Sunday. Waiting for wind. Click for biggerUp-and-coming B14 Aussie, Scott Cunningham travelled from Melbourne to compete in the B14 Inlands at Queen Mary Sailing Club this weekend.

The new Seavoultion B14 had its first showing amongst the fleet. The new B14, now built by Synthesize and fitted out by Seavolution, really looked the business, a good quality finish and a well thought out fit out - it certainly looks destined to be a winner in the right pair of hands.

A reminder to one and all that the UK Inland Championships, final 2011 TT and end-of-season celebration is just two weeks away - 1st and 2nd October - at Queen Mary SC, west London. You might be thinking "should I stay or should I go?" well it'll be a (white) riot. Demonstrate that you know your rights and that you don't train in vain, or go straight to hell*.


For those that haven't decided to come yet, the details (sorry they're a bit, um, last minute) are on the forum.

Hopefully the wind will be better than currently forecast, but it will almost certainly be sunny and warm regardless of what happens. The social? Should be good, but we need YOU there to make it so.


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GBR 788, Seavolution hull 0001 in build at Synthesize Group

UPDATED 9/9: more photos below

Not to distract from the excitment of the Worlds in Perth, the UK and French events team are well into arranging next year's European Championships. The venue will be in northern Brittany, at the Centre Nautique du Plérin (here on the map), about an hour and half drive from St Malo and Roscoff ferry ports (less time if you're Barry). For those from Britain that prefer a shorter ferry crossing, there's a good road all the way along the north of France. The date has yet to be decided but we'll try to get this to you as soon as possible. Sébastien and Sophie look forward to seeing as many as possible at their home club.