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Fabulous Sailing and fabulous prizes for Land Union September Regatta 2022

by Louay Habib 15 Aug 05:35 PDT 24-25 September 2022

The Land Union September Regatta has an impressive bevvy of prizes including a holiday with flights, superb accommodation, and entry to the world famous Munich's Oktoberfest.

Antigua Sailing Week is offering a regatta experience of a lifetime; an all-in trip to Antigua including; flights, Dream Yacht Charter, and boat entry to Antigua Sailing Week.

"The Club has planned for a big event with around 80 boats racing and joining us for the party ashore. More than half of the places are filled so please make your entry as soon as possible and we look forward to seeing you at the Club in September" commented Royal Southern Rear Commodore Sailing Paul Ward. "There is no doubt that the fabulous prizes are making the Land Union September Regatta extremely popular."

Black Group will have tight Solent courses around fixed and laid marks and will be designated for IRC Classes, the HP30 Class and one design keelboats including J/111 and Cape 31. White Group will race on a separate laid windward leeward course with short sharp action for the J/70 and SB20 Sportsboats. The J/70 will be ranked in both Open and Corinthian Divisions and also introducing the new Mixed Plus Division, where at least 50% of the crew must be women.

Land Union have supported the September Regatta for three years and the hundreds of sailors who take part thoroughly enjoy the shoreside entertainment. After the first day of racing, sailors return to find Den's Deck at the Royal Southern Clubhouse transformed into Oktoberfest with complimentary German Beer and Sausage supper.

"We are delighted to be sponsoring the final round on the Royal Southern Summer Series at the Land Union September Regatta. I am looking forward to racing my J/70 sportsboat in a super competitive fleet and we will be there for the party afterwards looking forward to seeing all of our sailing friends." commented CEO Land Union, Lutz Strangemann.

After racing on the final day of the Land Union September, the class winners for the Royal Southern Summer Series will be announced. The occasion will also be marked by the awarding of two of the best prizes at any Solent regatta.

The overall winner of the Land Union September Regatta will be awarded an all-in trip to Antigua Sailing Week

Online Entry is open for the Land Union September Regatta, which is an open event for both Royal Southern members and non-members which can register online.

For more information about the Royal Southern Yacht Club: royal-southern.co.uk

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