to the Carey Olsen 24th Jersey Regatta, 1st – 4th September 2022

Update – 23rd March 2022 

 Dear All 

Welcome to the 24th edition of the combined clubs’ Jersey Regatta, very kindly sponsored for the third year in succession by offshore law firm Carey Olsen. I am pleased to report that preparations are well in hand for this annual sailing extravaganza. 

Scheduled for 2nd to 4th September, the Regatta is open to all local and visiting boats and will follow the traditional format of three days’ racing accompanied by a lively shore-side programme providing everyone with the opportunity to have fun and unwind after each ‘gruelling’ day. On the water, dayboat, dinghy, sport-catamaran and windsurfer classes, race over laid courses in the beautiful confines of St Aubin’s Bay whilst the IRC and NHC cruiser/racer fleets race to the south and in adjacent coastal waters.  

Running in tandem over the Saturday and Sunday, the 9th GBR IRC Channel Islands Championship (www.rorcracing.com) is sure to be the major highlight in the IRC cruiser/racer programme. We are delighted that previous GBR IRC sponsor Spinlock (www.spinlock.co.uk) will be represented through the award of prizes for this exciting series. 

In addition to Carey Olsen, we are most grateful to Ports of Jersey for their support, through Jersey Marinas, for providing free berthing and much other help, besides, as they have done since the Regatta was launched in 1999.  

Entries are now open; please note that there is an ‘early bird’ discount if you register no later than 12th August. Entry details are in the Notice of Race which you will find by clicking the ‘Official Notice Board & Race Administration’ button on this page. 

In the meantime, please contact the Regatta Office either by e-mail: info@jerseyregatta.com or telephone + 44 (0)1534 732229 (St Helier YC office) if you need further information. We will be delighted to hear from you and pleased to answer any questions that you may have. 

 On behalf of the combined clubs’ organising committee, I wish you fair winds and a safe and untroubled passage as the season progresses.  


Bill Harris (Chairman) 23rd March 2022