NSW State Championships NOR available and entry open

** UPDATED INFORMATION VIA THIS LINK **

Notice of Race is now available and online entry open for the 2017 NSW Hansa Class Championships.

The regatta will be held at Cooma Park Aquatic Club and hosted by Sailability Great Lakes on February 11th & 12th. Competitors are welcome to arrive on Friday 10th Feb with a practice race scheduled at 3pm.

Invited classes are the Hansa 2.3, Hansa 303 singles and doubles and the Liberty.

A regatta dinner will be held on the Saturday night, which is included in the entry fee for skippers and crew. Friends and family are welcome to also attend this dinner at a cost of $35, which can be paid for during the checkout process of the online entry.

As part of the online entry - skippers can pay their 2017 AHCA membership. Entries for this event close at 5pm Sunday 5th February. Late entries may be accepted with permission from the OA however a late fee may be payable.

If you need to know your Australian Sailing (AS) Number - go to the mySailor page on the AS website and follow the instructions or contact John Price (email below)

A limited number of charter boats will be available - Entries regarding charters should be directed to John Price by January 30th via email at jkprice1@optusnet.com.au

Coomba Park Aquatic Club is situated on the shores of Wallis Lake, just over 3 hours north of Sydney and about 40 minutes south of Forster-Tuncurry. Directions to the venue are contained within the Notice of Race. Some accomodation options are also available within the NOR.

Link to the online entry is available via this link. (See current entry list on updated webpage).

 




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