Plas Heli

The Welsh National Sailing Academy and Events Centre .

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Ellie Driver,Rose Edmonds,420

The RYA is pleased to announce the 2022 RYA Youth National Championships will be held at Plas Heli, Wales, from 9-15 April 2022.

The country’s most prestigious youth sailing competition returns to its traditional Easter time slot after the Covid-19 situation meant a change of dates to the 2021 event that is due to take place in Plymouth in early August.

Plas Heli, the Welsh National Sailing Academy and Event Centre, also sees the return of hosting duties as Covid restrictions in Wales meant cancellation of the 2020 event that was set to be held at the Pwllheli venue.

2022 will see the first time the new current pathway equipment will be raced from the same venue as iQFOiL and kites join the ILCA, 420, Nacra 15 and 29er fleets.

Both the foiling boards and kites will make their debut in the upcoming Youth Nationals but restrictions and scheduling conflicts mean the kites will contest their Youth Nationals shortly after in Exmouth.

Mark Nicholls, RYA Youth Racing Manager, said: “We are really happy that the Youth Nationals is heading to Plas Heli for 2022.

“Everyone at the venue and RYA Cymru Wales worked so hard to get the event on in 2020 in exceptional circumstances but came unstuck with a situation that was out of anyone’s control.

“But now, young sailors from across the nation will get the chance to experience safe and fun racing in a fantastic venue. It’s going to be a great event yet again I’m sure.” 

For the latest news from British Youth Sailing, head to www.britishyouthsailing.co.uk or check out the BYS social media channels. 

For details about the venue at the Welsh National Sailing Academy and Event centre please have a look at the venue prospectus Plas Heli - Prospectus or visit plasheli.org  

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Please check the posters in the bar for the latest passwords

There is also a dedicated and separate WiFi for Events at Plas Heli

 

 

> Welsh Government  Alert level 2 COVID  restrictions apply - the bar and  restaurant is open for both outdoor and indoor  service for groups of six per table ( plus under 11's)

> The Plas Heli outdoor facilities - event pontoons and compound  are  open for outdoor activities by maximum groups of six, and organised outdoor activity for groups of up to 50 . 

> Plas Heli is open for scheduled   indoor organised activity for up to 30 adults, and no limits on under 18's

> Masks must be worn in all public indoor areas at Plas Heli.

> Track, trace and protect  is mandatory for visitors to  the bar/restaurant and for those taking part in indoor organised activity.

 updated May  24th   2021. Reviewed 27th July and Next Review 7th August

The 2021 season starts on 1st April and the demand for the berths on the Plas Heli pontoons is already exceptional, we anticipate a 100% occupancy this season!

We are extremely grateful for the mammoth effort of our volunteer workforce in carrying out maintenance and preparation works on the pontoons, including the jet-washing of the walkways.

So, we are now all set and ready for the season!

For those who have not yet completed the '2021 on-line application form' (here) we strongly recommend that this is done as soon as possible. Berths will be allocated on a first come basis.

Priority for berths will be given to the customers who commit to a seasonal berth.

We have already moved the versa-dock to provide additional berths on the north side of the main walkway and we are now looking at other options to help with the increased demand especially in the peak season. When these plans have been developed, we will share the information via the CHPSC e-newsletter and on the Plas Heli web site.

2021 is going to be busy - the sailing events will include many Class Events, Four National Championships and one European Championship, in addition to Regional and National Training Camps

More information about these events on our 'Activity Calendar' or on the list of 2021 events here

 


 

Mae'r Cyfleusterau yn Plas Heli bellach ar agor a bydd y bar a'r caffi ar agor o ddydd Iau 12fed Tachwedd yn amodol ar y cyfyngiadau arferol ar bellter, tracio ac mwgwd gwyned

Yn unol â'r mentrau diweddaraf i leihau lledaeniad Covid 19 rydym yn benderfynol o chwarae ein rhan i leihau lledaeniad y firws hwn.

Byddwn yn darparu diweddariadau ar y wefan hon a thrwy ein diweddariadau wythnosol ond am nawr cadwch yn ddiogel.

Diweddarwyd - 9fed Tachwedd 2020

Betsi CadwaladrYou may have noticed a new porta-cabin located adjacent to the old club building - this is used by Betsi Cadwaladr National Health Trust Nursing staff for patient consultations in a secure, covid-free environment.

Plas Heli is pleased to be able to assist the NHS with this facility and also with the use of the training rooms at Plas Heli

 

 


 

Plas Heli, the café bar, compounds and pontoons are now open and available for our customers guests and visitors.

Access to our facility is however conditional on compliance with our 'Covid 19 Protocol'

In particular our visitors and customers are reminded to respect the rules on social distancing (it is 2m in Wales), regular hand cleaning and all visits to the facility must be recorded on our track and trace systems as follows:

  • bar@plasheli.org for all visits to the bar and
  • access.log@plasheli.org for all visits to any other part of the facility - compounds, main hall and training rooms, the quayside parking area and of course the Plas Heli pontoons.

This procedure is very important and is designed to protect the health of everyone who work/volunteer at the facility and of course you the visitors and guests.

For cancelled events - and Camping see latest information here                                               

Plas Heli, the café bar, compounds and pontoons are open and available for our customers, guests and visitors. 
Access to our facility is, however, conditional on compliance with our 'Covid 19 Protocol'

Summary of Conditions of Entry - Its the law!

> Wear a Mask
>Maintain a 2m Distance from others
> Sanitise your hands (regularly)
> Track and Trace (see below)
> Table Service
> 10 pm Curfew 

This procedure is very important and is designed to protect the health of everyone who work/volunteer at the facility and of course you the visitors and guests.

In particular our visitors and customers are reminded to respect the rules on social distancing (it is 2m in Wales), regular hand cleaning and all visits to the facility must be recorded on our track and trace systems as follows:

  • bar@plasheli.org  for all visits to the bar and
  • access.log@plasheli.org for all visits to any other part of the facility - compounds, main hall and training rooms, the quayside parking area and of course the Plas Heli pontoons.
  • Please use the NHS QR Code in addition to our own QR code - more details here
  • To contact us please send an e-mail see our 'contact us' page here

For cancelled events - and Camping see latest information here                                               

Mae'r Cyfleusterau yn Plas Heli ar gau yn unol â'r Rheoliadau Cyfnod Atal Byr a gyhoeddwyd gan Lywodraeth Cymru

23 Hydref i 9 Tachwedd 2020

Mae manylion am gyfyngiadau Llywodraeth Cymru ar deithio, lletygarwch ac ymarfer corff ar gael yma yma 

Er ein bod wedi cloi i lawr, byddwn yn parhau i wrando ar y canllawiau a gyhoeddir gan ein Corff Llywodraethol, RYA Cymru, a byddwn yn rhannu unrhyw newyddion gyda chi trwy'r wefan hon.

Cadwch yn ddiogel

Gwybodaeth Cyswllt

Plas Heli Cyf Glany Don, Pwllheli, Gwynedd LL53 5YT

Bar:        01758 614 442
Swyddfa:   01758 613 343

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