2019 Flying 11 National Championships

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2019 Flying 11 National Championships

The 2019 Flying 11 National Championships will be held at Port Stephens Sailing and Aquatic Club from 12 to 18 January 2019. 

As well as great sailing, the National committee has been working on a post racing social program and daily lunch orders.  More details are on the Event Homepage.

Event Homepage

For the Event Homepage for Nationals click here.

Registration 

To register on Trybooking click here.

To register for the Presentation click here.

To express interest in pre-Nationals training email robert.gasperini@utas.edu.au.

Transitional fleet 

The Transitional Fleet is a crucially important part of Flying 11 fleet development. Crews that are new to the class or have not had much race experience will be actively supported at this year'ss National regatta. We will have coaching during races to get these young crews up to speed.  At the moment we have only a small number of transition fleet entries, so in order to make this aspect of the regatta a reality, we need all potential transitional boats to register ASAP. 

Presentation

To wrap up this years National Championships, there will be an informal function at the Nelson Bay Golf Club on Friday 18th Jan from 6:30 to 8pm. Tickets are $20 per adult, cash bar, (registrants are free). Depending on final numbers, we’ll have a selection of pizzas, canapes and kids food or a BBQ with deserts. We need final numbers ASAP so get onto the TryBooking site for your tickets.

Pre-Nationals Training

Pre-Nationals training at Port Stephens will be available on Friday 11 January

Cost: Dependent on boat numbers.

RSVP: Contact President Rob Gasperini ASAP to book - Email: robert.gasperini@utas.edu.au  




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