RS:X Winter training camp 2013 - Weymouth Academy
Thu 21st - Sun 24th February
RS:X Winter Training - 4 Day Non Residential Camp
Location Weymouth & Portland Sailing Academy
Dates Thursday 21st to Sunday 24th February 2013 inclusive.
With Coaches Lucy Sallows & A N Other
The camp is being run by the class in association with the RYA who are substantially subsidizing the training. The camp will offer RS:X sailors new and established some quality early season coaching/training. The camp is open to all RS:X sailors in or out of the squad systems and regardless of experience.
The camp will not include accommodation. The camp will include Lunch at the academy on all four days. Other meals are optional and are not included in the entry fee.
Camp will begin at 9.30am on Thursday 21st and conclude
at 4.30pm on Sunday 24th
By sailracer, follow the link on the UKWA web site
No entry will be accepted after 6pm on Friday 8th February
Payments are none refundable, and please note that places are limited.
RS:X training open to all sailors in or outside of the RYA squad system. We have a number of Demo boards available to use FOC, first come first served. To reserve a board contact Bob at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07889-161780
The training is run in association with the Midland Windsurfing Association and substantially supported by The RYA For further information go to www.ukwindsurfing.com
Weymouth & Portland Sailing Academy.
WPNSA, Osprey Quay, Portland, Dorset, DT5 1SA Tel 01305 866000
About The Academy
WPNSA officially opened on 1st April 2000, with residence taken up in the converted ex-naval offices, whilst the plans for the new Academy were taking shape.
The brand new clubhouse was opened officially in June 2005 and is now fully operational with new external facilities including 30 pontoons, new slipways and much expanded room for boat storage and car parking.
The academy has excellent shower, toilet and changing facilities. In addition there is a cafe style restaurant with free wi-fi including use of two computers. A viewing deck overlooks the harbour.
There is no grass for rigging and although large carpet mats have been installed these soon get full so a rigging mat is always a good idea.
The slipways at Weymouth are generally extreamly slippy, so extra care should always be taken especially at low water.
WPNSA will host the sailing events for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
By Car From DorchesterTake A354 to WeymouthFrom Poole and BournemouthTake A352, which then becomes A353 to Weymouth From BridportTake B3157 to Weymouth
When you arrive at WeymouthTake the A354 to Portland. This will bring you to the causeway linking Weymouth and Portland. Halfway along the causeway you will reach a mini-roundabout. Turn left, we are signposted 'Sailing Academy'.
By BusWeymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy has it's own bus stop.
As you enter the Sailing Academy overnight camping is located in the large car park on your right. Conveniently kit can easily be carried to the rigging area and slipways just accross the access road. Trailers can be left in the trailer park before parking. There is a small charge made by the academy for overnight camping. Drinking water is avaiable nearby. Many pitches now have electric hook up. There must be one clear vehicle gap between each vehicle, in other words every other space must be left empty. Failure to comply will cause YOU much inconverience.
Turnstones B&B is walking distance away, other accommodation can be found at Visit Weymouth. Other options are Sky View apartments, Contemporary Cottages, Spinnaker House, Portland Roads, The Venue and Dream Cottages. Portlandholidaylet.co.uk has a listing of B&Bs and other accomodation.