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Miracle Midland Area Championship at Staunton Harold Sailing Club - Preview

by Ann Nugent 18 Apr 10:55 BST 23-24 April 2022
Miracle racing at Staunton Harold in 2018 © Ann Nugent

We're looking forward to a fantastic weekend with sailing, socialising, sunshine and hopefully the perfect wind!

In advance and on the day

  • Please sign up in advance online. Note that payment is on the day - but signing up, allows us to ensure the best racing for the event.
  • Registration from 9:30 am on Saturday
  • The warning signal for the first race will be on/ after 1:00 p.m. on Saturday and...
  • Up to 5 races will be sailed. We are looking to schedule two races on the Saturday afternoon with the GP14 fleet and a further 2 races on Sunday morning and a final race, on Sunday afternoon. Note that some races may be back to back and all races will be all weather conditions depending.
  • Entry fee £30 for visiting boats payable on the day and FOC for SHSC members' boats this year.
And of course the galley and bar will be open!

Social meal

On Saturday we will be hosting an evening meal - please let us know via the sign up form if you would like to join us.

NOR / SIs and Briefing Video

Check out the NOR, Sailing Instructions and a short briefing video in advance of your visit here.

Where to stay / local information

Find links to places to stay here. Please note that visiting sailors can enjoy camping on-site - please let us know in advance if you will be camping. For your supporters, in addition to cheering you on from the comfort of our club house and grounds, there are lovely walks around the sailing club and the National Trust's Calke Abbey close by is a great place to visit. Plus of course Melbourne Village is just a five minute drive away, an attractive Georgian market town with a range of shops, pubs and restaurants.

We look forward to seeing you on 14th May, if you have any queries please contact us via .

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