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11-05-2012 01:25 AM
2belize&back
Re: Harvest Moon Regatta - Largest in US

hey red.sky~ a good friend of mine,charles,whom i met in kemah at the boat launch/storage yard,races every year in that one.he helped me alot getting my 22' ready 4 cruising.maybe u know doug from sea lake? i bought my boat from him,just over a year ago. p.s. i have 2 say that i liked texas icw the best of gulf icw. also did port aransas 2 matagorda ship channel.had 8' swells when comming in thru the jetties.! yee-haa
11-01-2012 01:08 AM
red.sky
Re: Harvest Moon Regatta - Largest in US

race results posted: http://www.regattanetwork.com/clubmg...=1&show_crew=1
11-01-2012 12:43 AM
red.sky
Re: Harvest Moon Regatta - Largest in US

210 boats entered
191 boats started
27 in Racing Fleet
15 in Multihull
30 in Cruising Poleless Spinnaker
119 in Cruising without Spinnaker
188 Finished

A number of Cruisers had to withdraw after getting overpowered by the Northern (20-30kts) that hit about 15 hours into the race.
10-17-2012 10:31 AM
smackdaddy
Re: Harvest Moon Regatta - Largest in US

I'm already in. See you at the finish.
10-15-2012 11:41 PM
red.sky
Harvest Moon Regatta - Largest in US

Harvest Moon Regatta is the largest offshore regatta in the country...hmmm... maybe even world!
And definitely the best location!! We already have over 200 boats registered with a great combination of racers & cruisers.
Sailing under a full moon in the Gulf of Mexico. We always hope for a perfect ENE to blow us from Galveston to Port Aransas, TX. If you have ever thought about doing an offshore this is definitely the one to choose.
harvestmoonregatta.com

 
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