Tickets are valid any day including Preview Day on Friday 12th September.
This offer ends at midnight on Thursday 11th September.
A single transaction fee of £1.75 applies whether ordering one or any greater number of tickets.
Youngsters 15 years or under go free (up to two per accompanying adult) provided tickets for them are requested when ordering adult tickets.
For group orders of 10 or more tickets ONLY use the TELEPHONE BOOKING number.
Tickets can be printed at home, delivered by post, or collected at the Show. Because tickets ordered via postal delivery could take up to 7 days to arrive, those purchased at short notice can be collected on arrival from the advance ticket box office at the main entrance. The most expedient option, for those ordering tickets over the Internet, is to use the website’s ‘Print at Home’ facility.
When booking you will be asked to select the day you expect to visit. This is merely to help the organiser predict visitor numbers for logistical purposes. The tickets you receive will be valid for ANY single day including Preview Day.
WEBSITE STEP–BY–STEP BOOKING PROCEDURE
Click on ‘SHOW TICKETS BUY NOW!’ at top/right of homepage.
Enter & submit promotional code JG1 which brings up a page with the days of the show listed.
Clicking on the anticipated day of your visit (see note above) brings up the discounted ticket ordering sequence which is straightforward to follow.
Telephone booking calls are 5p per minute plus your network charge. Offer cannot be used in association with any other offer. Standard terms are available on the Southampton Boat Show website.
St. Catherine’s facebook page is where all the chat and current info is taking place right now! This is often the first place that news and updates are posted, it’s our online meeting place. All our photos and the cheeky Inflatable Water Park For Sale comments are posted here, as well as any updated event changes. Click on the link and come and have a look and while you are there please like our page. If you are a twitter fan then you can follow too at twitter.com/scscjersey
Please note given the state of the tide, we shall be doing 3 races back to back in the morning only, with the first warning signal @ 09:55 sharp! No warning signal shall be Inflatable Water Park For Sale made after 12:15 with an aim to be back on the slip by 13:00 for a leisurely lunch provided by the House Committee.
Forecast suggests 10/8 knots from a westerly direction at the moment but it keeps changing,..,,nothing new there.
Looking forward to seeing you on the start line on time.
Due to the Jersey Festival of Cycling this weekend a number of roads around Gorey and St. Catherine will be closed on Sunday. Access to St. Catherine on Sunday 15 June Inflatable Water Park For Sale will be via La Rue du Villot and then turn left at the bottom of the road at the junction of Rue du Moulin and Route des Catherine. This junction will be marshalled and vehicles may have to wait for a marshal to grant permission to turn in order to make sure that you do not turn when the cyclists are in the vicinity.
On exiting St. Catherine’s traffic will have to go back up Mont des Ormes signposted Rozel and then back up to La Rue du Villot. There will be a Road closed sign just at this junction to remind people that they can only go back up the normal route to Rozel. Click on the logo to view the event website and download more details.
Saturday 24th May from 2 pm to 5 pm is our first Friends and Family open day. Please try to think of a few people you know that may like to find out about
St Catherine’s and what we get up to, then invite them along, simple! By contacting them directly and perhaps sending them the club invite. It will be fantastic if as a direct result of the day we can encourage more people to get involved with the club and start sailing.
The format for the afternoon will be very informal and it will be fine if people just want to drop in for a while. We hope Inflatable Water Park For Sale there will be as many club members as possible on hand to enthuse about St Catherine’s. There will be food on sale, probably burgers, hot dogs, cakes, tea and coffees. Membership forms and information will be available. Perhaps some sailing gear for sale as well. Weather permitting we hope to organise some short RIB rides, you may also want to take your friends or family for a quick sail. We’ll also get boats rigged up on display to show people the training fleet. Also feel free if you want to put a boat on display for sale as well, as open day is always a good chance to do this!
To give an approximate idea of numbers for planning it would be appreciated if you could e-mail Paul Raimbault to say if you think you make it, plus include an estimated number of any guests if you have invited some. Though obviously feel free to come down anyway (even if with no guests) as the more the merry in terms of making the club feel welcoming.
The Liberation regatta takes place on Friday 9th May 2014 and includes lunch at the club. The Vega pursuit race will take place starting at 10:00. All sailors and family are welcome, BYO beer & wine if you wish. In the case of inclement weather lunch will still be served in the club between 1200 & 1230, we would love to see you all.
After lunch two more races will be held back to back first the Begal then Liberation trophy. We only run two pursuit races during the year and they are great fun, it may seem Inflatable Water Park For Sale complicated at first but once you have started it is just great fun, please ask us at the club to explain the start sequence if you are unsure, also you may like to download this information sheet. This link is to the RYA Pursuit race information sheet.
Did you know….
That the St. Catherine’s Liberation Day regatta has been held every year since the club started 61 years ago. The 3 races held on Liberation day are The Vega, The Beagle and The Liberation Day Trophy all with historic significance to the Liberation of the Channel Islands. First race of the day is the Vega named after the Red Cross Ship SS Vega that made several trips to Jersey with Red Cross parcels, then on 9th May 1945 HMS Beagle arrived at St. Helier harbour and later that day the island was liberated, hence the order of our races!