Race Record Holder: Wild Oats IX 18hr 29min 14sec (2003) Bob Oatley/Mark Richards
Previous Race Record: The Office 20hr 56min 56sec (1984)
Slowest Race: Short Circuit 62hr 33min 57sec (1982)
Biggest Fleet: 108 yachts (1991)
Smallest Fleet: 14 yachts (1981)
Yacht with most Line Honours Wins: Innkeeper - 3 (1988, 1992 & 1995), Wild Oats X (2005, 2006 & 2011)
Owner with most Line Honours Wins: Bob Oatley (6) - Wild Oats IX (2003), Wild Oats X (2005, 2006 & 2011), Wild Oats XI (2007 & 2010)
First race Line Honours: "White Pointer" (1981)
2012 Line Honours Winner: Future Shock 35 hrs, 53 mins, 9 secs
2012 Handicap Winner: IRC - 'Exile' corrected time of 46 hrs 27 mins 36 secsPHS - 'Future Shock' 48 hrs 5 mins 39 secs
Inaugural Pittwater & Coffs Harbour Series Winners (1992): IMS Locomotion PHS Audacious IOR Beach Inspector
2012 Pittwater & Coffs Harbour Regatta winners: IRC - Old School PHS -B52
Inaugural PHS Championships (2012) - 1st, B52
Yacht with most regatta wins: 'Le Billet' Bill Ebsary - (4) - 2002, 2007, 2008, 2010
To Break the Record: the winning yacht will need to be in Coffs Harbour before 7:29am on the 3rd January.
Wild Oats XI won the Sydney/Hobart in Dec 2006 and the Pittwater - Coffs Harbour Race in Jan 2007, the first yacht to win the back to back Hobart/Coffs double.
Starters in 2012: 45boats started in the 31st race in 2012.
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The Pittwater to Coffs Harbour Yacht Race and the associated five race Regatta has developed into one of the most popular of all ocean-racing events in Australia. This race offers competitors a strategic challenge as they race past unsurpassed scenic coastlines, prior to arriving in one of Australia's most popular coastal cities.
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