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Nick Craig to remain at the front with Harken UK

by Charlie Pennell, Harken UK on 16 Dec 2016 16 December 2016
Nick Craig's B14 © Harken UK

Nick Craig is undoubtedly one of Great Britain's best amateur sailors. He has an unmatched record of consistently being #atthefront of the OK, Enterprise, RS400, Phantom and, more recently, the Merlin Rocket, D-One and B14 classes. Not to mention, relentless success at the Endeavour 'Champion of Champions' Trophy which he has won a record 6 times.

"Harken fittings are the best so I'm very pleased to continue working with you."

Approachable, humble and dedicated, he has been a fantastic Ambassador for the Harken brand for a number of years. We look forward to help him continue to excel within the sport, even if we have to compete against him occasionally!

www.harken.co.uk

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