Press Releases

Near Shore Finish In Ensenada

Feb. 3, 2019 – Another new for the 72nd Newport to Ensenada International Yacht Race; the finish line will be positioned closer to the breakwater south of the Hotel Coral Marina. One end will be a buoy off the breakwater, the other end also a buoy about 400 feet offshore.

The move will provide spectacular viewing from the Hotel Coral…READ MORE


Better Racing With ULDB Classes

Jan. 25, 2019 – To give racers the opportunity to sail from Newport Beach to Ensenada with boats that perform most like their own, Newport Ocean Sailing Association (NOSA) officials will separate boats into ULDB and non-ULDB classes.

NOSA, the organizers of the coastal classic, typically provides tight class breaks based on PHRF ratings. For 2019, NOSA will include the PHRF Performance Factor for class assignments. READ MORE


Registration for N2E 72 Open

September 25, 2018 – NOSA is so excited about the 72nd Newport to Ensenada International Yacht Race, that we’ve opened registration early in hopes that more racers will plan to be a part of the iconic spring regatta’s storied history.

The official NOR’s for all three courses are posted here as well. Vice Commodore of Race, Bill Gibbs posted the documents last week and was first to register Wahoo, his race-winning Schioning GF1400.

The legendary race sets sail in the waters off Newport’s Balboa Pier on April 26, 2019. READ MORE


N2E 71: Where Family, Favorites, Boats, and Newcomers Come Together

ENSENADA, Mexico, April 30, 2018 – Although trophies won in the annual Newport to Ensenada International Yacht Race honor those who have bested their competitors by hours, minutes, and seconds, it was the difference in years that garnered the most cheers at the 71st awards ceremony Sunday.

For the second time in three years, 91-year-old skipper Richard McNish was on stage collecting the City of Ensenada Trophy for Best Corrected Time, PHRF G…and the New York Yacht Club Trophy for the Best Elapsed Time, Single Hull/Divided Rig. McNish has sailed Cheerio II, a 46-foot, 1931 yawl in N2E for almost 20 years. READ MORE


N2E Introduces YB Tracking
Adding more safety and excitement

Raising the safety bar for the 71st annual Newport to Ensenada International Yacht Race while setting the new standard for the involvement of friends and family is what the new relationship with YB Tracking is all about, said NOSA officials.

Racers on all three courses: the 125-mlie course to Ensenada, the new short course to Dana Point, and the Border Run course to San Diego will carry YB trackers. READ MORE