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The International Laser Class Association is offering one lucky sailor the chance to win a brand new Laser with sail number '200000'.
To be in with a chance to win a brand new laser with this unique number and the rig of your choice, all you have to do is fill in the details below and answer a simple question. The Laser is something very special: almost 200,000 owners have been attracted to its simple charm and continue to be attracted at a rate of nearly 4,000 new boats per year. One of the greatest things about this boat is that it offers a huge amount of fun and family pleasure to all ages yet at the same time it satisfies the desire for excellence and a physical test at the highest level in the Olympic Games. 
The Laser is a single-handed racing dinghy. The design, by Bruce Kirby, emphasizes simplicity and performance and was unveiled during the 1971 New York Boat Show. The original name for the Laser prototype was "Weekender", which is why sailmaker Hans Fogh used the insignia "TGIF," as seen in the photo of hull #1 above. 
The biggest attraction of the Laser dinghy is that it is protected by the One Design class rules, which means that no changes are allowed to the boat unless they are specifically permitted in the rules. The Laser is a challenging boat that rewards athleticism, subtle steering and trimming techniques, as well as tactical excellence.
As runner-up prizes we will be awarding the right to sail numbers '200003' to '200010' to be used upon the purchase of a new Laser.
To enter you must be a member of your National Laser Class Association. If you are not currently a member, please contact your National Laser Class Association. www.laserinternational.org/contactMembership will be checked with the National Laser Class Associations between the entry closing date and the winner being announced.
Closing date is 23.59 GMT, 1st April 2011, entries received after the closing date will not be accepted. The draw will take place on Tueday 3rd May 2011 at midday (GMT) and will be published on the ILCA website.

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