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GP14 Classic & Vintage open meeting, 18 April 2015

Light winds and willow trees on the River Ouse The Round Holes Trophy was up for grabs again. With last year’s winner Duncan Greenhalgh prevented by injury from defending his title, the field was wide open for the second running … Continue reading

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April 2015 e-news

This month’s unmissable events: GP14 Classic/Vintage open meeting, Saturday 18 April Yes, Saturday (not Sunday). Following last year’s successful open meeting … All GP14 sailors (plus anyone else who wants to have a go) are strongly encouraged to come and … Continue reading

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Open meeting: Classic and Vintage GP14s

DATE: Saturday 1 April 2015 PLACE: York RI Sailing Club TIME: First warning signal 11:57 WHO: All classic and vintage GP14s Classic means a boat without underfloor buoyancy sailing with full rig (main, genoa and spinnaker) A Vintage boat is … Continue reading

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January 2015 e-News

Happy new year to all YRISC members! Wednesday 21 January ‘Wednesday evening sailing’ will take place at the Tap and Spile in Monkgate on Wednesday 21 January. Do come along for a noggin and a natter from 7.30 pm. AGM … Continue reading

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October 2014 e-News

Annual Dinner, Friday 28 November Lady Anne Middleton’s Hotel, 7.30 for 8.00 pm. Don’t miss out on the social highlight of the year. Come and see which trophies you have won. Enjoy good food (especially the puddings, apparently), good company, … Continue reading

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GP14 Vintage & Classic Open Meeting, 20 September 2014

Eight boats is not a massive turnout by most standards, but when there are eight GP14s on a start line on the River Ouse just outside York it’s enough to cause quite a jam and plenty of excitement – for … Continue reading

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September 2014 e-News

GP14 Open Meeting, Saturday 20 September As most of you know, we are hosting an Open Meeting for vintage/classic GP14s (i.e. those with round holes or no holes in their transoms) on Saturday 20 September. We are expecting a few … Continue reading

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