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Post Options Post Options   Quote patitifa Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 Nov 17 at 9:24pm
iGRF nailed it - I'm on the A21! Been to the county a couple of times and the idiosyncrasies of the road network are clear.  I suspect I will be limited to that patch of coast.  I think Medway will sadly be too far.
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When you have your new boat, come and do the Icicle at Bough Beech which is a really well supported (100 entries +) handicap series in January and February. I'm sure you can get there quickly now the A21 Pembry bypass is open Then you will be all trained up and ready for your new sea club when their summer season opens... or you might just decide to stay at Bough Beech!
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I am biased but I would consider Chipstead Sailing Club, the kids sailing thing is every weekend (Bough Beech is once a month I believe), it is nearer the A21, its a smaller lake so plenty of close racing, you will get good class racing in a variety of classes. In your shoes I would join the 15-20 Solo's sailing every saturday and also get a Graduate to join the 10-15 of them sailing each sunday with the kids. Take a look at the results section on the website to get an idea of fleet sizes.
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