Date Friday 28 September 2018
Deadline for Entries Friday 21 September 2018
Venue Queen Mother Reservoir, Berkshire
Time 9am – 4pm
Organiser Datchet Water Sailing Club
Entry Cost

£15 per single handed entry

£20 per double handed entry


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*Boats are available for hire ranging from £50 – £100. Please contact Datchet Water Sailing Club or see below for more details


Event Information
ISA Sport would like to encourage schools to enter pupils from 8-18 years old into the 2018 ISA National Sailing Regatta.
This National event will be held at the Queen Mother Reservoir, Horton Road, Horton, Berkshire, SL3 9NT. There will be a minimum of three to a maximum of 5 races, and arrival will be between 09:00 & 10:00 (TBC) with the first race starting at 10:30. The event will finish on the water at 15:00 approximately, with prize giving completed by 16:00.
There will be 40 places available for avid sailors. The Portsmouth Yardstick handicap system will used for single handed and double handed events. This will ensure the age of the children and boat type will not affect the competition.
The sailing club at the venue has boats available for hire (all boats £50 damage deposit). These include Oppies £50, Toppers £75, Lasers £100, RS Fevas £100.
Pupils will require swimwear, footwear and a towel as well as their own lunch, drinks and snacks. The cost per single handed entry will be £15 and £20 for a double handed entry. There will be trophies and medals available for the winners.
Cheques should be made payable to Datchet Water Sailing Club and sent to Datchet Water Sailing Club, Queen Mother Resevoir, Horton Road, Berkshire, SL3 9NT.  If you have any enquiries, please email and copy in
You can also pay via BACS by requesting their bank details by emailing
Previous Results

2017 Results

2017 Race Instructions

2017 Sailing Instructions

2016 Results

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