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Island Yacht Club


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Canvey Island Yacht Club

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SEEVIC College


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www.homes-walthamstow.co.uk

DELIGHTED: Aaron Lowther at the Island Yacht Club with the RIB he has won in a RYA event. Picture by Mark Cleveland
DELIGHTED: Aaron Lowther at the Island Yacht Club with the RIB he has won in a RYA event. Aaron Lowther, of Fenwick Way, was given an RIB boat as a prize after being named Eastern Region Young Sailor of Year by the RYA Eastern Regional Committee. He was named the winner during an event held in King's Lynn last Saturday. Aaron trained for the championships while studying for his GSCEs at Castle View School, where he picked up four A*, five A and four B grades. He now attends SEEVIC College, in Benfleet, and also plays rugby for Canvey.


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Aaron Lowther (15) a member of the Canvey Island Yacht Club who won the senior class in the Honda RYA Youth RIB Championship at the national final held at the recent Southampton Boat Show, picked up his prize on behalf of his club over the weekend (November 29).
Aaron won for his club, a 4.8 metre Ribcraft RIB, complete with Honda four-stroke 50hp outboard, built-in Icom VHF radio set and Indespension road trailer, worth £15,000. At the presentation of his prize Aaron first he took charge of the boat from RYA event organiser Keith Ellison and two minutes later handed the boat over to IYC Commodore Bill French, watched by RYA Motor Boat Events Manager Andrew Norton. Over 80 family and friends in the club gathered at Canvey Point to see the hand-over and to watch Aaron display some of the skills he showed in the national final. The Championship is sponsored by Honda, Ribcraft, ICOM and Indespension Trailers.


www.icomuk.co.uk [cached]

The IC-F25SR has always been regarded as one the most robust licence free transceivers on the market but when Aaron of Wildtalk received this one from one of his customers he was amazed to find that it was still working.
marketing@icomuk.co.uk Aaron Lowther (15) threw down the gauntlet at the weekend to other competitors in the Honda RYA Youth RIB Championship (HYR) who will be taking part in the national final at PSP Southampton Boat Show in September. In a staggering display of smooth and economical powerboat handling he smashed all previous records for the course with a time of 57.94 seconds. Icom UK are providing the Championship with a prize of an Icom IC-M505 VHF radio, for use at the winner's chosen club. marketing@icomuk.co.uk It was a case of deja vu at the 2009 Honda RYA Youth RIB Championship Final when reigning champions Aaron Lowther, 16, and Steven Curtis, 12, both blasted their way to Championship victory once again at the PSP Southampton Boat Show today (Sunday 13th September).


www.icomuk.co.uk [cached]

Aaron Lowther (15) threw down the gauntlet at the weekend to other competitors in the Honda RYA Youth RIB Championship (HYR) who will be taking part in the national final at PSP Southampton Boat Show in September.
In a staggering display of smooth and economical powerboat handling he smashed all previous records for the course with a time of 57.94 seconds. Icom UK are providing the Championship with a prize of an Icom IC-M505 VHF radio, for use at the winner's chosen club. Aaron, who comes from Island Yacht Club (IYC), Canvey, Essex, won last year's national final and beat stiff competition at this year's Eastern Region final to be able to defend his title. Katrina (16) trailed Aaron by a mere five seconds. 1: Aaron Lowther, Island Yacht Club


www.rya.org.uk [cached]

Aaron Lowther (15) a member of the Canvey Island Yacht Club who won the senior class in the Honda RYA Youth RIB Championship at the national ...


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