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RYA Suzuki Dinghy Show 2014 – Still time to get your ticket

by Susie NationGrainger on 26 Feb 2014
RYA Suzuki Dinghy Show 2014 RYA http://www.rya.org.uk
RYA Suzuki Dinghy Show 2014 - There are just four more days until the start of the RYA Suzuki Dinghy Show 2014, when Alexandra Palace, London becomes the centre of all things dinghy sailing.

The show, in association with Yachts & Yachting, takes place over the weekend of 01-02 March when hundreds of exhibitors, in some 12,000 sq. metres of halls will be showcasing all the very latest boats, books, kit and more.

Being the only show in the world dedicated exclusively to all things dinghy, the RYA Suzuki Dinghy Show is a dinghy sailors paradise, whether you’re young or old, novice or pro, cruiser or racer; it’s the perfect way to kick start the 2014 season.

There are some fantastic talks and presentations lined up with expert analysis and insight on the Main Stage, while over at the interactive Coaching sessions some of dinghy sailing’s leading experts and coaches will be sharing their top tips on a host of topics from getting started and sailing fitness, to rig tuning, tactics and racing rules.

The halls will be packed to the rafters with some spectacular boats from the old time classics to the very latest in design, including fantastic displays from the Miracle and 505 classes, both celebrating special anniversaries, in the west corridor.

There are loads of activities for the kids too including the Holt Blow Boat Challenge, ‘Bob the Buoy’ Treasure Hunt, RS sailing simulator and much more.

There are also a whole host of competitions for you to take part in, where you could find yourself walking away with your very own dinghy! So if that whets your appetite then book your tickets today.

Tickets brought in advance cost just £8.50 for RYA members and £10.50 for non-members, with children 16 or under; free all weekend.

Tickets can also be purchased on the door for £13.50 adult and free for child, but if you want to beat the queues and save money then book online now

RYA Affiliated clubs can also take advantage of a special ticket price of £8.50 when booking 10 or more tickets at a time.

If your club is planning on organising a group trip to the show, you can purchase tickets online or via the ticket hot line and take advantage of the group discount price.

Simply state how many tickets you want, minimum 10+ adults, state the name of your club at the point of booking to confirm you are an affiliated club, and you’ll be eligible for the special RYA Affiliated clubs group discount price.

So, if you’re passionate about dinghy sailing or simply want to find out about getting started, then book your tickets now and come visit the show; there really is something for everyone.

For the price of your ticket, you get far more than just a show. Free advice, free workshops and free talks are available at your fingertips, and the halls are packed to the rafters with dinghies galore. You’ll find everything you need to improve your sailing or get you started.

Make a date in your diary now and joins us at the show for an action packed weekend.

The advance ticket line closes at midday on Friday 28 February 2014.

Love Dinghy Sailing? Then why not join the association that promotes and protects, safe, successful and rewarding boating. Join today and support the RYA in protecting your boating rights and freedoms. Take advantage of free advice and support on all aspects of your boating, as well as enjoying a range of fantastic personal member offers.

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