Programme 2019

Please find the SESCA 2019 Programme below. 


1.       A number of races count for more than one series.

 

2.       The sailing season is split up into 9 race series (12 races in the Early,  Holiday, Late & Winter series and 9 races in the Spring, Mid, Summer, Indian & Autumn series) for which one’s best 7 results count – all races count if less than 7 races in a series are sailed:

 

Early

Spring

Mid

Summer

Holiday

Late

Indian

Autumn

Winter

 

3.        The results of the first race each day qualify for AM series. There are 3 AM series of 11 races (10 Early) for which one’s best 7 results count – all races count if less than 7 races in a series are sailed:

EAM      Early AM series

SAM      Summer AM series

LAM       Late AM series

 

4.       The results of the pursuit race on each day count for the Pursuit Race series. There are 3 series of 11 races (10 Early) for which one’s best 7 results count– all races count if less than 7 races in a series are sailed:

 

E Pursuit              Early Pursuit series

S Pursuit              Summer Pursuit series

L Pursuit               Late Pursuit series

 

5.       Bank Holiday Sundays have their own 3 race series. All races to count.

Easter Egg

May Madness

Spring Cup

Summer Trophy

 

6.       There are 9 special one day Trophy events. All 3 races to count.

 

Ladies’ Day

Midsummer Madness

Singlehanders’

Doublehanders’

Kronenburg Cup

Veterans’

Laser Trophy

Enterprise Trophy

Topper Trophy

 

7.       Other days have special day prizes, which are awarded on the day. All 3 races to count.


8.    Two series of 11, Personal Handicap Pursuit races will be held on Thursday evenings (A & B). One’s best 7 results from each series will count – all race results count if less than 7 races in a series are sailed.

 

9.       Monthly Youth sailing sessions are scheduled. These will be confirmed prior to each session    subject to available volunteers and number of registered attendees.

 

10.       Members' Sailing Support Sessions are being held once a month. These are an opportunity for new and less confident sailing members of the Club to sail with more experienced sailors and to get rigging and boat handling advice.

 

11.   A number of social events including themed food have been included in the programme.


12. The Sea Cadets will be holding additional mid-week evening and Saturday sessions.


13. Additional RYA Training Courses may be added.


14. Social sailing takes place on Saturdays and Sundays with rescue boat cover and at other times, on a self help basis, as long as two adult members are on site.


15. Version 2 of the programme now includes the dates of the adult RYA dinghy sailing courses.

 


If you have problems scrolling the spreadsheet, it is recommended that you open SESCA Programme 2019 v2 

   
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SESCA admin,
Mar 7, 2019, 10:52 AM