End Season Final Fling - Rutland

Rutland SC are introducing online entry for the End of Seasons as part of their Symmetric Event on 19th and 20th October.

Online entry will open on the 1st September and there will be a late entry fee for entries received after 13th October. The online entry will be posted on the RSC website and social media.

By implication entry on the day may not be available.

2019 Wilkinson Sword

The Wilkinson Sword Series results after Scottish & Northern Championship held at Keilder Water SC are now available. Updated [11th September]

There are five teams who have completed the 5 events required to count and with only four points separating the top three and other teams currently counting four events there is all to play for at the End of Season Final Fling being hosted by Rutland SC!

?Irish Excursion 2020

Anyone fancy a European event in 2020? Next year the Royal Cork Yacht Club in Crosshaven in the Republic of Ireland is celebrating its 300th anniversary with a number of events through the summer. If we are interested the Club are minded to invite us to an Osprey event (to a format that suits us) on the week commencing 2nd August in parallel with the National 18 Class Championships.

Information currently known

Classic Boat Article

Classic Boat magazine have an article on the Osprey. Alan Henderson & Oscar Chess helped them with the article.

Two Ospreys were on show at the event. Mick Greenland's Grey & Yellow boat on the Osprey Class stand with a custom fit and lots of string! On the Hartley Boats stand was the new boat for John Shenton in white or grey [can't tell from the photos] with Teal highlights [centreboard case, foredeck & new cassette rudder stock.

Mick's boat was commended in the Y&Y Concours d'Elegance competition and was mentioned as such in the recent Sailjuice podcast.

The boat on the Hartley stand, was the new standard layout Mark V. It has single pole, and simpler systems, hence cleaner layout, and better pricing. Carbon spars and adjustable rigging were
included in that boat.

Some photos of both boats are below.





Mick Greenland's on Osprey Class stand

New cassette rudder stock Below

Rope strop mainsheet control below

View of cockpit looking aft below

The controls all nicely labelled below


John Shenton's boat with new standard boat layout

Another view of the new cassette rudder stock below

Two photographs of the simpler cockpit layout below


Finally a shot of Mark talking to an interested possible owner!