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RS Aero Ex Charter Boats from the 2019 World Championships

by Richard Furneaux 19 Feb 08:54 GMT
RS Aero Ex Charter Boats from the 2019 Worlds © RS Sailing

Sailing Raceboats have a number of ex-charter RS Aeros, which have only had a week's sailing at the RS Aero World Championships, which took place at Black Rock Sailing Club from the 28th December 2019 to 4th January 2020.

Here are the deals*...

  • RS Aero 5 or 7 with trolley and top cover $11,800 add foil covers for $195
  • RS Aero 9 with trolley and top cover $12,000 add foil covers for $195

These boats are as new, with just one week's sailing. Prices are ex. works in Melbourne, shipping is at cost.

To secure one of these fantastic RS Aeros, please email or call Richard on 04 1380 9408.

Find out more at

* All prices are in AUD

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