The 2015 race will be live-streamed via Sailing Anarchy, sailing's most popular media source!
Fort 2 Battery Race April 11
(the second one)
Live streaming for 2015!
Sailing Anarchy's own "Mr. Clean" will be live streaming the 2015 Fort 2 Battery thanks to Sailing Anarchy and Sperry! Expect a morning pre-show to preview the race and live coverage from wire-to-wire of the race
"I love events like this that are a bit different from our regular racing and have an element of chance and huge amount of fun to them."
- 2009 Rolex Yachtsman of the year, Winner of the inaugural F2B, "His Highness", "King"- Bora Gulari
Weekend of April 11-12, 2015
Open sailing racing from the mouth of Charleston Harbor to the Battery
Kites, Boards, Cats, Moths, Skiffs, BRING IT!
From our friends at Sailing Anarchy
2014 Top Results:
Line Honors- Bora Gulari - Bayview, MI - Moth - 8 min. 56 sec.
First Kiteboard- Mitch Hall - St. Petersburg, FL - Course Board/ BEST Kahoona
First Sailboard- Dave Stanger - John's Island, SC
First Boat- Greg, Ellinor, Liz, Neil Walters - Charleston, SC - Hobie 20
Youngest Racer- Neil Walters - 12 y/o
The day before Charleston Race Week!
If you might be out with a motorboat and can help us shuttle kiters & gear to a beach near Ft. Sumter for them to launch, please click here- Signing up doesn't commit you to be there but gets you "in the loop" so that if timing works out, you'll know what's going on. Thanks for your help.
Be sure to check the "Race Roster 2015" list so you don't choose a jersey number that someone else has already registered. it's over here ----->
You can get iron on 8" numbers cheap here-
What else you should know
Who should race? Due to the conditions and distance of this race, ADVANCED sailing/ riding skills are required, and number of entries is limited
Safety: Several chase boats will be on hand to aid with breakdowns. The starting line will be clear of the ship channel. The Coast Guard plans to clear the way of recreational boat traffic at race time and will be on hand. Participating is your own risk and short of wind dying or gear failure you should be comfortable being independent
Spectating: If not racing, come out and watch the fastest sail-craft in Charleston blast through the Harbor. It will be exciting!
From a Boat or from the Battery will be best. Just try not to be between the racers and the finish line!