The events are held under UIM Offshore rules and International Seaway rules.
Each driver must have a liability insurance for bodily injury and material damage (including on third party) occurring at competition and training. The insurance amount must cover at least for bodily injury 10.000.000 SEK plus for material damage 10.000.000 SEK. Each crew member must also have an accident insurance covering medical and hospital expenses, medicines and transportation.
Your insurance must be written in English and submitted one month in advance, according to U.I.M. Rules. For more information see Rule 205.11 INSURANCE
The racing instructions will be distributed by e-mail.
The racing instructions will also be published on www.nynasoffshore.se
no later than August 10th.
All boats must use the Swedish webtracking system. Foreign competitors that don’t have this are advised to download the app on their phones (more instructions in the Racing Instructions). If a team can’t use their mobile phone (you have to be able to use the internet), please let us know in advance and we will try solve it for you.
Prizes will be given to places first to third in each individual race and to places first to fifth in the total of the European championships.
Helmet & Racing vest
Helmets must be according to rule 713
Racing vests must be according to rule 712
The choice and efficiency of a racing vest is the sole responsibility of the wearer and the wearer is entirely responsible for the choice of his/her helmet.
Registration and scrutineering
Registration and scrutineering is compulsory each racing day that participation will be made. See time schedule for secretariat´s opening hours and times for scrutineering.
The organizer has the right to put sponsor and event stickers on participating boats.
The race Committee reserve the right to remove offending and/or conflicting publicity material. Advertising of alcohol and tobacco products in Sweden is not allowed.
The protest fee is 800 SEK
All protests must be accompanied by a fee according UIM rules that will be returned if the protest is upheld.
According to rule 504.
Entry form must be received by the organizing committee within July 15th.
All entries must be approved by the National Authorities according to UIM rule 203.01.
We do also need your NA approval within July 15.
The entry form is web based and available at www.nynasoffshore.se
If you need any more information or assistance, You can always contact us by email: email@example.com
Please use the registration
The entry is free of cost for none Swedish competitors. The Entry fee for Swedish competitors is 2200 SEK and shall be transferred no later than 15th of July to:
Swedish only: Anders Söderlund
phone +46 70 512 0260
Swedish and English: Per Benson
phone +46 70 641 86 21
Powerboat Racing is by its nature a dangerous sport and therefore inherently involves an element of risk. However, I understand that having good knowledge of the rules and ensuring that my equipment is in good working order will help to minimise risks.
By participating in or becoming involved with Powerboat Racing organised by UIM or SVERA
affiliated clubs either as a participant, team member or otherwise individuals agree and acknowledge that:
1) they are aware of the inherent risk involved in the sport and accept responsibility for exposing themselves to such inherent risk, including risks to their person, their property, drowning, hypothermia, collision injuries, burns and other physical injuries as well as possible death.
2) they have satisfied themselves that they have the necessary skill and knowledge to take part in the event and deal with the conditions that may arise in the course of a race.
3) they will not participate in the event whilst under the undue influence of alcohol, drugs or whilst otherwise unfit to participate.
4) they are responsible for the safety of themselves their crew their boat and their property whether afloat or ashore and that the management of their boat including insurance is solely their responsibility.
5) scrutineering does not constitute a condition survey of the boat and it is solely their responsibility to decide whether or not to start or to continue in any powerboat race.
6) ensuring the efficiency and suitability of the helmets and racing vests worn is solely their
7) the provision of a race management team, patrol boats and other volunteers by the event
organisers does not relieve them of their responsibilities.
8) the provision of patrol boat cover is limited to such assistance particularly in extreme weather conditions as can be practically provided in the circumstances.
9) to be bound by the conditions of the Race Entry Form, Racing Instructions / Advance
Programmes and the General Competition Rules of the UIM and the SVERA.
10) they will accept the decisions of the organising committee and officials nominated by the
11) they understand that is their responsibility to ensure that the event has suitable insurance cover in place before participating and it is also their responsibility to ensure that they familiarise themselves with event Risk Assessments & Race Instructions / Advance Programmes and bulletins before participating.
THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR A COMPETITORS DECISION TO PARTICIPATE
IN A RACE OR TO CONTINUE RACING IS THEIRS ALONE
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