Jun 28th, Friday, 2019
The Supernova Nationals 2019 return to the ever popular South Coast riviera venue.
Jul 12th, Friday, 2019
The Class coach for this event is Alistair Goodwin.
Jul 13th, Saturday, 2019
The Travelling Supernova Fleet decends on the fabulous Bowmoor SC for training and a very good chance of a big fleet turnout as a warm up for the Inlands.
Early arrival camping is available by prior arrangement from 4pm onwards on Thursday 11th (for those wanting to be on site for the Class training day on the 12th) - please contact Pete Bingham (Class Secretary) using Info@supernovadinghy.org. If you plan to stay overnight, please let Pete know so that the locked access gate can be opened for you.
The club will be open for morning arrivals for the training day from 9.00am on Friday 12th.
Notice of Race here
Jul 27th, Saturday, 2019
In 2019 Girton SC hosts the last open before the Inlands.
Like many of the historic X-gravel pit venues, it offers interesting 'around the island' challenges, although at 90 acres (60 sailable) it is by no means a restricted water.
Those arriving on Friday evening are welcome to join in with the Friday night pursuit racing (7pm start) and also enjoy free camping, take advantage of club bar prices and hopefully enjoy a legendary Girton SC sunset.
Girton SC sailors are active on the Supenova Traveller Circuit and attend many of the other Supernova events and so have well established friendships with members of other Supenova travelling club sailors, which usually results in a good turnout and competative racing.
Galley services will be available and a warm welcome is guaranteed.
For enquiries please contact Tony Bleasdale at email@example.com or 07950 255747.
Sep 7th, Saturday, 2019
The Supernova Inlands return to Northampton SC in 2019.
Sep 21st, Saturday, 2019
Day one of The West Peaks Double Traveller is hosted at the picturesque Combs Sailing Club.
Camping is available at Combs on the Friday evening and Saturday night, so kindly providing the camping base for the whole weekend for double header travellers.
Competitors wishing to camp on Friday night should contact Keith Muncy at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an access time.
The club will be providing catering on Saturday morning and Lunch, which was kindly included in the £10 entry fee in 2018.
The club does not have bar facilities but the Beehive pub, just a short walk to nearby Combs is recommended for drinks and evening meals and was well appreciated by our members in 2018.
The short drive up to Glossop SC on Sunday morning is via a scenic route along the West side of the Peak district.
Many Supernova Traveller Series sailors include the two clubs in this double header among their favourite venues, always providing a warm welcome, competitive sailing in breathtaking surroundings and definitely well worth the effort to be there.
Sep 22nd, Sunday, 2019
The West Peaks double header continues on the Sunday at Glossop SC's spectacular lake.
Often challenging but always rewarding, the venue offers a hearty lunch and bar facilities.
The club will be open from 9:30am on Sunday morning to welcome travellers coming up from Combs SC and eleswhere.
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Oct 5th, Saturday, 2019
The Supernovas are off to Wales again for a two day Noble Marine Traveller Series Open in the beautiful surroundings of the Brecon Beacons.
Dec 31st, Tuesday, 2019
The Traveller Results to date are now published.
At the halfway point we have already had 73 entries.
This year we are using a custom Class Committee developed high point system weighted to reward results based on fleet size.
This is to encourage the fleet Stars to attend more events as performance is rewarded to a greater extent than attendance.
The aim is to improve relevance and competitiveness in the Traveller Series; if our best sailors engage then the turnouts and competition will be better for all.
These efforts are in combination with monitoring Traveller venue sailors engagement, and searching out and introducing new venues with Supernova fleets to develop.
It is a balancing act, but already it is evident that Top Sailors with just a few results are still in touch with the top of the table, and just a few more appearances can make all the difference.