Sailors are moving towards new goals on third stage of Tenzor International Cup series - J/70 Open Winter Series 2023/2024

From February 8 to 11, Bodrum will host major sailing competitions in the J/70 class, organized by the Tenzor Sailing Club Turkiye Yacht Club with the support of the Turkish Sailing Federation and the J/70 Class Association.

Yachtsmen will meet in the third stage of the Tenzor International Cup series - J/70 Open Winter Series 2023/2024. The tournament brings together sailing professionals and experienced amateurs who gain sports experience and yacht competition practice.

Almost twenty teams are fighting in the series, and their number continues to grow.

The main fight will once again unfold between the experienced teams of "Bogatyrs", Dolce Vita, Tenzor Team, Orient JR, Hubex and IVEDI.
The gaps in the top three overall occupied by"Bogatyrs", Dolce Vita, Tenzor Team are minimal, 6-8 points each, and no one intends to give up positions. Hubex is coming back in the game after missing a second stage. Orient JR was moving up to 4th position in overall after second stage and will do their best to keep it and attack for podium.

Sarukhan Chinai's HSSK – QUICK SIGORTA team, which successfully competes in various competitions on SB20 and J/70 boats in the Corinthian amateur division, will take part in the regatta among the debutants of the third stage. The team has already won the 2021 ORC SportsBoat European Championship, the 2023 J/70 Türkiye Corinthian Championship, got the “bronze” in the overall standings of the 2023 J/70 Türkiye Championship. At the upcoming regatta, all team members aim to win medals.

The rivals of QUICK SIGORTA in the Corinthian division will be the teams AYAZ and ASPAT, who have been participating in the tournament since the very first stage and have studied the racing area well.

The judging team will include professional umpires and judges from Croatia, Turkey and Germany. The chief judge of the competition, Can Giray, is one of the key specialists in the Turkish Sailing Federation. The umpire team will once again be led by Neven Baran, who is an international World Sailing judge and has been regularly judging competitions since 1993.

A rich sports and coastal program awaits the participants. It is planned to hold up to 11 races in three racing days under good wind conditions. The opening ceremony of the regatta will take place on Friday, February 9, and the names of the winners and prize-winners will be announced on Sunday, February 11.