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Registration open for the Intercollegiate Offshore Regatta 2022

by Storm Trysail Club 26 Aug 2022 12:23 PDT October 7-9, 2022
Great Lakes Intercollegiate Offshore Regatta © Storm Trysail Club

Welcome to the 2022 Storm Trysail Intercollegiate Offshore Regatta. We hope you had a great summer and got a lot of great sailing in. This is your invitation to the 2022 IOR Regatta.

Please have your person in charge (PIC) go out to the above website to register your team. If you are a school bringing more than one team you will need to register each team.

Once your team is registered the (PIC) can start entering the crew. That will generate an individual email to each crew member who then will enter their information and sign the waivers.

This registration process is new this year, we will use Yachtscoring only for scoring. This should streamline our registration process; it also will allow us to send out Media Posts and keep everyone informed. So please register ASAP to help us in our planning on how many boats and other resources will be needed.

We are looking forward to a GREAT regatta and are eager to see you all once again. More information will follow. Get Registered if your school plans to attend! Worry about crew later! We need a school count.

See you on the water Columbus Day Weekend!

Ann Myer and Jim Holland
Chairs STC IOR Regatta

Register now here

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