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3 Rivers Race 2019.

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1st and 2nd June 2019, and unfortunately the tide will be coming in again, but high tide horning is around 12:20 so not as bad as this year, it is however only 3 days before spring tides....

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Just a query about the rules... Paddles for bridges I know, but can you use quant poles at all, say at bridges or aground at 2am in Candle Dyke (done that)?


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yes quants can be used,  providing you are within the limits written in the race notification. You are allowed in any racing to use a quant or paddle to extract yourself from being aground, what you must not do is propel yourself forward, or use them in any other way for an unfair advantage like paddling or quanting sideways to help the boat tack.

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