Five local boats and seven travellers from across the southeast made for a very competitive fleet at the RS200 Sacred SEAS series at Shoreham.
Two final races settled the 2021 RS200 National Championship with the title going to James Peters and Maddy Anderson of Hayling Island SC.
Still all square at the top of the RS200 National Championship leaderboard after 8 races completed.
The two leading contenders for the 2021 RS200 National Championship . . . Arran Holman and Toby Lewis, and James Peters and Maddy Anderson, remain in lockstep after six races.
Climbing into 1st place overall, Arran Holman and Toby Lewis lead into day three of the RS200 National Championships at Exe SC.
Day 1 of the Noble Marine West Country Boat Repairs RS200 National Championships finished with two twams tied at the top of the leaderboard.
James and Jess Hammett of the host club winners of the RS200 Grand Prix Open Meeting at Hayling Island SC.
Tom Morris and Rob Gullan lead after the first day of the RS 200 Grand Prix Open at hayling Island SC
Isaac Marsh and Fresh Abendstern were the winners of the RS200 Rooster National Tour and Sailing Chandlery Northern Tour event at Yorkshire Dales SC
RS Sailing has entered into a new partnership with British boat builder Gingerboats Racing Ltd who will take on the manufacturing of the RS200