GP14
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The modern day GP14 is a two person competitive racing dinghy with spinnaker, constructed from either epoxy resin or wood. The fleet enjoys a competitive international, national and regional racing circuit for adult and youth sailors and is active in training initiatives.
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CraftInsure GP14 Irish League Winners awarded
Free insurance vouchers from Craftinsure
Posted today at 10:39 am
GP14 Hot Toddy at Newtownards
Ruan O'Tiarnaigh & Mel Morris win
Posted on 14 Oct
GP14s at Burwain
A competitive fleet of 18 boats
Posted on 8 Oct
Vintage & Classic GP14s at York
Plenty of excitement on the River Ouse
Posted on 22 Sep
GP14 Irish Youth Championship
Racing from Howth Yacht Club
Posted on 17 Sep
48th Crewsaver 24 Hour Race
South Staffs team win at West Lancs
Posted on 17 Sep
GP14s at South Staffs
30 boats for Midland Bell Open
Posted on 10 Sep
GP14 Worlds at Strangford Lough overall
Setting the standard in all areas for future events
Posted on 19 Aug
Final results from GP14 Worlds at Strangford Lough
Dobson and Tunnicliffe wrap it up
Posted on 16 Aug
GP14 Worlds at Strangford Lough day 3
Dobson and Tunnicliffe lead by a single point
Posted on 15 Aug
In the thick of it!
Right in the middle of championship season at P&B
Posted on 13 Aug
Craftinsure ready to help GP14 sailors
At World Championship on Strangford Lough
Posted on 13 Aug
GP14 Worlds at Strangford Lough day 2
Sam Watson and Andy Hunter move into the lead
Posted on 13 Aug
GP14 Worlds at Strangford Lough day 1
One race completed before the squalls hit
Posted on 11 Aug
'Major incident' at Strangford Lough
GP14 World Championship hit by sudden squall
Posted on 11 Aug
Crewsaver 24 Hour Race preview
The countdown begins!
Posted on 29 Jul
Irish GP14 National Championships
Shortened to a 2 day event at Sligo
Posted on 22 Jul
Less than a month to the Exe Sails GP14 Worlds
100+ boats booked to visit Northern Ireland
Posted on 19 Jul
GP14s at Leigh-on-Sea
A damp grey start to the day
Posted on 16 Jul
GP14 Ulster Championships at Donaghadee
Strong tide caught a few crews off-guard
Posted on 2 Jul