Sailing Instructions released for AHCA Nationals

The Sailing Instructions for the 2016 Australian Hansa Class Championships have been released.

A reminder to remaining potential entrants that Early Entry closes 6pm on Sunday 13th March, after which a $50 late fee will be added to entries.

No entries will be accepted after 6pm Sunday March 20th - ENTRY IS NOW CLOSED

With just under a week until early entries close, already 30 sailors have entered the Nationals from around Australia, along with our International guest - John Buchanan from New Zealand. The current list of entrants - can be seen at the bottom of this page.

The winner of the 2016 President's Trophy is going to be decided at the Nationals. Allister Peek from the ACT is currently in the lead, by 1 point from NSW sailors Colin & Brad Alderton and Jason Elwes. With double points on offer at the Nationals - and all likely winners competing at the Nationals - it will come down to their results at Nationals to decide the ultimate winner. The current leader board and description of the President's trophy is available here.

Also, the State teams trophy will be up for grabs, with the locals hoping to win the trophy and keep it in Queensland for the first time. More details about the State Teams Trophy can be found here. The number of Queensland entrants is also pleasing as this events serves as their inqugural Hansa Class Championships.

It's shaping up to be a great event - so if you want more details - including link to online entry, social functions and information on the Gold Coast itself, follow this link to the regatta page on our website.

 

See also - NOTICE TO COMPETITORS 04/02/2016 (Courses - Amendment to Notice of Race)

See also - NOTICE TO COMPETITORS 15/03/2016 - Amendment to Sailing Instructions

 

 




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