Shipping for 2011 Moth Worlds in Belmont

It seem that no sooner is one event finished than preparation starts for another!

To try and keep costs to a minimum, Ricky Tagg is arranging the shipping for those wanting to go to Belmont. If you are planning on going, or thinking about it, please contact him so that he can include you in the process. Having an idea of numbers will help with negotiating better rates, pick up points, etc.

At this time the following have confirmed interest:

Mike Lennon

Graham Simmonds

Jason Russell

Ben Paton

Simon Hiscocks

If you are not on this list please contact Ricky directly an let him know. Those who went to Dubai, know that last time it was organised, all you had to do was take your boat to a location in its travel box and it was waiting for you when you arrived so if you want cheaper rates and hassle free transport get in touch!

Ricky will be posting indicative costs to help those still undecided in the next couple of weeks and will get final prices nearer the event.

Please contact Ricky directly rather than using the yahoo group. His address is:

ricktagg at yahoo dot co dot uk

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