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by Mik Chappell 20 Mar 15:31 GMT 13-14 April 2019
Great North Assymetric Challenger (GNAC) at Bassenthwaite © William Carruthers

This year's Great North Asymmetric Challenge (GNAC) at Bassenthwaite Sailing Club will be held on 13 14 April 2019.

The event will be an 8 race series sailed on windward/leeward courses, open to all asymmetric dinghies and Vortexes. More details and online entry can be found here.

There will be an evening meal available for all competitors in the clubhouse on Saturday evening (additional meals can be booked) and plenty of good banter at the bar, along with an 'Old Skool Game Night'. Camping is available onsite.

The entry fee will be £25 for double handers and £15 for single handers for entries received online by Monday 8th April. Entries received after that date will be £35 for double handers and £25 for single handers. A discount of £5 is available to helms aged 17 or under.

The club will be open from 17:00 on Friday 12th April. The first start will be at 13:00 on Saturday 13th April.

Read what happened in the RS400 fleet at our 2018 GNAC here.

We hope to see many familiar and new faces on the start line in April!

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