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Entries open for 2019 MHYC Women's Regatta

by Catherine Rofe 7 Apr 01:45 PDT From 4 May 2019
MHYC Women's Regatta © Crosbie Lorimer

Middle Harbour Yacht club invites competitors to enter MHYC Women's Regatta which will be held on May 4, 2019.

The Open Keelboat divisions will be contested by yachts with all female crews and mixed crews with a female helm. One Design divisions for mixed crews with a female helm are available for Adams 10, Melges 20, Yngling, J-24 and Elliott 7 classes with a minimum of 3 entries.

Commencing at 11am, two short windward-leeward races will be followed by a passage race starting at 2pm. Sailing will be conducted on the waters of Sydney Harbour and The Sound. Entries accepted for both spinnaker and non spinnaker as well as the passage race only.

Join us back at MHYC after racing for some music, nibbles and the presentation of prizes.

More information, the Notice of Race and online entry can be found here.

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