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ARC Seminar Day at boot Dusseldorf

by World Cruising Club 10 Jan 10:25 UTC 18 January 2020
ARC Rally flags flying before the start. © World Cruising Club / James Mitchell

World Cruising Club is hosting a series of presentations at boot Düsseldorf 2020. We will explain the route options for ARC/ARC+ and World ARC, plus the safety equipment requirements and other preparation tips. Designed as a "pick 'n mix" day, the presentations are free to attend, and you may select sessions individually, or attend all.

Spaces are limited and pre-registration is essential. As part of the seminar, marine safety experts Ocean Safety will be discussing some of the key items of safety equipment required for the ARC, culminating in a live life-raft demonstration.

Saturday 18th January 2020 - Boot Dusseldorf, Halle 10, Raum 10.1

10:00 Registration and coffee 10.30 ARC & World ARC Presentation (English)

Find out about the route and rally benefits for sailing with ARC and World ARC
11:30 Break

12.00 ARC Skipper Panel (German)

Hear from the experienced panel of skippers and get their top tips for your own cruise 13:15 Break

14.00 Safety Equipment (English/German)

Be guided through the safety equipment requirements by veteran inspector Wilhelm Greiff and see a live liferaft demonstration from ARC suppliers Ocean Safety 15:00 Break

15.30 Bluewater Equipment (German)

A look at what equipment you may need for your boat performance and liveaboard comfort for long-distance cruising

16:45 Presentations conclude, followed by a drinks reception on WCC stand 10E31

Everyone's welcome to join us for drinks and snacks on the WCC boatshow stand from 17:00

Register here.

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