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Royal Southern Yacht Club set for a majestic 2022

by Louay Habib 9 Feb 13:55 GMT
J/70 UK National Championships © Paul Wyeth / pwpictures.com

The Royal Southern Yacht Club announces an exciting programme of racing for 2022, the centre piece will be the Royal Southern Summer Series, which this year will include a Platinum Jubilee Regatta including a Crew Ball.

The Summer Series consists of four open racing events held in The Solent with social events at the Royal Southern's extensive clubhouse on the Hamble River. Over 80 teams are expected for each regatta with hundreds of sailors taking part. Classes already signed up include J/70, SB20, Cape 31, HP30, J/111s, Performance 40 and IRC Classes.

Each regatta will have its own class prizes and social events. Regatta supporters include North Sails, Champagne Charles Heidsieck, Salcombe Gin, and Land Union with the ever-popular "Oktoberfest Party" for the final September Regatta.

The Royal Southern Annual Prize Giving will be held in November 2022 with major prizes for the Summer Series. The Royal Southern Summer Series encapsulate the ethos of the Royal Southern Yacht Club - great racing on the water and huge fun ashore.

2022 Royal Southern Summer Series:

  • North Sails May Regatta (7-8 May)
  • Champagne Charlie Platinum Jubilee Regatta (4-5 June)
  • Salcombe Gin July Regatta (9-10 July)
  • Land Union September Regatta (24-25 September)
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For entry and all race documents about the Royal Southern Summer Series, visit: royal-southern.co.uk/summer-series.

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