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Enterprise Association opens online entries for 2019 National Championships

by Alice Driscoll 30 Jan 10:12 GMT 3-9 August 2019
The 2019 Enterprise Nationals will be at Mount's Bay © Neil Richardson

The Enterprise Nationals for 2019 will be hosted by Mount's Bay Sailing Club from 3rd - 9th August 2019, with arrival and registration on Saturday 3rd, and racing starting on Sunday August 4th August.

For the first time, the class is running its nationals in conjunction with the Osprey National Championships, which takes place from 3rd to 7th August. This combined event is bound to add to what already promises to be a great week both socially and on the water.

Sponsored jointly by Allen, North Sails and Seldén, there will be a range of great prizes for all categories and divisions, ensuring that everyone in the fleet stands a good chance of bringing home some goodies.

Discounted entry is available until the end of April with special promotional prices available for Youths and first-time entrants, and for Enterprise sailors who haven't attended a Nationals since 2013. So, if you haven't been to a Nationals before, or not been for a while, then make this the year to come and give it a go!

The Nationals Championships entries are divided into Gold, Silver and Bronze divisions, so there's always a level of competition whatever your skill and experience. Your division will be determined by your experience and performance at the beginning of the week. Everyone comes together to race and to share experience and skills that allow fellow competitors the chance to learn and progress. As a class, our number one priority is to have a good time enjoying great racing and socials.

Mount's Bay offers excellent sailing afloat combined with a great family holiday destination, providing all the ingredients necessary for a great week for sailors and non-sailors alike.

The club house is situated opposite the picturesque St Michael's Mount, the bar terrace provides fantastic views across the wide sandy beach and bay beyond, where our racing will be held.

The week starts with a Pasty and Pint welcome on Saturday evening. Throughout the week entertainment for all the family includes a guided tour of St Michael's Mount, live band, prize giving disco and meal on the final evening.

Our new Automated online Entry form makes registering easy so don't delay, enter now by visiting the dedicated Championship Webpage: www.sailenterprise.co.uk/enterprise-nationals-2019

For more info please contact Steve Sargent: or 07979 594848.

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