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2016 National Championships - Mumbles YC Thursday 11th to Sunday 14th August
The Osprey Class Association
Looks forward to an exciting 2016 with the launch of the Mk5 version of the Osprey [teaser pictures below]. It is thought 20 new boats have been ordered. How many will make the National Championships?
We also welcome the Contender Class to the Hartley range of boats.
The 2015/2016 GJW SuilJuice Winter Series Bloody Mary took place at Queen Mary SC on Saturday 9th January 2016 and 4 Ospreys sailed. Unfortunately one did not finish for some reason, but the other 3 finished 20th [1290 Martin Cooney & Peter Frith], 35th [1281 Terry Curtis & Richard Burton] and 37th [1347 Phil Meakins & Ben Meakins] out of the 217 finishers.
Class Discussion Forum
Boats for sale
Equipment for sale
2106 Starcross Steamer report is available
Four more maps have been added showing which clubs have hosted Inland Championships, Southern Area Championships, Scottish & Northern Championships and Welsh & Midlands Championships.
Congratulations to Terry Curtis & Richard Burton in 1281 [3rd overall] and Phil Meakins & crew [15th overall] at the GJW SailJuice Datchet Flyer held over weekend 12th & 13th December 2015. Matt Burge who has sailed an Osprey came 2nd overall sailing a Fireball. Full results.
Updated Measurement Rules have been posted on main web site.
Several maps of
information about the Osprey class are now available.
No, there are not Ospreys ice yachting in Antarctica;
just a convenient location to place those sail numbers which were not issued
[70S 70W], destroyed/scrapped/written off [70S 0] or have a location inknown to
the Osprey Class [70S 70E].
Help is requested in tracking down where in the world Ospreys are currently sailed and raced, especially raced. The class is currently aware of the following countries where Ospreys are raced:
Please get in touch even if listed above and let the class know where Ospreys are being sailed together with the numbers.
A map of where Ospreys are being sailed and where they have been sailed is now available. No, there are not Ospreys ice yachting in Antarctica, just a convenient location to place those for whom a location is unknown.
Classic & Vintage Racing Dinghy Assocation (CVRDA)
There is to be a National Meeting on 18th & 19th July 2015 at Roadford Lake SC. More information.
The latest Osprey sail number thought to meet the at least 25 years old qualification requirement is 1264.