Thank you for your patience, the organization of this year’s event has been challenging due to hurricane Irma and, quite frankly, to the decision made by the patron of the Star Class regatta to part ways to have a separate smaller scale event organized by a former employee of the Company who started as an intern over six years ago and professionally grew with us. We will not opine on this and are grateful to have found new and better partners that will sustain the program for years to come.
Hereunder-important information on the event logistics:
SEMONOLE RAMP: Despite Seminole ramp that sustained hurricane damages, the City of Miami guaranteed the usage and it will be open for the A-Cat Class and the Flying Tigers.
CRANES: We contacted Shake A Leg and US Sailing Center and asked for their availability. Both centers will be very busy in early morning and mid afternoon. From 10:00Am till 3:00Pm they should be able to accommodate requests; advanced reservations are suggested.
DINNER KEY MARINA: The Marina will provide us with berthing space for the Melges 24 and the Flying Tiger + any support boats (please register your boat with us). A request form can be found in the Document section of our event on YachtScoring.
REGATTA PARK: The A-Cat Class will dry-sail boats at Regatta Park. A request form can be found in the Document section of our event on YachtScoring.
REGATTA PARK: Trailers can be parked at Regatta Park. A request form can be found in the Document section of our event on YachtScoring.
REGATTA PARK: A welcome hospitality tent will be set-up at Regatta Park for the Continental breakfast service and Friday’s after racing social activities.
COCONUT GROVE SAILING CLUB: The club will host us on Wednesday 3/7 for Registration and for the skipper meeting + Welcome cocktail. We will be back for Thursday’s after racing activities and Saturday’s dinner and Prize giving ceremony.