Access Coaching Days at Docklands and Mornington


David Staley, Monday, 22 September 2008

The AACA is arranging a series of training days for Access Class sailors who would like to develop their racing skills.  It doesn't matter if you are a regular Championship competitor or have never raced in your life - these sessions are designed to improve your skills and increase your confidence on the water.


An introduction and theory session will be held at The Hub, 17 Waterview Walk Docklands, at 7pm on Tuesday September 30.  The practical sessions will be held at Mornington Yacht Club and Docklands Yacht Club.


Racing Skills Instructors will be Colin Smith, Morgan Staley & David Staley.

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