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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA YACHTING ASSOCIATION

2012 Midwinter Regatta Set for February 18 & 19


Dear Racers:

The Southern California Yachting Association’s 83rd Midwinter Regatta is gearing up for the weekend of February 18 and 19, 2012. The Midwinter Regatta is the largest and most unique regatta held anywhere in North America.

This Regatta will be held at over 25 individual SCYA Clubs from Channel Islands, south to San Diego, all ports in between, and east to Arizona. Hundreds of volunteers make it possible for over 500 boats with crew numbering in the thousands to participate. Classes include One- design, PHRF, cruisers, multi-hull, dinghies (with both inshore and offshore venues), model boats and Predicted Log. These numbers and the rich diversity of classes make the Midwinter Regatta a truly special racing experience.

This Regatta allows individual Yacht Clubs to feature specific races and to give the sailors from their area the opportunity to race in a combined, quality regional regatta against the best sailors in Southern California and beyond.

The goal for the 2012 SCYA Midwinter Regatta Committee is to provide a high level of competition and quality racing for sailors throughout Southern California and Arizona. We plan to make the Midwinter Regatta a truly memorable “kick off” to the 2012 racing season. Enjoy the camaraderie, great racing, and fun with the SCYA Midwinter Regatta Yacht Club in your area. The Notice of Race and entry form will be posted at a later date on our website (midwinters.scyaweb.org/2012mw) and at local yacht clubs. If you need any additional information in the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact me (weekdays: 310-348-9627; garygreen@ca.rr.com).

Gary Green, Chair,
SCYA 2012 Midwinter Regatta

5855 E Naples Plaza, Suite 211, Long Beach, CA. 90803

service@scya.org
www.scya.org
Phone: 562-433-7426

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