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Final call for Northshore Nationals at Lake Macquarie

by Rod Mackay on 13 Aug 2013
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The Sailing Committee at Lake Macquarie’s RMYC Toronto are pleased to announce invitations for the fourth Australian Championships for Northshore Yachts.

The event will feature spinnaker and non spinnaker divisions, and one design starts in classes that attract entries of five or more.

Eligible yachts include all Northshore models; Cole 19, 23 and Santanas built by Northshore.


The regatta will be staged this year on August 23-25, giving visiting yachts time to get their boats home for the start of their spring season.

Major sponsors Club Marine, R &M Insurance and RMYC Toronto will be on board again this year providing some great prizes.


There is a planned dinner for skippers, crews and families on the Saturday night, with the prizegiving presentation being held on the Sunday afternoon after racing is complete.

For more information and Sailing Instructions for the event, please phone RMYC Toronto Sailing Committee on 0249592051 or visit sailing@rmyctoronto.com.au


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