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2021 marks the 29th edition of the regatta which was established in 1993. The event is based out of the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club’s Middle Island clubhouse; with sailors competing in a variety of windward/leeward and geometric and island courses. IRC, HKPN multihull racing takes place over three days with the HKPN monohull division joining for the weekend. Competing yachts can expect the best of Hong Kong’s sailing conditions; excellent breeze, blue skies, warm friendly waters and great parties.
If 15 to 20 knots of northeasterly breeze in shorts and t-shirt weather is your sort of sailing, watch this space!DOCUMENTS
IRC yachts racing in China Coast Regatta may form teams in order to compete in the Hong Kong Kettle. Teams shall consist of two boats from different divisions. The team with the lowest combined score as shall win the Hong Kong Kettle Trophy.
Boats entered in China Coast Regatta IRC Racer Class may form teams in order to compete for the Hong Kong Kettle Trophy. Teams shall consist of two boats from different divisions. The team with the lowest combined score as shall win the Hong Kong Kettle Trophy.
|BOAT 1||SAIL #||TYPE||DIV||BOAT 2||SAIL #||TYPE||DIV|
|Rampage 88||HKG 2548||TP52||TP52||Rampage||HKG 1822||Tripp 40||IRC 2|
|Ambush||HKG 2388||Mills 41||IRC 1||Witchcraft||HKG 2552||King 40||IRC 2|
|Seawolf 2||HKG 2296||A35||IRC 1||Dexter II||HKG 1832||A35||IRC 3|