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Squib Nationals at Lendy Cowes Week - future champion wanted!

by Nigel Grogan 27 Jul 2018 17:21 BST 4-11 August 2018
The 50th Anniversary Squib Nationals has been capped at 100 boats © Roger Mant Photography

The Squib Class Association are offering a free ride for any aspiring, talented under 25 year old team to race in the forthcoming Nationals. Lendy Cowes Week starts on 4th August and the Squib Class are celebrating their 50th Nationals by holding it during the Week.

A suitable team will be selected to be offered a competitive loan boat and free entry - all they need to do is demonstrate their suitability and turn up! Preference will be given to sailors who might be considered future class Champion material! You will be entrant number 100!

If you match the criteria and want to sail the countries most popular and competitive keelboat class at the biggest keelboat championship this year then email the Class Chairman,

You must be under 25, prepared to enter the 'under 25 competition' for the week.You must be free to get to Cowes by 3rd August to register with your crew. A loan boat with insurance will be provided at the venue, you must assist in rigging and launching on Friday 3rd. You must be prepared to sail in all races for the Nationals (Sunday to Friday) and will be granted associate membership of the NSOA. Assistance with accommodation and travel will be offered.

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