POW Week 2017

13 Apr POW Week 2017


Situated on The Camel Estuary about 5 miles to the west of Wadebridge and opposite the picturesque fishing port of Padstow. The Clubhouse has a first floor clubroom with panoramic view over the Camel Estuary with a well stocked bar. Real ale is always available with the club speciality being the locally brewed and aptly named Sharp’s ‘Doom Bar’ as well as other beers and lagers.

For major regattas and for simple beach launching competitors boats are berthed a few minutes along the beach near the Rock Lifeboat station






Sailing Area

The diagram illustrates the main sailing areas for racing in Padstow Bay


Padstow Harbour Commissioners have recently published a new navigation aid video filmed from a drone and this gives some footage of both the areas shown on the diagram and also the estuary waters: http://www.padstow-harbour.co.uk/navigate-padstow.html

The sailing area conditions vary greatly according to wind direction and strength. Water depth over these course areas varies between 12 and 35 metres. On the flood tide the current moves from SW into the estuary. Both Stepper Point and Pentire head can be accessed for viewing the racing although a strong pair of binoculars as well as walking shoes would be advisable!

Rock SC information PowerPoint is available Here


The NOR is able to download Here

The SI is available 2017 POW Week SI v3

The current entry list is Here


To complete your entry please complete, sign and upload the following Entry Form then attach to the form below. Payment must be made using PayPal below. Please not that the prices will go UP after the 31st July!

    In Addition to submitting the Registration Form, payment is made separately below. Add required items to the basket then checkout!

    Purchase Option 
    Standard POW Week
    Helm 25 years or under (on 1st day of racing)
    First time helms (who have not competed at the Prince of Wales Cup as helm or crew before)
    Competitor Dinner Tickets 
    None Competitor Dinner Tickets
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