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Category: News 2017


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Once again, the RYA Suzuki London Dinghy Show was one of the best and most enjoyable settings for dinghy sailors and marine companies working in the dinghy market! Always held the first weekend of March at London’s Alexandra Palace, Barton Marine equipment was spotlighted by Jimmy Green Chandlers, as well as product placement on the Hornet, the Heron and Exe Sails. Rooster Sailing also had a brilliant display of Barton’s new EasySplice, taking this simple to use product forward to a whole new audience of rope splicers!

The annual Dinghy Show offers a hands-on approach to sailing – making it possible for everyone to be included and learn or improve their skill and thrill of sailing. There were classes for every level of sailor: From beginners of every age to old seadogs who can't wait for the opportunity to get out and ride the wind. It was a fun show, family oriented and a great place to catch up with friends and enthusiasts who love water sports.

At Barton we always say, if you want to meet the up and coming sailors we will be seeing on the racing charts – you are sure to meet them and see their dinghies at the Show! Barton never forgets that the future of sailing is in the hands of the veterans and newbies of the sailing scene – so the Dinghy Show is a favourite venue! Make your plans to attend next year, for the 2018 Dinghy Show!

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