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    Sportography.tv

    Sportography.tv is a son and father duo – Alex and David Irwin – who specialise in water sports action shots, among many other things.

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    Andrew Simpson Foundation

    Our fundamental ethos is to facilitate a wider participation in sailing, and to optimise the benefits that the sport can deliver to young people and ultimately to society at large.

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    Mayday Chandlery - based at Burghfield Sailing Club

    Mayday hours: Sundays 10.00 – 4.00 throughout the year / Saturdays 12.00- 5.00pm / Also special events such as open meetings and by arrangement.

    Full range of sailing clothes bouyancy aids wet suits dry suits shoes and hiking boots spray tops rash vests. Trailers & Trolleys a speciality. Every conceivable little fiddly bit for the strangest of craft can usually be acquired. (Given a little patience).

    Contact Andy on 07831 618 529

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    RYA - Royal Yachting Association

    The RYA is the national body for dinghy, yacht and motor cruising, all forms of sail racing, RIBs and sports boats, windsurfing and personal watercraft and a leading representative for inland waterways cruising.

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    Blaze Class Association

    The Blaze Class Association exists to assist the development, promotion and organising of Blaze sailing. Membership entitles you to sail at Open Meetings and the Nationals and participate in the enjoyment of these events. In order to race your Blaze it will be necessary for you to join the Blaze Class Association and register your boat.

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    Challenger Class Association

    Challenger sailing is possible, accessible and exciting. There are groups all over the UK and they have boats ready and waiting. There is expert assistance to help people to get ready and go afloat and there are qualified instructors to polish up sailing skills. All groups have safety cover in case of trouble and each sailor can choose between the thrills and spills of racing or the relaxing therapy of just messing about in boats. Either way, for anyone with a disability, the Challenger makes life something to look forward to and adds just a little bit of…well…CHALLENGE!

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    Comet Class Association

    Comet is a single handed, light, easily transportable and launchable by one person. It requires low maintenance and offers challenging performance but most of all is ONE DESIGN. The Comet is fast but surprisingly forgiving. Plenty of sail area for exciting sailing and amazing light wind performance but easily reefed for beginners. Extremely comfortable to sail with a roomy cockpit. Comets have a full programme of open meetings with large fleets at various clubs

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    Enterprise Class Association

    The Enterprise UK Association helps to strengthen Enterprise sailing worldwide alongside Enterprise International and here in the UK with our extremely dedicated and hard working committee. Through the tireless work of these key volunteers and with the long associated support of Enterprise sailors and of course your valued membership we are able to maintain a strong and healthy class.

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    Fireball Class Association

    Probably the highest performance dinghy that just about anyone can sail in almost any wind strength, on any style of race course, on virtually any stretch of water. Ideal for mixed crews, inland club waters or the sea, with entry level boats from just a few hundred pounds and with an active owners association protecting your interests, you could be forgiven for thinking that this is the only dinghy you’ll ever need.

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    Laser Association

    The Laser is the most popular sailing dinghy that has ever been produced. There are now over 200,000 boats world-wide. At the highest level it is an Olympic class for single handed men and women and the UK has a very good standing within the world. With over 1,000 members the Association is one of the largest in the UK and Europe and is able to represent its members to the RYA and, through the International Association, to which all UKLA members are automatically members, and to world bodies such as the International Sailing Federation.

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    2000 (formerly Laser 2000)

    The 2000 Class Association is made up of owners and other interested individuals and provides a focal point for anything to do with sailing the 2000 (formerly known as the Laser 2000).

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    Merlin Rocket Owners Association

    The ultimate hiking dinghy for two people – refined over 70 years of development.
    Now an extremely modern class providing excellent racing throughout the UK.

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    RS Aero Class Association

    Sailors competing in an RS Aero National Class Association’s organised events must be a member of that country’s National Class Association. Sailors who join an RS Aero National Class Association will automatically be recorded as a member of the RS Aero International Class Association.

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    RS200 Class Association

    The age of RS200 sailors ranges from juniors to grand masters, and we encourage a culture of fair and courteous racing for all. We have junior pairs, juniors sailing with parents, youth pairs, and a huge number of adult sailors, inlcuding many masters and grand masters. At this year’s Inlands the ages of the top 10 boats ranged from 12-60+. We also welcome sailors whose main boat is not the RS200.

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    RS400 Class Association

    Working for ALL RS sailors

    • Sets the rules to give great one-design and handicap racing – enhancing resale values
    • Organises websites, forums, race reports, news – keeping you informed
    • Organises racing events with fantastic social scene – improving your Class’s popularity and value
    • Organises training events – helping you get the most from your boat
    • Liaises with the builder, RS Sailing – ensuring the quality and specification are what owners want
    • Encourages new people to get involved – giving a better experience for everyone
    • Negotiates excellent discounts from the RS Sailing Store (including sail discounts), and many other companies

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    RS Vareo Class Association

    Working for ALL RS sailors

    • Sets the rules to give great one-design and handicap racing – enhancing resale values
    • Organises websites, forums, race reports, news – keeping you informed
    • Organises racing events with fantastic social scene – improving your Class’s popularity and value
    • Organises training events – helping you get the most from your boat
    • Liaises with the builder, RS Sailing – ensuring the quality and specification are what owners want
    • Encourages new people to get involved – giving a better experience for everyone
    • Negotiates excellent discounts from the RS Sailing Store (including sail discounts), and many other companies

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    RS Feva Class Association

    The RS Feva Class Association UK is run by volunteers co-ordinating everything Feva, from introducing young sailors to our sport through to managing and organising racing events, training and Squads throughout the UK. Joining the UK RS Feva Class Association means you will be eligible to race in a variety of class events through the year. Membership allows you the opportunity to shape the future of the class through a vote at the AGM.

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    Solo Class Association

    The National Solo is a classic, one-design, single handed dinghy. Designed by Jack Holt in 1956,the Solo remains a popular dinghy, sailed at manyclubs in the UK, Holland and Australia.

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    Solution Class Association

    The Solution is now over 10 years old and has established itself as a great boat with a friendly and sociable open circuit. Made by world-class builder Ovingtons it provides a rewarding ride for experienced and aspiring club sailors.

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    Streaker Class Association

    Light and responsive, it performs really well. It’s great for club racing but did you know the class boasts one of the best open meeting fixtures lists? In 2016 a total of 29 clubs are hosting open meetings in the two travellers’ circuits, the Northern and Southern Paddle series, and on top of that there are the National, Scottish and Inland Championships. At first sight the boat and rig look really simple. The single loose-footed sail is hoisted on a stayed mast with the usual controls of kicker, cunningham and outhaul which can be led back to the side decks near the helmsman’s hiking position. The dagger (rather than centre) board means you don’t have to worry about slot gaskets on the outside of the hull and the rudder has a lifting blade.

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    Topper Class Association

    We are proud to be the UK arm of the International Class Association for the Topper sailing dinghy. The Topper is an iconic single handed sailing dinghy that has provided years of pleasure to sailors around the world, with nearly 50,000 boats now sold. From its early days as a family fun boat, a role it still fulfils to perfection, the Topper has evolved to become one of the UKs most popular single handed racing dinghies.

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