125th REGATTA CELEBRATION PARTY
ROWING & SUP EVENTS
|125th Regatta Celebration Party:||13th July at Point Quay||Start at 6.00 pm|
|Children’s Sports:||14th July on the Green||Start at 3.00 pm|
|Crabbing Competition:||14th July at Point Quay||Start at 4.15 pm|
|Sailing Regatta:||14th July at Point Quay||First Race at 5.45 pm|
|Ecumenical Service:||15th July at Point Quay||Start 10.30 am|
|Rowing Events:||15th July at Point Quay||From 5.30 pm|
Teas and light refreshments will be available from the Marquee from 4.30 pm. (Proceeds from the sale of refreshments to Regatta Funds)
The Committee wish to thank all Patrons and Friends who have helped in the organisation of this Regatta, the 125th Celebration Party, Children’s Sports and Rowing Events.
|Life President:||Charles Warren|
|Life Vice President:||Graham Crocker|
|Race Officer:||Henry Metcalfe|
|Refreshments:||Penpol & Point W.I.|
|Anne Rogers||Jan Pentreath||Anji Blackman|
|Nantrisack||Camelot House||Ebb Tide|
|Chycoose Farm||Ropewalk||Point Green|
|Tel: 01872 865453||Tel: 01872 862838||Tel: 01872 865863|
All crafts competing in the Regatta must have Public Liability insurance cover to a minimum of £3 Million.
The Committee requires that Competitors under the age of sixteen years wear lifejackets or buoyancy aids when participating in the Regatta. Competitors are responsible for providing their own lifejackets or buoyancy aids.
Competitors participate in the Regatta at their own risk. See RRR rule, Decisions to Race. The Committee of the Point & Penpoll Regatta will not accept any liability for material damage or personal injury or death sustained in conjunction with, prior to, during or after the Regatta.
The Committee will not be held responsible for any accident, howsoever caused, to SPECTATORS or PARTICIPANTS at the Regatta or any associated events. Parents/Guardians are held to be responsible for their children under the age of 16 for the duration of the Regatta.
Please help us to care for the environment by not dropping litter and recycling your waste into the appropriate bins.
The Committee would like to thank Feock Parish Council and the Point Quay Association for permission to hold the events on the Green and the Quay. Many thanks to the members of the WI for organising the refreshments and also to the residents of Point & Penpol for their contributions and the provision of electricity.
High Water Falmouth: 19.14 pm BST Height: 5.4 m
Warning Horn: 5.35 pm Preparatory Horn: 5.40 pm
|Race No.||Start Horn||Course||Course Colour|
|1.||Pico Class (Point/Penpoll & Archer Trophy)||5.45||1 (2 rounds)||Green|
|2 Handed and Single Handed|
|Mirror Class (Vage Trophy)||1||Green|
|2.||Laser Class (Warrac Trophy)||5.50||1||Green|
|3.||St Mawes One Design (Allen Trophy)||5.55||1||Green|
|4.||Handicap Dinghies (Penpoll Trophy)||6.00||1||Green|
|5.||Shrimpers (Reg Mitchell Trophy)||6.05||1 or 2||Black|
|6.||Asymmetric Dinghies (John Ellicott Trophy)||6.10||1||Green|
|7.||Handicap Yachts (Kingsley Cruise Trophy)||6.15||1 or 2||Black|
|8.||Sunbeam Class (Adshead Trophy)||6.20||1||Black|
|Gaffers (Charlie Trebilcock Trophy)||1||Black|
|Ajax (Yacht Care Co. Cup)||1||Black|
|9.||Working Boats 25ft & over (Gill Trophy)||6.25||1||Black|
|10.||Working boats under 25ft||6.30||1||Black|
|(Sir Roland Smith Trophy)|
The start for the first Class will be the Preparatory Horn for the second class and so on. The Committee may make any necessary programme alterations and shall have the final decision in all disputes. Protest flags must be flown. Notice of protest must be given to the Race Officer within fifteen minutes of the finish of the last race.
Prizes will be presented for the first three in each Class.
Prizes for Working Boats will be: £25, £20, £15.
Each entry will receive a commemorative pennant to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the Point & Penpoll Regatta.
All Prizes and Trophies are to be collected from the Quay or within 7 days from Trevor Pooley, ‘Bojewyan’, Chycoose Farm, Point. Tel: 01872 865352
Available from the PoFSA website, from entry boats on the water or the Race Office on Point Quay.
Boats will sail on one of the courses detailed below.
Course numbers will be displayed at the Preparatory Horn of each race.
The Start Line is between a Floating Buoy (white) and a White Outer Distance Mark and is an extension of the White Transit Poles on Point Quay. Triangle in Front. At the start Point Quay is left to PORT.
The Finishing Line is between the Floating Buoy (white) and the White Transit Pole on Point Quay, triangle in front. POINT QUAY left to STARBOARD.
If a boat is over the Start Line at the Start, a second horn will be sounded. If a boat fails to return, it will be disqualified. The P.A. System may be used to inform the boat that it is over the line.
Rules 44.1 & 44.2 are amended to allow infringements to perform a 360° turn instead of a 720° turn.
Red flags in Restronguet Creek denote shallow water. Shortened course(s) will be displayed if necessary.
No boat will be timed in after 8.00 pm.
Beware Carick Carlys Rocks at Entrance to Creek
Sunday 15th June 2018 from 5.30pm
If possible, the following will be arranged:
Hot refreshments provided by the PQA will be on sale during the events.
A Raffle will take place during the events.
|Loe Beach||9th June||1st June|
|Falmouth Town||16th June||8th June|
|St Mawes Town||30th June||3rd August|
|Point & Penpoll||14th July||29th June|
|St Mawes Social Club||21st July||6th July|
|Flushing||28th July||27th July|
|Portscatho||25th August||24th August|
|Percuil||26th August||25th August|
The harbour office has recently purchased the marina complex at Malpas. This Facility will provide much improved visitor access for those wishing to come ashore. We will be undertaking a programme of improvements over the next 12 months.
Berth alongside the historic wharves at Town Quay, Worths Quay and Garras Wharf, where fresh water, waste disposal, electricity, shower and toilet facilities are all available. The channel is marked all the way from Malpas by buoys and beacons, with depths of 3.5m at MHWS. Nearby restaurants, cinema, post office, etc.
Pontoons are located near Turnaware Bar, Ruan River and Malpas for both short stay and overnight visits where our Patrol Officers will collect any fees due.
Pontoons and alongside Quays are available between October 1st and April 30th at competitive prices for the winter period.