Grafham Water Inland Championships 2014

Tom Lambert

The Inland Championships are on 27/28 September. 1st Race is at 13:00 with a briefing at high noon and 4 races per day. The entry fee is £35 and INCLUDES evening meal. We plan to award the series trophies in the evening (Winter Champs, GP Series and Speed Trophy) and there are loads of great prizes as well.

Before you ask – yes there is camping for those brave enough (I am too old for that sh*t!) – download the booking form from the club website or contact the club directly.

Please make the effort as it is 3 years since we have been able to have an event here and there is a new fleet of Moths here who need our support. We have lost one venue this year due to apathy – no more please!

Notice of race is here: Inlands NoR

Entry form can be downloaded here: Inlands Entry Form

Suggest you ignore Windguru forecasts because as we know “Many a good days sailing has been ruined by a bad forecast”

Look forward to seeing you all at the Inlands – should be a great event!


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