Saturday 5th September 2020 - Last Qualifying Race 75 miles Weighted 1.3
This race is the Last race in the ISORA Welsh /UK 2020 series.
The course has been set as follows:
- STARTING LINE at Pwllheli as defined in this Supplemental Sailing Instruction
- Madog Fairway (S)
- Sarn Y Bwch (S)
- Ynysoedd Gwylan (S)
- FINISH LINE at Pwllheli as defined in this Supplemental Sailing Instruction
This is the last race in the Welsh UK series and the series winner will be announced with the results of this race
There is a similar race in Ireland for the Irish ISORA Series Winner
The following is a statement by Gerwyn Owen CEO RYA Cymru Wales
Following the announcement by the First Minister in relation to the next phase of lockdown here in Wales, RYA Cymru Wales would like to highlight the changes coming into effect as of Monday 1st of June, 2020. The increased ability to enjoy outdoor activity will be welcomed by the boating community, and means that those with direct access to their boats may use them with members of their household, within five miles of their home.
Restrictions remain on some activities, and access to waters via outdoor sports facilities will not be reviewed until June 18th. All boaters are urged to check with their local facility and obtain appropriate permissions to launch from the relevant authority.
We will continue to follow Welsh Government guidance and take a considerate and responsible approach to the return of boating in Wales. It is essential that boaters follow guidance on social distancing and hygiene carefully, and comply with guidance on interaction with other households. Equally important is the imperative to boat safely, well within the levels of your ability, and avoid placing unnecessary strain on the RNLI and emergency services
We are seeking further clarification from Welsh Government and key stakeholders on certain areas of restrictions, specifically around outdoor venues, tourist spots and access to facilities. The position statement from RYA Cymru Wales will be updated and shared with members, clubs and centres in the coming days.
Keep safe, keep well, keep smiling
Chief Executive Officer / Prif Weithredwr"
Reasons to be a member in 2020
Pwllheli Sailing Club offers something for everyone, casual boaters, a base for cruising, racing and motorboating together with being a great venue for events, training and importantly a fantastic meeting place, with views, for friends.
- In addition to all of the varied activities featured in this e-newsletter membership of the club provides:
Meeting place for likeminded people in a friendly environment
- Affiliated membership of the RYA who safeguard recreational boating in the UK
- Helps to support youth sailing (CHIPAC)
- Training and Development - RYA courses run by club members
- Dinghy and keelboat racing opportunities
- Cruises in company
- Great social events - club members have priority
- Discounted berthing at Plas Heli pontoons, and Dinghy storage in a secure compound
- Access to CHIPAC for members children to learn to sail with experienced instructors teaching in the medium of Welsh and English
- Members can gain RYA qualifications through volunteering experience at club events.
- Advertise your Holiday Accommodation to a target audience of visitors to the area during events
- Receive regular e-newsletters with useful information
- Easy membership (application/renewal) process all on-line and starting from £60 for the year!
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This is a list of related to Club developmet and to the Academy project set out in date order.
|The 2015 Club Calendar|
The 2015 CHPSC Calendar is now being prepared and will be pubished shortly for delivery before Christmas.
The Calendar Tide Curve Explained
New this year the phases of the moon are shown.
We are grateful for the generous support of our 2020 sponsors.
Click on a logo - it is will take you to their web site.
For other sponsorship opportunities please send an e-mail
Training and Educational Sailing Courses
CHPSC supply training for club members, their children, members of the youth section (CHIPAC), local schools and local youth organisations.
Some of the training courses are also available to non-members by arrangement.
Information about 2013 courses will be posted here soon.
The 'Notices to Mariners' are provided for the convenience of our members, guests and visitors. CHPSC will make all reasonable attempts to keep these 'Notices' up to date but accepts no liability for their accuracy. Owners and skippers should check with the Harbour Master (and if relevant to their passage to South Cardigan Bay - the MOD Aberporth) before sailing.
All articles regarding the subscription to the ISORA Newsletters
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.