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Volvo Noble Marine RS600 Nationals moved to September date at Lee-on-the-Solent SC

by Sally Campbell 2 Apr 2020 10:46 BST 11-13 September 2020
RS600s racing at Lee-on-the-Solent Sailing Club © Martyn Smith

The Volvo Noble Marine RS600 Nationals have new dates of 11th-13th September, with optional practice on 10th September. We are very happy to have agreed these new September dates, which will be shared with the 49er Nationals and at the weekend an RS400 open. The RS600s will have their own course and committee boat.

Lee on the Solent have an experienced race management team, used to running major championships, sailing on the edge of the finest Solent sailing waters. For 2020 they have a brand new clubhouse, with stunning views to the Isle of Wight.

The entry fee is just £95/boat. We will not be charging a late entry fee this year, but are asking sailors to enter now to show the club and class that they 'intend to sail'. No payment needs to be made until 10th August and in the event that the Championship cannot run, no payment will be due/kept. The entry fee includes the practice day, three days racing, and an RS600 Fleet Dinner ticket.

Event details and online entry at www.rs600.org/championships/index.asp?pg=Home&eid=1980

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