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2016 Osprey Nationals

Entry List  up to 28 entries as of 22nd June

The headline sponsor of the Mumbles Nationals will be Hartley Boats.

We also have a dazzling array of other sponsors supporting the event. They include Rain and Sun Covers who are kindly donated a cover to encourage early entries. The draw has been made from everyone who has entered their boat by May 31, there were 24 boats who made the date. See press release for winner.

 Time will soon be up for early entry discount which ends on 30th June, so get your entries in.

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Latest information

First event in the Lakes & Borders Circuit took place at Largs SC on 18th & 19th June. The winners being Viola & Mike Scott. Report by Alan Henderson on main web site.

 Mumbles Regatta took place over weekend of 11th & 12th June. Report and results by David Downs.

Coniston Regatta took place over the late May Bank Holiday and the report by ArtyB is available.

Southern Area Championship will be part of Weymouth Regatta on 9th & 10th July. Note - Weymouth Regatta on-line entry is closed with 122 boats registered. 14 Ospreys entered from the 34 in the double-handed section. There are 88 single-handed entries. Contact organising authority if you want to see if they will squeeze you in.



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:

  • Canada - primarily at Surrey SC, White Rock Vancouver

  • Cyprus

  • Great Britain - many clubs

  • Nigeria - primarily Lagos YC, Lagos

  • Kenya - Mombasa YC

Please get in touch even if listed above and let the class know where Ospreys are being sailed together with the numbers.

Several maps relating to 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 unknown to the Osprey Class [70S 70E].