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Sigma 33 Championship Fleet Building Nicely for Royal St George Yacht Club Event

14th March 2018
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Sigma 33 numbers on Dublin Bay could reach a high of 25 for this June's Championships with boats travelling from Northern Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales Sigma 33 numbers on Dublin Bay could reach a high of 25 for this June's Championships with boats travelling from Northern Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales Photo: Afloat.ie

Sigma 33 sailors are making their sailing plans in good time for 2018 with 15 entries from 11 different clubs received for the class and Irish Championships being held in the Royal St George Yacht Club from 22nd – 24 June 2018.

As Afloat.ie previously reported, a fleet of 25 boats is expected to gather from Northern Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales.

The class boasted a fleet of 19 for last year's Dun Laoghaire Regatta, producing one of the biggest one design keelboat events in the 2017 fleet.

The early bird entry for June's event closes on 17th March 2018 and all entries received on or before that date will be entered in a draw and the lucky winner will receive a refund of their entry. 

Organisers have announced that the draw for the refund of the entry fee will take place in the Royal St George Yacht Club on Thursday 22nd March 2018 at 7.00 in the Trophy room.

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