The race starts from Cowes and sets sail Southwest across the English Channel to Dinard and St. Malo- which face each other across the mouth of the River Rance. The Cowes-Dinard-St Malo event is a testing combination of approximately 151 race miles, with the overall winner taking the impressive gold plated King Edward VII Cup, presented by the British Monarch to the Club Nautique de la Rance at Dinard in 1906.

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