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by Meryl Deane 6 Jan 2012 11:58 GMT 8 January - March 2012
The Chichester Snowflake Series happens every winter © Sophie Mackley

A Warm Welcome to the Snowflake series at Chichester YC

With a favourable forecast for the weekend, Chichester YC is expecting a large turnout for the start of its first days racing in their 2012 Snowflake Winter Series.

The event begins on Sunday 8th January 2012, first start at 1000hrs. The series runs from January to March with 10 races.

Racing will be held for the following fleets:

Fast handicap fleet: Boats with a Portsmouth Yardstick of 1060 or lower.

Medium handicap fleet: Boats with a Portsmouth Yardstick in the range 1061 to 1169 inclusive.

Slow handicap fleet: Boats with a Portsmouth Yardstick of 1170 or higher.

For more details, notice of race, entry form and the sailing instructions please go to www.cycdinghies.co.uk

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