The Rose Bowl will be sailed on 13 April 2014 with a skippers meeting @ 09h30 The race will start not before 10h00 RULE: HELMSPERSON HAS TO BE 100% FEMALE Non female helmsman will be required to wear for the duration of the race a minimum of 3 female garments!! NOTE: Due to the interruption caused by the 2014 IronMan and also that this is a Good Fun regatta this race has been rescheduled for 13 April 2014. . . .
If you are of the male persuasion that is! The Rose Bowl will be sailed on Saturday 5 April 2014 with a skippers meeting at 13h00. Tradirionally male helmsmen have been allowed to enter with the proviso that they sail in full female kit including high heels and long flowing locks ........... Who is up to the challenge? . . .
The 2014 Algoa Bay Week (incorporating the L26 Nationals) will be sailed from the ABYC starting on 1 May and ending on 4 May 2014. The Regatta is organized by the L26 CLASS in conjunction with the ALGOA BAY YACHT CLUB under the auspices of South African Sailing (SAS). Attachments: Notice of Race Sailing Instructions L26 Entry Form Entry Form . . .
This is a NAVIGATION orientated race. The following resources will be required and/or useful: SAN1024, Chartplotter (nice to have). Knowledge of Algoa Bay you should know thoroughly. Saturday 22 February 2014 Skippers @ 18H30 Start @ 19H00 . . .
The Scimitar Cup Series will take place on Saturday 1 February 2014. Skippers at 13h00 Sunday 2 February will see the last chance for skippers and crew to practice "round the cans" racing before Algoa Bay Week in May. . . .
This is a "Stop-over" race. Each leg is a race, and the combined 2 legs incorporated as a race. Scheduled for the weekend of 18/19 January 2014, weather permitting. (Reserve weekend: 25/26 January 2014) Skippers: Thursday 16th January 2014 @ 1800 Important Notes: This is a SAS sanctioned race. The skipper has to be a paid up SAS member. The Port of Port St. Francis has very kindly opened their mooring to us at a nominal fee of R120.00 per boat for the night of the 18th. Payable at Skippers briefing. The carrying of "Life-rafts" is not mandatory but is encouraged. Boats with . . .