The championship of Russia on sailing in a class “Cruiser L-6” will be held on 10-18 August
The championship was declared on 14 yachts of L-6. Regatta will be held on the route Saint Petersburg – Krondshtat – Pine forest – island of Hogland – Vyborg – Primorsk, is about 350 nautical miles. The competition is held in conjunction with the regatta “St. Petersburg sailing week – 2019”.
“L-6 today – one of the most accessible and relatively inexpensive opportunities to go to real sea sailing on a cruising yacht – says the President of the Association of class L-6, Andrey Berezkin. – The content of any yacht of this size, and especially the wooden yacht was built 70 years, is costly, both in repairs, and current expenses on Parking, services and storage. Most of the remaining “sixes” belong to yacht clubs, which provide for their yachts and free Parking. This significantly reduces the cost of the team, limiting their expenditure on the repair of yachts that when a large number (about 30 people) requires a relatively small financial cost to each team member. And of course, it should be noted a huge volume of work on these boats, produced by the team during the period of repair and preparation for the season, without which any wooden boats can not do. All this is valuable first and foremost young people and students – those who are willing to learn and work at sea, who have more time than money. On the deck of L-6 in the campaign in the Baltic sea, a young sailor will receive the same marine practice, which will never find in a Charter cruise in the Mediterranean”.
Project yachts cruising racing class L-6 was developed in 1958 by the design Bureau of the Leningrad experimental shipyard of sporting shipbuilding trade unions. Its author is Anatoly Petrovich Kiselev relied on the experience of creating a keel yachts class L-60, L-45 and L-30, they were built before the great Patriotic war – race in these classes were conducted, starting in 1936. Yacht L-6 is the mass of the national class cruising and racing yachts on the open sea, all the rest of the series of boats that were built in the Soviet Union and in Russia, much fewer in number. These vessels became a true school for helmsmen, many well-known yachtsmen spent training on “the sixes”.
The organizers of the regatta: Public organization “Association cruising racing yacht class “L-6”; ROO “SK boaters Sprak” together with CHU “Saint-Petersburg River yacht club of trade unions”; St. Petersburg regional public organization “Association of sailing “Saint-Petersburg yacht Union”; the Yacht club of Saint-Petersburg.
The press service of the Yacht club of Saint-Petersburg, Olga Dorovskaya, [email protected], +7-921-77118-12
The President of NGO “Association cruising racing yacht class “L-6”, Andrey Berezkin, +7-911-95444-99
Director of CHR “L-6”, Mikhail Mikhailovich Lepeshkin, [email protected], +7-921-99808-08schoolsteering