Bookings open: TBC (0900)
Closing date for booking: Friday, 6 May (2355)
U11 competition - Wednesday, 25 May 2022
U13 competition Thursday, 26 May 2022
There are TBC RS Zest's available for each race day.
The RS zest is a versatile dinghy for beginners through to stage 4 sailors. It has an adaptable mast which allows for a jib, the children will doublehand the dinghy. For more information about this dinghy, visit the RS website here.
There are TBC RS Feva's available for each race day.
The RS Feva is an RYA recognised youth class dinghy for the more experienced sailors. This is a doublehanded dinghy with a battened sail, jib and more advanced sail controls. For more information about this boat, visit the RS website here.
Each school is limited to 4 boats with 2 sailors in each boat per day (8 pupils in total).
Sailors must have a minimum of RYA Stage 2.
All sailors must complete a parent/guardian consent and declaration form.
Schools must book online via the IAPS website first.
Once you have made your booking online, the Andrew Simpson Watersports Centre will be notified and will contact you requesting your participant information and to arrange any accommodation or race training
Both the Zest's and Feva's are two person boats.
Four races are scheduled daily, weather dependent.
A combination of windward-leeward and/or triangle/sausage courses will be sailed.
The races take place in Portland Harbour.
Accommodation is available at RYA Portland House, breakfast and evening meals are available at the Sailing Academy. Please contact the Andrew Simpson Watersports Centre if you wish to book.
The Andrew Simpson Watersports Centre offers pre-event race training at a reduced rate for 1/2 or full days. Please contact the centre directly to book any pre-race training.
The sailing centre will collect all competitor details directly.
Cost of entry
£TBC per boat (2 competitors per boat)
All competitors must attend an IAPS School.
Competitors ages must be taken from 1st September 2021.
Competitors may only enter one age group per competition.
Only a member of school staff, with a school email address, can book onto IAPS sports events online.
Bookings are made on a first come, first served basis.
Terms and Conditions
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