2019 will see the fifth year of collaboration on the fun and highly-competitive Royal Southern Yacht Club Challenge. All bona fide yacht clubs around the world are challenged to enter their boat or boats to participate so long as 50% or more of the crew are members of the club – whether racing on their own boat, a chartered race boat, or a bareboat. The Challenge will be open to the classes of CSA, CSA Double-handed, Multihulls and Bareboat. A weighted scoring formula will be applied to boats of different classes participating in the Challenge so the true winner can be determined.
The 52nd Antigua Sailing Week in 2019 takes place from April 27 to May 3 and is based at Antigua Yacht Club in Falmouth Harbour. Courses around the cans in the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea aside spectacular headlands and picturesque Cades Reef with steady trade winds guaranteed.
The Royal Southern Yacht Club Inter-Yacht Club Challenge Trophy
Get a flavour of Antigua Sailing Week by watching this 2018 recap video. To enter the Royal Southern Yacht Club Inter-Yacht Club Challenge, please tick the appropriate box on yacht scoring when entering your boat into the Antigua Sailing Week. For more information please email: email@example.com.
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1. The competition will be known as the Royal Southern Yacht Club Inter-Yacht Club Challenge (‘the Challenge’).
2. The Shield Trophy to be awarded to the winner of the Challenge will remain the property of the Royal Southern Yacht Club (‘RSrnYC’) and will remain in RSrnYC’s possession or in the possession of the organisers of Antigua Sailing Week.
3. 2015 was the inaugural year for the Challenge and the 2015 rules will remain in effect for 2018. They are designed to accommodate competitors racing in different classes. Rules for the Challenge may be modified for future years.
4. Competitors will race in the class they are allocated to by the organisers of Antigua Sailing Week.
5. The finishing positions will be decided based on a weighted scoring system with the lowest number of points winning.
6. The scoring system to be used to decide the winners of the Challenge will be the well-established results program formula used by the organisers of Antigua Sailing Week.
7. The crew of each competing yacht must have at least 50% of its crew members from the Yacht Club it represents in the Challenge. However, a concession may be granted upon application at the sole discretion of the Organising Committee.
8. The Antigua Sailing Week Organising Committee’s decision on all matters is final.
9. Club Class entrants are not eligible to enter the Royal Southern Yacht Club Inter-Yacht Club Challenge.
10. To enter the Royal Southern Yacht Club Inter-Yacht Club Challenge, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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