Trophies and Awards

The Royal Cornwall Yacht Club is proud to be able to present the winners of each AZAB Class with some very exceptional silver trophies.

The Overall Perpetual Challenge Trophies

Outward Leg - Falmouth to Saõ Miguel
Trophies for each class are awarded to the yacht achieving the shortest corrected aggregate time for the outward leg.

CLASS 1 - The Michael Allum Trophy
An etched Dartington Glass Iceberg presented by Mrs Michael Allum in 1999.

CLASS 2 - The RCYC Prince of Wales Cup
Presented by the Prince of Wales in 1872 to the RCYC.

CLASS 3 - The RCYC Borough Members Cup
Presented to the RCYC in 1874 by the local M.Ps.

CLASS 4 - The RCYC Warington Smyth Bowl Presented to the RCYC in 1938 to be awarded annually for passage racing.

 
Return Leg - Saõ Miguel to Falmouth
Trophies for each class are awarded to the yacht achieving the shortest corrected aggregate time for the return leg.

CLASS 1- The Falmouth Hotels Association Trophy
Presented to the RCYC in 1995 by the Falmouth Hotels Association.

CLASS 2 - The Falmouth Town Salver
Presented to the RCYC in 1995 by Falmouth Town Council.

CLASS 3 - The Premier Marinas (Falmouth) Ltd. Trophy
Presented to the RCYC in 1995 by Falmouth Yacht Marina .

CLASS 4 - The Chamber of Commerce Trophy
Presented to the RCYC in 1995 by Falmouth Chamber of Commerce.

 

The Henri Lloyd Challenge Cup
To be awarded to the yacht in any class taking the shortest aggregate elapsed time (ie. line honours)

The RCYC American Tankard
To be awarded to the yacht in any class, which has sailed singlehanded on both legs, achieving the shortest aggregate corrected time.

The Visick Perpetual Trophy
To be awarded to the yacht in any class, the skipper and crew of which are related, achieving the shortest aggregate corrected time.

The John & Sally May Trophy
To be awarded to the skipper and crew, or singlehanded skipper, judged to have contributed most to the Corinthian spirit of the event. The  winner(s) to be decided by a ballot of participating yachtsmen.