Last chance for some quality sea sailing before the Nationals
Beer Sailing Club
RS800 & Scorpion Open Meeting
Time of Briefing: 1150h Saturday
First Scheduled Start Times: Saturday 1300h, Sunday 1030h
Scheduled Number of Races: 3 b/b both days
Sailing Time to Racing Area: Up to 20 minutes
Directions: From the north;- M5 J25, A358 to Seaton.
From the west;- M5 J30, A3052 then B3174.
From the east;- A31 from Southampton, A35, A358 to Seaton,
or;- A303 from London to Ilminster, A358 to Seaton.
Accommodation: Dolphin Hotel 01297 20068, Anchor Inn 20386,
Bay-View Guest-House 20489, Durham House 20449,
Colebrook House 20308.
Plenty of bed & breakfast capacity
Beer-Head Caravan Park 01297 21107
for caravans and tents
Social: Saturday;- Bacon baps and hot drinks on arrival,
Bar & dinner after sailing.
Sunday;- Bacon baps & hot drinks for breakfast,
High Tea & Presentation after sailing
Contacts: Race Officer Geoff Adkin, email@example.com
- A 40-mile clockwise circumnavigation of the Isle Of Sheppey
in north Kent organised by IOS Sailing Club
- The UK’s longest annual dinghy, cat & board race
- Established since 1959 as an endurance event
- Open to all classes of dinghy, catamaran, sailboard & SUP
- Sea, river & estuary sailing with tidal conditions
- In popular years 200-300 competitors have taken part
- Every competitor successfully completing the course receives a circumnavigation certificate signed by the Commodore
Nott’s County Invite you to the scorpion Inland championships
Due to the postponement of the Staunton Harold event Notts county are now hosting the Inland championships.
And the EOS will be two weeks later at Staunton boats can be left there if convenient between events.
Party on the Saturday night Free camping!
Further info firstname.lastname@example.org
This event has been postponed from September, as someone has left the Tap on or we might just be on spring tides?
Staunton is currently very low on water we have had to move the marks in to carry on sailing but it would not be wise to be racing 20 scorpions around at the moment however water levels should be back up by the end of October.