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Craftinsure are the Class Insurer
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The National Scorpion Association organises racing events and events to promote the class every year. The Silver Scorpion Travellers' series of Open Meetings sponsored by CraftInsure are spread over the season and over the country. The annual highlight is the National Championships, which were hosted in 2023 by Eastbourne Sovereign Sailing Club in Sussex. The 2024 Championships is at Castle Cove SC in Weymouth.

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By cutting out the form filling we have reduced cost and offer the lowest premium you will find

If you have an accident, your claim will be dealt with by a Dinghy Racer, possibly a Scorp sailor

Craftinsure has been the Official National Scorpion Class insurer since 2020 but the connection with the Class goes back much much further. Founder & MD Rob Cage has competed in 9 Scorpion Championships going back to the 1980s - included the last two at Looe and Eastbourne sailing Scorp 2052.

Craftinsure is delighted to be supporting the Scorpions as an Official Sponsor and to be part of such a friendly racing dinghy Class.

Rob Cage
Founder
phone: 0345 2607 888
Falconers Park, Sawbridgeworth CM21 0AU

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The racing is excellent

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Extract from Mark Jardine’s interview with Tom Gillard re his (together variously with Rachel Gray & Andy Thompson) remarkable success in multi-classes this year …

"A good time off the water is just as important as the sailing, so I asked Tom which class, in his opinion, has the best social activities:

I would say the Scorpion. It's a chilled-out vibe, a nice bunch of people, with newcomers to the fleet alongside old hands, and everybody's very open about what they do to make the boat go fast. It's a real community. The class is going from strength to strength; whether you've got a wooden boat or a fibreglass boat, there's help everywhere, and no-one feels at a disadvantage."

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