Hartley have put together a fantastic offer to try to kick start Blaze sales for 2019. They have two separate offers (both Expire 31/12/2018):
Photos from the Inlands
With thanks to Bob Ladell and his colleagues at KGSC
More photos on the Blaze Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/486204804768809/permalink/1909761965746412/
The race report, from Eden Hyland, can be found here.
2019 National Championships
The date for the 2019 Nationals has been changed. Please update your diaries...
Brixham Yacht Club will be the location for our 2019 Championships on 7th to 9th June.
We will return to Paignton SC in 2020
Warsash Blaze Open 7th and 8th June 2018 - race report
The race report for this year's Warsash Blaze Open can be found under Events, Results and reports here.
This, and reports from other Blaze, Fire and Halo racing, are located under 'Events', 'Results and reports' in the menus above.
Blaze Nationals 2018 - Results and reports
Blaze training 2018 - photos and videos
For all those who attended the recent sail training at Burghfield SC last month (and those who couldn't make it this time), Paul at the Andrew Simpson Watersports Centre has sent a link to the photos and videos that were taken on the day.
They can be found on Dropbox at: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/sh2bi4blq4cs300/AABg4B0u7ebLkszckUH2J2K0a?dl=0
Joint Open Meetings with Fire and Halo
The Class Association would like to make everyone aware of how the multiple class open meeting will work. There will be a separate start for the Blazes and a combined start for the Halo and Fire. We would like to be as inclusive as possible but need to ensure that rig swapping is not used to distort the results. So it has been proposed that which ever class you cross the startling line for your first race of an open meeting will be the one that is used for your results. If you subsequently change rigs you will be allowed to race but your results will not be counted for your second rig. Whilst this may not make all of you happy it does allow people to sail rather than sit on the shore when conditions change.