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2000 Winter Championships at Grafham Water Sailing Club - Preview

by James Macgregor on 7 Mar 2013 16-17 March 2013

Come and start the 2000 class "Serious Fun" year with the inaugural Winter Championships sponsored by Noble Marine.

The 2000 class have this unique opportunity to have Grafham Water to themselves for an open meeting. Racing will start at 12:00 on Saturday 16th March with three races back to back. Sunday racing will start at 10:30, again with three races back to back.

Entry fee only £25 (normal youth reductions apply).

There is a meal provided on Saturday evening to coincide with half time in the England vs. Wales game! Also a mug of soup will be made available when you come off the water on Sunday.

Camping is available for the hardier members of the fleet. Recommendations for more comfortable accommodation can be found at www.grafham.org.

For more information including the NOR and SIs please go to the 2000 website.

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