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The Great North Asymmetric Challenge 2015 - Enter soon

by Mik Chappell 18 Apr 2015 10:46 BST 25-26 April 2015
Mike Saul and Meg Fletcher during the Great North Asymmetric Challenge © Roy Blackburn

There are only a few days left to get the early bird discount for the Great North Asymmetric Challenge (GNAC) at Bassenthwaite SC on 25 – 26 April 2015.

The entry fee is: £35 double handers or £25 single handers. But there is a £10 discount available for those who enter by 19th April 2015 via web collect.

Camping is available on site and the Clubhouse open from 17:00 on Friday 24th April to Sunday 26th April. The Galley will be operating on Saturday and Sunday for meals with an evening meal in the clubhouse on Saturday for those who have booked. The Bar will be open on the Saturday evening with draught beers available.

The first start will be at 13:00 on Saturday. The SI's will shortly be available on web collect as above.

The event will be an 8 race series sailed on windward/leeward courses, open to all asymmetric dinghies and Vortexes. The GNAC is, this year, part of the calendar for the RS400, 200 and Vareo Northern Tours.

If you need any clarification or further information please contact Jonathan Denwood via

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