THE SIR KENNETH PRESTON TROPHY
The Sir Kenneth Preston Trophy is an annual keelboat event for the Cowes Etchells Fleet and provides an early season opportunity to shake off the winter cobwebs and take part in fiercely contested racing.
The trophy was first competed for in 1995, after Sir Kenneth Preston, who had led the British sailing team in the 1960 Olympics, presented it to the Royal Yacht Squadron shortly prior to his death. Ever since then, his memory has been commemorated with a series of races.
RACE DOCUMENTS AND ENTRY INFORMATION
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The RYS encourages everyone taking part in RYS sponsored events to conduct themselves in a manner in keeping with best practice for environmental and sustainability issues.
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