The Calendar includes all BUCS-BUSA sailing events, relevant RYA and other events (including international) and programmes in which student sailors and teams regularly compete or participate (e.g. Keelboat Squad). The Calendar carries all university events hosted by BUSA Member Clubs (USCs) that are notified to us (inclusion is discretionary, but no other events are listed on the first weekend of November, which is reserved for the BUCS-BUSA Fleet Championships). Events for inclusion should be notified to the BUSA Editor or by using the Contact Form.
Hosted by Leeds University Sailing Club at West Riding Sailing Club on the 21st & 22nd October 2017.
We would like to welcome your entry to the Halloween Howler 2017, a stalwart in any team racers' calendar, back for another year of great team racing and infamous socials!
See Halloween Howler on Facebook.
Details to follow.
The University of Reading Sailing Club are proud to announce the Wet Dream will be running in 2017! The event will be running on the 27th -29th of October, with awesome socials on both nights in town and at the famous students union.
Anyone who pre-entered the event last year is entitled to a discount.
To be held at the Royal Southern YC.
This is a 2018 FISU Selection event (#2),
“Glasgow University Sailing Club invites you to join us for the well organised, well attended and well established open team racing event you've come to know and love.
With 4 flights of boats (including Glasgow's shiny new ones), 24 spaces, a terrific race management team and the famous ceilidh, this will surely be the best Grouse yet.
“The entry fee is £240 per team until the 13th of October, increasing to £300 thereafter. This includes:
“Connect to the Event Page.
“We look forward to seeing you there!”
Remember the 2016 edition? In its fourth year, it attracted 24 teams and had to turn away a further 6. Glasgow's then Commodore (now 'Honorary'!), Peter Collings, provided a full Report, which was also published by Yachts & Yachting. See the photo gallery by Leanne Fischler of Fisch Photography.
To be held on Draycote Water SC, hosted by the University of Warwick Sailing.
All information, including Entry Information, Pre-Event Information and Notice of Race, together with all official notices and updates during the event will be posted on the Fleet Championship page, as soon as the NoR is published.
The Plymouth Pasty is hosted by Plymouth University Sail & Powerboat Club.
More details to follow.
Contact: Mark Thomas & Isabel Waterfall, Plymouth USPC Team Racing Captains, for more information, meanwhile
Hosted by Sheffield University Sailing and Windsurf Club. Details to follow
Oxford University Yacht Club announces the 2017 edition of its annual event. Welcoming applications from university, open, and school teams, the Oxford Magnum will be run over 2 days in 4 flights of Fireflies at Farmoor Reservoir, culminating in the presentation of the traditional prize.
More details in due course.
Enquiries welcome at Fixtures Secretary.
"Cardiff’s Welsh Dragon will be returning this year with lots of competitive racing, with space for 21 teams. There will be two massive socials, which shouldn’t be missed. Guaranteed to be a super fun weekend on and off the water! Hope to see lots of you in Cardiff."
Follow the Welsh Dragon FB page.
The Brummie Bender will be held on the 18th and 19th of November, hosted by University of Birmingham Sailing at Bartley Green Reservoir. As ever it will be competitive racing on Saturday and Sunday, and of course the great socials on Friday and Saturday. We have spaces for 21 teams, last year we had a long reserve list so get your entries in as soon as possible!
your interest by contacting Emily
Heath and Louise MacIver-Jones
and SIs to be released soon.
Newcastle University Sailing Club and Durham University Sailing Club would like to invite you to the Angel of the North 2017, which, once again, will be held at Derwent Reservoir Sailing Club, on the 25th and 26th November. High Quality racing will take place in three flights. Total entry will be limited to 21 teams, so get entries in fast!
Socials this year will take place in Durham, including the unique college bar crawl, ending, of course, in the legendary Klute, known for being the worst nightclub in Europe. Social themes will be released closer to the event.
Entry Forms should be returned to Mali Harnett, Treasurer, NUYC – see Form.
'Swansea University Sailing Club are hosting our Spartan event on the 25th and 26th of November!
"The racing will consist of a round-robin, to be followed by leagues and then finals, spread over the two days. We will be holding excellent socials and hitting up Wind Street once again!
The Brew, hosted by the University of Bristol Sailing Club, takes place at Chew Valley Lake Sailing Club.
Two days of competitive team racing just before Christmas in the heart of the South West. With the big socials, this year's Brew should be better than ever!
Follow the FB Event Page.
To register, or for enquiries, please email.
More details to follow shortly.