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Allen Brothers today, Tuesday 14th June, announced its sponsorship of the 2016 Osprey Nationals, to be held on 11-14 August at Mumbles in South Wales.

Allen Brothers Managing Director Liz Adams said, “I am really pleased to be continuing our support of the Osprey class. Allen Brothers is a business run by sailors for sailors. By our active involvement in racing, from Olympic to grass roots levels, we incorporate valuable feedback into every product we manufacture and our customers can clearly see the results.

Osprey Class Association Chairman Peter Frith added, “We are delighted to see Allen back as a sponsor for the Osprey Nationals this year. The Osprey is an ideal platform for continual product development as the class is long established, yet older boats can still race competitively against the newer builds. We are all looking forward to seeing the brand new Osprey Mark 5s competing for the first time at this year’s Nationals, delivering another exciting contest in beautiful surroundings

The Osprey National Championships will be from held on 11-14 August at Mumbles in South Wales. The Championship will be held over four days, with a mix of triangle sausage and trapezoid courses, and two or three races every day.

1.    For further information about Allen Brothers please contact Jeremy Nicholson no 01621 774689 or go to

2.    Further information about the Osprey class at, or on Facebook at Sail Osprey. Class media contact is Alan Henderson on 01292 281383, or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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