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Visiting yachts are invited to make an attempt to beat the latest Round Tortola Record.

Triple Jack Richard Wooldridge/Steve Davis – October 25 – 2012 2 hrs, 40 mins, 18 secs

Aiyana (Alia 82), Peter Corr – March 26, 2013 – 3 hours, 29 mins, 44 secs

It’s an all-comer, any-day event, Nanny Cay to Nanny Cay.

Start and finish off Nanny Cay – transit line from PegLegs Upper Deck to the western tip of Peter Island. Competitors must attempt the record anti-clockwise and round Beef, Scrub Island, Great Camanoe and Guana Island to port.

Only realistic entrants will be accepted. To enter, contact Miles Sutherland-Pilch, General Manager, Tel: (284) 494 2512,


Entry fee of $250 donation to BVI charity of choice includes two night’s dockage (before and after attempt) at Nanny Cay.

Charities to benefit so far:

- RBVIYC Youth Sailing Programme $250, VISAR $250 (March 2013)
– KATS, $250, INTAC (November 2012)
– BVI Humane Society, $250, Triple Jack (October 2012)
$250, Soma (April 2010)


- Perpetual Trophy (on display at Peg Legs)
- Name on Trophy (plaque)
- Crew dinner at PegLegs if record broken for up to 15 crewmembers; does not include alcoholic drinks with the exception of the of champagne.)
- Large bottle of champagne
- Bragging rights!


INTAC Mark Plaxton - November 17, 2012 (Record broken March 2013)

Jurakan, Melges 32, Dave West, November 2009 ( Record broken November 2012) 4:15:05


Soma, Formula 40, Nils Erickson, April 2010 (Record broken October 2012) 2:50:15

Triple Jack, Kelsal 47, Richard Wooldridge, November 2009. (Record broken April 2010) 3:33:00

Champagne start for Aiyana

In today’s Round Tortola Race for the Nanny Cay Cup, Peter Corr’s Alia 82, Aiyana smashed the monohull record by nearly half an hour. Setting a new record of 3 hours, 29 minutes and 44 seconds for the 37-mile run around Tortola. Aiyana is the largest yacht competing at the BVI Spring Regatta & Sailing Festival and the crew let out a big ‘cheer’ dockside as the news came through they had broken the course monohull record.

Triple Jack Snatches Back Round Tortola Record

Triple Jack finished Round Tortola attempt off Nanny CayTrimaran Triple Jack snatched back her Round Tortola Record on Thursday October 25, flying around the island in 2 hours, 40 minutes and 18 seconds, taking 10 minutes off Formula 40 Soma’s record time set in April 2010 (2 hours, 50 minutes and 15 seconds). The vintage 34-year old Kelsall One-Off shattered her benchmark time of 3 hours and 33 minutes set in the 2009 Round Tortola Race.

Formula 40 , Soma, breaks Round Tortola Record in Nanny Cay Challenge

Soma heads off to Cooper Island on first beat - click to enlargeSoma, a St John-based Formula 40 catamaran and frequent BVI visitor, smashed the Round Tortola Record yesterday in the first attempt on the Nanny Cay Challenge announced in February. Soma circumnavigated Tortola and outer islands in 2 hours, 50 minutes and 15 seconds smashing Triple Jack’s record of 3 hours, 33 minutes and 27 seconds set in the PegLegs Round Tortola Race November last year.

Nanny Cay Challenge for Round Tortola Record

Nanny Cay has launched the Nanny Cay Challenge for the round Tortola record. Yachts visiting the British Virgin Islands are invited to make an attempt to beat the latest round Tortola records which have been established by the monohull and multihull times set in the 2009 PegLegs Round Tortola Race.