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5 November - 6 November 2022 - Rutland SC

Harken RS End of Seasons Regatta 2022

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Welcome

We are thrilled that Harken are once again generously sponsoring our RS End of Seasons Regatta. Thank you Harken!  See our super event press release here   Please follow Harken on Instagram here 

This will be your Rooster National Tour's final event and will feature the tour's grand prize giving.  Thank you Rooster for supporting us throughout 2022 with our Rooster National Tours

Your Harken RS End of Seasons Regatta will be two days of fab fleet racing at a smashing venue run by a super race team with a great group meal on the Saturday night and fun and games in the bar afterwards

On the water

NOR here

SI here

Please note that RS Class Association membership is required for all RS fleet helms and crews.  You can buy one event membership with your online entry.  2000s must be raced with at least one 2000 Class Association member aboard.

Shoreside

Rutland SC have wonderful new caterers: Charnia Kitchen. Jenny, Max and the team are looking forward to hosting you to yummy home cooked food and drink all weekend.  More info on the cafe and bar here

Breakfast will be available from 0830hrs Sat and Sun (from hot breakfast rolls through to full English)

Please book for your Friday evening meal, Sat and Sun packed lunch and Saturday evening meal on the Rutland SC website here

(After Wed 2 Nov you will need to buy your meal tickets directly from Charnia Kitchen in person)

Saturday evening meal at 1900hrs, £10 per person: Main course: Beef lasagne with garlic bread and side salad OR Aubergine Parmagiana with garlic bread & side salad OR Fish pie, topped with mashed potato with garden peas, then Pudding: Chocolate Profiteroles OR Warm lemon cake with custard

Accommodation available on site in bunk rooms.  More accommodation info here

Any questions?  Please contact me clare@rs-association.com

Colourful RS400 kites photo by Peter Fothergill