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Coniston Regatta 28th to 30th May
2016 National Championships - Mumbles YC Thursday 11th to Sunday 14th August
The Osprey Class Association
2016 Osprey Nationals – Special Draw for early entrants!
The headline sponsor of the Mumbles Nationals will be Hartley Boats, who are kindly providing cashback linked to the number of entries, thus reducing your costs.
Southern Area Championship will be part of Weymouth Regatta on 9th & 10th July. Note - Weymouth Regatta has an entry limit so get you entry in as soon as possible and entry is now open. Only 10 places left of the 100 boat limit with 13 Ospreys already entered from the 27 so far in the double-handed section. There are 63 single-handed entries. Don't delay enter now.
The second event of the year took place at Mounts Bay SC over the Bank Holiday weekend for the Panmorra Cup. More news, photos and results posted in Forum and on our Facebook pages.
Anyone up for a challenge
Friday 1st April 2016 - maps showing which clubs have hosted championships updated to show just one icon for each club but now shows, when icon clicked, first year & latest year championship hosted at the club and number of times club has hosted championship in pop-up
Thursday 31st March 2016 - map of clubs now shows, if you click on an icon,
A proposal to amend the Osprey Class Measurement Rules will be tabled at the AGM at Mumbles in August that will encompass the new Mark V Osprey. More..
Updated Measurement Rules have been posted on main web site.
Help is requested in tracking down where in the world Ospreys are currently sailed and raced, especially raced. The class is currently aware of the following countries where Ospreys are raced:
Please get in touch even if listed above and let the class know where Ospreys are being sailed together with the numbers.
Several maps relating to the Osprey class are now available. No, there are not Ospreys ice yachting in Antarctica; just a convenient location to place those sail numbers which were not issued [70S 70W], destroyed/scrapped/written off [70S 0] or have a location inknown to the Osprey Class [70S 70E].