Barts Bash is on 20th September
Join us at 9.30 on 20th September for a fun race and be part of a worldwide race with thousands of competitors at over 400 clubs. Last years race saw 40+ boats out at MPSC with racers from just 2 weeks experience up to somewhat more than a couple of years! We are planning to try to get more people out on the water this year.
What is going on?
In the morning there will be one handicap race (where all the boats start at the same time). If you are new to racing – don’t worry there will be lots of help and advice available! After this race there may well be a barbeque put on by the club for lunch (depending on how many are interested – please mail me if you may want some food)
In the afternoon there will be more serious racing if you fancy it….and why wouldn’t you? 🙂
Unfortunately there will be no Junior sail on Saturday the 19th as we are transferring to the Sunday for the day.
I need a boat!
All the club boats will be on the water. It would be good to book those. A booking sheet is up in the club house – if all the boats go – there will be space to share the bahias and space on other boats.
The cost for the day will be the standard training charge.
There will be loads to do. How about baking a cake to sell at the event?
On the day- We need help to register the racers. we will need photographers, depending on the number of safety boats there may be an opportunity for a photographer on a boat. We will need to have people to help on safety boats. we will need help in the galley and barbequing.
Either mail me or sign up in the clubhouse.
What to do?
Before the day
- Bake cakes
- Book a boat in the clubhouse
- Tell us if you want a barbeque lunch
On the day
- Get to the club at 9.30 ready to race by 10.15
- If you aren’t racing we need your help its better than sitting around getting board!
- Have loads of fun
- Enjoy a barbeque
- Stay for more racing in the afternoon
- Chat with friends and plan your upcoming sailing adventures….
‘Barts Bash’ is a fantastic initiative that both celebrates the life of Olympic sailor Andrew Simpson and raises awareness and funds for the foundation setup in his honour, helping youngsters find their way into sailing to get the chance to enjoy our sport in the same way we do.
So, if you remember last years event you’ll remember what an utter utter laugh it was. “The best days sailing I’ve ever had” was a comment regularly heard during the day so lets do it! 40+ boats is the goal (as well as Steve Grant defending his ‘1st Comet in the world’ title!!)