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Noble Marine West Country Boat Repairs RS200 Nationals social programme announced

by Sally Campbell 15 Jul 13:57 BST 15-19 August 2021
Penny Clark, Pete Vincent & JoHewitson ©

With just one month to go before the first warning signal for the Noble Marine West Country Boat Repairs RS200 National Championships at Exe SC, the fleet committee have announced the awesome social programme.

As ever there are some brilliant meals and socials lined up for the 100 boat+ RS200 fleet with local food, beer and entertainment.

Highlight of the week is sure to be the legendary, history-making, RS200 fancy dress party, this year the Ugly Party, with live band funded by sponsor West County Boat Repairs. Committee member Victoria Upton says "The fabled RS200 fancy dress night's theme will be "On the farm" this year. So come as your best tractor, cow, farmer, potato, haybale or anything else you find on the farm!"

The programme also features the famous RS200 Buddy Quiz, Karaoke from Jake Peach at Bespoke Disco and the final night Championship Dinner and Prizegiving.

The programme has been carefully designed by the club and Class Association to be as Covid-safe as possible, utilising outside space and a special Championship Marquee.

Tickets for all meals will go on sale soon, and we will be asking sailors to please book in advance to help the club make the best plans with covid in mind.

Entry currently stands at 107 boats, we'd love to make it 125 for the 25th RS200 Nationals. Online entry closes 1st August -if you want to come please enter now.

Full details are at

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