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Royal Sprints Regatta Launched By Royal Cork Yacht Club for 29er, RS200 & Feva Classes

2nd May 2018
Featuring three double-handed dinghy classes, the event will provide the sailor with numerous short, fun, sprint races over a 24-hour period in Cork Harbour. Featuring three double-handed dinghy classes, the event will provide the sailor with numerous short, fun, sprint races over a 24-hour period in Cork Harbour.

The first annual 'Royal Sprints Regatta' will be held in just two weeks on May 19th & 20th at the Royal Cork Yacht Club.

Featuring three double-handed dinghy classes, the event will provide the sailor with numerous short, fun, sprint races over a 24-hour period in Cork Harbour.

Perfectly suited for the traveling competitor, first gun isn’t until 2:00 pm on Saturday and the final race won’t start passed 12:30 pm on Sunday. Prizes go five deep in all classes giving the sailor the best opportunity to show off their skills. A social with submarine sandwiches, cookies and drinks will be served to sailors in Royal Cork’s Youth Sailing Dinghy Centre on Saturday evening after racing.

If you are a 29er, RS200 or RS Feva sailor, this is an event you won’t want to miss! Visit RoyalSprints.com for more information and registration.

Published in Royal Cork YC
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