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Countdown to the GJW Direct 46th Bloody Mary

by Queen Mary Sailing Club 20 Dec 2019 20:42 GMT 11 January 2020
The GJW Direct 46th Bloody Mary © www.Sportography.tv

There is less than a month to the big day on Saturday 11th January, the fifth leg of the Selden SailJuice Winter Series. Make sure you save the date, enjoy a fantastic Christmas and start your 2020 sailing with a bang!

NEW for 2020 - GPS Boat Tracking!

All boats will be provided with GPS tracker units with the action streamed live via the internet and available to analyse after racing. On the day head to Training Room 5 to collect and return your trackers, this is the big room on the ground floor.

We've got a whopping 96 boats signed up at this early stage, hope you can make it, it's looking like a classic!

Briefing video for the Bloody Mary

What is the Bloody Mary?

The Bloody Mary is open to dinghy classes with a PY number equal to or lower than the International Topper and to selected keelboat classes. The first start is scheduled for 12 noon with the slowest boats starting first and the faster boats starting progressively later. The race lasts 150 minutes.

Online entry will close at midnight Wednesday 8th January. Entries will be accepted on the day until the entry limit is reached. The Entry desk will open at 8:00am on Saturday 11th and close at 12:00pm, please arrive early and head to the clubhouse to complete the forms.

That's all for now!

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and we look forward to seeing you in the new year!

Best wishes,

The Bloody Mary Team @ Queen Mary Sailing Club.

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