Parkstone YC GP 6/7 June

Rod Harris back in the saddle!

Rod Harris, back in the saddle!

The long wait is nearly over, the 2015 Parkstone YC GP is very nearly upon us.

With only three weeks to go to the Nationals at Stokes Bay, this is your last open in which to hone your skills for the National Championship.

Ken, just in the saddle...

Ken Barker, in the saddle (just!)

Registration will start at 0900, the race briefing will at 11:30 in the clubhouse and
the first warning signal will be at 1255 on Saturday an 1155 on Sunday. Full details can be found at: Parkstone YC Moth Open

Not only will this your last chance to race in UK waters before the Nationals at Stokes Bay, but included with
your £35 entry fee you’ll also get a free ticket to the Parkstone Yacht Club Summer Social BBQ, courtesy of Quay West Chandlers.

With prizes on offer from Why Jewellers and Magic Marine, it’s going to be an event not to be missed!

For advice on where to stay, etc. – contact Rod (rodharris1987@yahoo.co.uk) or me (barker.kenneth3@gmail.com)

Ken Barker

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