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Eastbourne funday

Sun 1 Nov 2009 (All day)
Beach opposite Eastbourne RSA

Eastbourne fundays are a no pressure chance to meet, talk and go sailing with others from the windsurfing community.
Members from the WWA will be there to cook some sausages on the BBQ and help answer some of your questions about windsurfing.

Eastbourne fundays happen on the first sunday of the month during summer (daylight savings) from 11am at Marine Parade Eastbourne by the Eastbourne RSA. It is a friendly place with room to rig and a plaground for the kids right next door.

The date and location do not change, you decide on the day if the weather suits you.

Free Wave Series 2009

Sat 21 Nov 2009 (All day)
Wellington (next round)

Round 3
windsurfingmadd@hotmail.com

WWA Club Day and New Skills Clinic

Sat 5 Dec 2009 (All day)
Location TBC

The WWA club day is a day for WWA members to come and sail together with a social BBQ on the beach afterwards

* It will be on Saturday 5 December (Sunday 6 December reserve day) at the most appropriate location for wind on the day

The day also includes a New Skills Clinic for intermediate sailors.

Join a club or start your own

A windsurfing club is a great way to get into windsurfing. Your local windsurfing club will will introduce you into your local windsurfing community. A solo sport like windsurfing can make it hard to get advice on where to sail, what to buy and what to do. By joining a club you'll get all these things an so much more. BBQs, film evenings, instruction days, trips away, competitions, friends and sailing partners.

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