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Peter Andreae Race

Peter Andreae Trophy


Our annual Peter Andreae Trophy Race is for under 21s sailing double-handed in Scows. Also known as the Kelly Ship, the trophy consists of a silver model of a Lymington Pram, bearing at its masthead, the Club burgee.

The origin of the trophy is a sad one: "The most lucrative annual prizes for young members of the Club are those of the "Peter Andreae" Competition. This year's (1965) event was saddened by the news of the death of the donor, Herman Andreae, a Life Member of the Club. In memory of his son, Peter, who was lost at sea in a yachting accident before the First World War, he presented a sum of money, the dividends from which were to form the annual prize for a competition amongst members under twenty-one years of age".
 

Peter Andreae Trophy 2021 Results

Tuesday 27th December 2021


Congratulations to our 2021 winners and to all who took part:

1st - Jonny Rogers and Ben McEwen
2nd - Dirk Rogers and William McEwen
3rd - Amelia and William Hutchins

Photos by Paul French
Cash prizes will be awarded. The event is run using a round robin league system with a final comprising 1, 2, or 3 final races depending on the time available.
 
  1. Competitors are asked to be at the Club by 0900hrs in order to help rig scows and leave time to register in.
  2. All competitors MUST have registered before the briefing at 0945hrs. The first start will be as near 1000hrs as possible.
    Note: Late entries cannot be accepted.
  3. The racing will be held in Scows. Younger and smaller helms will be permitted to take other junior crews.
  4. Competitors must be Members of the Club and under 21 years of age on the 27th December 2021.
  5. Competitors will be divided up into three groups (Junior, Intermediate and Senior) for the purpose of awarding the prize money. Your date of birth is ESSENTIAL when entering below.
  6. The event will be run in a series of heats or races depending on the numbers and a final incorporating an equal number of competitors from each group.


Entry fee: £7.50 (incudes boat hire)