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Entry Fees: Fees charged by many of our host clubs have been rising steadily for the last few years, to the point where we lose money on some once we have bought prizes. While we will maintain our present level of entry fee at 15 at most events, at the following venues we will charge 17: Grafham, Whitwell, Bala and Stone S.C.

2017 Series Racing Results here. Note that you can select the results for each event and for the whole series by way of the link at the bottom. Any problems to Ruth please.
2016 Series Racing Results

The Seavets racing series events are held on inland waters, starting in April and carrying through the summer until the beginning of October. The full programme is on the Events 2017 page.

Racing at FarmoorThe series comprises about a dozen events counting towards trophies awarded at the end of the season.
The Raceboard fleet is divided into classes by age - Seniors (under 50), Veterans (50 - 59), Supervets (60 - 69), Megavets ( 70 - 79) and Octovets (over 80) - and yes, we have 3 of them!
Maximum sail size is 7.8m in the Raceboard classes. There is also an Open class with no limitations on board or sail, and a One Lap fleet who race on a shortened course - usually One Lap Less!

Proceedings usually start with a briefing at 10.30am, with the aim of getting out on the water by 11 o'clock. 2 races are held before lunch, and 2 after, with the prize-giving at about 4.30, enabling people to get away by about 5pm. An Event Entry Fee is charged - 15 for 1 day, more for two-day events. Most locations offer catering facilities, and where possible details are given on the venue information page. Otherwise bring your own sandwiches!

Racing at HollowellNew to Racing?.For an informal introduction to racing, a small group meet regularly at Datchet Water midweek for 'fun' racing around the fixed buoys there. More details from Richard Williams. If you are interested in starting to race in the Seavets series then read this guide

If you would like to have a go at racing we have a spare raceboard available which we can bring to any event if requested in advance. You will have to use your own rig. If you are interested please get in touch with Ruth Tracey.

Not interested in Racing? Check out our Social Sailing and Cruising activities here

Last modified 25-Aug-2017