The only way to sail in style!

The Supernova is a "one design" single handed sailing dinghy of 4.3 metres length with an 8 square metre fully battened mylar sail and stayed mast. It was originally designed and built by Mark Giles. It is now built by Hartley Boats in Derby.

The only way to sail in style!

The Supernova is a "one design" single handed sailing dinghy of 4.3 metres length with an 8 square metre fully battened mylar sail and stayed mast. It was originally designed and built by Mark Giles. It is now built by Hartley Boats in Derby.

The only way to sail in style!

The Supernova is a "one design" single handed sailing dinghy of 4.3 metres length with an 8 square metre fully battened mylar sail and stayed mast. It was originally designed and built by Mark Giles. It is now built by Hartley Boats in Derby.

The only way to sail in style!

The Supernova is a "one design" single handed sailing dinghy of 4.3 metres length with an 8 square metre fully battened mylar sail and stayed mast. It was originally designed and built by Mark Giles. It is now built by Hartley Boats in Derby.

The only way to sail in style!

The Supernova is a "one design" single handed sailing dinghy of 4.3 metres length with an 8 square metre fully battened mylar sail and stayed mast. It was originally designed and built by Mark Giles. It is now built by Hartley Boats in Derby.

The only way to sail in style!

The Supernova is a "one design" single handed sailing dinghy of 4.3 metres length with an 8 square metre fully battened mylar sail and stayed mast. It was originally designed and built by Mark Giles. It is now built by Hartley Boats in Derby.

The only way to sail in style!

The Supernova is a "one design" single handed sailing dinghy of 4.3 metres length with an 8 square metre fully battened mylar sail and stayed mast. It was originally designed and built by Mark Giles. It is now built by Hartley Boats in Derby.

Latest news

AGM Minutes

The Minutes of the 2019 Annual General Meeting held at Northampton SC on 7th September are now published. See the AGM tab under 'Association'. Only current class members can access (after logging in to the website).

Post AGM - Rev 7 Class Rules Now Released

Hi everyone, hope you have had a great summer of sailing. As discussed at the AGM we have now updated and released an update to the class rules.  This is now available to view on the website.  The key changes:

  1. Update to sail number requirements which need to be complied with for all championship event starting with the 2020 winter champs, please review and ensure your numbers comply.
  2. The introduction of a class "soft" protest option to encourage discussion of on water incidents or allow learning from situation encountered. 

You can view the updated Class Rules as a PDF here: Latest Class Rules

Upcoming Events

Noble Marine Travellers Trophy (TT)

Oct 19th, Saturday, 2019

It's the last event of the season again! Last chance to make an impact on the Traveller series in 2019.

A great club with good facilities right in the middle of the country. There should be a great turnout!

Venue: Haversham

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Noble Marine Travellers Trophy (TT)

Dec 31st, Tuesday, 2019

The Traveller Results including Llangorse SC are now published.

This year we are using a custom Class Committee developed high point system weighted to reward results based on fleet size.

The results to date speak for themselves as it it very competitive at the top with several top sailors vying for the top spots and record turnouts at some events; game on!!

 

Venue: Various

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