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    Posted: 14 Dec 15 at 4:47pm
Hi All!

Please can I have some help with a secret santa gift suggestion?

My colleague and I have been allocated two brothers who work for the company, both of whom are into sailing.

Are there any tips for a secret santa gift for them, the value limit is 10 each.

They sail together sometimes so if they tied in somehow that would be great, yet separate ideas are also very welcome!

Many thanks :)
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An Allen Aerovane wind indicator each, 9.99 each, new out and look cool compared to the market leader. This is if they sail singlehanded dinghies.
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If they're into racing then two books everyone should have are a copy of the rules, and its companion the case book. They're 8.99 plus 1.50 postage from the RYA web site

RYA Racing Rules Sailing 2013-2016
RYA Appeal Case Book

RYA Racing Books Shop

They also do a handy guide to the racing rules which is 3.50 plus postage.

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how about a proper sailing lighter to make sure their ropes stay fray free.



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Great stuff, this has been a really big help. We have gone for the Aerovane and lighter.

Thanks all.

Have a great xmas :)
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