The ISORA night race from Abersoch to Pwllheli is tonight (Saturday 23rd August) starting at 1930hrs. This follows racing in Abersoch for the Long Trophy which starts at 1430hrs.
The Sailing Instructions for the ISORA Night Race are available on the ISORA web site here
The course may be as shown below but this could be subject to change up to 1600hrs. The final course will be announced on VHF Channel 37):
- SCYC start line as defined in the SI's (V2)
- St.Tudwal's Island West (P)
- Carreg Y Trai Buoy (P)
- Madoc Fairway (P) 52o 52.351N 4o 10.013W
- Pwllheli O mark (S) 52o 52.747N 4o 23.960W
- Finish as defined in the SI's (V2) and (leaving the Fairway Buoy to Starboard)
The race can be followed on the AIS tracking (Not YB) and a link is available here
After racing competitors are invited to raft-up on the Plas Heli pontoons and a reception has been arranged on the Plas Heli bridge.
Race 7 - The Night Race in Ireland has been postponed and is re-scheduled for 19th August.
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Information about 2013 courses will be posted here soon.
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We have now moved to our new home and we need to decide on the items of memorabilia that you want in the new Club room.
The photographic inventory below offers an opportunity for you to vote for your favourites.
We intend to display the Club Trophies in a glass cabinet - the trophies can be viewed here.
Indicate how keen you are to see each of the items in the new Club. More stars = more keen
CHPSC Management Team
Back to Boating in Pwllheli as found relavant to the facilities of the Welsh National Sailing Academy and Event Centre.
The work of the Task Force is to ensure that our return to boating is achieved as soon as possible, in a safe, considerate, and responsible manner.
This is achieved by being prepared for the various stages of the easing of restrictions.
We will publish our strategies and policies and carry out risk assessments as found relevant to the activities carried out at the facilities of the Welsh National Sailing Academy and Event Centre.