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Sailboat Races and Regattas

2001 BRISBANE TO GIZO (SOLOMON ISLANDS) YACHT RACE http://www.sail-world.com/index.cfm?Eid=138

2009 Tall Ships Races http://www.redsky-sailing.com/pg/47/Sail_Training_Voyages.aspx
The Tall Ships' Races are held every summer, usually in European waters. Each year between 70 and 100 vessels from 15-20 countries, crewed by some 5-6,000 young people from over 30 countries worldwide, take part in this unique event that combines four days of activities in each port with racing or cruising-in-company between ports. During the race series the young crews get the chance to gain experience by sailing with their contemporaries from other countries while facing the physical and emotional challenges that only the ocean can provide. In 2009 the programme takes a different tack with an adventurous programme twice crossing the Atlantic Ocean and a race in the Baltic Sea. Tall Ships Atlantic Challenge 2009 The sail training fleet starts from Spain and crosses the Atlantic to Bermuda before sailing up the east of the USA and Canada before returning back across the Atlantic and finishing in Belfast. Stopover Dates Vigo, Spain - 30 April to 3 May Tenerife, Canary Islands - 14 to 17 May Bermud ... Read More

Adventure Sports News: Regatta Schedule http://www.adventuresportsnews.com/sailingcalendar
The latest schedules for the most important regattas in North America. Plan your 2006 racing season now. ... Read More

BAJA HA-HA VII http://www.baja-haha.com./
The Y2K Ha-Ha CRUISER'S RALLY 2000<p> San Diego to Cabo San Lucas<p>Any experienced sailors interested in cruising to Mexico this fall in an event designed to encourage safe sailing and friendship among cruisers? If so, now is the time to send for an entry packet for the 7th Annual Baja Ha-Ha, to start on October 31. As most 'Latitude 38' readers know, the Ha-Ha is the 750-mile cruisers' rally from San Diego to Cabo San Lucas. Because it's a rally as opposed to a race, safety takes precedence over performance, and it's all right to resort to using the engine. ... Read More

Black Tie Regatta http://www.mcscow.org/fleet05/01bt/
ou are invited to attend the 38th annual Black Tie Regatta hosted by the Texas C-Fleet and Rush Creek Yacht Club in Dallas, Texas, on April 20 - 22, 2001. Known as the Champagne of Regattas, you will meet and compete with the best A, E, C, I-20, M-20, and MC scow sailors. The spring sailing weather will be superb and the Saturday evening Black Tie Dinner Dance will once again feature the best in live entertainment and cuisine. Black Tie is optional! See you in Dallas in April. Buddy Melges' thoughts on the Black Tie ... Read More

Clark Mills Regatta http://www.clwyc.org/ClarkMills01/home.htm
The Officers and members of the Clearwater Yacht Club are proud to announce they are once again hosting the Clark Mills Regatta. This regatta will be held April 21-22 at the great facilities of the Clearwater Community Sailing Center, Clearwater, Florida.<p> Entries are invited from Optimist dinghies, Lasers (full rig and radials) and Club 420's.<p> For the Optimist green fleet the sailing venue will be in the protected waters of Clearwater Bay. Weather permitting, other classes will race in the more challenging Gulf of Mexico. <p> Please note that the USODA Regatta Committee has determined that the USODA Team Trials being held the next weekend will use the 1997-2000 Racing Rules of Sailing. To avoid any confusion, this regatta will also utilize the same RRS as described in the Notice of Race. <p> Accommodations are available in varying price ranges on Clearwater Beach and Sand Key. Several of the hotels overlook the race course area. While you are racing your families ... Read More

Cowes Week 2009 http://www.redsky-sailing.com/events-item.aspx?id=17
1 to 8 August 2009 Cowes Week is the world’s longest running regatta event, first started in 1826. Steeped in tradition it attracts crews from far and wide including many internationally renowned sailors and celebrities. As Britain’s premier sailing event Cowes Week is one of the finest corporate entertaining opportunities available. Hospitality Days In 2009 the beautiful tall ships J.R. Tolkien and Atlantis will be available for corporate hospitality during the regatta. The J.R. Tolkien is suitable for groups of 20 to 90 guests and offers full service and catering with delicious buffets, deck barbecues and seated dinners (up to 50 people). The Atlantis is suitable for groups of 40 to 140 guest with a superb sundeck and saloon for the perfect company day out. The tall ships are available for day and evening events - sailing or at the quayside. The J.R. Tolkien has been set aside for small groups to join together on a Shared-Ship basis for a fantastic day of hospitality on Tuesday 4th Au ... Read More

Hobie 14 Frostbite Series http://www.fleet448.org/
Fleet 448 is a sailing club and most of what we do revolves around this sport. However, we're more than just a sailing club... we're a great big social-network. You can't help but to make friends by visiting our events. You'll meet people, not only from our organization but, from all over the globe.<p>Dec 16, 00-May 5 2001. ... Read More

Sailfest 2001 : Playa Bonita, Mexico http://www.boatlinks.com/event.asp?ObjectID=6430
With this warm weather, it is time to start thinking about sailing again and what better place than in Mexico ! Join us for this family fun weekend sponsored by Arizona Hobie Fleets 66 & 514 and Multihull Fleet 42. This is a loosely-organized weekend of events on and off the water, full of surprises, fun sailing events, possibly a semi-long distance race, maybe a hounds & fox chase, WHATEVER ! Bring all your water toys ! Registration for events on site. <p> Enter the 10th Annual Fleet 66 Chili Cookoff contest. After the events of the day, bring your favorite chili ( and bring a written recipe for publication ... don't "forget" that secret ingredient) to the judging area in a crockpot along with crackers,tortillas, cheese, etc. to share so erveryone can dig in after the judging. Prizes will be awarded for TRADITIONAL and NONTRADITIONAL chili. Questions to Norm Anderson at normanderson1@home.com or Claudia Kirscher at antclaudia@aol.com. For those ... Read More

The Volvo Ocean Race http://www.volvooceanrace.org
The Volvo Ocean Race will start from Southampton, England on September 23rd 2001. This professionally crewed event will cover 32,700 nm in approximately ten months, circumnavigating the world with the prevailing winds. The nine-leg race will visit 10 ports, racing through four oceans, and finish in Kiel, Germany in June 2002. ... Read More

Times Clipper 2000 http://www.clipper-ventures.com/
Race Starts 15 October 2000 ... Read More


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