The current O&CSS programme encompasses the events set out below. Where further details are relevant they will have been circulated by email.
The Generations Event and Dinner is scheduled for Saturday 2 October 2021. It is hoped that the AGM and Dinner will take place as usual.
The 104th Varsity Match, organised by Cambridge, will take place at Royal Harwich YC 7-9 July 2021.
- Match practice and match racing (first and second teams – best of 3 races) takes place on Wednesday 7 July, with team racing, both Mixed and Ladies, starting on Thursday 8 July – first to win 4 races is the victor.
- Society members and partners are welcome to join the Friday (9 July) dinner at Royal Harwich YC: 7:30 for 8pm; cost £25 for 3 courses (wine extra); dress is reefer jacket / blazer / smart casual. Book direct with Royal Harwich YC (email@example.com 01473 780319).
3/4 November : Oxford Magnum (Farmoor)
23/24 February : Cam Cup (Grafham and Cambridge)
16/17 March : RYA/UKTRA Team Racing Championships (West Kirby SC)
23/24 March : National Ladies Team Racing Championships (Spinnaker SC)
10-12 May : Wilson Trophy, West Kirby
Sunday 12 May: Itchenor Swallow Team Racing (An RS200 event will not take place this year in view of the clash of dates with the Wilson Trophy)
Contact Nigel Masding if you are interested in the Swallow match.
3-5 July : 102nd Varsity Match – Aldeburgh
See details at the top of this page
Saturday 31 August : NBYC Match (Wroxham)
After a splendid (if close) victory last year, we are looking to retain the trophy this year! Contact Gerorge Harston if you would like to take part in this excellent fixture.
Sunday 8 September : Lymington Scow Inter-Club Challenge (Lymington)
After last year’s victory, we are looking to retain the trophy this year! Contact Jeremy Vines if you are interested in this fixture – it is a series of club fleet races rather than a team racing event.
Saturday 5 October : Generations Event (Farmoor)
See the Team Racing page for details.
Saturday 5 October : AGM and Annual Dinner (Kellogg College, Oxford)