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NoRs for Nacra 17 World and European Championships 2013 published

by Nacra 17 International Class Association on 16 Apr 2013
Nacra 17s in action © Jesus Renedo http://www.sailingstock.com
The International Nacra 17 Class Association is pleased to publish the Notice of Race for the first Nacra 17 World Championship and the European Championship.

The world championship will be held at Hague, the Netherlands from Sunday 21 July to Sunday 28 July 2013, organized by the Royal Netherlands Sailing Association, the International Nacra 17 Class Association and the Foundation Nacra Events. The organisation has the expectation to be having 120 Nacra 17s participating at this first major event towards the Olympics of Rio 2016.

The World Championships will be followed up three weeks later by the European championship which will be held at Centro vela Dervio, Italy from Sunday 18 August to Saturday 24 August 2013. The Organizing Authority is the Federazione Italiana Vela and yacht club Centro Vela Dervio in cooperation with the International Nacra17 Class Association.

Event websites will be online soon.

Full NoR Nacra 17 World Championship 2013 can be downloaded here
Full NoR Nacra 17 European Championship 2013 can be downloaded here
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