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Radio Sailing at the RYA Suzuki Dinghy Show

by MYA Publicity Team 25 Feb 2015 15:05 GMT Stand H8 , 28 February - 1 March 2015
IOM Nationals Race Start © Sue Brown

This year's RYA Suzuki Dinghy Show will see the MYA showcasing the best that Radio Sailing has to offer to the Dinghy, Skiff or Keelboat sailor looking for a new challenge or an outlet to sharpen their racing skills. Our sport attracts and supports all level of sailors from club through to Olympian, along with aspiring to recognised yacht designers offering an inexpensive way to try their hand within the various International and National classes in the UK and abroad.

On any given weekend at race events throughout the country, you could bump into the likes of Richard and Kit Stenhouse (1996 Olympian - Finn and Musto Skiff Champions), David Campbell-James (1984 Olympian - Tornado), Rod Carr (2012 Olympic Regatta Manager and former RYA CEO), Colin Goodman (World Fireball Champion), David Hollom (2015 14' Skiff World Champion Designer), Brad Gibson (18' Skiff JJ Giltinan runner-up) and Tony Edwards (National 12 Champion) amongst a host of other sailors of all levels competing in this fantastic discipline of our sport.

To see just what attracts some of the world's best and all that competitive Radio Sailing has to offer, join us at H8 in the West Hall at this year's RYA Suzuki Dinghy Show. On hand this year to guide you through what we have to offer is 8 time World Champion skipper and designer Graham Bantock, Designer and skipper David Hollom, Sailmaker Nigel Brown and a host of current experienced skippers and MYA officials ready to welcome you.

Visit us also at www.mya-uk.co.uk

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