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woottonwillis153 08-08-2015 02:05 PM

Safety boats for Torquay Required
 
The British Powerboat Racing Club is looking for *Volunteer Craft* to help marshalling and safety of the event in Torquay.

Race boats will start off Cowes in the morning and then race via Poole Bay and Portland Bill to Berry Head before turning north towards the Ore Stone then west to finish of Haldon Pier. In the afternoon, race boats will undertake a mass rolling start off Haldon Pier and follow the reverse track back to Cowes. Motor Cruisers, speedboats, yachts and RHIBs can all be of assistance. Previous experience of powerboat racing is not required nor is any special equipment.

In return for your time and effort you will not only get a first hand view of the race boats but will also receive memento of the event.

If you are interested, require further information and/or wish to assist, please contact one of the following:-

Safety Secretary - Lucy Griffith > lucyblast@aol.com or mobile 07595 894006
Safety Officer – Richard Salaman > richardmsalaman@gmail.com or mobile 07976 701770
Race Secretary – Sally Windsor > sally.windsor@btinternet.com or phone 07802 291701
Officer of the Day – Rob Andrews > robandrews@btinternet.com or phone 01983 202833

Event Website : http://cowestorquaycowes.co.uk/
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Keanaz 08-08-2015 11:26 PM

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Originally Posted by woottonwillis153 (Post 256734)
The British Powerboat Racing Club is looking for *Volunteer Craft* to help marshalling and safety of the event in Torquay.

Race boats will start off Cowes in the morning and then race via Poole Bay and Portland Bill to Berry Head before turning north towards the Ore Stone then west to finish of Haldon Pier. In the afternoon, race boats will undertake a mass rolling start off Haldon Pier and follow the reverse track back to Cowes. Motor Cruisers, speedboats, yachts and RHIBs can all be of assistance. Previous experience of powerboat racing is not required nor is any special equipment.

In return for your time and effort you will not only get a first hand view of the race boats but will also receive memento of the event.

If you are interested, require further information and/or wish to assist, please contact one of the following:-

Safety Secretary - Lucy Griffith > lucyblast@aol.com or mobile 07595 894006
Safety Officer Richard Salaman > richardmsalaman@gmail.com or mobile 07976 701770
Race Secretary Sally Windsor > sally.windsor@btinternet.com or phone 07802 291701
Officer of the Day Rob Andrews > robandrews@btinternet.com or phone 01983 202833

Event Website : Cowes Classic 2015 — Cowes Classic 2015 - 5th and 6th September 2015
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Details sent to Lucy
Keanaz


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