2018 Survey on Nationals Length

The results of the survey conducted of class members in summary was:

  • 31 for 'the 4 day championships'
  • 7 for 'a week long championships'
  • 23 for 'a week long Championships at Mounts Bay reverting to 4 days for subsequent Nationals'

However when assessing the comments, 9 of those voting for the 4 day championships said they would be prepared to do a week long championships at Mounts Bay.

The Committee discussed this at length and felt the results showed a stronger case for 4 days than a week at Mounts Bay and long term confirmed subsequent Nationals will be 4 days long.

2018 Wilkinson Sword Trophy

The current standings with the final event left in the series.

Shoreham rerun is happening on Sunday 28th October as a one day event and everybody is welcome. I will open the bar on Saturday if people want to come the day before. We are planning an 11 o'clock start.
John & Caz

On change of ownership a new measurement certificate must be obtained. A new certificate can be obtained from the class secretary [This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.]. Please if possible send a copy of the existing certificate with your request for a new one.

To legally race each boat must have a valid certificate.

Please note that the responsibility for the Osprey Class Measurement Rules passed to the Osprey Class Association and the new Copyright holder from the RYA in November 2005. Additionally the responsibility for having new boats measured and existing boats re-measured, as necessary, passed to the Osprey Class Association.

Owners planning to make changes to their boats in light of rule changes are reminded that it is their responsibility to ensure any changes they make, comply with the official Osprey Class Measurement Rules. So if you are planning work on your boat please check with the Technical Officer that what you have in mind will be within the Class Measurement Rules.

The copy of the Osprey Class Measurement Rules published by the Osprey Class Association and the Copyright Holder is now available. Older copies of the class measurement rules may be made available.

 

 

The last published RYA copy of the Osprey Class Measurement Rules, published in 2004, is available by request.