Return to Dinghy Racing
Published 17:59 on 14 Jul 2020
Return to Sailing Update
So far so good! We are drawing towards the end of the Interim Sailing Programme which was put together to take us from recreational sailing to some assemblage of competitive sailing. As was initially planned we are going to 're-join' the main or original sailing programme from the 5th of September and all of the scheduled races are now live on the Club online calendar. Some changes have been made; mainly in the Dinghy Winter Series where some of the races have been cancelled to ease the volunteer workload. We have also squeezed in the Ladies Race (Class 4&5) and the Bill Harris Trophy (New) (Scows) which will now take place on Bank Holiday Monday (31/8). Please do have a good look at the programme to make sure that you make the most of what is coming up and importantly don't forget the Inter-club Series which starts on Sunday 6th September - a good turnout would great to keep this trophy at Christchurch. Since the initial return to sailing on 14th May various changes have been made to the special rules and restrictions which were initially deemed as required. It is important to know where we stand on these important matters so an 'Update - Return to Sailing' (dated 13th August) has been uploaded to the website Update - Return to Sailing Dinghies v2.15 (002).pdf-
If you wish to partake in Dinghy or Cruiser Sailing you should read this document.
Dinghy Entry Form 2020.
Thank you to those who have already completed this important form. If you haven't completed it yet, please do so without delay.
You will not be permitted to take part in any club organised activities such as racing if you do not complete the form - including this weekend's racing!
The form can be download the from the club website. Dinghy Entry Form 2020 v1.17 (Updated 17/02/2020) Please either place completed forms in the Club Letter box or scan them and send them to the Club electronically.
Cruiser Racing Restarts
Cruiser Racing restarts at CSC from the 12 July with the 2 Handed Race: Spurling memorial trophy, (16:00 start) Please remember Social distancing is still in place and Cruiser Skippers should consider measures in relation to their boat, avoiding being face to face whilst on board, avoid having more than one person in the cabin at any time and remember the need for regular hand washing and sanitizing to prevent the spread of Covid-19. As always it is the skippers responsibility to keep their crew safe and the decision to take part is solely theirs, the Class Captain and or sailing Committee may however in cases where social distancing is not being observed exclude a boat from racing or seek to disqualify.
Social Distancing & Slipway Courtesy
Last updated 05:54 on 20 August 2020