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Musto Sample Sale On Now!
Wednesday, 05 November 2014 00:00

mustoFrom November 5 - 9th a Musto sample sale is taking place at Brick Lane, London offering, we're told, massive savings. So, if you're in the area in the next few days get yourself down there!

11.00 - 7.00 daily
Shop G4, The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL

Tuesday, 04 November 2014 00:00

Move over Christmas, now’s the time to start planning where you’re going to be out and about in 2015. One of the first events on the sailing calendar is the ever popular RYA Suzuki Dinghy Show, which returns to Alexandra Palace in London from 28 February to 1st March.

Whether visitors are completely new to dinghies or seasoned pros, the show offers something for everyone and remains the only exhibition in the world dedicated exclusively to the sport.

As well as the hundreds of dinghies, on the Suzuki Main Stage will be the opportunity to hear advice about interpreting the weather, get the latest on the British Sailing Team’s journey to Rio and be inspired by a record breaking Wayfarer voyage around Britain. Over in the coaching area there will be interactive sessions including rig tuning, posture and hiking, racing rules and boat repairs.

Tickets brought in advance cost just £11.50 (£9.50 for RYA Members) with children under 16 free all weekend. You can buy tickets here or by calling the ticket hotline on 0844 858 9069 (costs 6p per minute plus your phone company’s access charge). Tickets can also be purchased on the door for £15.50 and free for children.

So don’t miss out, get your tickets today and kick start your sailing season at the RYA Suzuki Dinghy Show.


2014 Endeavour Champions
Monday, 03 November 2014 00:00

sun3Piping their nearest rivals to the post in the final race of the series was just enough for Matt Burge and Toby Lewis, representing the Osprey class, to secure the 2014 Topper Sailboats-supported Endeavour Championship.

A sixth place in the penultimate race for the Osprey team and a third for the Merlin Rocket boys, meant there was just one place between the leading contenders going into the final race. For the Osprey team to win, they had to finish ahead of the Merlin Rocket team.

The final race showdown was exciting with Ian Dobson and Holly Scott (GP14) establishing an impressive one-minute lead over Mee and Pygall (Merlin Rocket). Dobson and Scott maintained their position to the finish but in the closing stages of the race, Burge and Lewis (Osprey) were back in contention after being buried at the start and were able to take advantage of a favourable shift at the final leeward mark and just managed to beat Mee and Pygall across the line.

The Little Britain Challenge Cup
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Wednesday, 29 October 2014 14:41

Sunsail-at-LBCC-2The Little Britain Challenge Cup, the biggest sailing regatta for property and construction, has announced that Sunsail Events has agreed a 3 year deal to become a Silver Sponsor and an Official Charter Partner of the Little Britain Challenge Cup for 2015, 2016 and 2017.

Sunsail operates the only fleet of perfectly matched charter boats in the UK and the Sunsail Match First 40s have competed in their own Little Britain Challenge Cup class for a number of years.  

Sunsail has developed specific charter packages for the Little Britain Challenge Cup that offer excellent value for money and cater for both bareboat and skippered charterers.  Sunsail will work closely with Little Britain to promote the regatta and specifically encourage new entrants to the event.

Push the boat out even further in 2015
Tuesday, 28 October 2014 00:00

Push the boat out even further in 2015RYA Push the Boat Out 2015 will take place over nine days from 9-17 May, providing taster sessions across the UK in sailing and windsurfing.

Over the weekend of 17-18 May 2014, 24,000 people ‘pushed the boat out’ over just two days and similar success is hoped for in 2015.
RYA Club Support Advisor Jackie Bennetts said: “Push the Boat Out was a huge success last year, one of our biggest and best yet and it was fantastic to see so many clubs and centres taking part with record breaking numbers of people getting out on the water.

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