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Skandia Geelong Week 23rd to 26th 2009 - Enter NOW!!

by . on 1 Jan 2009
Eligible boats shall enter by mail or online until 1700 hrs Wednesday 7th January 2009.

Late fee entries may be accepted up to 1700 hrs, Wednesday 14th January.

Entry forms are available at www.geelongweek.com.au
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