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Melges 24 Worlds 2018

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In my neck of the woods the Melges 24 Worlds are coming.  

Melges 24 2018 website is up and taking registrations. 

Victoria, Canada is a beautiful city and the wind in June is usually 15-20 knots. The local fleet is signing up and we hope you can join us.  

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Ya the big events are always seem a tank of gas too far.  Talk to your other local melges, maybe a team of owners from you region wants to pony up and come.  

 

Pic credit goes to Andrew Madding taken last weekend. 

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Counting down to the first ever Melges 24 Worlds sailed in Canada. Royal Victoria Yacht Club welcomes the world to this premiere sailing event.

Website is the central location of documents and registration. Bob Britten, skipper and co/owner of Full Circle ⭕️ Melges 415 Keeps the website sharp. 

Registration and documents can be found here: Event Website

The Melges 24 Worlds 2018 is hosted by Canadian Forces Sailing Association (CFSA) and Royal Victoria Yacht Club.  
CF Sailing School - Esquimalt 
Canadian Melges 24 Class Association Melges 24 BC Sailing Sail Canada Voile Canada #melges24 
May 31st - June 9th, 2018 

Get a team there!  Pool your resources and get a boat to join us.
 

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5 weeks to go.  40 boats paid up and attending. Quantum has offered up a new kite for a draw if 45 boats sign up.  

Melges 24 Worlds 2018

The local Fleet had a regatta this past weekend, on Sat wind was 20-25 sunny skies and snow capped mountains in the back ground. Kevin Welch's Mikey teams took the top spots for the weekend, followed by team Sunnyvale. We had a hard fought 4th place.  Our top speed was tickling 17knots. 

So get off the couch and join us.

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I have some leads for west coast boats for sale, and some that will avail be for charter through the Nationals 

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