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THE BOAT

INTRO

The Cadet is a small boat, a few centimeters longer than 3 meters, but with the advantage of being equipped with three sails: a main sail, a smaller sail at the bow called jib and a spinnaker (also 'baloon') used when the wind pushes the boat from astern. All of this makes it an ideal boat for young people under 17 years old, who can learn the basics of sailing and the skills for racing.

Races of this class are a showcase for the skills and knowledge of the sailors of the future. Proof of this are the results that former competitors have in other classes international top level events around the world.

TECH DATA

    • No. of Crew
    • 2
    • Designer
    • Jack Holt
    • Year of design
    • 1947
    • Hull Length
    • 3.2m
    • Beam Length
    • 1.38m
    • Boat weight
    • 54kg

THE CHAMPIONSHIP

Video introducing the Club, the Class and the Championship, featuring interviews to top international sailors that learnt their skills sailing on a Cadet.

ORGANISERS

PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES

Entry List

THE BOAT

INTRO

The Cadet is a small boat, a few centimeters longer than 3 meters, but with the advantage of being equipped with three sails: a main sail, a smaller sail at the bow called jib and a spinnaker (also 'baloon') used when the wind pushes the boat from astern. All of this makes it an ideal boat for young people under 17 years old, who can learn the basics of sailing and the skills for racing.

Races of this class are a showcase for the skills and knowledge of the sailors of the future. Proof of this are the results that former competitors have in other classes international top level events around the world.

TECH DATA

    • No. of Crew
    • 2
    • Designer
    • Jack Holt
    • Year of design
    • 1947
    • Hull Length
    • 3.2m
    • Beam Length
    • 1.38m
    • Boat weight
    • 54kg

THE CHAMPIONSHIP

Video introducing the Club, the Class and the Championship, featuring interviews to top international sailors that learnt their skills sailing on a Cadet.

ORGANISERS

PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES

Entry List

SPONSORS

GOVERNMENT SUPPORT

NEWS

Jan
05

WE HAVE A CHAMPION, CON...

It seems like yesterday when we first opened the race office, when the first delegations began to arrive, when we posted the first announcements in the ONB.... the days went by too quickly and we are...

Jan
02

JAMIE HARRIS BACK TO FI...

The sailing activities at the club were resumed on Monday 2nd, after a day of relax that included tours around the Delta and barbecue. The heat and sun had given in a little and, even when...

Jan
01

MATEO RONCHI LEADS THE ...

With six races completed and the first discard already effective, the Argentine crew of Mateo Ronchi and Valentino Lancon are at the top of the ranking with a 10 point gap over the second boat,...

Dec
31

SECOND DAY OF RACES WIT...

Yesterday's first race was sailed in a 4-5 knot Easterly breeze and low current. Two hours after the Delta flag had been displayed on shore the RC tried to start the race with P flag, but the...

Full list of news

NOTICE BOARD

AUTHORITIES

HONORARY COMMITTEE

Club Commodore : Mr. RICARDO BLANCO

President of the Federación Argentina de Yachting (MNA): Mr. LUIS FERNANDO VELASCO

Class Repreentative : Mr. JAN MARTIN WILSCHUT - President of International Class Association (NED)

President of the National Class Association : Mr. GABRIEL RODRIGUEZ

ORGANISING COMMITTEE

Chairman: Mr. CLAUDIO FONTECHA

Vice- Chairman: Mr. FERNANDO JOCHOIAN

Members:

Mr. MARTIN ALVAREZ

Mr. ERNESTO LUPO

Ms. ROSMARY HARIK

Ms. MONICA GONZALEZ

Public Relations: Mr. JOSE PAMPURI

Safety: Mr. ALEJANDRO BARRIO

RACE COMMITTEE

Principal Race Officer : Mr. ERNESTO LUPO (NRO - ARG)

Beach Master: Ms. VIVIANA NOVOA

INTERNATIONAL JURY

Jury Chair: Mr. LUIGGI BERTINI (IJ - ITA)

Member : Mr. LUIS LEAL DE FARIA (IJ - POR)

Member : Mr. FLAVIO NAVEIRA (IJ - ARG)

Member : Mr. GONZALO HEREDIA (IJ - ARG)

Member : Mr. JUAN MANUEL DUARTE (IJ - ARG)

Member : Ms. MARINA SLUSARENKO (NJ - RUS)

Programme

DEC
26

8:00 to 19:00 - REGISTRATION & MEASUREMENT

DEC
27

8:00 to 17:00 - REGISTRATION & MEASUREMENT

DEC
28

8:00 to 12:00 - MEASUREMENT

12:00 - COMPETITORS BRIEFING

14:00 - PRACTICE RACE

18:00 - OPENING CEREMONY

DEC
29

14:00 - RACING DAY 1

DEC
30

TBA - RACING DAY 2

DEC
31

TBA - RACING DAY 3

JAN
01

SPARE DAY

JAN
02

TBA - RACING DAY 4

JAN
03

TBA - RACING DAY 5

JAN
04

TBA - RACING DAY 6

AFTER RACES - PRIZE GIVING AND CLOSING CEREMONY

Fees

The following fees are per boat, instructions for payment will be posted shortly.

    • WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
    • USD 400,00
    • PROMOTIONAL REGATTA
    • USD 380,00

THE CLUB NAUTICO ALBATROS

INTRODUCTION

PROGRAMME

MEDIA

Photos

The gallery below showcases some of the club sporting and social amenities. For more photos please visit the club facebook page: or click on the camera icon to view a full gallery of photos:

WHERE WE ARE

RACE AREA

SAILING CONDITIONS

Wind speed : 6 to 20 knots

Wind direction : E - SE

Hours of good wind : 8

Tides: depend on the wind, rain and moon. Average 2 metres.

Current : max 2 knots

Daytime air temperature : 12°C to 25°C

Water temperature : 18°C

WHAT TO WEAR

Summer in the Southern Hemisphere starts on December 21st, which means the championship is in Summer. You should expect a lot of sun and warm temperatures. You should wear long sleeve tops, long pants, sun glasses and sun block. We suggest that you also bring warm clothes like a neoprene top in case there is foul weather.

LOCATION

REACHING THE RACE AREA

The Race Area is 20 minute away from the club, either sailing in moderate winds or towed in light winds. As the river is quite shallow, going aground is very easy for those who are not familiar with the area. The image below shows a chart with the race area, the navigation channel and the signals that mark its boundaries.

TURISMO

Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is the capital city of the country, also the largest and most populated. It's home to the country's largest port and houses the government and financial centres. While there are no phisical boundaries between neighbourhoods, the city houses a variety of micro-towns, each with its own personality. The most exclusive and famous are Recoleta and Puerto Madero, but the last ten years saw the reinvention of old neighbourhoods that now attract more and more visitors. Below you have a review of the 'clasic' and more chic neighbourhoods, and another one about the not so famous micro-towns, both by Matador Network.

Quick guide to the neighbourhoods of Buenos Aires - 2.5MB

Five neighbourhoods you shouldn't overlook - 3.5MB

The Delta

Right where the Parana River meets the Rio de la Plata, the "Delta del Paraná" consists of several islands in an area of 320km long and 40 to 60 km wide. The lower part (closer to the Rio de la Plata) is 20 km to the North of Buenos Aires and is a main touristic attraction. There are several towns along its coasts, each with its unique features. Below is a guide to some of them (in Spanish).

The Delta - 1.6MB

Rest of the country

From the Andes to the Atlantic Ocean, from the altiplane to Usuahia, Argentina is a large country with a variety of climates and scenaries. Explore the photos below and contact us if you fancy a visit to any of the pictured places.

HOTEL SUGGESTIONS

for delegations and supporters

hotel Ramada

Hotel Ramada

From the well known chain of hotels, located in a quiet neighourhood, one block from the river, 20 minute drive from the club.

hotel El Casco

Hotel El Casco

Luxury in the heart of historic San Isidro

Hotel Torre Libertad

Hotel Torre Libertad

Fully equiped apartments with maid service. 10 minute drive from the club.

Hotel Villa Isidro

Hotel Villa Isidro

Cobblestone streets, trees and colonial houses are the perfect background for this Boutique Hotel & Spa, at 5 minute drive from the club.

Hotel Jacaranda

Hotel Jacarandá

Small but nice, in a residential quiet area.

Posada San Isidro

Hotel Posada San Isidro

The right balance between cost and service. Near the commercial area of San Isidro.

Hotel Vicente Lopez

Hotel Vicente López

50 metres from the railway station. 20 minute drive to the club.

San Isidro Plaza Hotel

San Isidro Plaza Hotel

A combination of modern luxury and the classic details of a former theatre from 1930.

Hotel Pindo Guazu

Pindo Guazu Hostel

A familiar hostel in Tigre, 10 minute drive from the club.

Apart bosch

Apart Hotel Bosch

30 minute drive from the club, the hotel is located right in the bountary between the city of Buenos Aires and the suburban area.

HOUSES FOR RENT

The following are private houses and apartments offered by their owners. Any agreement or contract signed with the onwer is the responsibility of the guests. The Organising Committee shall not be deemed responsible for any matter regarding the rental of these houses.

# 1 | Phone: +54911 6003 7161 | johnnymaccall@gmail.com

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# 2 | silvinasaubidet@gmail.com

Casa 1

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