1.1 Entries shall be made using The BROE system.
1.2 Races will be rowed under the rules of British Rowing, with the addition of specific Local Rules.
1.3 All questions of eligibility, qualifications, interpretation of the Rules or other matters not specifically provided for, shall be referred to the Committee, whose decision shall be final.
1.4 If a crew is found to be illegally entered, whether by accident or design, the club may be excluded from the following year’s regatta.
1.5 The Committee reserves the right to alter the published programme.
1.6 The Committee reserves the right to reallocate a crew to the appropriate event if it considers an unsuitable category has been entered.
1.7 In the event that no racing takes place on Friday, processional races may be run on Saturday. When it is not possible, for whatever reason, to complete an event, the draw pattern may be changed or times from the time trials, heats or semi-finals may be used to determine the winner. Competitors will be made aware of the method to be used.
1.8 All semi-finals and finals will be held on Sunday 18th June.
1.9 Names of participants in crews in all events except junior ones will be displayed on the website after the draw.
1.10 The Venue, will not available until 9am Wednesday 14th June. There will be construction work on site until Thursday evening. Any person entering or interfering with the construction areas may be subjected to penalties.
1.11 We will endeavour to have the boat racks and landing stages available by 9am on Wednesday 14th June. However, crews should not count on this and have trestles available in the trailer park if necessary. Boats should only be placed on racks designated for each boat type.
1.12 All boats must be removed from the Regatta site no later than 9pm on Sunday 18th June. If any boats remain after this time they will be removed and all costs incurred will be charged to the appropriate club.