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    Posted: 09 Oct 08 at 11:13pm
It's this weekend.

Practice tomorrow (Friday)

Have I missed the build-up (runners and riders?) somewhere?


Like some other things - sailing is more enjoyable when you do it with someone else
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Mark Jardine Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Oct 08 at 6:31am
I haven't had anything in from the event yet. The website http://royalcorinthian.co.uk/endeavour.php is still showing the 2007 information.
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Class Helm Crew
49er John Pink Rick Peacock
B14 Nick Craig Toby Lewis
Cadet Arthur Henderson Will Henderson
Cherub Class Peter Barton Roz Allen
Comet Ian Coppenhall Mark Coppenhall
Enterprise Tim Sadler Richard Salt
Europe Chris Gill Jan Gill
Fireball David Wade Ben McGrane
Firefly Paul Kameen Steve Tylecoat
GP14 Ian Dobson Andy Tunnicliffe
Hornet Mike Hart Duncan West
ISO Neil Ashby Graham Oliver
Lark Class Christopher Fish Beth Condie
Laser 2000 Rob Burridge Amy Hulley
Laser 4.7 Olly Porter Ben Harden
Mirror Emma Barry TBA
Musto Skiff Richard Stenhouse Kit Stenhouse
National 12 Graham Camm  Zoe Ballantyne
OK Dinghy Terry Curtis Chris Downham
Osprey Martin Cooney Jon Gorringe
Pico Dan Henderson Bruce Spratt
RS200 Roger Gilbert Jane Willan
RS 600 Christian Reynolds TBA
RS Feva Tim Gratton Chris Taylor
RS700 Paul Bayliss Jane Olive
Streaker  Steve Cockrill Keri Harris
Supernova Mike Gibson Keith Bond
Vortex Ian Escritt Ben Rayner

 

There has been a bit of a lack of information .

My money is on Gilbert.



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/\ I take it by Crew for some boats they are the standby helm!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Chew my RS Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Oct 08 at 8:49am

No Steve Tylecote to defend his crown?  Looks quite a strong lineup though. 

1Craig

2Gilbert

3Camm

4Burridge

5Sten

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Nick craig will win
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How do they decide which class gets an invite?
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Originally posted by Fans1024

How do they decide which class gets an invite?

There's a lot of "which class is prepared to turn up" I think. Most of the folk I know who've done it said "never again". (Which probably reflects the kind of boats I sail!)

Obviously if its the sort of sailing you do regularly then fine, but if sailing up and down a muddy river in slowish boats is not your thing why would you waste a weekend which you could spend sailing in the boat you like?

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I find it hard to care anymore, if they can't even be arsed communicating with the sailing community at large why should we bother really.
Unless it's one of those ones where no one will tell you anything unless you go and track down a copy of DSM...
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Post Options Post Options   Quote alstorer Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Oct 08 at 10:51am
Nick's "excuse" for going to the RS400 inlands rather than the Tide Ride was to get some practice in in a vaguely similar boat. Or at least that was what he told the B14 forum, the big boat slut that he is.
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