Brown Cup & Training Weekend 2017 Entry Form
Brown Cup Scottish Schools Championship 2017 / Training Weekend Registration & Brown Cup Entry Form.
In recent years the demand for this event has outgrown the maximum number of boats that Loch Earn Sailing Club can safely manage. The maximum entry is set at 85 boats and the following entry criteria has been developed to encourage more school teams to take part & compete for the Brown Cup.
Brown Cup entry opens on the 1st of April. For the first month priority will be given to school teams, one entry per school. A school team consists of 3 boats. Individual entries may also be sent during the first month, they will be held in the order received and conformation sent out after the first month has past (1st May). The school team must be named, TBC will not be accepted.
No entries will be accepted before the 1st of April. Entry will close on June 1st.
The maximum entry is 85 boats.
From May the 1st confirmation will be sent out to individual entries based on first come first serve basis. Individual entries in double hander classes may have the helm & crew from different schools.
If enough individual entries form a second school team they can’t be interchanged between teams at the event.
Entries will only be accepted by email to email@example.com or by post to Colin Tait 9 King David Drive Inverbervie DD10 0SW
No entries will be accepted by phone or verbally at events.
Participants and their parents/guardians are warned that while Loch Earn SC will take all reasonable steps to ensure the safety of the participants, supervision afloat will only be provided during
formal training or racing sessions, and participants sailing at other times will do so entirely at their own risk.
Furthermore, while there will be some supervision ashore, it is not possible for strict supervision to be exercised. Loch Earn Sailing Club, its servants and agents, will accept no liability for loss or injury caused under any circumstances.
The safety of a boat and her entire management including insurance shall be the sole and inescapable responsibility of the parent/sailor sailing the boat. They must ensure that the boat and sailor are adequate to face the conditions that may arise during the event.
Buoyancy aids shall be worn by all competitors afloat and at all times on club jetties.
All coaching will be undertaken in line with RYA Scotland’s Child Protection Policy.
If attending the Training Weekend, please see payment instructions on the previous page and remember to advise us of your option to pay online or by cheque with the written form found at the very foot of this page.