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Festival of Sails 2014
21st - 27th January, Geelong
The Festival of Sails is the largest annual keel boat regatta in the Southern Hemisphere with over 350 yacht entries and 4,500 competitors annually taking part in the event. First held in 1844, the Festival of Sails Regatta is one of the nation’s oldest sporting events, and has evolved over many years culminating in its’ current format as Australia’s foremost keelboat regatta.
Running alongside the sailing action, the free community Waterfront Festival features numerous acts across three stages and a multitude of stallholders to provide you with fine food and wine; live music, entertainment and roving performers; art and craft market stalls; novelty stalls; a marine trade and boating lifestyle exhibition; an on-water ‘Come & Try Zone’ and a dedicated family friendly kids’ zone all along the stunning Geelong Waterfront and in the Royal Geelong Yacht Club.
To read more about the race click here.
ORCV Melbourne to Vanuatu Race 2014
19th June, Melbourne
ORCV Melbourne to Vanuatu Raceis a Category 1 event covering 1885nm from the start at Portsea to the finish at Port Vila. Sailed in the waters of Bass Strait and the South Pacific Ocean this race to Paradise is a wonderful way to escape the chills of winter!
Vanuatu is an archipelago of 83 islands with a unique blend of intact tribal communities, resorts, beaches and geography ranging from accessible volcanoes to pristine underwater environments. It is located some 1,750 km east of Australia, 500 km north-east of New Caledonia, west of Fiji and south of the Solomon Islands.
To read more about the race click here.
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