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Maximise the performance of your boat – North U Seminar

by Dave O'Connor on 14 Jun 2012
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After an overwhelming response and a fully booked out first seminar, Sandringham Yacht Club Sail Committee has announced that on Wednesday 20 June 2012 the team from North Sails will be conducting another North Sails Australia ‘North U Trim Seminar’ at Sandringham Yacht Club.

The experienced team from North Sails including Noel Drennan, Aaron Cole and Michael Coxon will be conducting the seminar on the evening focusing on the detailed aspects of trimming and maximising your boats performance.

Whether you sail a small one design dinghies, cruising yachts, multihulls or high performance racing yachts. This is a great opportunity to learn how to trim your sails efficiently and fast with the seminar focusing on the key aspects of rig and sail set up, trimming techniques and some top tips for boat handling.

SYC Members = free
Non Members = Gold coin donation [funds raised will go to SYC Junior and Youth Development Fund]
Date: Wednesday 20 June 2012
Start Time: 7:00pm
Venue: SYC Training Auditorium

Places are limited so to confirm your booking click here http://www.syc.com.au/keelboat/wednesday-20-june-maximize-the-performance-of-your-boat-north-u-seminar/
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