Duration (door to door):
- Venue: A club opened by Mateusz Kusznierewicz, a Polish sailor who at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, won a bronze medal in the Finn class. Kusznierewicz has also won over 20 international regattas, and won ISAF Sailor of the Year in 1999.
- The participants are divided into 4-person crew who take part in a sailing boat race on a specially prepared route.
- The race is preceded by a short approx. 1 h training workout.
- There will be an experienced, professional instructor on each yacht participating in the regatta, who will encourage participants to take an active part in the work of the crew (steering yacht, crew management etc.) to produce the crews sense of responsibility for the result of the whole team the safety of participants (Water Rescue Service) provided on spot.
- Before leaving the water, participants and instructors meet the Academy race briefing.
- After the division on crews (for example by a draw) the Chief Judge (referee) will familiarize participants with the regatta signals (signs used in the course of the race, eg. start, finish, danger on the route), the race route and safety rules. In accordance with the ISAF (International Sailing Federation) regatta rules, which constitute the guidelines for professional and amateur racing, depending on weather conditions the cruise route runs along the so-called "herring" or triangle.
- For the duration of the race at the disposal of the participants yachts Sigma 10 600 Club are in use.