NEWS Event 5 - Derwent Reservoir SC
Sat 7th - Sun 8th July
Derwent Reservoir Sailing Club. Blanchland, Consett Co Durham. DH8 9PT. 01434 675033
About The Club
Set in a beautiful Pennine valley on the border between Northumberland and Durham and bounded by moorland and conifers. Derwenr Reservoir is perfectly located and is within easy reach of Newcastle Upon Tyne. The Reservoir is 3.5 miles long and has a thousand acres of beautiful clean and open water devoted to windsurfing and sailing.
The two story club house built in 1965 is situated on the North shore and is well equiped with showers changing rooms a large club room galley bar rooftop patio and indoor workshop. Five generour slipways provide for easy launching.
Historically this event has provided some excellent racing and in particualar the formula fleet has benifitted from some excellent racing at this spectacular and friendly location.
Dogs are allowed on site but must be kept in or near a vehicle, and walked off site along the road (NWL rules)
About the Inland series
The Inland series objective is to provide high quality racing for all fleets & classes & to include all levels of ability. There will be racing suited to the most experienced and most competative racers, racing for the club/recreational sailor as well as racing for newcomers. Especially welcome are our junior fleets & classes who may be experiencing two day racing for the first time.
How does this work
At all Inland events there will be two courses.
On course one we will race all standard UKWA fleets. (6.8 Techno, 7.8 Techno, RS:X, Raceboard & Formula)
On course two we will race all RYA fleets (3.5 Open, 4.5 Open, 5.5 Open, 6.8 Open, 3.5 Techno, 4.5 Techno, 5.5 Techno.) Every effort will be made to make our junior sailors feel welcome, safe and above all having fun.
Whilst all competitors on course one will need to be members of the UKWA, our junior sailors on course two can be members of the UKWA or RYA.
The UK Inland Champion will be decided by ones best 4 results from the 5 inland events.
Note there is no fuel station after Scotch Corner to the club after 9.00pm
For your sat-nav the postcode is above
From the North
A1 South. A 69 West towards Hexham. A 68 South. At crossroads at top of Kiln Pit Hill turn right. Follow road and take second turning left. Follow road to reach clubgates on left side of the road
From the East
A69 West towards Newcastle and Hexham. Follow directions as above from A68 South.
From the South
A1M North to A69. Follow directions as above fropm A69 West towards Hexham
From the West
Follow A69 East to A68junction. Follow directions as above from A68 South
Overnight parking and camping will be permitted at the club on Friday and Saturday night. Excellent showers & toilets are available.
Saturday from 8.30am
Saturday Briefing 9.45am
First Warning Signal 10.25
Sunday Briefing to be advised
There will be no pre entry. Enter oin the day only
Junior under 17 (including full time students under 21) £25.00
Junior Course £15.00
For further information go to Information and under racing go to Inland series. See also sailing instructions.
Contact Bob Ingram 07889-161780
Terms of attendance
The UKWA reserves the right to exclude or expel any member / non member / family / group or individual from its event site should it be considered that they may by their actions or the perception of such bring the UKWA, its hosts other parties or individuals into disrepute. The UKWA Committee, in part or in it’s entirety, shall be the sole judge of such action, and their decision is deemed final.
Persons expelled shall leave the event site within 30 minutes of any verbal notice and shall not return. Exclusion may be deemed temporary (this event) or permanent (all events). Permanent expulsion shall be the decision of the elected committee and shall be confirmed in writing within 21 days of any temporary expulsion, however any excluded individual may not attend any UKWA events during this period of consideration.