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Cascais Dragon World Championship

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CASCAIS DRAGON WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2017
The Royal Hellenic Cup

incorporating the
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP CORINTHIAN TROPHY
The Atkinson Corinthian Trophy

9 to 17 June 2017
CLUBE NAVAL DE CASCAIS
CASCAIS-PORTUGAL

NOTICE OF RACE


ORGANISING AUTHORITY

The Organising Authority (OA) is the Clube Naval de Cascais. The Clube Naval de Cascais recognises the assistance provided by the Portuguese Sailing Federation, the Portuguese Dragon Association and the International Dragon Association.

1 RULES
1.1 The regatta will be governed by the rules as defined in The Racing Rules of Sailing.
1.2 The Rules and Regulations of the International Dragon Association and the Dragon World Championship Rules will apply.
1.3 The prescriptions of the National Authority that will apply will be notified on the Official Notice Board.
1.4 In the event of conflict between the Notice of Race and the Sailing Instructions, the Sailing Instructions shall prevail (this changes RRS 63.7).

2 ADVERTISING
In accordance with Regulation 20.4.1, boats may be required to display advertising stickers chosen and supplied by the Organizing Authority.

3 ELIGIBILITY AND ENTRY
3.1 Only International Dragon Class boats holding valid Measurement Certificates shall compete.
3.2 Persons in charge of boats shall be up-to-date members of their National Dragon Association.
3.3 The entry criteria stated in sections 5 to 12, and the qualification criteria stated in sections 14 to 17 of the Dragon World Championship Rules shall apply.
3.4 A maximum of 80 entries will be accepted. 
3.5 Each National Association shall inform the Organising Authority of boats that will participate and qualify from its country, before 9th March 2017.
3.6 Formal entry from each boat shall be submitted via the entry web site on www.cncascais.com accompanied by the entry fee made payable to Clube Naval de Cascais (payment instructions in point 4.2 of this NOR).
3.7 Late entries may be accepted at the discretion of the OA and upon payment of a 50% entry penalty fee.
3.8 Entries will be finalised only upon completion of Registration.

4 FEES
4.1 The entry fee is 700 Euros.
4.2 Payments to be made to:
Bank: Novo Banco
Account Holder: Clube Naval de Cascais
Account number: 2460 0131 0004;
NIB: 0007 0246 0000 1310 004 62
IBAN: PT50 0007 0246 0000 1310 004 62
SWIFT/BIC: BESCPTPL
4.3 Please mark payment with Cascais Dragon World Championship 2017 and the name or sail number of boat. All charges relating to transfer of the entry fee shall be paid by the remitter. The fee will include launching, craning out, mooring, opening and closing receptions, competitors’ dinner, participation in the regatta, yacht and trailer parking from the 1st to 30th June.
4.4 Entries will not be confirmed until full payment is received. Entries, including the entry fee, shall be received prior to 09th May 2017.
4.5 Other Fees
The coach/support boat entry fee is 350 Euros and includes RIB parking onshore and berthing from 9th to 17th June, RIB hauling in and out, and social events for 1 person.

5 REGISTRATION & MEASUREMENT
5.1 All boats shall register at the event race office from 10:00h Friday, 9th June to 18:00h Sunday 11th June.
5.2 At registration Entrants shall present the boat’s Measurement Certificate, Insurance Policy and the Sail Registration Form.
5.3 Measurement of sails, weighing of the crews and measurement of boats will take place prior to the commencement of racing from Friday, 9th June 2017, 10.00h to Sunday, 11th June 2017, 18.00h according to the stipulations of the IDA Technical Committee.
5.4 Boats shall not present any unmeasured sails for registration and measurement.
5.5 No more than eight sails per boat may be submitted.
5.6 Boats shall not use any sail(s) other than the eight sails submitted for measurement except with the prior written permission of the Race Committee, and then only in exceptional circumstances. (App N2)
5.7 All participating boats shall be afloat and all crew weighed by the end of the registration period, that is, latest by 18:00 hours of 11th June.

6 BERTHING
Boats shall be kept in their assigned places in the harbour.
Boats will be moored at the Club swing moorings and at the Cascais Marina pontoons. Allocation of moorings will be at the sole discretion of the Organizing Authority.

7 SCHEDULE
7.1 Registration will take place from 9th June, 10:00h to 11th June 18:00h.
7.2 Measurement and Inspection will take place from 9th June, 10:00h to 11th June 18:00h
7.3 Dates and times of racing:

Date Day Time Event
11 June  Sunday  14:00 Practice Race 
12 June Monday 13:00 Race Day 1 
13 June Tuesday 13:00 Race Day 2 
14 June Wednesday 13:00 Race Day 3 
15 June Thursday 13:00 Race Day 4 
16 June Friday 13:00 Race Day 5 
17 June Saturday 13:00 Race Day 6

 

7.4 Number of races:
Ten races are scheduled.
7.5 Only one race shall be scheduled for the first and last days. A maximum of 8 races shall be scheduled on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th days. The schedule may be amended during the regatta to hold more than 2 races on any day if needed to complete a minimum regatta series.
7.6 On Saturday 17th June, no warning signal will be made after 16:00.
7.7 The Race Committee reserves the right to change the times in Schedule 8.3

8 COURSES
The courses to be sailed will be of windward/leeward type. The following charts will apply; Chart PT 526303 Baía de Cascais e Barras do Tejo and Chart PT 324204 Cabo da Roca ao Cabo de Sines. The Racing areas will be defined in the Sailing Instructions.

9 SAILING INSTRUCTIONS
The Sailing Instructions (SI) will be available from Friday, 9th June, 10:00h upon the boat registration at the Race Office and online at the event's Website.

10 INTERNATIONAL JURY
An International Jury will be appointed in accordance with Appendix N, RRS 89.2(b), from which there will be no appeal RRS 70.5

11 TROPHY & PRIZES
11.1 The title of World Champion will be awarded to the helmsman who has won the Championship. The Championship is a helmsmen’s event and no substitution of helmsmen is permitted
11.2 The trophy - The Royal Hellenic Cup known as Epathlon Vassileos - shall be held by the winning helmsman until the next Championship, but will remain the property of the donor. The holder shall be responsible for the care of the trophy (including insurance) and to see that it is in the hands of the Organising Authority by the start of the next Championship.
11.3 The Atkinson Corinthian Trophy will be awarded to the helmsman of the winning boat in the Corinthian series of the Dragon World Championship. The scoring will be the low point system as used in the World Championship except that in each race the first Corinthian boat will score a win, the second Corinthian boat will score a second and so on.
11.4 Masters Trophy (open to all competitors, Corinthians or Open) - will be awarded to the winning crew competing in the World Championship who are all over 50 years of age and have a combined age of over 165 years on the first scheduled day of racing. Competitors entering the World Championship should indicate to the organisers at registration if they are eligible for this Trophy.
11.5 Medals will be presented to the helmsmen and crew of the first three boats in the World Championship.
11.6 Other prizes may be awarded

12 CORINTHIAN DIVISION AND TROPHY - THE ATKINSON CORINTHIAN TROPHY
12.1 The Atkinson Corinthian Trophy will be awarded to the helmsman of the winning boat in the Corinthian Division of the Dragon World Championship.
12.2 For the Corinthian Division and Trophy the World Sailing Sailor Classification Code, Regulation 22, shall apply and all crew shall hold a valid Group 1 classification. Unclassified sailors will be deemed to be Group 3.
12.3 A boat entered in the Corinthian Division for the Corinthian Trophy shall also be entered automatically in the Open Division and shall be eligible for prizes and trophies in both divisions.
12.4 Details of the World Sailing Sailor Classification Code and information on how to apply can be found on the World Sailing website: www.sailing.org/classification
12.5 The closing date for the receipt of valid Corinthian entries shall be 9th May 2017. Each entry shall include a complete crew list and show the classification, World Sailing I/D number and classification expiry date for each crew.
12.6 All crew shall hold valid classifications from 9th May until after the regatta.Should a boat whose Corinthian entry has been checked and accepted need to change a crew member between the closing date of the entry and the start of the regatta, the name of the new crew member with their valid World Sailing I/D number must be submitted to the Organizing Authority for their approval.
12.7 All crew lists will be posted on the Official Notice Board or website.
12.8 A representative of the World Sailing Sailor Classification Commission may be present during registration and may carry out spot checks. Registration of a boat is not complete until the spot checks are completed.
12.9 The Classification Protest Time Limit is the end of protest time on the first day of racing.

13 SCORING
13.1 The Low Point System of Appendix A will apply.
13.2 5 races are required to be completed to constitute a series.
13.3 (a) When fewer than 6 races have been completed, a boat’s series score will be the total
of her race scores.
(b)When 6 or more races have been completed, a boat’s series score will be the total of her race scores excluding her worst score.

14 VHF RADIOS
14.1 A boat shall neither make radio transmissions while racing nor receive radio communications not available to all boats. This restriction also applies to mobile telephone communications.
14.2 Race information will be given on marine VHF (156-162MHz). The channel will be stated in the SI. Race Committee communication to the race team on the water shall not be available to competitors.
14.3 The Organiser reminds participants that the use of marine VHF is governed by the applicable laws. It is the owner’s/helmsman’s responsibility to fulfil all legal requirements to carry and use marine VHF radio on board a yacht.

15 SUPPORT BOATS
15.1 Team leaders, coaches and other support personnel may use “support craft” to assist their competitors on the water. They shall register at the regatta office during the registration period, presenting the boat’s insurance policy, providing details of their boats and distinctive identification, which shall include flying a WHITE flag showing the national 3 letter code in BLACK (minimum height 120mm) of the country of origin.
15.2 Coach/support boats shall not tow participant boats out to the race course (unless requested to by the Race Committee) and may only tow boats in after the last competitor has finished.
15.3 Subject to SI, team leaders, coaches and other support boats shall stay more than 150 metres to leeward of the starting line and from the leeward marks and from any racing boat from the time of the preparatory signal until all boats have finished the last race of the day, or all races are abandoned. Support boats may be allowed up the course on one specified side only if special dispensation has been granted by the IDA (via application to the Jury) for reasons of safety, health, tourism, spectating, or sponsor’s request. Such boats applying for dispensation shall not have a coach or World Sailing category 3 sailor on board. Support boats that have been granted dispensation will be issued with a different colour flag to Coach boats.
15.4 At all times, support boats shall comply with the directions given by the Race Committee. In particular this includes assisting with rescues when requested to do so.
15.5 Coach/support boats shall not contact their connected boats between races.
15.6 Support boats must be on call on VHF at all times.

16 DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY
Competitors participate in the regatta entirely at their own risk. See rule 4, Decision to Race. The organizing authority will not accept any liability for material damage or personal injury or death sustained in conjunction with or prior to, during, or after the regatta.
Clube Naval de Cascais or his staff will not accept any liability for any damage or loss caused to boats moored on the moorings supplied for the event.

17 INSURANCE
Each participating boat shall be insured with valid third-party liability insurance with a minimum cover of 1.500.000€ per incident or the equivalent.

18 VIDEO AND PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGE RIGHTS
Competitors give absolute right and permission for video footage or photographs of themselves or their boat to be published in any media for press, editorial or advertising purposes.

19 PARKING
A parking space will be allocated for each trailer. The Organising Authority will not be held liable for any damage to yachts or boats and/or trailers while parked in the Cascais Marina or the Club.

20 FURTHER INFORMATION
For further information please contact:
Clube Naval de Cascais
Esplanada Príncipe D. Luis Filipe
2750 – 411 Cascais – Portugal
Tel - + 351 21 483 01 25 <-> Fax - + 351 21 486 87 12
EMail – regatas@cncascais.com <-> Web Site - www.cncascais.com

 

CASCAIS DRAGON WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2017
The Royal Hellenic Cup
incorporating the
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP CORINTHIAN TROPHY
The Atkinson Corinthian Trophy
 
9 to 17 June 2017
CLUBE NAVAL DE CASCAIS
CASCAIS-PORTUGAL
 
NOTICE OF RACE
 
ORGANISING AUTHORITY
The Organising Authority (OA) is the Clube Naval de Cascais. The Clube Naval de Cascais recognises the assistance provided by the Portuguese Sailing Federation, the Portuguese Dragon Association and the International Dragon Association. 
 
1. RULES
1.1 The regatta will be governed by the rules as defined in The Racing Rules of Sailing.
1.2 The Rules and Regulations of the International Dragon Association and the Dragon World Championship Rules will apply.
1.3 The prescriptions of the National Authority that will apply will be notified on the Official Notice Board.
1.4 In the event of conflict between the Notice of Race and the Sailing Instructions, the Sailing Instructions shall prevail (this changes RRS 63.7).
 
2 ADVERTISING
In accordance with Regulation 20.4.1, boats may be required to display advertising stickers chosen and supplied by the Organizing Authority.
 
3 ELIGIBILITY AND ENTRY
3.1 Only International Dragon Class boats holding valid Measurement Certificates shall compete.
3.2 Persons in charge of boats shall be up-to-date members of their National Dragon Association.  
3.3 The entry criteria stated in sections 5 to 12, and the qualification criteria stated in sections 14 to 17 of the Dragon World Championship Rules shall apply.
3.4 Each National Association shall inform the Organising Authority of boats that will participate and qualify from its country, before 9th March 2017. 
3.5 Formal entry from each boat shall be submitted via the entry web site on www.cncascais.com accompanied by the entry fee made payable to Clube Naval de Cascais (payment instructions in point 4.2 of this NOR). 
3.6 Late entries may be accepted at the discretion of the OA and upon payment of a 50% entry penalty fee. 
3.6 Entries will be finalised only upon completion of Registration.
 
4 FEES
4.1 The entry fee is 700 Euros. 
4.2 Payments to be made to: 
Bank: Novo Banco 
Account Holder: Clube Naval de Cascais 
Account number: 2460 0131 0004; 
NIB: 0007 0246 0000 1310 004 62
IBAN: PT50 0007 0246 0000 1310 004 62
SWIFT/BIC: BESCPTPL 
4.3 Please mark payment with Cascais Dragon World Championship 2017 and the name or sail number of boat. All charges relating to transfer of the entry fee shall be paid by the remitter. The fee will include launching, craning out, mooring, opening and closing receptions, competitors’ dinner, participation in the regatta, yacht and trailer parking from the 1st to 30th June. 
4.4 Entries will not be confirmed until full payment is received. Entries, including the entry fee, shall be received prior to 09th May 2017.
4.5 Other Fees
The coach/support boat entry fee is 350 Euros and includes RIB parking onshore and berthing from 9th to 17th June, RIB hauling in and out, and social events for 1 person. 
 
5 REGISTRATION & MEASUREMENT
5.1 All boats shall register at the event race office from 10:00h Friday, 9th June to 18:00h Sunday 11th June.        
5.2 At registration Entrants shall present the boat’s Measurement Certificate, Insurance Policy and the Sail Registration Form.
5.3 Measurement of sails, weighing of the crews and measurement of boats will take place prior to the commencement of racing from Friday, 9th June 2017, 10.00h to Sunday, 11th June 2017, 18.00h according to the stipulations of the IDA Technical Committee.
5.4 Boats shall not present any unmeasured sails for registration and measurement.
5.5 No more than eight sails per boat may be submitted.
5.6 Boats shall not use any sail(s) other than the eight sails submitted for measurement except with the prior written permission of the Race Committee, and then only in exceptional circumstances. (App N2)
5.7 All participating boats shall be afloat and all crew weighed by the end of the registration period, that is, latest by 18:00 hours of 11th June.
 
6 BERTHING
Boats shall be kept in their assigned places in the harbour.
Boats will be moored at the Club swing moorings and at the Cascais Marina pontoons. Allocation of moorings will be at the sole discretion of the Organizing Authority.
 
7 SCHEDULE
7.1 Registration will take place from 9th June, 10:00h to 11th June 18:00h.
7.2 Measurement and Inspection will take place from 9th June, 10:00h to 11th June 18:00h 
7.3 Dates and times of racing:
 
Date Day Time Event
11 June Sunday 14:00 Practice Race 
12 June Monday 13:00 Race Day 1 
13 June Tuesday 13:00 Race Day 2 
14 June Wednesday 13:00 Race Day 3 
15 June Thursday 13:00 Race Day 4 
16 June Friday 13:00 Race Day 5 
17 June Saturday 13:00 Race Day 6 
 
7.4 Number of races:
Ten races are scheduled. 
7.5 Only one race shall be scheduled for the first and last days. A maximum of 8 races shall be scheduled on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th days. The schedule may be amended during the regatta to hold more than 2 races on any day if needed to complete a minimum regatta series. 
7.6 On Saturday 17th June, no warning signal will be made after 16:00. 
7.7       The Race Committee reserves the right to change the times in Schedule 8.3
 
8 COURSES
The courses to be sailed will be of windward/leeward type. The following charts will apply; Chart PT 526303 Baía de Cascais e Barras do Tejo and Chart PT 324204 Cabo da Roca ao Cabo de Sines.  The Racing areas will be defined in the Sailing Instructions.
 
9 SAILING INSTRUCTIONS
The Sailing Instructions (SI) will be available from Friday, 9th June, 10:00h upon the boat registration at the Race Office and online at the event's Website. 
 
10 INTERNATIONAL JURY
An International Jury will be appointed in accordance with Appendix N, RRS 89.2(b), from which there will be no appeal RRS 70.5
 
11 TROPHY & PRIZES
11.1 The title of World Champion will be awarded to the helmsman who has won the Championship.  The Championship is a helmsmen’s event and no substitution of helmsmen is permitted
11.2 The trophy - The Royal Hellenic Cup known as Epathlon Vassileos - shall be held by the winning helmsman until the next Championship, but will remain the property of the donor. The holder shall be responsible for the care of the trophy (including insurance) and to see that it is in the hands of the Organising Authority by the start of the next Championship.
11.3 The Atkinson Corinthian Trophy will be awarded to the helmsman of the winning boat in the Corinthian series of the Dragon World Championship. The scoring will be the low point system as used in the World Championship except that in each race the first Corinthian boat will score a win, the second Corinthian boat will score a second and so on.
11.4 Masters Trophy (open to all competitors, Corinthians or Open) - will be awarded to the winning crew competing in the World Championship who are all over 50 years of age and have a combined age of over 165 years on the first scheduled day of racing. Competitors entering the World Championship should indicate to the organisers at registration if they are eligible for this Trophy.
11.5 Medals will be presented to the helmsmen and crew of the first three boats in the World Championship.
11.6 Other prizes may be awarded
 
12 CORINTHIAN DIVISION AND TROPHY 
THE ATKINSON CORINTHIAN TROPHY
12.1 The Atkinson Corinthian Trophy will be awarded to the helmsman of the winning boat in the Corinthian Division of the Dragon World Championship. 
12.2 For the Corinthian Division and Trophy the World Sailing Sailor Classification Code, Regulation 22, shall apply and all crew shall hold a valid Group 1 classification. Unclassified sailors will be deemed to be Group 3. 
12.3 A boat entered in the Corinthian Division for the Corinthian Trophy shall also be entered automatically in the Open Division and shall be eligible for prizes and trophies in both divisions. 
12.4 Details of the World Sailing Sailor Classification Code and information on how to apply can be found on the World Sailing website: www.sailing.org/classification 
12.5 The closing date for the receipt of valid Corinthian entries shall be 9th May 2017. Each entry shall include a complete crew list and show the classification, World Sailing I/D number and classification expiry date for each crew. 
12.6 All crew shall hold valid classifications from 9th May until after the regatta.Should a boat whose Corinthian entry has been checked and accepted need to change a crew member between the closing date of the entry and the start of the regatta, the name of the new crew member with their valid World Sailing I/D number must be submitted to the Organizing Authority for their approval. 
12.7 All crew lists will be posted on the Official Notice Board or website. 
12.8 A representative of the World Sailing Sailor Classification Commission may be present during registration and may carry out spot checks. Registration of a boat is not complete until the spot checks are completed. 
12.9 The Classification Protest Time Limit is the end of protest time on the first day of racing.
 
13 SCORING
13.1 The Low Point System of Appendix A will apply.
13.2 5 races are required to be completed to constitute a series.
13.3 (a) When fewer than 6 races have been completed, a boat’s series score will be the total 
             of her race scores.
(b)When 6 or more races have been completed, a boat’s series score will be the total of her race scores excluding her worst score.
 
14 VHF RADIOS
14.1 A boat shall neither make radio transmissions while racing nor receive radio communications not available to all boats. This restriction also applies to mobile telephone communications.
14.2 Race information will be given on marine VHF (156-162MHz). The channel will be stated in the SI. Race Committee communication to the race team on the water shall not be available to competitors.
14.3 The Organiser reminds participants that the use of marine VHF is governed by the applicable laws. It is the owner’s/helmsman’s responsibility to fulfil all legal requirements to carry and use marine VHF radio on board a yacht.
 
15 SUPPORT BOATS
15.1 Team leaders, coaches and other support personnel may use “support craft” to assist their competitors on the water. They shall register at the regatta office during the registration period, presenting the boat’s insurance policy, providing details of their boats and distinctive identification, which shall include flying a WHITE flag showing the national 3 letter code in BLACK (minimum height 120mm) of the country of origin.
15.2 Coach/support boats shall not tow participant boats out to the race course (unless requested to by the Race Committee) and may only tow boats in after the last competitor has finished. 
15.3 Subject to SI, team leaders, coaches and other support boats shall stay more than 150 metres to leeward of the starting line and from the leeward marks and from any racing boat from the time of the preparatory signal until all boats have finished the last race of the day, or all races are abandoned. Support boats may be allowed up the course on one specified side only if special dispensation has been granted by the IDA (via application to the Jury) for reasons of safety, health, tourism, spectating, or sponsor’s request. Such boats applying for dispensation shall not have a coach or World Sailing category 3 sailor on board. Support boats that have been granted dispensation will be issued with a different colour flag to Coach boats. 
15.4 At all times, support boats shall comply with the directions given by the Race Committee. In particular this includes assisting with rescues when requested to do so.
15.5 Coach/support boats shall not contact their connected boats between races.
15.6 Support boats must be on call on VHF at all times.
 
16 DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY
Competitors participate in the regatta entirely at their own risk. See rule 4, Decision to Race. The organizing authority will not accept any liability for material damage or personal injury or death sustained in conjunction with or prior to, during, or after the regatta. 
Clube Naval de Cascais or his staff will not accept any liability for any damage or loss caused to boats moored on the moorings supplied for the event.
 
17 INSURANCE
Each participating boat shall be insured with valid third-party liability insurance with a minimum cover of 1.500.000€ per incident or the equivalent. 
 
18 VIDEO AND PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGE RIGHTS
Competitors give absolute right and permission for video footage or photographs of themselves or their boat to be published in any media for press, editorial or advertising purposes.
 
19 PARKING
A parking space will be allocated for each trailer. The Organising Authority will not be held liable for any damage to yachts or boats and/or trailers while parked in the Cascais Marina or the Club.
 
20 FURTHER INFORMATION
For further information please contact:
Clube Naval de Cascais
Esplanada Príncipe D. Luis Filipe
2750 – 411 Cascais – Portugal 
Tel - + 351 21 483 01 25 <-> Fax - + 351 21 486 87 12
EMail – regatas@cncascais.com <-> Web Site - www.cncascais.com

 

Nº de Vela Barco Clube Timoneiro Tripulação
AUS 225 Dragonfly Royal Freshwater Bay William Packer Julian Harding
Denis Cullity
Aus223 Hombre Royal Freahwater Bay Yacht Club Trish Ford
71 Gunter Rcnb/Nyyc Javier Scherk
FRA 365 AR YOULEG SRD GUYADER CHRISTIAN CHAPALAIN GWENAEL
LE CHAT ERWAN
1102 LiLu VSaC, CYC Philipp Pe Roman Koch
Ralf Nagel
POR47 Catarina CNCascais Manuel Durães Rocha
POR50 Christmas III CNCascais Pedro Mendes Leal
POR56 Peggy CNCascais Miguel Magalhães
POR57 Whisper CNCascais Mário Quina
POR64 Lady Taty CNCascais Patrick Monteiro de Barros
POR65 Pamalicam CNCascais Francisco de Lacerda
POR66 Drago CNCascais José SM Matoso
POR68 Nice Shot CNCascais José Carlos Pina
GER 1180 Rosie NRV Benjamin Morgen Karl Morgen
Nicolas Raedecke
FRA391 Ulysse SN GRAU DU ROI PORT CAMARGUE breger jean Gout Christhian
Aunette Gaetan
GER 1163 straight dealer NRV Christian Einfeldt Alexander Plath
Klaas Ebeling
GERNF10 Smaug NRV Nicola Friesen Vincent Hoesch
Frithjof Kleen
FRA 413 Nenette Société des Régates de DOUARNENEZ GUILLOU Gauthier L'HOSTIS Guillaume
THOMAS Gauthier
FRA 420 OUTLAW C V Arcachon BASEDEN Stephane AUCOUR Patrick
RAMBEAU Pascal
POR 40 Dragul CNC Jose Bello Bernardo Tores Pego
GBR Jerboa RTorbayYC Gavia Wilkinson-Cox Mark Hart
Philip Catmur
SUI-318 Pumper Nickel II Royal Southern Yacht Club Wolf Waschkuhn Davide Bortolotto
Matteo
GBR801 ALFIE GLANDORE LAWRIE SMITH VITOR HUGO ROCHA
RUBEN CASTELL SOLE
GONCALO DUARTE RIBEIRO
POR43 MARIA3 CLUBE VELA ATLANTICO HENRIQUE COSTA E SILVA
SUI 313 FREE SKE, SNST, KYC dirk oldenburg Theis Palm
Dominik Zycki
GER 1113 Goldkante LYC Tanja Jacobsohn Bernhard
EST 17 Vitamin ONE PJK Mihkel Kosk Aare Võsu
Niklas Jansson
GBR761 JERBOA RTYC Gavia Wilkinson-Cox Mark Hart
Philip Catmur
SUI 288 Kalliston NRV Justus Kniffka Jorge Lima
Jose Luis Costa
GBR748 Sanka Cowes Corinthian Yacht Club Dave Ross Alex Dobson
Paul Blowers
RUS 98 Zenith YCSpb Goikhberg Igor Sadchykov Roman
Berezkin Dmitry
Barco
Timoneiro
Tripulação
Sem tripulação
Tripulante

 

The Organizing Authority stablished an agreement with the Travel Agency “Em Viagem, to help competitors to find the most suitable and affordable solutions for accommodations and travel issues.

For Travel and Accommodations please contact: 

Name of Contact : Luiz Castro
Email: luiz.castro@emviagem.pt
Telephone: +351 211 165 662
Skype: luiz.emviagem

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