • Sky Sports and YouTube
    • Race Day 1 | 17 July 14:00 BST
    • Race Day 2 | 18 July 14:30 BST
  • Live race commentary on VHF 72

CONSERVATION
The Great Britain Sail Grand Prix is expected to gather a large spectator fleet during the event. SailGP races for a better future, championing a world powered by nature. As the ocean is our race track, we are passionate about protecting it and highlighting some of the local marine life challenges faced in the home waters of Plymouth. A whale has been sighted in Plymouth Sound over the last two days, close to Drakes Island and Mount Batten. We’d like to ask all boaters to exercise extreme caution when on the Sound today.

We recommend that you familiarize yourself with the Marine & Coastal Code and should you spot any injured marine wildlife please contact the BDMLR rescue hotline.

BDMLR rescue hotline on 01825 765546 (24hr)