What next after Toppers?
If you are unsure what class you want to move into next, this is a great opportunity to go and try some boats. The details provided by IOCA are as follows:
"When the time comes to move on, IOCA (UK) are committed to helping sailors in their transition. As part of this journey we are running a transition day on Sunday 25th November 2018 at Weir Wood Sailing Club and would like to invite any Topper Class sailors who may be thinking about moving out of the class over the next year. Have you ever asked yourself which boat should I sail next? What is it like to sail double handed? Which boat would suit me and my style of sailing? If so then come along and join us.
We are excited to have available for you to try boats from the 420, 29er, RS Feva and Laser 4.7 classes. The class representatives will be on hand to tell you about the boats, the classes and most importantly to get you out sailing in a new style of boat.
If you are interested in coming along and would like to know more details and costs please contact Maryan Hook at IOCA. Telephone number 07597 662391 or by emailing email@example.com
We look forward to hearing from you and to welcoming you to Weir Wood Sailing Club on Sunday 25th November."
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