Grass Roots sailing for all at RYA Dinghy Show with Marlow Ropes

Meet your British Sailing Team heroes, win a race day at the European Championships and learn the latest innovations in ropes at this year’s RYA Dinghy Show.

Marlow Ropes will be showcasing new developments in the world of high performing rope and dinghy racing at Alexandra Palace this March. Visitors will be able to see the new-look Excel Racing.  There will also be the innovative 100% recycled Dockline on display – a sustainable first in the industry; and Marlow is delighted to have one of the hottest boats of the moment on its stand; the Lithium International Foiling Moth by Atomik UK – heralding a new era in the International Moth Class.

A rope care education campaign will be in full swing on the British Youth Sailing stand with a special Dinghy Rope Show at 11am and 2pm.  Marlow will also be on Sailor’s Corner with the British Sailing Team giving hands-on rope advice with 49ers Luke Patience and Chris Grube, 49er FX Emily Covell and 49er Nick Robins.

Visitors can find Marlow Ropes on the Treasure Hunt and at Stand G42 where they are giving away a Race Day for one lucky visitor and a friend to attend the European 49er, 49er FX and Nacra Championships held at Weymouth this May. For further information follow @marlowropes on Facebook and Instagram.

For Dinghy Show tickets visit: http://www.rya.org.uk/

Marlow Ropes is a world class British manufacturer of marine ropes. It is the official rope supplier to the multi-gold medal winning RYA British Sailing Team since Sydney 2000 and the rope of choice of countless other international and national class champions.

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