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Travellers Series Round 6 - Two Islands - 13th August

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Just a quick reminder about the next event in the 2016 Travellers series at Two Islands Model Yacht Club in Milton Keynes, just two weeks away on the 13th August. Details below, book your entry now using the MYA online form here.

For more information about Two Islands MYC, their website is here.

Venue - Two Islands RYC, Lynmouth Cres, Furzton, MK4 1JP.

Date - 13th August 2016

Times - Briefing 9:45 am, Start 10.00 am, End no race to start after 3:30pm

Entry Fee - £4.00

Prizes - Overall Winner to third (depending on entry numbers), 1st placed DF65.

RO: - Peter Shepherd, email peter.shepherd62@gmail.com

Alt contact - Stephen Tomlinson, stephen@tomlinsonfamily.org.uk

Entry via MYA-UK online entry system - closing date Friday 12th August

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There is still just time to get your entry in for the next Travellers series event at Two Islands MYC in Milton Keynes on the 16th. 15 skippers are already registered, including all the top contenders for the 2016 UK Class Champion Trophy. With the forecast predicting dry weather and 10-12 mph winds it should be a great days racing.

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Twenty-two skippers entered this round six RG65 class, one day event at Two Islands, Milton Keynes. The weather was warm, dry and wind variable between 6-8 mph from the west / southwest. Race officer Peter Shepherd and his helpers from the local club did an excellent job setting the course keeping things in order in an efficient but always good humoured manner. A total of 17 races where completed sailing all 22 boats in one fleet.


It is to the credit of all skippers that no major issues occurred throughout the day, all skippers sailed competitively but with skill and respect for the rules of sailing and respect for the other skippers sailing.


Sailing was very close all day, Phil Holliday having the better morning but John Tushingham the better afternoon and finished in first place with Phil second and Noel Donaldson in third. The rest of the fleet where all very close behind.


Everyone had an enjoyable day in very pleasant surroundings, and although the range of skills and experience was quite broad and the variety of boat designs very varied the sailing was very close throughout the day.

Full results attached below.

RG65 Travellers Aug13.pdf

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