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Supernova Class Association announces 2022 season

by Gavin Young 18 Feb 14:29 GMT
Supernova 25th Anniversary Nationals at Plymouth © Peter Mackin / www.pdmphoto.co.uk

The Supernova Class Association is excited to announce its plans for the 2022 season. The 2022 calendar of events has a new look with a separate Northern and Southern Travellers' Series.

This provides 10 events for each series with 4 of them being combined events in the Midlands area, to allow the fleet to come together. The events also include separate Southern and Northern class coaching days, as well as the annual Championship events which last year saw our highest ever attendance, cementing the class at the forefront of national attendance for another year.

The new look events calendar for 2022 is aimed at supporting our fleet, class members and their clubs as locally as possible which aims to add to the steady increase in event attendance the class has seen in recent years.

We're also very excited to announce that www.craftinsure.com boat insurance has kindly offered to support the class for the 2022 season. Their support has allowed us to offer the class coaching days and provide an increase in the prizes required to support the new look traveller events series. Please thank them for their support by giving them the opportunity to quote for your boat insurance needs, you'll find their website incredibly simple to use.

If you have never heard of the Supernova or are interested in the class you can see us on the Restart Sailing Show #43 which went live on the 3rd February:

The Supernova Class Association looks forward to seeing you at this year's events. We will also be on the Hartley Boats stand at the RYA Dinghy and Watersports Show at Farnborough. If you don't yet sail a Supernova but are interested in the class, then please come along to meet us at the Dinghy Show or at one of our events - we would love to meet you. You can also check out the class website and maybe book a go in the Class Association loan boat. What are you waiting for, here's our address - www.supernovadinghy.org

Supernova Class 2022 Event Calendar supported by www.craftinsure.com

Overall Results:

DATEEVENTCLUB/VENUE
19/02/2022Supernova Winter ChampionshipsCancelled due to Storm Eunice
12/03/2022Combined Championship & Traveller Event
Supernova Spring Championships
+ Traveller Southern Series
Cotswold SC
(Spring Champs replace Winter champs due to Storm Eunice)
20/03/2022Traveller Combined Event (Northern and Southern)Bartley
02/04/2022Traveller Southern SeriesBough Beech
09/04/2022Traveller Northern SeriesScammonden Water
22/04/2022Northern Class Coaching Day
(Open to all Class members)
Chelmarsh SC
23/04/2022Traveller Northern SeriesChelmarsh SC
14/05/2022Traveller Northern SeriesBolton
21/05/2022Traveller Southern SeriesExe
05/06/2022Traveller Combined Event (Northern and Southern)Carsington
18/06/2022Traveller Northern SeriesWinsford Flash
01/07/2022Supernova National ChampionshipsPlas Heli - The Welsh National Sailing Centre
16/07/2022Traveller Southern SeriesHunts
23/07/2022Traveller Northern SeriesGirton
13/08/2022Traveller Combined Event (Northern and Southern) Burton
03/09/2022Supernova Inland ChampionshipsBlithfield
17/09/2022Traveller Northern SeriesAttenborough
01/10/2022Traveller Combined Event (Northern and Southern) Ogston SC
14/10/2022Southern Class Coaching Day
(Open to all Class members)
Haversham
15/10/2022Traveller Southern SeriesHaversham
22/10/2022Traveller Southern SeriesBowmoor

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