Weymouth GP May17/18 WPNSA 2014

The Weymouth GP to be held at the Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy is this weekend!!

The NoR is here: WPNSA – NOR Grand Prix Open Meeting 2014


The club will be open from 08:00.

When you arrive, you may access the dinghy park through Gate 4 (please see attached plan) with the code (available from reception, open until 5pm Friday or from 8am Saturday).  You can then drop off your boat in the allocated zones of 4, 5 & 6 of the dinghy park and park your vehicle in the car park over the road from Reception.

Note: vehicles are only allowed in the Dinghy Park to drop off/pick up boats.


Registration will be at the Main Reception from 09:00 to 10:30.

Competitors Briefing

This will be held in Room 5 (off of the event hall) at 10:30. Note: not “Spinnakers” as stated in the NoR.

Race Office

Will be Room 4 on the balcony of the event hall.


There will be three races each day.

Saturday first race warning signal: 12:00

Sunday first race warning signal: 10:30

WPNSA Site Plan

WPNSA Site Plan


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