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Dinghy Fleet Racing

Selecting the right fleet for you

Please speak with the OOD (Officer Of The Day) or Fleet Captain if you would like to sail with a different fleet (e.g. due to experience, conditions etc.)


Fast Asymmetric

Asymmetric dinghies with PY 1005 or less. Classes in the fleet include: D-One, RS 700 and K6 (OSC has the largest K6 fleet in the country). Foiling International Moths also sail with this fleet; asymmetric cats are welcome.

This fleet sails a windward, leeward course.

Sunday first start: 11:00, races back to back

Contact: Asymmetric Fleet Captain, Martin Gibson. Email Martin

Contact: RS 800 Fleet Captain: Position vacant


Fast

Fast dinghies with PY 1050 and less. The fast handicap fleet includes Contenders, Albacores and RS 600s: check out the results for a full list.

Sunday start time: 11:03

Contact: Fleet Captain: Tony Brooks. Email Tony


ILCA (including Lasers racing to ILCA Class Rules)

ILCA 7 / Standard, ILCA 6 / Radial and ILCA 4 / 4.7 rigs race together from a shared start. Usually this is the largest fleet in the club.

Sunday start time: 11:06

Contact: Fleet Captain: Andrew Perrott. Email Andrew


Slow

This consists of asymmetric and non-asymmetric dinghies with PY 1051 and above including K1, 2000, RS Vareo, Lightening, Solos and Toppers while RS Aero 7s are growing in number.

Sunday start time: 11:09

Contact: Fleet Captain: Geoff Worrall. Email Geoff


Novice & Casual

This fleet welcomes asymmetric and non-asymmetric dinghies. See Organised Club Sailing Groups for more information about this fleet.


Contact: Fleet Captain: Tony Bell. Email Tony


Racing documents, Sailing Instructions (SIs) etc.

Click here to access the members portal dinghy racing section

New state of the art race automated start & finish system

Our latest investment in fleet racing is the SailRace digital automated start and finish system now fitted to 'Lightning Sue'

Farmoor race marks & buoys

The nominal positions of permanent race marks are shown here:


This image shows the GPS positions of marks overlaid on the Farmoor depth survey & satellite image.

Last updated 08:23 on 18 June 2024

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