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  • 1 May 2022,

    2000 Coaching - Chichester YC

    Class training led by professional coaches and 2000 Champions.

    Chichester training day, Sunday 1st May:

    Morning shoreside session (meet and greet), one long session on the water, debrief

    9.30 - 4.30

    Content will be based on requests from racing the day before. More race training based rather than basic skills E.g. tactics, strategy, starting

    Entry limit 24 boats

    Cost £25 per boat

    How to book: email

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  • 18‒19 Jun 2022,

    Millennium Series 4 - Snettisham Beach SC

    West Country Boat Repairs Millennium Series 4
    18 & 19 June 2022


    It’s the mid-summer weekend so there will be lots of daylight for travel to Norfolk, some Saturday night socialising, and travel home in daylight on Sunday. The club faces west across the Wash so when the sun shines, the sunsets are exceptional!

    There should will be some high-quality racing it’s 2019 National Champions Jasper and Laura Barnhams home club and many fleet front entries from all over the UK. As usual, the boat park will be the font of all wisdom for setting up, tuning, tactics, boat handling etc. etc.; just ask your 2000 Friends.

    Sailing at Snettisham Beach revolves around the tide times. High water times are:

    09.40 Saturday & 10.30 Sunday

    6 races planned, 3 each day.

    The first race start on Saturday is scheduled for 08.10

    The last race start on Sunday is scheduled for 08.55


    Please use online entry at

    You will need to create an “Account” on the website in order to make the booking. £35 for double handers. Discounts for Youth competitors. Please note the Notice of Race and Sailing Instructions(below).


    If you are coming on Friday 17th afternoon / evening:

    There are no gates or barriers at the club so arrive whenever you like. The postcode is PE31 7RB. From the south take the A149. After the roundabout for Dersingham and before the roundabout for Snettisham turn left onto Beach Road. Proceed 1½ miles you will go over the flood defence bank. Continue to the forecourt of Snettisham Caravan Park, a big white Snettisham Caravan Park clubhouse confronts you. Go left across the forecourt leaving caravan park to right. There an unmade road forks; go right leaving lake on your left. Keep on this road. You should see boat masts of the Sailing Club ahead. You’ve arrived.

    NB there are many caravan parks on Beach Road; make sure you are looking for the correct one. If you haven’t gone over the flood bank you haven’t gone far enough.

    At the club drive up over the sea bank onto the grass beach field. Park your boat on the right (north) side of the field. If you have a camper van park it on the right.


    If you are camping pitch your tent to the left (south) side to the south of the containers and amongst the parked dinghies or on the grass bank that abuts the beach. Members are willing to accommodate visitors. Enquire by email to

    Otherwise, this is a good place to look


    The beach is shingle beneath the grass. A hammer is the best way to get pegs in the ground.Its mid summer so light very early, which wakes up the oyster catchers which make a lot of noise. You’ll probably sleep better with an eye mask and ear plugs.

    Bar Opening times:

    Friday: 6.00 pm onwards.

    Saturday: 9.00 am then all day.

    Sunday: 10.00 am onwards


    Friday night: There is a club BBQ you may use if you bring your own food.

    For local food we recommend: Snettisham Beach fish and chip shop which you’ll find just on the sea - side of the flood bank, or the excellent Chinese restaurant: / 01485 572268

    Breakfast from the Club on Saturday and Sunday

    Saturday Night: get stuck into the Commodore’s Mid Summer Quiz with a glass of Sharp’s Doom Bar, Stella Artois, Adnam’s Southwold Dry Hopped Lager, Bud Light, Aspall Cider , or a cocktail of the day. Wine is served in 4 sizes, small medium large and bottle. Our in-house professional catering has not re-started post lockdown. We are exploring whether we can lay on a Saturday evening meal for you.

    Any questions please email or phone 078 3333 2055

    Mark Foley.

    Notice of Race here:


    Sailing instructions here:


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  • 16‒17 Jul 2022,

    Millennium Series 5 - Thorney Island SC

    Sailing in the beautiful Chichester harbour at a club with a large home fleet. This is traditionally the largest turnout of the year. Tides will play a part, but the wind is usually excellent with good sea breezes. Easy sheltered launching from a friendly club.

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  • 14‒19 Aug 2022,

    2000 National Championships 2022 - Castle Cove SC

    Fantastic sailing venue at Weymouth, and excellent harbour launching into the waters of Weymouth harbour and Weymouth bay.

    If you entered the February 2022 Prize Draw then you have not yet entered: you will need to complete a full entry form, in accordance with the Notice Of Race, using the Castle Cove S.C. website.

    What to expect at the Nationals this year ….


    Entry price held at £220 until 22nd June.

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  • 10‒11 Sep 2022,

    Millennium Series 6 - Stone SC

    Stone Sailing Club is a small and friendly place to sail, situated on the south bank of the River Blackwater in Essex close to Maldon and Burnham-on-Crouch. The river is some 2km wide at high tide and racing can be held at any state of the tide. There is space for camping on site or there are a number of local campsites within a short walk or car journey. The 2019 event became legendary with fantastic entertainment put on by the club.

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  • 1‒ 2 Oct 2022,

    ROOSTER Inland Championships 2022 - Weir Wood SC

    Inland venue in Sussex with easy launching and close racing area. Very friendly club with a large home fleet and good racing guaranteed.

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  • 15 Oct 2022,

    Millennium Series 7 - Bough Beech SC

    Inland venue in Kent with easy launching and close racing area. Another friendly club with a good home fleet.

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  • 29‒30 Oct 2022,

    2000 Welsh Championships 2022 - Cardiff Bay YC

    Late season racing in the sheltered waters of Cardiff Bay which is not tidal. Large home fleet and a warm welcome guaranteed.

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  • 5‒ 6 Nov 2022,

    RS End of Seasons - Rutland SC

    Finish the season with the other RS classes at the end of season regatta at this large professional club.

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