Prospective Race Skippers and/or Crew or Delivery Skippers and/or Crew
Prospective and suitably qualified Race Skippers and Crew interested in making themselves available to prospective entrants in the Cape to Rio 2020 or who are interested in delivering yachts from home ports to the start, or from the finish back to home ports, are invited to enlist their contact details and relevant details by mailing with the subject title “Prospective Race (or Delivery) Skippers and/or Crew”.

Alternatively, SIGN UP on our online database.

As an information sharing platform, the details will be shared on and on the @Cape2Rio Facebook page.

Neither RCYC nor the Cape to Rio 2020 Organising Committee accepts any liability  arising from any advertisements appearing on the Cape to Rio Race website or elsewhere under any of the following headings and makes no representations regarding the suitability of any of the persons or vessels concerned, namely:

  • charterers/charterees;
  • race skippers + crew;
  • delivery skippers + crew
  • local boat preparation teams

Name & SurnamePhoneSailing Experience or Boat Information
Jan christoffek steele Greyling 0799803001 I grew up on a 40ft catamaran, been sailing since.nIve been teaching at Atlantic Yachting for about a year and a half as a YMI.nIve been skipper of a delivery from seychelles to madagascar aswell as from durban to seychelles.nSailed around south africa all round.
Bernard Farmer 0769072182 Sailing for 30 + years. Safmarine Navigator.
Andrew Plasket + 27 73 379 0355 As the Skipper of the 2014 Cape 2 Rio Multihull race, I am very keen to either skipper another Multihull in the race or act as a delivery skipper. nnAfter the 2014 race I sailed NOMAD back from RIO to Richards Bay with a developmental crew on board to their huge delight. nnI am based at Zululand Yacht Club and average 6,000 NM each year delivering yachts between there and Capetown,. I have done several Atlantic crossings, deliveries from the Indian Ocean Islands and along the east African coastline.