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2020 Club Marine Pittwater Sail Expo - Postponed

by Sail Expo Team 13 Mar 21:15 PDT 21-22 March 2020
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As you would be aware, the world has been monitoring the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) with concern and these past weeks have seen public events being postponed or cancelled.

Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club considers the health and safety of our members, staff and guests of high importance. The situation is rapidly changing and we will continue to monitor it. We will share updates with members as they become available.

Due to these current conditions RPAYC is of the view that the most appropriate action for Club events involving the gathering of a large number of people will be assessed on an event by event basis and postponed if thought appropriate.

After careful consideration the decision has been taken to postpone the Club Marine Pittwater Sail Expo 2020 (21-22 March) until further notice. We thank our naming rights sponsor Club Marine for their unwavering support.

Other events will be considered and information will be posted on the RPAYC website and social media sites, as well as on the Club noticeboard.

Please note, typical Club activities including Club racing will be business as usual.

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