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Get ready to enter the Blaze National Championships at Stone Sailing Club

by Ben Harden 23 Mar 06:18 PDT 10-12 June 2022
Essex Week 2019 at Stone Sailing Club © Nick Champion / www.championmarinephotography.co.uk

Entry for the Blaze National Championships will open on the 24th March at 11am! Set your alarms, because there's a reason to be ready...

In order to encourage early entry, the fees are as follows:

  • First ten entries - £65
  • 11th - 21st entries - £75
  • 22nd - 32th entries - £85
  • 33rd - 44th entries - £95
  • 44th + entries - £100

Don't miss out!

Entry will include a free polo shirt (courtesy of Hartley Boats and the Old Salt Loft) for the first 50 entries. After the first 50, polos can be purchased separately.

The long-awaited return to Stone Sailing Club is set to take place on the 10th - 12th June 2022 after COVID put a stop to the 2020 event.

With attendance reaching an all-time high for the class at the 2021 Nationals of 75 boats the fleet is expected to continue its momentum. Hartley Boats, Richard Hartley, promised a new class boat if we can reach 100 entries at the 2022 event. So, now is the time to grab yourself a boat and get entered for what is sure to be another record-breaking National Championships.

Event website: www.blaze-sailing.org/event-details/national-championships-2022

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