J.P. Morgan Asset Management Round the Island Race

Individual Places

Sunsail are delighted to have created an exciting new partnership with UKSA for the 2016 J.P. Morgan Asset Management Round the Island Race. 

The race is hugely popular with novices, families, corporate groups and professionals alike, with a number of classes catering for every boat type. Sunsail offer a 2-day charter package to include the post-race celebrations on Saturday evening, allowing individuals and small groups the chance to take part in this truly unique regatta.

A unique sailing event

Perform a 50 nautical mile circuit of the Isle of Wight in the company of 16,000 other sailors, all competing in the event of a lifetime. One of the most exciting events in the sailing calendar, the Round the Island race attracts 1,700 yachts from across the UK and Europe, making it one of the largest multi-class regattas on Earth.

Amateurs and experts alike can take part in the Round the Island Race, making for an open and competitive field. Sunsail are delighted to be able to offer, for the first time, individual packages for those who do not have a big enough party to charter a full boat.

Individual Place Package


Friday 1st July (Practice day)

• Join your crew
• Day's sailing in the Solent
• Berth in Cowes Friday night

Saturday 2nd July (Race day)

• Race!
• Berth in Cowes and enjoy the entertainment in the race village

Sunday 3rd July 

Head home at your leisure

£375 exc. VAT (£450 inc. VAT) Additionally we ask entrants to commit to raising £250 to support UKSA

The package will include breakfast and lunch each day. No evening meals are included. A team technical top is also included. 12 guests per boat – all are welcome to sleep onboard. 

For more information, please contact michael.hlavaty@sunsail.com or call 02392 222221. For whole yachts charter for Round the Island, find out more here 

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