New for 2020, the Selden for Sailing Centreboard Winter Series. We welcome Selden for Sailing back as the sponsor of this new series. The Selden group is the worlds leading manufacturer of masts and rigging systems in carbon or aluminium for dingies, keelboats or yachts. Whether cruising or racing, performance and safety can be achieved when you sail with products from Selden.
This new series will consist of 6 rounds (18 races) between June & August and open to Members and Non Members.
How can i volunteer? With all events volunteers are required and restrictions also apply to race management teams, we appreciate all assistance, please contact the sailing office firstname.lastname@example.org if you can assist.
It's great that organised sailing events are allowed again but there are still a number of Covid-19 restrictions in place that all competitors need to adhere too which are outlined in the Notice of Race & Sailing Instructions.
Social Distancing rules (1.5m apart) still apply and per Round Crew lists are also required. The entry portal has been setup to that all participants are now required to enter, crew included. When enter one's self comptitors will indicate if they are crew or the helm and what boat they are sailing on for that Round.
Sign on & Off will be done by a sole volunteer who will check you off adjacent the Jack Gale Centre.
Jack Gale Bathrooms will be open and the main club house but it is advised to come down ready to sail, sail, and then leave.
- Notice to Competitors
- Results - Provisional Subject to Audit
- Round 1 – 14 June
- Round 2 – 28 June
- Round 3 – 12 July
- Round 4 – 26 July
- Round 5 – 9 August
- Round 6 – 23 August
All participants 'Skippers' or 'Crew', shall all register by using their own Australian Sailing number and Date of Birth.
For Double Handed registrations, each participant shall also be required to supply their crewmate's details as well, at the time of entry:
- Crew Australian Sailing Number
- Crew First & Surname
- Crew Date of Birth
- Crew Emergency Contact Name
- Crew Emergency Contact Mobile
- Crew/Emergency Contact Relationship
On the Day
Socail distancing measures will be strictly maintained by all.
Cars and trailers may enter the lower carpark to unload, simply buzz at the boomgate for Reception. Following this, all trailers must then be taken over and left in the Crystal bay carpark.
A section of the lower car park may be allocated for rigging boats.
Please ensure the concrete area on the lawn is kept free for people/boats to access the launching ramp.
Due to the restricted space on the lawn, it is essential that all boats are taken home on Sunday after racing. *casual storage fees will apply.
Rigged boats that are not competing in the Series will be moved into the RPAYC car park and or Boatyard to free up rigging spaces on the lawn for competitors.
The Selden group is the worlds leading manufacturer of masts and rigging systems in carbon or aluminium for dingies, keelboats or yachts. Whether cruising or racing, performance and safety can be achieved when you sail with products from Selden.
As the Australian distributor we carry the following range of the Selden products.
The Furlex Headsail furler, which still sets the benchmark, and the CX and GX endless line flying sail furlers.
Spinnaker and gennaker poles in Carbon and Aluminium with on-mast and deck mounted storage options.
Aluminium booms with Single line reefing options and Rodkicker rigid vangs to enable simple reefing.
The complete range of Selden Deckhardware is readily available from our extensive network of stockists. (go to stockists)
The strength of the Selden product range is furthered by a nationwide network of authorised dealers (go to dealers) that can provide service, supply and installation.
We also supply complete rigs for all types of yachts, either monohull or multihull.
Thank you to Selden for Sailing on their continued support of sailing at the club.