Langstone Road,Havant,PO9 1RD
Tel: 023 9248 4577
Results for 2013Spring Series
Hudson Cup Pics 2012
To play around with the results e.g score all fleets as 1 race, you can download the current Sailwave results files from CLICK HERE then extract the files to a local folder, if you try and open the file without extracting you will get an "access denied" error. If you haven't got Sailwave it can be found here www.sailwave.com.
|Class Flags and Handicap Splits|
|Fast Handicap||PY 1009 and below||Pennant 2|
|Medium Handicap||PY 1010 - 1155||Pennant 4|
|Slow Handicap||PY 1156 and above||Pennant 3|
Different handicap splits may apply for open events such as the Regatta and interclub events.
|Easter, Spring||2 Classes - Fast, Medium Slow|
|Saturday, Sunday Series||3 Classes - Fast, Medium, Slow|
|Evening Series||3 Classes - Fast, Medium, Slow|
|Autumn Series||2 Classes - Fast, Medium, Slow|
Courses Used For Racing In Langstone & Chichester Harbours
Course map for Langstone Harbour races CLICK HERE
Course map for Chichester Harbour races CLICK HERE
New racers are always welcome. For information please see the club notice board or contact the Sailing Secretary.
The Race Officer can opt to combine handicap starts. Average lap calculations may be used for Langstone Harbour courses but are not appropriate for Chichester Harbour events.
All times noted in the calendar for club racing are WARNING SIGNAL times for the first class to start and not start times. For open events/interclub events see event publicity for details.
For race series half the number of races sailed plus one to count. This applies to all series except Mini-Series that is decided on day of event.
Where there is only 1 boat per class points will be awarded at the discretion of the Sailing Committee. No multi-hulls (except for Sailability trimarans) may race in Chichester Harbour.
The Sailing Committee reserves the right to award club handicap numbers to craft not listed in YR2 - RYA Portsmouth Yardstick Scheme, and to amend any values stated therein at their discretion.
The venue and courses may be changed at the discretion of the Race Officer after due notification. If after considering the conditions the Race Officer cancels the race their decision in final.
Those rostered for race duties should get to the club at least I hour before the start time if the race is in Chichester (C) or 1½ hours if the race is in Langstone (L).
If the full patrol boat team(s) is not present the race shall not go ahead unless suitable experienced volunteers are found.
There may be both club familiarisation and RYA certificated training sessions during the year, lookout for details at the club. You may arrange to assist a patrol boat driver or race officer before your duty to familiarise yourself with the duty.
Langstone SC Regatta
An open event held in Chichester Harbour, one race with 3 handicap starts.
Prentice Plate/Hollingshead Trophy
An open event held in Langstone Harbour. This is usually held on the same weekend as the Regatta, one race with 2 handicap starts.
An open event held in Langstone Harbour, one race with 3 handicap starts.
Wild Goose Chase
A pursuit race for first time this year for dinghies, a start for cruisers as well. Raced in Langstone Harbour with Tudor SC, Locks SC and Eastney Cruising Association.
Langstone Race Weekend
The Langstone Race Weekend takes place over the late May bank holiday weekend and is hosted by the three main sailing clubs which share the waters in Langstone Harbour: Langstone SC, Locks SC, and Tudor SC.
The event welcomes dinghy sailors from all across the south coast to compete in the series of exciting races held within the harbour.
Evening social events are held at each club, offering a mixture of entertainment to sailors and their families after the sun has set on the racing activities.
This Regatta is organised by the Chichester Harbour Federation, of which Langstone SC is a member. The regatta takes place during a week in August (Monday-Friday) at Hayling Island SC (HISC). This regatta is one of the largest of its type in the UK and in 2006 there were over 450 competitors. Most mono-hulls are welcome to compete in the regatta either as part of a class race or part of the handicap fleet. Please note that there is a trophy for the Chichester Harbour Federation club with the best results.
In addition to having club members race in this event, we also support the event on and off the water. Langstone SC has a strong tradition of being responsible for producing the race results and providing our Safety and Support boats to be part of the "on the water" support team. Helpers of all levels are required to make this event a safe and fun event for competitors and helpers alike. If you would like to help, please speak to the Sailing Secretary.
More information: Chichester Federation
Good luck to all Langstone members racing (and helping) at HISC in Fed week this year (Monday 9th to Friday 13th August 2010).
FedWeek competitors who want to stay one step ahead might like to have a look at the racing tips provided by CHC HERE (opens in a new window).
Why not have a look at the ingenious "tide simulalator" that Chichester Harbour Conservancy have added to their website recently which makes visualising the changing states of ebb & flow easier to understand here... Chichester Harbour Tide Simulator
Races held in Langstone Harbour for Langstone/Locks/Tudor Sailing Clubs. The clubs share race officer duty. Starts are in the middle/lower part of the harbour - allow plenty of time to get to the start.
A complete series on one day, 3 races are usually run. For Club boats only.
A Seamanship fun race. Event can include racing round buoys in any order/multiple penalty turns/rudderless sailing. The format is at discretion of Race Officer.
Priory Potter Cruise
A cruise to Priory Bay on the Isle of Wight; an all day event with a BBQ on the beach. Bring your own food and clothes to change into (carried in safety boat). Pub and ice creams a short walk away.
Club Cruise WeekendAn event for cruisers and dinghies, sailing and camping overnight.
Round Hayling CruiseA cruise around Hayling Island on one tide. For faster dinghies as run against the tide in the Langstone and Chichester entrances.
Club Social Sail in Chichester Harbour
A cruise/social sail in Chichester Harbour usually to East Head on one tide, all welcome. Scheduled to leave the club as early as possible before high tide returning on the same tide. Will include a stop somewhere and sometimes a quick BBQ (bring your own food) as time is limited
Fun On The Water
Event run for club juniors where the objective is to improve sailing skills and confidence of being on the water. Parental help is required to provide safety cover and help rig, launch and recover boats.
Mini Series 11
Mini Series 2 11
Ladies Plate 11
Hudson Cup 11
Results for 2012Easter Series
May Mini Series May
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