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Europa Cup Hungary
Fri 6th September 2019 - Sun 8th September 2019
Hungary, Balatonfüred

Regatta Informations

This regatta will be organized by the Balatonfüredi Yacht Club.

Sailors wishing to enter must first complete an application form.

Entry Fee60.00€ (EUR)Late Entry Fee80.00€ (EUR)Entry Closing DateTue 27th of August
Entry Addresshttp://eurilca.eu/event/application_form.php?id=167
Race office openingThu 5th of September , 16:00 Race office closing Sun 8th of September , 19:00
First RaceFri 6th of September , 11:00Last RaceSun 8th of September , 14:00 N° of Races8
Social events
Event merchandise, snack parties, other social events
Insurance Requirements

Each participating boat shall be insured with valid third-party liability insurance with a minimum cover of €1,500,000 (1.5 million Euros) per event or equivalent there of in any other currency.

Club Details

Balatonfüredi Yacht Club, 2 Zakonyi Ferenc utca, 8230 Balatonfüred Hungary

Email: varro.anna@byc.hu
Tel: +36 70 415 1651
Fax:

About Balatonfüred, Hungary

Boat Landing Area and Facilities:
The 150 year old Balatonfüredi Yacht Club gives excellent launching and landing facilities for the regatta participants. 2 slipways, 700m2 grass, 1300m2 concrete area are for general and storage use. 550 m3 topped hangar are suitable for opening and closing ceremonies, and for general use as well. Lock up store with electric light and electric power is available.
Local Facilities:

A size of 150m2 mutifunctional room with a 50m2 terrace is available with high speed internet facilities, projector, digital board, microfon, etc. for regatta office, a room for the Jury and Doctor is also avaliable within one building. Separate changing rooms for girls and boys with their own showers and toilets, and extra shower and refreshments are also reachable. A nice buffet with warter side and a newly establised gym can also be found on site.

Average Wind & Weather Conditions:
Lake Balaton is the largest lake in Central Europe situated in the middle of the Hungarian Trans-Danube territory in the western part of the country. The 77-km-length and the 14-km-width form a 600 squarekilometre-water surface. Tihany peninsula divides the lake in two parts, forming there a strait, - with about 1 km to sail it across - where you can find the deepest point of it, with 11 metres. This spot is known as the "Tihany Well' and it is caused by the periodical stream of the longitudinal movement of the water due to the E-W or W-E winds. The main axis of the lake lies approximately SW-NE. The water deepness varies between 0.5 and 5 metres, the smaller one on the Southern shore, and it becomes 2 metres after a 600-1000 m distance. At the hilly Northern shore the deepness starts with about 1.5 and reaches the above mentioned 5 metres relatively soon. The wave pattern is very special. The short and relatively high waves are very rough when it blows. The wavelength is 3-4 metres, occasionally 6 metres but only in strong wind. The height of the waves is usually 1 metre but in strong wind it may reach 1.5 metres and the crests fall through. In very rare circumstances, over a wind speed 80 km/hour, the wave crests are taken away and the water starts to form a dusting steam which is very dangerous. 
During the preliminary regatta time wind conditions are balanced but different. During September East wind is prevailing.
Local Driving Directions useful reaching the Boat Park: 
By car the easiest way is to take the main road 71. If you're coming from Budapest, you can use the motorway M7 (until the exit by the kilometre-sign 90, towards Balatonfüred). The distance from Budapest to Balatonfüred is 130 kms. Please note, that on all motorways (M1-M7) you have to buy a vignette sold at petrol stations. There is a fast growing highway network in Hungary (1,480 km in total). Each highway starts at Budapest. These are the most useful motorways: 
M1 - connection to Győr, Austria and Slovakia (west) M3/M30/M35 - connection towards Ukrain M5 - connection to Serbia, via Kecskemét and Szeged (south-east) M6/M60 - Connection to Dunaújváros and Pécs (south) M7/M70 - connection to Lake Balaton, from Croatia and Slovenia (south-west) By plane: the closest international airport is Budapest Liszt Ferenc Airport, which operates flights to most European destinations. You need to take a bus from the airport to Déli pályaudvar (Railway Station) and take the train to Balatonfured (about 2 hours) 
For charter information please contact us at http://byc@byc.hu
 

Accommodation

As a mayor tourist destination Balatonfüred, a variety of accommodation is available within walking distance from the organizing Club. Large campsite within 1 km, plenty of large and small hotels from 1 to 4 stars, private accommodation in large variety. The price varies according to the quality of accommodation, Accommodation offers will be indicated on the website.
Please visit this website: http://www.balatonfured.info.hu/