2019 PRACC Dates

24th March : PRACC 1

Hampton Court MYC, Rick Pond Hampton Court Park, London, KT6 4HN

14th April : PRACC 2

Sedgemoor MBC, Apex Lake Highbridge, Burnham on Sea, TA8 1LU

19th May : PRACC 3

Yeovil DMBC, Sutton Bingham Reservoir Sutton Hill nr Yeovil, BA22 9QP

2nd June : PRACC 4

Eastbourne & District MYC, Princes Park Winchelsea Road , Eastbourne, BN22 7PR

7th July : PRACC 5

Bournville Radio Sailing & MBC, Valley Parkway Bournville Lane, Birmingham, B30 1QS

3rd Aug – 4th Aug : MYA A Class National Championship & PRACC 6

Fleetwood MY&PBC FY7 7JL

1st September : PRACC 7

Woodspring MSC, Esplanade Road Portishead, Bristol, BS20 7JA

19th October : MYA A Class Veteran Championship

Gosport MYBC, Walpole Park South Street,Gosport, PO12 1FA

20th October : PRACC 8

Gosport MYBC, Walpole Park South Street, Gosport, PO12 1FA

3rd November :  PRACC 9

Poole RYC, Poole Park,Poole, BH14 8DX

Scoring for PRACC Series

The winner will get one more point than the number of competitors subject to a minimum of 20 points.  This, hopefully, encourages skippers to attend those events that have lower entries.  The National Championships will be regarded as a normal event in that there are no additional points awarded because it is a 2 day meeting.  Previously your chances of winning or achieving a high place in the series was made difficult if you didn’t attend the Nationals and thereby benefit from the “bonus” points awarded so we now have a more level playing field for all.

From the qualifying events the best 5 results will count towards the final position in the series.  As in previous years any skipper that gives up their sailing in order to help run an event will be awarded average points at the end of the series.  Also the GERRY GRAY Trophy will be awarded to the highest placed skipper who has attended the largest number of events throughout the year

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