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Redwing228
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« on: November 03, 2010, 05:18:55 am »

Hi,

I am the Class Secretary of the Redwing Dinghy Class, a UK National Class whose national authority is the RYA.

Our website is here: http://www.nationalredwing.co.uk/

New Redwings are built by Steve Beresford of Good Wood Boat Company:  http://www.goodwoodboat.co.uk

I would like to upload a photo of Redwings sailing for you to place on the Database entry for the Redwing, if OK to do so, if so to where?

Many thanks,
Bill Dowell
redwing228@hotmail.com
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sonosail
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« Reply #1 on: November 03, 2010, 08:50:11 am »

Hi,

I am the Class Secretary of the Redwing Dinghy Class, a UK National Class whose national authority is the RYA.

Our website is here: http://www.nationalredwing.co.uk/

New Redwings are built by Steve Beresford of Good Wood Boat Company:  http://www.goodwoodboat.co.uk

I would like to upload a photo of Redwings sailing for you to place on the Database entry for the Redwing, if OK to do so, if so to where?

Many thanks,
Bill Dowell
redwing228@hotmail.com

Thanks Bill. 
I will enter this information shortly. 
If you see any errors, please let me know.
For image files, you hit the  >'Additional Options' link  and you should be able to upload fairly large files right here.  HOWEVER,  if you have ANY trouble please let me know and I will provide an alternative method.
A better drawing, especially, would be terrific, if one exists. As well as a photo thats best represents the appearance of the boats.  (In this case, in a fleet setting would be ideal).
The photo to the right on the builders site looks very nice, but I couldn't use it without permission.
In any case I would apreciate seeing whatever you have.

Again, your contribution is greatly appreciated.

Regards,
Randy Browning
Norwalk, CT USA
sailboatdata.com
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