2018 PGYC Easter Regatta Race Results

The Race Results from the Puerto Galera Yacht Club for PGYC Easter Regatta 2018 held 30th March to 1st April, 2018, now available for download.

The PGYC Easter Regatta is the longest running yachting event in the Philippines – three days of superb sailing using courses set along the Verde Island Passage


Race Results All Souls Regatta 2017

Here are the final results of the 14th Royal Cargo All Souls Regatta 2017

When viewing the results you will note that each yacht has one entry of “0”, this is because the Race Committee decided to allow each yacht to drop its worst race score.

The All Souls Regatta 2017 was sponsored by: Royal Cargo, Hyde Sails, Broadwater Marine, Socolics, Tricom Projects, Lane Records Management, Asian Tigers, Asian Terminals Inc., the Philippine Retirement Authority, Rayomarine, Tanduay Rum, Summit Water and Cobra Energy Drink

Come back next year for the 15th All Souls Regatta in Puerto Galera – the largest yachting event in the Philippines each year – and enjoy the most fun on the water you can have at Halloween anywhere on the planet


From the pen an pixel machines of Olly Cully, skipper of the classic 8mR racing yacht Anthea, chartered by Olly and his Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club crew for the Royal Cargo All Souls Regatta 2016 in Puerto Galera

Record turnout for PGYC All Souls Regatta, Philippines

If you want to know more about the 2017 All Souls Regatta – the most fun you can have on the water at Halloween – then contact the Puerto Galera Yacht Club directly

If telephoning from overseas, please note that Puerto Galera is at GMT+8 (hint: same time zone as Hong Kong and Perth (Australia)

Download the PGYC 25th Anniversary Souvenir Publication and read about the 2nd oldest yacht club in the Philippines.

The Puerto Galera Yacht Club has become synonymous with the fun side of the sport of sailing for 25 years. Through regattas, rallies and Wet Wednesday sailing experiences the club has offered the sport of sailing and the spirit of camaraderie among nations to all corners of the Philippine archipelago and far beyond.

The yacht club dinghy sailing program (the “Small Boat Program”) has taught hundreds of children the basics of the sport of sailing for little or no charge. Three of the program’s graduates have gone on to become members of the elite Philippine Olympic Sailing Team while two others have become PGYC sailing instructors.

Over the years the PGYC membership has included noblemen, kings of industry as well as down to Earth sailors of every gender, nationality and religion.

It is all here in the 25th Anniversary Souvenir Publication . . .

PGYC 25 Years

. . . download the online edition now (file size 3.6MB) for no charge; the glossy, collectable, printed version will be available for order & delivery soon

Alternatively you can flick through the publication through the following website: flick through PGYC 25 Years

Want to pre-order the printed version? Click this link to request from the yacht club.