2022 Provisionnal

SNG racing programme:

  • 11-12 June: Bol d’Or 2022 (8mR welcom! )
  • 5 June: Genève-Rolle-Genève (organised by YCG, 8mR welcome! )
  • (13-26 July: Star Sailor’s League – Gold Cup )
  • 18-24 July: SNG 150th Jubilee Regatta (8mR welcome)
  • 23-24 July 8mR Worlds tune-up race (Confirmed)
  • 25-31 July: 8mR Worlds (Confirmed)

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8mR Worlds 2022

Organizing Committee:

Jean-Olivier Kerr – President

René Grebt – President of Sailing section at SNG

Axel Meyer – SNG Vice-Commodore

Fred MeyerHonorary IEMA life member – Honorary SNG life member

Véronique Leveque

Marie Arnuif

René Odier

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CANCELLED !

8 meter Class 2021

World Championship

NOTICE: 15072021

CANCELLATION of 8M World Championship 2021, Enkhuizen

15 July 2021

Dear 8-Metre sailors and friends,

In recent months, the Covid-19 situation in The Netherlands had improved and with the number of new infections dropping dramatically, the government has relaxed the rules and gave the go-ahead for the Championships which we as organization have communicated to the sailors.

However, in the past two weeks things have taken a turn for the worse. The relaxed rules and regulations have resulted in a severe spike and a 10-fold in infections. Consequently, the government of the Netherlands has reinstated, most of the previous restrictions until August 13th.

Today, 15 July 2021, this has resulted that the Netherlands has obtained the “code Red” classification according the ECDC (European Centre for Disease and Control).

Without doubt, this will cause many travel restrictions and complications for most participants which brings the entire organization of our 8-Metre World Championship in serious jeopardy.

Furthermore, it is impossible to delay the final decision until the new guidelines and regulations are published on August 13th.

  1. If the go-ahead is given on that date, it will leave insufficient time for logistics and preparations for the yachts and their crews.
  2. If the guidelines post 13 August do not permit the championships to be sailed, then a decision does not leave enough time for the crew members to make alternate holiday plans which in many cases will result in no end of upset and cost.
  3. And even with a go-ahead on the 13th of August, the unpredictable and instable situation around the Covid regulations means that shortly prior or during the championship things may change again.

The RNYC and the organization is ready and eager to fire the starting gun, the town and mayor of Enkhuizen is ready and eager to receive and welcome the guests, the sailors are ready to race. But in the end, someone has to make the final call to race or hoist N over H and stay home.

A decision can only be a rule-based decision, it cannot be based on wishful thinking. We need to decide with what we know today and to our minds it would be irresponsible and unfair to you as competitors to forge ahead, and, as such we see no other option but to cancel the Int. 8-Metre Worlds in Enkhuizen.

The entire team (including approx. 30 volunteers) has put their heart and soul in the organization, everyone involved tried every avenue available to make it happen. But given the circumstances we are simply running out of options.

Gutted and deeply disappointed we see no other option than to bail out and cancel.

We sincerely hope that anyone who has already made expenses related to the Worldcup can limit the ‘damage’ and we advise all of you to cancel any and all related bookings immediately.

All of you who have paid (part of) the Entry fee, will be fully reimbursed next week by the RNYC.

One fine day the world will come to a new normal and when that day comes, we can only hope the Int. 8-Metre Class will consider returning to Holland.

With every good wish,

Royal Netherlands Yacht Club

Marc van Bemmel Vice-Commodore Sailing

Organization Committee

Jan Willem M. Ypma

Michiel Insinger

Jelle Dingemans.