13th Round Palagruža Cannonball 2020

International Sailing Regatta
4.4. until 11.4.2020

Round Palagruža Cannonball

International Sailing Regatta, invented and organized from sailors for sailors!

New route: Biograd – Hvar – Korčula – Mljet – Palagruža – Biševo – Dugi Otok – Pašman – Biograd
About 380 Nautical Miles non stop "Matchrace"
Professional Satellite Tracking
Sportive and fair sailing in one design classes
Yearly event beginning of April
Since 2008

Partners 2020:
Safety Team
Yachtcharter Pitter
Yachtclub Biograd
Sea Help
Followmyroute
Mediaart Filmproduktion
TracTrac

Round Palagruža Cannonball, figures and facts

Records

Der aktuelle Streckenrekord (Stand 04/2019) beträgt 45 Minuten 2 Minuten und 45 Sekunden, aufgestellt mit einer Class 40 (Gästeklasse 2010) mit Aljaz Jadek und Pierre Aeschlimann / www.boxx-ocean-racing.com / Olympic Izola (BOXX Ocean Racing).

In den regulären Einheitsklassen beträgt der Rekord 51 Stunden 51 Minuten und 58 Sekunden und wurde 2015 vom Team Peter Stefaner (NSA) - Michael Thomann (Forelle Steyr) / perfect living Crew: Martin Maier (SVR-Segeln), Martin Schmidt (WSCW), Michael Mayrhofer (NSA), Helmut Schmidt (WSCW), Helmut Winkelströter (IG-Segeln), Robert Kreuzer (SCT) auf der Bavaria 42match Las Palmas ersegelt.

The most successfully participants

Skipper

  • Martin Hartl: 3 times first (2010, 2011 und 2012 / jeweils Bavaria 42match)
  • Christian Fuczik: 3 times first (2013, 2016 und 2019 / 2x Bavaria 42match, 1x Bavaria 41s)
  • Christian Pfann: 2 times first (2013 und 2015 / jeweils Bavaria 40CS)
  • Peter Stefaner: 2 times first (2015 / B42m und 2017 / B41s)

Crew members

  • Peter Steinkogler (different Teams): 4 times first (2010, 2011, 2012, 2015)
  • Marco Bolterauer (Team Lost Boys): 3 times first (2013, 2016 und 2019)
  • Christoph Schasching (versch. Teams): 3 times first (2011, 2012, 2018)

Statistics RPC 2008 until 2019

  • 2213 participants over all
  • 1017 different participants
  • 46% of the participants have been sailing the RPC more than once
  • 3 participants have sailed all 12 RPC up to now:
    Gaëtan d´Harambure (NSA), Ernst Glanz (NSA), Ronnie Zeiller (NSA)
  • 23 one design classes + 2 guest classes (Class 40 2010 und Seascape 29 2016)
  • 3 Two-Handed Teams:
    Martin Hartl / Harald Wolf (2014, 2015) and Bernd Nawrata / Birgit Freese (2018)
RPC 2019, pier party (c) Amélie Chapalain

Winners of Segelguide-Trophy 2007 until 2012:

MDC2007: Ronnie Zeiller - Robert Kalasek (Murter-Dubrovnik-Challenge, Vorläufer der RPC)
RPC 2008: Hans Kalhs – Lukas Rupsch / 3COM / 82:16:26
RPC 2009: Robert Muhr – Maria Kotnig / ANTS / 75:11:07
RPC 2010: Martin Hartl – Peter Steinkogler / sailingteamaustria / 54:05:59
RPC 2011: Martin Hartl – Peter Steinkogler / CELOX Sailing Team / 71:17:40
RPC 2012: Martin Hartl – Peter Steinkogler / sailingteamaustria / 55:44:43

The Segelguide Trophy sponsored by Michael Lynn

Winners of the "Spirit of Palagruza Trophy" since 2013:

RPC 2013: Christian Pfann (IGS) – Stumberger Wolfgang (ÖSV) / sail4one-racing / 83:12:40
RPC 2014: Raimund Reissner (IGS) - Wolfgang Singer (ÖSV) / 75:46:50
RPC 2015: Peter Stefaner (NSA) - Michael Thomann (Forelle Steyr) / perfect living / 51:51:58
RPC 2016: Christian Fuczik (IG-Segeln) - Ute Wagner (SCTWV) / Team Lost Boys / 80:45
RPC 2017: Alexandra Lammel (DHH) - Dusan Usenicnik / 74:07:28
RPC 2018: Günter Hösele (SYCS) - Piet Van der Kallen (SYCS) / 79:31:34
RPC2019: Christian Fuczik (S4o) - Lukas Rittler (UYCAS) / Team Lost Boys /  71:57:30

The Spirit of Palagruza Trophy sponsored by Martin Hartl