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O’pen Bic have-a-go Day in Melbourne

by Bevan McKavanagh on 3 May 2012
If you’re in Melbouurne. Come and Have a Go! - O’pen BIC Have-A-Go-Day, Safety Beach Sailing Club, VIC Bevan McKavanagh
If you’re in Melbourne this coming weekend or on the weekend of May 20th and you want a chance to check out the world’s fasting growing junior sailing class, then come along to an O’pen Bic Have-a-go Day, hosted by Safety Beach Sailing Club and Sandringham Yacht Club.

The have-a-go days will start at 10am and finish at 3pm. The idea of these days is for sailing clubs and their members to see the O’pen Bic in action and come along and have a day. There will be six boats available at each day and there is no charge to have a go. All you need is your sailing gear, a little sailing experience and the desire to get out and have a go.

Upcoming demo days include:

Safety Beach Sailing Club, VIC (May 6th, 9am-3pm) Phone or email for further info: otbmatine(at)aanet.com.au, 0413 208 777

Sandringham Yacht Club, VIC (May 20th, 9am-3pm) Phone or email for further info: otbmatine(at)aanet.com.au, 0413 208 777

Avalon Sailing Club, NSW (May 27th, 7am-11am) Phone or email for further info: info(at)glideindustries.com, 040404 5774

Would your club like to host a demo day?
O’pen Bic have-a-go days are being hosted by sailing clubs all over Australia. If you think your club might be interested in hosting a have-a-go day get in touch! Email: info(at)glideindustries.com.
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