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Poole Week 2022: Early-entry savings until Sunday

by David Harding 6 Aug 08:57 BST 28 August - 2 September 2022

Poole Week is now only three weeks away - it runs from 28th August to 2nd September - but there's still time to take advantage of discounted entry fees if you're quick! They end on Sunday 7th August. Entries will still be accepted - indeed welcomed - after Sunday, but they will be at the full rate.

Over 140 boats have entered already. Joining the locals from Parkstone Yacht Club are others from Poole, Burghfield, Middle Nene, WPNSA, Bosham, Grafham Water, Chew Valley, Wembley, Welsh Harp, Queen Mary and Lymington.

All know what a wonderful event Poole Week is, with its friendly atmosphere, top-class racing and great social life. Anyone who wants to join in the fun but can't manage the whole week can enter by the day. A mini-series for ladies is also being run this year, for lady helms in the slow handicap fleet on the first two days (Sunday 28th and Monday 29th). This fleet typically includes boats such as ILCA 6s and 4s (Laser Radials and 4.7s), Fusions, Toppers and Picos among others.

The faster classes can expect a mixture of windward/leeward/triangle courses and 'harbour tours' to take in some of the scenic parts of Poole Harbour.

For more details or to enter, visit www.PooleWeek.org

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