Stadt 23 Youth Match Racing Regatta

stadt 23 youth match racingSaturday and Sunday, 10 & 11 May 2014.

The entry fee is only R500.00 per team. Please note that a separate deposit of R500.00 per team is required to cover insurance excess and damages for the boats, should any occur. If all in order after the event, you will be refunded the R500.00.

The camping fee is R45.00 per person per night, this is a special rate applicable for this event. Please ensure that you pay this camping fee on your arrival at the entrance gate.

Please note that meals will not be included. We have a cafeteria that can cater for all meals. A very good idea is on arrival after registration to visit the cafeteria and place your orders for all meals for the weekend.  You are also very welcome to bring your own food.   Braai fires will be available on Saturday evening.

The event is open to all learners, i.e. a team does not need to be from one school only. You may invite your friends to form a team (no matter what school they from) and sail as a YOUTH TEAM. You are welcome to name your entry accordingly. All teams to be accompanied by an adult.

The event is also open to learners from Primary Schools. The only requirement is that the adult accompanying the team has to be on board at all times whilst the team is sailing.

We hope that this will encourage more learners to enter and that it makes it easier to form a team, in the event that you do not have enough sailors from one school.

Please email me as soon as you can ( ) indicating that you will be entering, in order for us to plan for the event.  We will forward you the entry and indemnity forms, that you may complete so long and bring with you on the day of the event.

Important Note to remember:  Please remember to bring your life jacket, no sailor may sail on a Stadt 23 without one!

Please contact Lise (Tel: 028-840 1334 and/or E-mail: at TSC for more information, entry forms, indemnity, etc.

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