Cup 2 and AGM - Herne Bay
Sat 25th - Mon 27th May
The UKWA AGM will be on Sunday the 26th of May at Herne Bay Sailing club.
North Sea Cup
Cup two at Herne Bay is also the British leg of The North Sea Cup.
Entry to North Sea Cup Only (Two Days)
Junior & Youth 30 euro or 30 pounds
Adult 50 euro or 50 pounds
Ok it's an extra £5 for this event but in return you will be served a free meal in the sailing club. The club will be providing a barbecue for all competitors, remember to collect your voucher from the race office at registration. In addition extra tickets will be available for family members at £7.50
Not only is the meal included but you will also receive a free event T shirt again please collect this at registration. Extra shirts may be available to family members at £10
The North Sea Cup event and the UKWA event will run side by side, with most races counting towards both events. NB: There is a specific set of Sailing Instructions for the North Sea Cup event.
However the north sea cup event will not begin before 12 noon therefore there will be a race for the UKWA fleet at the normal start time prior to the first joint race.
The last possible start for the North Sea Cup will be 3pm on Sunday 3rd. There may be additional racing for the UKWA fleet.
REMEMBER: Plans can change, watch the flags and watch the official notice board
About Herne Bay
The UKWA has not been to Herne Bay for many years. However our older!! members will remember what a great location this was.
Herne Bay sailing club have gone out of their way to accommodate our every need. Follow the link to their web site to find out more about the club Herne Bay Sailing Club
For your sat Nav the address and post code is Herne Bay Sailing Club, Beacon Hill, Herne Bay, Kent, CT6 6BA
There is plenty parking along the sea front for which there will be a ukwa supliment of £5 per night. The front is long and thin therefore please park as close together as possible. A bike is always a good plan at Herne Bay! Additional parking will be available on the road behind the club. There are no issues with the camping, the UKWA have visited the site and the on-road parking backs on to the grass area behind the club so is therefore quite satisfactory for our needs. There will be a trailer drop off point in the club grounds. Tents can be pitched behind the club house