Friendship Series 2017
We can't wait!
... Will the sky again be the only limit for Wim Bleeker in 2017? ...
After the foreseason's Friendship event at Baldeneysee and De Kaag the remaing two events of the Friendship competition calendar of the international 12 foot Dinghy Classical Wood Club are:
|July 21-22-23||Lowestoft, East England (details)||RN&SYC||mailto: Pieter Bleeker mentioning crew, country and number||http://12footcwc.org|
|October 28-29||Lac de l’eau d’heure, South Belgium (details)||SNEH Club de Voile||pre-subscribe: mailto: Pieter Bleeker mentioning crew, country and number for an alert once the SNEH subscription page is launched||soon here|
Details about lodging and stay will be updated here
The format of the Friendship series is classical wood. Sailers of plastic dingies can apply to email@example.com if they want the CWC to try and find them a classical dinghy for rent. We are not sure to succeed but often do.
July 21-22-23 Lowestoft, East England
All updates Lowestoft see http://12footcwc.org
October 28-29 Lac de l’eau d’heure, South Belgium
This year's windfall discovery. A lake of created by a barrage. We're going to try that in 2017!
... From Calais 2 hrs. 30 min, From Hook of Holland and from Utrecht 3 hrs., from Paris 3 hrs. 20 min. ...
... 100 km North East of Lac de l'Ailette ...
Our OK Dinghy friends have this autumn competition annually, we are invited to step in and join the event organized by SNEH Club de Voile Plate Taille (Plate Taille is an alias of Lac de l'eau d'heure) and our CWC-man Pieter Bleeker, who is already scouting for good lodging for us all.
Gea van Ommen found a nice old farm house lodging for us all ....
The shore slopes of Lac de l'eau d'heure are not very steep, which means not too many thermals that can turn the tacking legs into a casino.
... Lac de l'eau d'heure (Plate Taille) ... quite OK size 3.5 by 0.9 km ...
... Cuvée des Lacs de l' Eau d' Heure, a 5.2 alc vol% very light and clear pilsener style beer that would do well in your dinghy on a hot end-of-October day in the downwind lap ...
How could a classic-12foot Dinghy sailor skip any of these unforgettable events?
Web site of the Classical Wood Club http://12footcwc.org