303's to debut at Sail Country - NOR released & entries open

We are pleased to announce that Hansa 303's singles and doubles have been invited to participate as an open class in the 2015 Sail Country regatta.

Notice of Race is now available via this link. Online entry is available via this link.

This event will be contested over the 'long weekend' of the Melbourne Cup - Saturday 31st October and Sunday 1st November - on Lake Hume at the Albury Wodonga Yacht Club.

Entry is $45 for Single Handed and $55 for Doubles. Entries with payment close at 2400hrs on 18th October 2015. Late online entries will be open until 2400hrs 28 th October 2015 and will incur a late entry fee of $20. Entries on the day will be taken at registration on Saturday 31st October between 0800 and 1100hrs and will incur an additional fee of $60. (Late fee totals would be $105 for singles and $115 for doubles).

Sail Country was first held last year and incoporates several championships, including the Victorian Dinghy Championships and the Laser Masters Championships and is a heat of the Victorian Sailing Cup.

Albury Wodonga Yacht Club was the venue for the 2011 Victorian Hansa Class Championships. As the 303's have been invited as an open class, it would be great if all 303 sailors could get behind and support this event - our goal is to have 15 boats on the start line. We are grateful for the support of the AWYC Committee and their Commodore, Stuart Richardson.

Online entry will soon be available on the Sail Country website. If you plan to attend this event - please notify Shauna at secretaryahca@gmail.com - to ensure that we will meet our target of 15 boats.

Along with online entry, competitors will be able to book and pay for camping at the Club campsite, as well as ordering BBQ packs and Pizzas.

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