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National 12 Gul Series at Ripon Sailing Club - Preview

by Tim Hampshire 22 Sep 2019 02:40 PDT 5 October 2019
Close racing at the windward mark during the Ripon National 12 Open © Gail Jackson

The seventh event in the National 12 2019 Gul Series is on Saturday 5th October at Ripon SC.

Ripon Sailing Club is just off the A1(M) north of Leeds. Camping is available for free on Friday and Saturday night, please let Tim Hampshire know if you intend to arrive on Friday so we can ensure access. email:

Lunches and refreshments will be available to purchase from the galley through out the day and a bar will be available in the evening after racing.

There will be a vintage tuning session in the morning, pre-racing, for those who would like some support.

After racing there will be a short Try-a-12 session for anyone new to the class and also for any members that would like to experience the different flavours of N12s.

First warning at 10:55am. Entry is £20 per boat which includes class levy and pie & pea supper.

NoR: www.national12.org/events/2019/Ripon_NoR.pdf

Series so far: www.national12.org/events/2019/GulSeries/results_overall.shtml

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