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In between winter training and mince pies, make sure you take the time to get your boat in tip top shape ready for next season. There’s loads of things you can do to make sure your boat is race ready and it doesn’t have to cost a fortune! Ideally you can get your boat somewhere…

The International Cadet Class requires that  every new owner of a Cadet registers the boat ownership via the measurement  card. This card proves that the boat conforms to the International Cadet Class Rules and is required to enter all UK and International events.  It holds all of the details about the boat such as: Boat…

Make sure your cadet is set up correctly with this handy tuning guide.  Print of a copy and keep it in your kit bag.

As a general rule, boats go faster to windward with their mast raked aft and faster downwind with the masts raked forward. In light winds the mast is set in its most forward raked position and progressively raked further aft as the wind strength increases. Raking the mast also alters the rake of the jib,…

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