Dear Melges 24 Sailors,
We are looking forward to welcome you next week to the Austrian Championship which is an event of the Melges 24 European Sailing Series.
As you know registration and measurement is possible on Thursday 27 August from 17:00 to 19:00 and on Friday 28 August from 8:00 to 10:00. As we organize the Austrian Youth Championship Optimist Dinghy until Tuesday, 25 August, you are invited to come to the club from Wednesday onwards.
To speed up the registration process we kindly ask you to fill out the enclosed measurement form, the Covid-19-Data-List and the Disclaimer of Liability which must be signed by all sailors of your boat. You can also email these documents to email@example.com in advance.
If you have not already paid our entry-fee, please transfer it to our account with Oberbank, Linz, IBAN: AT27 1500 0007 1113 7083, BIC: OBKLAT2L. Entry fee is EUR 80 for boat incl helm and EUR 50 for each additional crewmember on Monday latest. However, payment in cash during registration is also possible.
Regarding parking of cars and Trailer see enclosed plan. We ask you to use P2 for parking the trailers and your car. If this parking place if full additional free parking is possible at P1. If this parking place is full as well you have to use the very large parking area of Freibad Litzlberg which costs EUR 4 per day (if you do not buy a parking ticket it costs about EUR 200!)
In Upper Austria we have very few Covid-19-cases at the moment. However, you must wear a mask inside a building (toilets!) but not when sitting on a table in the club-restaurant. So, bring you mouth-nose-mask with you. Outside you must keep distance of 1 meter to the next person (or wear a mask). When sailing no restrictions are in force.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.
Have a good trip to Lake Attersee and see you in a week’s time,
+43 664 35 85 333
August 21, 2020
Melges 24 Austrian Open postponed to 28 - 30 August 2020
The Austrian government has announced this week that no events, incl. sports events, can be hosted until end of June 2020 due to the coronavirus crisis. In this context the organizing club Segelclub Kammersee, the International Melges24 Class and the Austrian Melges 24 Class have jointly decided to postpone the Austrian Open regatta to 28 - 30 August 2020.
Michael Schineis, Chairman of the Austrian Melges24 Class: “The Melges 24 Class is very thankful to Segelclub Kammersee for its flexibility and its great support to our Class. We had great regattas at Attersee in the past years and we would like to keep this momentum also for the future. The new date of the regatta is just one weekend before we start the Melges24 European Championships in Portoroz and the regatta at Attersee can provide to our teams very attractive training and racing days as preparation of the most important event of our Class in Europe this year.”
SCK President Stephan Beurle: „It will be our pleasure to welcome the Melges 24-Euro-Series-Family at our Club more than ever. Postponing is the right thing to do. All the best for all of you from our side and may the friendly early autumn winds be with us then.”
The status of the next regattas in the Melges 24 European Sailing Series 2020 will be the subject to review for the International Melges 24 Class Association depending on the restrictions in Europe at least one month before each event.
April 8, 2020
This is the second time when the regatta of the Melges 24 European Sailing Series will be held in Austria.
The first time was in June 2016, when a bunch of top Melges 24 sailors from all over the Europe were gathering in Austria to hold on Lake Attersee the second event of the 2016 Melges 24 European Sailing Series valid also as the Melges 24 Austrian Open Championship. The event was hosted by the Segelclub Kammersee in cooperation with the Austrian Melges 24 Class Association, International Melges 24 Class Association (IM24CA) and Austrian Sailing Federation.
Also in 2020 - Event Manager Stephan Beurle from the Segelclub Kammersee is happy to welcome Melges 24 sailors in the club and will make his best that the sailors can have the most out of the racing and enjoy their stay off water.