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Havoc took line honours and handicap honours in Race 3 for Sportsboats correcting out five seconds ahead of Fly By Wire with Good Vibrations 3rd . . .

 

The Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club has released the Notice of Race and opened entry for the 10th edition of the biennial Hong Kong to Vietnam Race . . .

 

Race officer, Alex Johnston, announced the warning signal would sound at 1025 for Race 4 of the Aberdeen Boat Club’s Summer Series 2020 . . .

 

A Peroni-sponsored beer was a welcome reward for the race management team and sailors who made it back to the Garden Bar at Hebe Haven Yacht Club on Saturday . . .

 

The Mirs Bay Regatta is open to all boats with an HKPN rating and usually comprises a race to Mirs Bay, an overnight stay with BBQ and awards party at Wong Shek . . .

 

Port Shelter, Mirs Bay and their approaches, provided the perfect playground for Day 2 (20.Jun.20) of the UK Sailmakers Typhoon Series 2020 . . .

 

The Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club today has announced that its challenger for the Youth America’s Cup 2020-21, RHKYC Team Agiplast, has partnered with the Clean Seas Campaign in the fight against marine plastic pollution . . .

 

After months of lockdown and curtailing of sailing events, there was much anticipation for the first of nine races in the UK Sailmakers Typhoon Series 2020on Sunday, the 7th of June 2020 . . .

 

The Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club has published the Notice of Race and opened online entry for the 2020 Hong Kong to Hainan Race which will start on the 23rd of October . . .

 

Despite the best efforts of race officer, Eric Tomter, and his team, the weather gods did not look kindly on the last day of the San Miguel Monsoon Spring Series 2020 . . .

 

The Observatory’s forecast was for a Force 4, blowing in from the South China Sea. But as the boats gathered on a flat sea to the south of Lamma Island, it was more like Force 2 . . .

 
 
 

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