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Racing, training & events World Championships 2017 Gul Worlds at Restronguet Sailing Club, United Kingdom Charter boats wanted for 2017 Gul Mirror Worlds
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Charter boats wanted for 2017 Gul Mirror Worlds PDF Print E-mail
Written by Martin Egan   

A blue wooden Mirror dinghy with AUS national letters launching

A number of sailors, mainly from overseas, are interested in sailing in the 2017 Gul Mirror British Nationals & Worlds. The three Winder charter boats and the four UK Mirror Class Association boats have been booked already, so these sailors are looking for charter boats from other sources.

  • Boats will need valid measurement certificates, buoyancy endorcements & sails with certification marks and be competitive.
  • Overseas sailors are likely to arrive shortly before the event and leave shortly afterwards. If they do have a hire car, it's unlikely to be fitted with a towbar. So owners will need to arrange transport of boats to and from Restronguet Sailing Club in Cornwall.
  • Commercial chartering is likely to be excluded from normal dinghy insurance policies. Owners will need to arrange for cover during the charter period (e.g. Noble Marine offer a extension to their standard dinghy policy to cover commercial charter at £11/week).
  • Boats will need to display the correct National letters of the sailor on the mainsail during the event (e.g. AUS, JPN,.....).
  • Needless to say owners can charge a charter fee to cover all their costs, plus use of boat.

If anybody in the UK or Ireland with a competitive Mirror is interested in chartering a boat, please contact Martin Egan & I will put  your boat on a list of available boats.


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