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Entry opens for JOG Home Ports Regatta

by Stuart Lawrence 26 Jul 20:49 BST 29-30 August 2020
JOG Home Ports Regatta © JOG

The Junior Offshore group (JOG) are pleased to announce that entry is now open for the Home Ports Regatta weekend to be held on the 29th and 30th August in the Solent.

The weekend racing will start with a longer course leaving the Cowes start line, heading out to Poole bay and returning to finish outside of Cowes Isle of Wight. Day 2 will be a shorter course around sailing marks in the Solent.

Courses will be modified to suit conditions.

JOG endeavours to promote competitive sailing whilst not encouraging unnecessary risk of Covid-19 transmission.

Just a few of our measures include limiting crew numbers and ensuring competitors can return to their home ports during the two-day regatta. Competitors can also opt to race using their non-spinnaker rating.

Entry is open to both JOG and non-JOG members for IRC rating boats with a TCC limit of 1.200 and no lower limit providing yachts comply with Category 4 World Sailing regulations.

Early entry Fees: (until 21st August)

  • JOG Members £25
  • Non-Members £50
Fees increase by 25% after the 21st August and entry closes at 5pm 26th August.

Entries will be limited and are on a first come basis. Enter online at www.jog.org.uk/enter-race

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