For lady helmsmen - err - helmsperson - err - helmspeople?

  1. The boat is to be helmed by 1 lady who must be a full or social member of WBYC
  2. The trophy is awarded to the "helmswoman" not to the boat.

The object of this trophy is to encourage crews to sail regularly on one boat.

  1. The boat is to be helmed by someone who has crewed for a minimum of three WBYC races during the current season prior to the Crew Race, and who is a full or social member of WBYC (the skipper is not eligible).
  2. The trophy is awarded to the 'crew' not to the boat.
  3. The race is to be TWO Classes.

As the name implies, this trophy is expected to be competed for by older members of the Club.

  1. Each boat competing must be helmed by a person at least 50 years old.
  2. There should be not more than one other active crew member aboard who may be of any age.
  3. Any other person on board should be deemed to be a passenger and shall not take any active part in sailing the boat.
  4. The race shall be over any course considered suitable by the Sailing Committee.
  5. Handicaps shall be the WBYC handicap as issued by the Sailing Committee adjusted by PLUS 10 points for every year over 50 of the helm's age and Plus 10 points for every year over 50 of the crewman's age and similarly MINUS 10 points for every year below 50.
  6. This event is restricted to bona-fide members of WBYC.
  7. Apart from the above the standard WBYC Rules apply.
  8. The race is to be ONE Class