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Lymignton Dinghy Regatta 2019

Saturday 13 & Sunday 14 July 2019

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The 2019 Lymington Dinghy Regatta, hosted jointly by the Royal Lymington Yacht Club and the Lymington Town Sailing Club, and generously sponsored by Harken UK, will be held on 13th & 14th July 2019 in Lymington. 

This promises to be a popular event which in previous years has attracted over 100 boats.  As a result there will be a cut of at 120 boats.  Racing will take place in the Western Solent on 2 courses. 

The event is open to any class of sailing dinghy.  Subject to entries there will be class starts for D-one, RS800, RS700, Merlin Rocket, Seafly, Firefly, Lightning 368, and RS Aero.  The Seafly National Championships will be held as part of the Regatta.  Classes may be started together to minimise delays between races.
 6 races are scheduled with 3 on each day. 
Registration will take place between 09:00hrs - 11:00hrs on Saturday 13th July and between 09:00hrs - 09:30hrs on Sunday 14th July at the Lymington Town Sailing Club.

There will be a regatta social held at the Royal Lymington Yacht Club on the evening of Saturday 13th July.  Tickets for this may be purchased online with your race entry or at registration.


Camping is available 5 mins walk away at the Sea Scouts (you can even sleep in the scout hut so no need to bring a tent), and there are loads of B&Bs in Lymington

Provisional Event Programme

Saturday 13th July

11:15 (LTSC Upstairs Bar) Competitor Briefing
TBA Sign On and Launch.
13:00 First Warning Signal: 3 Races Back to Back.
After racing Tea & Doughnuts in Sign Off Area at LTSC
After racing Regatta Supper and Party at RLymYC

Sunday 14th July

TBA Sign on and Launch.
10:30 First Warning Signal: 3 Races Back to Back.
Last Warning Signal not after 15:00.
After racing Tea & Doughnuts in Sign Off Area at LTSC
TBA* Prize Giving at LTSC
* or as soon as possible after racing.
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