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Old Jan 15, 2013, 10:42 AM
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It would seem (????) that if you are looking for an AMYA recognition of a new class, you are limiting yourselves in the growth of class if staying local. Since many who have shown interest, might be AMYA members already, they only need to submit the added boat class to their own membership lists and pay a small fee to the class secretary for adding the class/boat to their already registered boats. I'm not sure that "NOT" selling to interested buyers will help get AMYA certification - or will get it quickly (if that is what is desired). I think AMYA would like to see a national class - not a one design/one club class. Just an opinion, of course.
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