Notice of Race are now ready for the Laser Europeans 2015 in Kaløvig, Denmark.
Follow the links to see the Notice of Race for every single event:
Notice of Race European Laser Radial Women’s Championship & Trophy 2015.
Notice of Race European Laser Standard Senior Championship & Trophy 2015.
Notice of Race European and World Laser Radial Men’s Championships 2015.
Follow this link to enter the Laser European Championships via the Laser Class website. Here you can also access the complete entry list.
Aarhus is the fastest growing city in Denmark. In terms of population growth and the creation of jobs, Aarhus, with 324.000 inhabitants, is Denmark’s second largest city and the top-ranking growth centre of West Denmark.
Aarhus is an attractive city to live, work and study in. The level of education in Aarhus is twice as high as the national average, and the city boasts one of the highest concentrations of students in Northern Europe. One in seven inhabitants is a student at one of the city’s 25 educational and research institutions. There are more than 45,000 students in total in Aarhus, and the city’s largest institution of higher education – the University of Aarhus – is among the top 100 universities in the world and the top 30 in Europe.
Local trade and industry benefit from easy access to the latest developments and knowledge and to a highly qualified workforce – on an equal footing with international companies which set up businesses in Aarhus. Aarhus boasts an international-class IT environment. Through networks and multi-sectoral co-operation the IT environment in Aarhus is a constant source of new ideas and knowledge, an enhancement for the large number of events which are held here.
For one thing, partnerships for the purpose of events-based innovation between companies, innovation and research environments, organisations and associations and other parties make Aarhus an attractive location for holding international yacht-racing championships.
The City of Aarhus, Sailing Aarhus, the ACTIVE Institute, the Aarhus School of Architecture, TracTrac and other parties have worked together for several years on developing and testing innovative ways to present yacht-racing. Together they have created a brand new technology platform which makes it possible for spectators to enjoy yacht-racing closer-up in an innovative, spectator-friendly way.
The GPS tracking system was initially developed for the Volvo Youth Sailing ISAF World Championship in 2008. Because of the overwhelming positive feedback about the system within the world of yachting it has subsequently undergone further developments, such as for the SAP 505 World Championship in 2010, the 49`er Europeans 2013 and it was also used in connection with the most recent Volvo Ocean Race.
Getting to and from Aarhus
Getting to Aarhus is quick and easy no matter where you enter from. Frequent national and international train and bus lines, highly developed motorway links, national ferry lines, and two international airports one hour’s drive from Aarhus – Aarhus Airport and Billund Airport – all provide easy access to the city.
You can learn more about Aarhus here.
About Kaløvig boat harbour
A former Team Danmark Olympic training centre, now one of the main training centres of ‘Power House Aarhus’.
Kaløvig Boat Harbour has ideal conditions for training camps and yacht-racing events as well as extensive club facilities, including conference rooms, briefing rooms, changing rooms with a sauna, a gazebo, gear / technical rooms, a camping site, a restaurant with an a la carte menu, and 26 double rooms for rent.
Kaløvig Boat Harbour frequently serves as a venue for training camps, etc. for national teams from Denmark and other countries.