Don't miss one of our top 'all-in' general handicap dinghy races of the year and support the RNLI in the process. There is a 'voluntary' entry fee of what you can afford and this all goes to the RNLI.
The long race goes around Osea Island and Northey Island and there will be a short race around Northey Island. The winner of the long race is awarded the Jubilee Goblet with the runner up awarded the Vincett Wings. The round Northey Spoon is awarded for the helm of the first dinghy with a PN over 1250 in the round Northey race. Competitors can race with either fleet. Cadets are welcome to enter.
For the long race, the medium handicap fleet will start at 14:30 with the faster boats starting 20 minutes later at 14:50. The round Northey race will start at 14:53.
For more information, please contact our Sailing Secretary Andrew Field or our Cadet Skipper Rob Haigh