Finntage News

2018-05-16 19:59 by Michael Kästner (comments: 0)

Pirker Finntage 2018

Hallo Zusammen,

bis zu den Pirker Finntagen am 09. und 10.06.2018 ist es nicht mehr lang hin. Die ersten Regatten haben die meisten hinter sich und bei uns in Pirk laufen die Vorbereitungen auf Hochtouren. Die ersten Meldungen trudeln auch so langsam ein.


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2018-05-01 19:51 by Michael Kästner (comments: 0)

Pirker Finntage 2018

so langsam haben bestimmt alle Ihre Boote aus dem Winterschlaf geweckt, vielleicht seit auch schon ein wenig gesegelt oder habt die ein oder andere Regatta hinter euch. Wenn nicht, dann wird es langsam Zeit, den die Pirker Finntage 2018 stehen wieder vor der Tür. Wir freuen uns am 9. und 10. Juni wieder zahlreiche Finn´s bei uns am "Teich" begrüßen zu können.

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