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Seldén SailJuice Winter Series entry now open!

by Susannah Hart, Seldén Mast 17 Oct 2018 08:00 BST
Seldén SailJuice Winter Series 2018/19 © Seldén SailJuice Winter Series

The 2018/19 Seldén SailJuice Winter Series, the UK's biggest winter handicap events, will constitute the same seven events as last year. With over 160 different classes and approximately 1000 participants across the series many sailors consider this series one of the main goals of their winter racing.

This year sailors will be competing, not just for individual prizes, but also for the new perpetual trophy presented by Seldén Mast to SailJuice at the series launch during the recent Southampton Boat Show.

In its 10th Anniversary year, SailJuice hopes to bring a family focus as well as giving people a reason to get out sailing during the 'off' season. Seldén Mast Ltd Managing Director and 2017/18 series prize winner, Steve Norbury said: "We like the concept of SailJuice, it brings a whole load of events together, encourages people together from different classes, and provides a great opportunity for people to catch up with friends from other fleets. It's also multigenerational, parents get their kids involved, and the Series really helps drive dinghy sailing through the quiet times of the winter."

"It's all about participation and I think that SailJuice is really important for bringing people together and increasing the participation in our sport. I will certainly be entering as will other members of the team at Seldén Mast" continued Mr Norbury.

Entry for the series' events below is now open at Selden.SailRacer.org

  • Fernhurst Books Draycote Dash, Draycote Water Sailing Club
    17 & 18 November 2018

  • Datchet Flyer, Datchet Water Sailing Club
    8 & 9 December 2018

  • Brass Monkey, Yorkshire Dales Sailing Club
    27 December 2018

  • Grafham Grand Prix, Grafham Water Sailing Club
    30 December 2018

  • GJW Direct 45th Bloody Mary, Queen Mary Sailing Club 12 January 2019

  • John Merricks Tiger Trophy, Rutland Sailing Club
    2 & 3 February 2019

  • Oxford Blue, Oxford Sailing Club
    16 February 2019

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