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Miracle Class Championships at Staunton Harold Sailing Club - Preview

by Ann Nugent 5 Apr 2019 18:32 BST 13-14 April 2019
Miracle racing at Staunton Harold in 2018 © Ann Nugent

Staunton Harold Sailing Club looks forward to welcoming Miracle sailors from up and down the country on 13th/14th April for the 2019 Miracle Class Championships. 2018's event saw a clean sweep of bullets to count for Thornbury SC's Smith team. Meanwhile Shustoke and Redoubt SC sailors battling it out for second and third. Who will be this year's top three boats?

Registration will be from 10:00am on Saturday 13th April. And the first race is scheduled to start at 11:30am. For the full NOR/SIs please go to: shsc.org.uk/open-meetings

The entry fee is just £25 per boat.

Camping is available on site, or for links to alternative accommodation via trip advisor please go to: shsc.org.uk/places-stay-near-staunton-harold-sailing-club

Enjoy a full weekend at SHSC! There will be a full galley over the weekend, with an evening meal available on the Saturday.

For further information please contact

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