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2020 Sail for Charities – One Day Regatta

NOTICE OF RACE/ ENTRY FORM

Sail for Charities Regatta with Little Britain Challenge Cup

11th September 2020

Sunsail is partnering with Little Britain Challenge Cup for the 33rd Construction and Property Industry Regatta to raise money for sailing charities. IRC boats invited. Two race classes organised. IRC and the new Sunsail 41.os one design fleet. 
During this very challenging year, we have been engaging with our loyal sailing supporters to come up with a format that is simpler and safer whilst continuing to support our charities and the UK sailing industry.
We have been mindful of severely reduced marketing budgets and have produced an event that brings our industry together at a reduced cost with a single day, 3 race format based out of Port Solent, Portsmouth.

Itinerary
Wednesday 9th September:  1830h Skippers briefing via Zoom – meeting invitation will be emailed
Thursday 10th September: 1900h Yachts available for boarding
Friday 11th September:
  • 0730h: Arrive at Port Solent
  • 0800h: Bacon butty breakfast onboard yachts
  • 0830-0900h: Slip lines by 9am at the latest for practice time
  • 1025h: 10 minute warning for Race 1.  Race 2 & 3 follow
  • Lunch to be taken between races
  • 1600–1630h: Yachts return to Port Solent
  • 1630h: Guests depart at leisure
  • Thursday optional free mooring at Port Solent for IRC class boats.
  • Restaurants and bars are open in Port Solent.
  • Thursday night stay onboard Sunsail yachts available
    The guidelines for overnight stays on Sunsail boats are available from the Sunsail Events team.
  • Virtual prize giving will be carried out over a Zoom call the following week by the Little Britain Chairman.
  • There will be two classes for the Sail for Charities regatta: a one-design Sunsail 41.0 class and an IRC class.

Race in the new Sunsail 41.0  – In 2020, Sunsail, our regatta partner, commissioned 12 new Jeanneau racing yachts to its UK fleet which will be used for this event. The brand new Sunsail 41.0 is a cutting edge performance cruiser-racer that combines incredible sailing performance with a revolutionary deck and interior design that is unparalleled in the sailing market.

Packages
  • We have developed three packages that offer excellent value for money.
  • All include breakfast, lunch and soft drinks.
  • Staying overnight on the Sunsail yachts the night before is included.
  • Sunsail 41.0 Bareboat package @ £1095 + VAT
  • Sunsail 41.0 Skippered package @ £1495 + VAT
  • IRC entry package @ £250 + VAT
  • Suggested charity donation per person: £50

  • Please note: Crew numbers must comply with the government rules in effect at the time of the regatta.  At this time that number is 6 persons, including any professional crew, but this may be reviewed upward in advance of the event.

Sailing Instruction will be published online by 31st August, and emailed to the booking organiser
Booking Form/ Download here
LBCC Sail for Charities – 11 Sept 2020
To book, contact Terry Hunt at Sunsail Events
T: 02392 222 221
E: terry.hunt@sunsail.com
The following information is required. Thank you
Full Name: _____________________________________________
Company Name: ________________________________________
Number of bareboat packages you wish to book: _______
Number of skippered packages you wish to book: ______
Number of IRC entries: ______ Boat_Name________________________IRC_Rating_______
Charity donations. We would like to suggest £50 per crew: ______________________________
Address: ________________________________________________________________________________
Contact Number: _______________________________________
Email: ________________________________________________
Purchase Order No: _____________________________________
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*By giving us your Social Media details, you consent to Sunsail Events and LBCC using them to promote your entry
into the event to encourage others to enter.

LBCC is a non profit making organisation and run by volunteers from the construction industry. Profits and all donations will be donated to the nominated sailing charities which presently include the Ellen Macarthur Cancer Trust, the Cirdan Sailing Trust, The Rona Sailing Project, Cowes Sailability, other local sailing charities and the RNLI.