The Green April of Luis Pérez Canal, National Sailing Award for the monotype of the year

· The crew of the J70 is thus recognized for the Corinthian European Champion title achieved in 2019 in the championship disputed by 130 boats in Lago di Garda (Italy)

· After having achieved bronze in 2018, the Abril Verde won last year in the amateur category with a crew made up of Luis Pérez Canal, Carlos Sanmartín, Eduardo Reguera, Juan de Cominges and Luis Darocha

· The Terras Gauda National Sailing Awards will be presented on the night of Saturday, September 5 at a gala to be held in Baiona organized by the Monte Real Yacht Club

The Green April of Luis Pérez Canal, National Sailing Award for the monotype of the year – Photo © Rosana Calvo

The J70 Abril Verde, skippered by Luis Pérez Canal from Ourense, has been honored with the Terras Gauda National Sailing Award for the one-design of the year for its achievement of the Corinthian European Champion title in Lake Garda (Italy), in a championship in which 130 boats participated.

After having achieved bronze in the 2018 European Championship, the crew of the Abril Verde managed to improve their results last year and climb to the top of the podium in the amateur category, beating the 36 rivals in their division. Those of the Real Club Náutico de Vigo won the title they were after, also managing to finish eighth overall in the championship.

Luis Pérez Canal, from Ourense, is patron and leader of the Green April – Photo © Rosana Calvo

The crew was led by Luis Pérez Canal, from Ourense, one of the most relevant figures in sailing in Galicia today. His nautical curriculum highlights having been Galician Optimist champion, Spanish Laser runner-up and promoter of some of the most successful Galician regional sailing projects, such as the J70 Abril Verde itself (podium in 4 of the last 5 annual circuits of J70 in Spain, Corinthian Spanish Champion and Corinthian European Champion) and the Aceites Abril, a cruise ship that has won numerous victories in the most important regattas in Galicia, such as the Príncipe de Asturias Trophy, the Conde de Gondomar Trophy, the Repsol Trophy or the Rías Baixas Regatta, of which the winner has just recently been proclaimed.

Together with him, Carlos Sanmartín, Eduardo Reguera, Juan de Cominges and Luis Darocha completed the crew that won the European Championship. On September 5 they will collect the Terras Gauda National Sailing Award for the monotype of the year at a gala to be held in Baiona organized by the Monte Real Yacht Club.

The Balearic Islands Conrad Konitzer and Fernando Rodríguez, best youth team of the year

· The skipper and crew member of the 420 sailing class has received this distinction after having been proclaimed champions of Spain and Europe in 2019

The athletes will collect the Terras Gauda National Sailing Award that recognizes them as the best youth team of the year on September 5 in Baiona

19-year-old Conrad Konitzer and Fernando Rodríguez capped off their brilliant 2019 season by taking bronze in the 420 World Championship

Conrad Konitzer and Fernando Rodríguez will receive the National Sailing Award for the best youth team

The Balearic athletes from the Club Náutic S’Arenal de Mallorca Conrad Konitzer and Fernando Rodríguez have been distinguished with the Terras Gauda National Sailing Award for the best youth team of the year 2019.

The 19-year-old sailors culminated an exceptional season last year by proclaiming themselves champions of Spain and Europe in the 420 class, and also winning bronze in the world championship held in Vilamoura (Portugal).

They were the fruits of many months of training, gym and hours of water, a hard work that allowed them to achieve the goal they had set just a year before, in 2018, when they started sailing together and managed to qualify for the ISAF World Cup.

The skipper of the team, Conrad Konitzer, is a Canadian who has lived in Mallorca for years. The son of a sailor, he got on an Optimist for the first time at the age of 5 encouraged by his father, with whom he started sailing. After making the leap to the 420 and winning gold in the Spanish and European championships, he has just switched to the 49er, with which he is training for the Paris Olympics.

He agrees with his partner Fernando Rodríguez that he also started sailing encouraged by his father and that in recent months he has changed classes. Now he sails in 470 and his aspirations are to achieve the best possible level for 2024.

Before that, on September 5, both will collect the Terras Gauda National Sailing Award in Baiona, which recognizes them as the best youth team of the year, an award for which they were very grateful.

“We are very happy to have been awarded and we hope to be a good example for future generations” , they assured, while confirming that “they will continue to work very hard to achieve new goals in the world of sailing” .

The National Sailing Awards recognize the work of photographer Nico Martínez


· It is the first time in the 28-year history of the prestigious awards that a photographer is distinguished in the communication section

· Mallorcan Nico Martínez is one of the most recognized sailing photographers in the world thanks to his extensive experience in major nautical competitions

· The Copa América, the TP52 and RC44 circuits, the Copa del Rey or the Trofeo Princesa Sofía are some of the events in which Martínez has left his visual mark

Nico Martínez, National Sailing Award in the communication section – Photo © Snimio Slavko Midzòr/Pizsell

The Majorcan photographer Nico Martínez will be honored on September 5 in Baiona with the Mariano Aguado Communication Award at the Terras Gauda National Sailing Awards for his contribution to the dissemination and promotion of nautical sport through his photographs.

This is the first time in the 28-year history of the prestigious awards that this award has gone to a photographer, since until now it had only been received by journalists, the media, websites, blogs, agencies and production companies.

Nico Martínez has left his visual mark in hundreds of events around the world – Photo © Nico Martínez

About to turn 63, Nico Martínez has spent more than half his life behind a goal. He started as a nautical photographer in 1985 collaborating with Nautic Press, a magazine that covered regattas in Palma de Mallorca.

Barely 5 years later, he would come into contact with Yate magazine, with which he traveled through Spain and France; and shortly after he became a photographer for Navegar magazine, beginning to work for events such as the Copa del Rey or the Princesa Sofía Trophy.

44th Princess Sofia Trophy – Photo © Nico Martinez

But it was in 1995 when he began to be really recognized as a nautical photographer thanks to his work for the America’s Cup in San Diego as the official photographer of “Rioja España”. Thus, Martínez made his great professional leap and regatta organizations and teams began to raffle him off to cover the high-level circuit in Spain.

In the year 2000 he repeated it again with the Copa América, this time in New Zealand, sending daily photos of “Bravo España” to the EFE agency; and in 2007 he did the same with the “Desafío Español” in the Copa América in Valencia.

America’s Cup 2007 Desafío Español – Photo © Nico Martínez

The international circuits of TP52 and RC44, the Barcelona World Race, the Copa del Rey, the Trofeo Princesa Sofía or classic sailing regattas are some of his numerous works recognized worldwide, many of them published in prestigious international magazines such as Yachting World , Seahorses or Yachts.

In 2016 he marked another milestone in his career by winning first prize at the Yacht Racing Forum Award.

TP52 World Championship 2016 – Photo © Nico Martinez

The Tanit IV Medilevel will receive the National Sailing Award for Boat of the Year in Baiona


· The boat, a Grand Soleil 37 of the Real Club de Regatas de Alicante, is armed by María José Vila and Pedro Bernal and led by Nacho Campos

The Tanit IV Medilevel was proclaimed in 2019 the ORC world champion in the Corinthian category and won the bronze in the absolute general classification

· The team, created in 2000, was made up of a group of friends who have been integrating their families into a highly successful amateur sports project

Tanit IV-Medilevel ORC World Championship 2019 – Photo Pep Portas

The Tanit IV Medilevel of the Real Club de Regatas de Alicante has been distinguished with the Terras Gauda National Sailing Award for the boat of the year after having been proclaimed, in 2019, ORC world champion in the Corinthian category.

In the competition held in Sibenik (Croatia) with 50 boats from 18 countries, the Grand Soleil 37, owned by María José Vila and Pedro Bernal and led by Nacho Campos, was the only Spanish representative and, in addition to winning the highest title in the Corinthian category, managed to hang the bronze in the absolute general classification.

On board the Tanit IV Medilevel, together with the owner and the skipper, Diego Campos, Toni Llopis, Miguel Moreno, Miguel Bernal, Jorge Baschwitz, Mariano Caballero, Kiko Jiménez, José Antonio Gisbert and Vijay Orts Guille sailed.

A team, created in the year 2000, made up of a group of friends who, over the years, have been able to integrate their own families and other friends into a 100% amateur sports project that has done nothing but chain success after success.

Tanit IV – Medilevel, National Sailing Award for the best boat 2019 – Photo Pep Portas

They have won numerous regional competitions in Valencia and have signed several victories in the prestigious Copa del Rey, achieving podiums both in the Corinthian category (in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016 and 2018) and in the general (in 2018 they were second).

In 2019, after the results obtained in the ORC World Championship, with which they managed to get rid of the thorn of the second place achieved in the World Championship Barcelona 2015; and despite being a completely amateur team, the Higher Sports Council awarded all the members of the crew the qualification of High-Level Athletes.

On September 5, the Tanit IV Medilevel will receive in Baiona, at a gala organized by the Monte Real Yacht Club, coinciding with the celebration of the Prince of Asturias Trophy (September 4, 5 and 6), the Terras Gauda National Sailing Award to the ship of the year.

The world champion Pablo Santurde, recognized as skipper of the year at the National Sailing Awards


· The Santander native will receive the Terras Gauda National Sailing Award for the skipper of the year after becoming world champion in the J80 class in 2019

At just 33 years old, Santurde is one of the key figures in Spanish sailing, with victories in numerous national and international regattas

The Cantabrian skipper will receive the award on September 5 in Baiona at a gala organized every year by the Monte Real Club de Yates


The Cantabrian Pablo Santurde, at the controls of the M&G Tressis – Photo Luis Fernández

The Cantabrian sailor Pablo Santurde, 33, has just been recognized as skipper of the year by the Terras Gauda National Sailing Awards, which each year reward the most outstanding athletes, teams and institutions in the world of sailing in Spain.

The award, which Santurde will receive on September 5 at a gala to be held at the Monte Real Club de Yates de Baiona, recognizes the successes achieved by the skipper from Santander throughout 2019, when he became world champion in the class J80 leading the crew of the M&G Tressis of the Real Club Marítimo de Santander.

Pablo Santurde and the crew of the M&G Tressis after winning the J80 World Championship in 2019 – Photo Luis Fernández

That year, in addition to winning the world championship as skipper, he managed to win the Caribbean 600 (in Class40) and the J70 Spanish Open. He also managed to get on the podium of the Normandy Channel Race (in Class40), in which he came second; and in the J70 World Championship, with a third position.

With a degree in nautical and maritime transport, Santurde began sailing at a very young age with the help of his parents, who always had a boat. He took his first steps in dinghy sailing on the Optimist, 420 and 470, participating in the London 2012 Olympic campaign in the 470 class.

Little by little he evolved and Gonzalo Botín gave him the opportunity to jump on the big boats and the big regattas. He sailed in mini 650 and in Class40 (with which he was world champion twice and runner-up twice) and managed to win such important races as the Fastnet Race (in 2015), the Caribbean 600 up to 6 times, the Transat Quebec Saint Malo (in 2016), the Tour of England and Ireland (in 2018) or the Transat Jacques Vabre, in which he achieved two podiums (second with Alex Pella in 2013 and third with Phil Sharp in 2017).

Imocas, Fígaros, MOD70, Swan, J70, J80… few are the boats that can resist this Cantabrian lover of the sea and sailing, who was very pleased to have been recognized with the award for skipper of the year at the National Awards for Terras Gauda candle.

“It is an honor to receive an award like this and to see so many years of work and dedication recognized, even more so when in Spain we have such good sailors, many of them also deserving of this award ”, says Santurde, who also wanted to dedicate the award “To all the crews I have been a part of and to the colleagues from whom, without a doubt, I have learned so much” . The Cantabrian skipper also thanked the Monte Real Yacht Club for awarding the prize and its “tireless work to promote the practice of sailing and regattas in Spain over so many years” .


The Olympic team made up of Jordi Xammar and Nico Rodríguez will receive one of the National Sailing Awards

The Catalan Jordi Xammar and the Galician Nicolás Rodríguez will be distinguished with the Terras Gauda National Sailing Award for the best Olympic team

· The prestigious award recognizes their brilliant performance throughout 2019 when they managed to be runner-up in the world and Europe in the 470 class

· The Terras Gauda National Sailing Awards will be presented on September 5 at a gala organized in Baiona by the Monte Real Yacht Club within the framework of the Príncipe de Asturias Trophy (September 4, 5 and 6)

Jordi Xammar and Nico Rodríguez, National Sailing Award for the best Olympic Team – Photo © Sailing Energy

The tandem formed by the Catalan Jordi Xammar (Barcelona, 1993) and the Galician Nicolás Rodríguez (Vigo, 1991) will receive the Terras Gauda National Sailing Award on September 5 in Baiona, which recognizes them as the best Olympic team.

The jury that awards the awards wanted to distinguish them for their brilliant performance throughout 2019, a year in which they managed to be runners-up in Europe and the world; in addition to achieving bronze in the Pre-Olympic (Test Event) of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and winning the World Cup in Miami, which in 2020 they revalidated for the second consecutive year.

The duo formed by the Barcelonan (Club Náutico Cambrils) and the Vigo (Real Club Náutico de Vigo) have been sailing together since September 2016, when Jordi Xammar’s partner at the time, Joan Herp, decided to leave competitions to continue with his studies . After finishing twelfth at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, the Catalan skipper needed a new crew member to prepare for Tokyo 2020 and found one in Nico Rodríguez. The man from Vigo, who was in the Canary Islands pending moving to the Netherlands to dedicate himself to dentistry, decided to put that trip on standby to accept Xammar’s proposal to start sailing with him.

Their debut as a team in a high competition test was in January 2017 in the United States Championship, in which they achieved a creditable third place, and since then they have chained success after success. They have participated in more than 15 high-level events, achieving podium finishes in 12 of them.

They currently train with Gideon Kliger and Juan de la Fuente, occupy the number 2 position in the world ranking and are the great hope for Spanish Olympic sailing.

Jordi Xammar and Nico Rodríguez – Photo © Sailing Energy

Next Saturday, September 5, they will receive in Baiona the award for the best Olympic team at the Terras Gauda National Sailing Awards gala, organized once again this year by the Monte Real Club de Yates within the framework of the Príncipe de Asturias Trophy, which is held on days 4, 5 and 6 of September.



The 35th Prince of Asturias Trophy will be held in the waters of the bay of Baiona and the Vigo estuary on September 4, 5 and 6, 2020, under the organization of the Monte Real Yacht Club and the Naval Regatta Commission of the Naval School Marine Military. The 35th Prince of Asturias Trophy counts towards the Xunta de Galicia President Trophy.




1.1. The regatta will be governed by:

a) The Racing Rules as defined in the
Sailing Regattas Regulation WS 2017 – 2020 (RRV).
b) Technical Cruise Regulations 2018-2020 and its
c) IMS Measurement Regulation.
d) Regulation of the ORC rating system.
and)[DP] J80 Class Monotype Regulations and their special adaptations of the J80 Galicia Fleet.
F)[DP] MRCYB Regulations for Monotype Figaro and Ladies Cup.
g) Special rules for offshore regattas (OSR) of WS, Category 4 (ORC) reduced, and the particular ones for J80 Galicia and Fígaros zone of the MRCYB. h) In the rules that govern this regatta, the notification[NP] refers to the fact that an infraction of this rule will not be a reason for protests between boats (modifies RRS 60.1(a)).
i) Special rules of the RFGV and SDX (General Secretariat for Sport of the Xunta de Galicia) for COVID19 prevention. [NP] [DP] (Annex I to this AR).
j) In the rules that govern this regatta, the notification[SP] “standard penalty” the Race Committee, or by the Protest Committee may apply a penalty without a hearing (modifies rule 63.1 and A5 of the RRS).

1.2. The official language of the regatta will be Spanish.


2.1 Participants must meet the eligibility conditions reflected in Regulation 19 of the WS and in the prescriptions of the RFEV to said regulation.

2.2 Participants of nationality or with legal residence in Spain or who compete in boats attached to a Spanish club, must be in possession of the sports federation license for the year 2020. For foreign athletes who do not have a federative license or athlete medical insurance that insures them in case of an accident, they must prove that they have accident and illness insurance valid in Spain.


3.1 Participants may display advertising in accordance with the provisions of Regulation 20 of the WS.

3.2 In accordance with WS Regulation 20, participants may be required to display advertising on the forward 20% of the hull on each side of the boat and on the sides of the boom, as well as possible advertising pennants on the backstay of each boat. All this will be provided at the regatta office once your order has been confirmed.

inscription. Modifications to the stickers provided by the Organizing Committee are not allowed. If it occurs, the Regatta Committee may decree the penalties it deems appropriate.

3.3 The Monte Real Club de Yates reserves the right to demand the elimination or substitution of any type of publicity, message or image displayed during the celebration of the event of the boats or the equipment of their crew members, which does not comply with the moral and ethical standards of general acceptance (Regulation 20 of the WS) or contravene the interests of the organizing club. This includes the celebration of the tests in the regatta field, in the club’s facilities or while it is available to the Regatta Committee.

* The owner or skipper of the boat with advertising will be asked to indicate or show the type of advertising that will be displayed during the regatta, for the approval of the Organizing Committee.


4.1 Participation in this Regatta is limited in ORC to cruisers with a single hull, with a length greater than 7.00 meters, with an ORC or ORC club certificate valid for 2020 and with a GPH of less than 780 s/mile, and must have declaration of complete set of sails, including your spinnaker or gennaker. Whoever does not have it declared, may participate, but will be penalized with 25% of the real time he does in the regatta; as well as the ORC called Open by the organization; Monotypes J80 and Monotypes Fígaro of the MRCYB with the female crews invited by the organization for the Ladies Cup trophy.

4.2 The skippers of the boats must be of legal age. The age of majority must be accredited by means of a photocopy of the DNI.

In case of taking a minor as a crew member, they must have the corresponding written authorization from the parents or guardians.
The responsibility of the minor during the regatta corresponds to the skipper of the boat where he is embarked.

4.3 The following groups and classes are established:

  • ORC ORC CLASS 0-1< 565 s/mile (sticks)
    ORC CLASS 2 Between 565 and< 610 s/mile (sticks)
    ORC CLASS 3 Between 610 and< 650 s/mile (poles)
    ORC CLASS 4 Between 650 and< 700 s/mile (poles)
    ORC CLASS 5 Between 700 and 780 s/mile (coastal)
    ORC-OPEN< 780 s/mile and complying with the standards established by the organization (*) (coastal)
    OPEN EXTRA Authority of the Regatta Committee and Organizer
    J80 Monotype Real Time
    Ladies Cup One Design Real Time

(*) In the OPEN CLASS, only those boats that due to their Gph would be forced to go in other classes, but that do not have a minimum competitive capacity, as well as vintage boats, especially slow designs, etc., may participate.

For those boats that due to their performance could compete in this class, but were more modern models or with materials and elements of high modulus, carbon, etc., the Organizing and Regatta Committee may classify it at its sole discretion in a class called OPEN EXTRA.

• In any case, the Regatta Committee and Organizing Committee will have the power to include, at its discretion, in the OPEN and OPEN EXTRA Group the boats it deems appropriate.

4.4 The Organizing and Regatta Committee reserves the right to admit the inscriptions, as well as to group the boats in the corresponding class or group.

4.5 To form a class or group, at least five boats must register in it.


5.1 In this edition and as a preventive measure due to the extraordinary circumstances caused by Covid19, the maximum number of participating boats will be 70.

5.2 The inscriptions will be formalized through two ways:


Through the link:




Covering the form posted in the regatta section and sending it by email along with a photocopy of the valid 2020 measurement certificate and proof of payment of the registration fees, before September 3 at 12:00 p.m. to:

Mount Royal Yacht Club
Parador Enclosure s/n
36300 Bayonne
phone + 34 986 385 000

Not admitting any registration made after 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 3, 2020.

5.1.1 The registration fees will be the following:

Registration until August 20 / After August 20
ORC 0 and 1 – €200 / €250
ORC 2, 3 and 4 – €150 / €200
ORC 5, OPEN, OPEN EXTRA AND J80 – €100 / €150

5.1.2 Payment of registration fees will be made in cash or by bank transfer to the name of Monte Real Club de Yates to the account:

Account number: 2080-0559-23-3040003658

It will be necessary to present, together with the registration form, the receipt of the transaction, including the name of the boat or sail number, at the club’s offices or by email to

5.2 Registration and confirmation of registration.

5.2.1 The owner or person in charge of each boat must register and personally sign the registration form at the Regatta Office before 8:00 p.m. on September 3, 2020 (ORC, J80 and Ladies Cup) or on September 4, 2020. September 2020 before 8:00 p.m. (ORC 4, 5 and Open). Entries of boats that have made requests to the RFEV for the issuance or modification of their rating certificate after 6:00 p.m. the day before the start of the first race will not be accepted (except for a justified cause approved by the regatta committee).

5.2.2 The registration is conditioned to the presentation before the appointed time of the following documents:
a) Valid measurement certificate.
b) ORC habitability certificate (if applicable).
c) Current insurance policy, which covers civil liability (damage to third parties and property) or extension of coverage of civil liability and damage to third parties up to a minimum amount of 330,556.66 euros.
d) In case of displaying advertising, corresponding federal authorization.
e) Federation athlete license, original or photocopy (MANDATORY to submit along with the registration form).



7.1 The trophy consists of a maximum of:
– 6 tests for ORC 0-1-2-3-4 and Ladies Cup.
– 9 tests for J80.
– 2 tests for ORC 5, Open and Open Extra.
The trophy will be valid when at least one test is completed in the corresponding group.

7.2 The Sailing Instructions will detail the courses to be sailed.


8.1 There will be a classification for each of the groups formed.
8.2 Rankings for ORC groups or classes will be established in accordance with RTC rule 204 and specified in the Sailing Instructions.
8.3 J80 and Ladies Cup will qualify in real time.


Appendix A and the downward scoring system described in the RRS will apply.


10.1 Security and measurement controls may be carried out daily by the Technical Committee.

10.2 The responsibility of attending this regatta having previously updated its Measurement Certificate, measuring the material with which it is intended to participate, is exclusively the registered skipper.

10.3 In no class may the number of crew members on board be changed during the regatta.

10.4 Points 102.3 and 200.1.b of the ORC, minimum crew weight, will apply in this regatta.

11/ SAFETY [NP] [DP]

11.1 All boats must be equipped with a VHF radio with channels 16, 69, 71 and 72.
11.2 It will be the responsibility of the owner or skipper of each boat to comply with the legal regulations established for recreational boats, both in general and in particular for their government, dispatch and security.


The full list of prizes will be displayed at the TOA during the regatta. As a minimum, prizes will be awarded to the best classified in each of the groups ORC, Open, J80 class, and the Ladies Cup Trophy to the winning female crew in the Figaro class, the Conde de Barcelona Trophy to the best classified Portuguese crew in ORC according to the trophy regulations (**). The number of prizes for each class will depend on the number of registered in each of them.

(**) The Regulations of the different Trophies will also be available to the participants on the website of the Monte Real Club de Yates in its section on the Príncipe de Asturias regatta.


The image rights of the event belong exclusively to the Monte Real Club de Yates.

During all the days of regatta and in the social events there will be photographic and television coverage.


Royal Decree 62/2008 establishes the conditions of maritime safety, navigation and human life at sea applicable to nautical-sports events.

Participants are warned, before the start of the tests, that the boats can only participate if they are legally dispatched to navigate the waters through which the test will take place, and if their skippers have sufficient qualifications for their government.

Participants must declare, adequately in advance of the start of the race, the insurance taken out, if applicable, including the risks covered and the limits of liability in accordance with the Notice of Race, being covered for participation in races nautical-sports.


All those who participate in this regatta do so at their own risk and responsibility.

Attention is drawn to Fundamental Rule 4, DECISION TO RACE, of Part 1 of the RRS which states:

“It is the exclusive responsibility of a boat to decide whether to participate in a test or continue in a regatta”



The boats whose registration is accepted in this regatta will have a reserved and free mooring or anchoring place (mooring under the sole responsibility of the owner or skipper) during the celebration of the event, from August 30 to September 12.

See attached map, which indicates the area reserved for participants.
The Monte Real Club de Yates reserves the right to assign berths to the boats in strict order of registration, depending on their size and draft.



The awards ceremony for the 35th PRÍNCIPE DE ASTURIAS TROPHY will take place at the club’s facilities on September 6, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. Any other social event scheduled during the days of the tests will be published on the Official Notice Board (TOA) and on the club’s website in the regatta section.





A1) Interpersonal separation of 1.5m and/or the use of physical protection measures are established as fundamental measures, as established by the regulations, in addition to constant hand washing.

A2) Before attending the activity, participants must undergo a SELF-TEST to confirm symptoms. Do I have a fever, cough or shortness of breath?
A3) All participants must bring their own mask and hydroalcoholic gel with them for all activities.

A4) All participants who have any symptoms of COVID19 or have been in contact with someone infected, will not be able to access the facilities or carry out activities. In addition, they must immediately notify the technical manager of the facility or competition.

A5) It will be mandatory to wash hands at all entrances to the facilities with hydroalcoholic gel or soap, for at least 40 seconds and constantly, before and after each activity that is carried out.

A6) It will not be allowed to share food or drinks between participants, users and/or staff.

A7) All coaches and assistance personnel in water must carry an FFP2 mask and their own bottle of hydroalcoholic gel.

A8) The use of changing rooms is not recommended and they will be used only when necessary. Personal items will not be allowed in the changing rooms. Showers may not be used.

A9) The use of a mask will be mandatory at all times.

A10) In navigation situations in which the safety distance cannot be maintained, a mask will be used whenever conditions allow it and its use is not incompatible with the activity. In case of harsh sea, wind and/or rain conditions, the rain suit will be used to cover the nose and mouth. In addition, before sailing, special attention should be paid to the rest of the measures to minimize the risk of contagion:

– Take temperature prior to activity.
– Frequent hand washing.
– Do not exchange positions on the boats during the same day of activity.
– Disinfection of shared material.


B1) Use of masks and safety distance of 1.5 m. during the actions of lowering and raising boats.

B2) Keep the crews in their own boat whenever they are on the jetty.

B3) Maintain a constant safety distance of 1.5m interpersonally when circulating or being on the slipway and pontoon.

B4) Use of a mask during transits through the pontoon.

B5) Use of a mask in all interior areas of the club.

B6) Hand washing with hydroalcoholic gel in all accesses.

B7) Carry hydrogel on board for constant hand washing of the crew.

B8) Daily disinfection of the ship.

B9) Obligation to use a bottle of water for each crew member. Do not share bottle

B10) Obligation for each athlete to carry their own supplies on board. Do not share food.

B11) Carry a minimum of 5 masks on board to be able to replace those that are damaged.





Mr / Ms ………………………………………. ……………………… with DNI / NIE number …… ..… ………… …..
Skipper / Owner of the Boat ……………………………………………… with Sail number: …………………………

To participate in the 35th PRINCIPE OF ASTURIAS TROPHY, organized by the Monte Real Club de Yates de Baiona and held in the Vigo estuary and Bay of Baiona from September 4 to 6, 2020,

I REQUEST to be able to participate in the indicated Regatta, for which I have read in detail the information provided by the organization itself and I accept the conditions of participation and express our commitment to the personal hygiene and prevention measures of the organization and RFGVela protocol .


● Both he and the crew members of his boat who appear on the registration form know the protocol for returning to the sporting activity of the Royal Galician Sailing Federation and their commitment exhaustively.
● All of them will access the facilities with the recommended protection measures and will use them whenever the sport allows it, complying with the rules of use of the facilities established in the protocol for each of the spaces.
● Despite the existence of a return to activity protocol, I am aware of the risks involved in playing sports indoors in the current pandemic situation.
● Likewise, I declare that IN THE LAST 15 DAYS WE HAVE NOT HAD ANY OF THE CREW:
o Suffered from any symptoms of Covid:
▪ Fever.
▪ Tiredness.
▪ Dry cough.
▪ Difficulty breathing.
Nor have we been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for Covid-19.
● We will immediately notify the Management of the Organizing Entity if any of the above circumstances occurs or is positive for Covid-19, so that the appropriate measures can be taken.
The signature certifies compliance with and acceptance of the rules of the protocol established by the Royal Galician Sailing Federation and the Organizing Club.
In ………………….. to …………. from ………………………. of 2020

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