Saturday 7th October
Endeavour Dinner 7.30pm for 8pm Dress: Smart Casual Open to All
Please note competitors are automatically booked into this event, but parents/carers and family who wish to attend must call the club to book.
01621 782105. £30 per head, please pay on the night at the bar.
Butternut Squash Soup- with bread roll
Claridge’s Chicken Pie (chicken, bacon, mushroom, asparagus & tarragon)
(v) Root Vegetable & Cheddar Crumble with Leek Velouté (vegan available)
Served with chef’s vegetables & potatoes
Crème Brulee with shortbread biscuit
Insurance of boats
All boats need to be insured with the RCYC policy for the weekend; the cover would include:
Damage to boats, spars and sails on 6th, 7th and 8th October at RCYC, Burnham while ashore or afloat. Third-party liability of £5 million New-For-Old covers on all mast, spars and sails if damaged beyond repair.
Training Friday, October 6th, this year’s trainer Steve Irish, will be available whilst boats are rigged. After lunch, an on the water training session. Followed by a video debrief of the training session
Racing in RS200’s windward-leeward course eight races over the two days in the rivers Crouch and Roach
Boat Charter, the RS Association, may be able to assist and link you with available boats; please get in touch with Sally Campbell at RS Association email firstname.lastname@example.org
New sails will be provided for the event and are available for sale.
Prizegiving as soon as possible after race 8
Has your class been invited? Why not send an expression of interest to email@example.com and tell us why your class should be invited. Your entry is not confirmed until we get back to you.
Royal Corinthian Yacht, The Quay, Burnham on Crouch, Essex CM0 8AX 01621 782105
The Endeavour Trophy is a unique event in the UK dinghy sailing world. Held on the tidal waters of the rivers Crouch and Roach at the end of every year, it’s an invitation only three day event, with the guest-list hand-picked from National Champions of selected recognised fleets. The RYA recognises The Endeavour as the pinnacle of that year’s dinghy sailing achievements which will hail a ‘Champion of Champions’.