PRLog - Jan. 21, 2014 - SAI KUNG, Hong Kong -- The one-design classes of Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club relocate from their usual urban territory of Victoria Harbour to the wilds of Port Shelter for the occasion. Around 50 boats will race against each other on RHKATI handicaps, with Etchells, J/80 and Sportsboat fleets competing for the Long Course title, and Dragon, Flying Fifteen, Impala, Pandora and Ruffian classes racing for Short Course honours.
2013 Jeanneau Class Regatta (RHKYC / Guy Nowell)
The Notice of Race and online entry form for this open event are available at www.rhkyc.org.hk/
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From its beginning in 1957 to the present day, the brand created by Henri Jeanneau has exemplified a reputation for extraordinary quality, value and timeless beauty. The Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club, recognized as one of the premier facilities in the world, shares this commitment to excellence and is again proud to be associated with Jeanneau for the second consecutive year.
About Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club
Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club (RHKYC) is one of the oldest sports clubs in Hong Kong and is proud of its rich, colourful history, which stretches back over 160 years of social and competitive sailing and rowing. RHKYC organises a full calendar of local and international racing for both keel boats and dinghies, ranging from round-the-cans to Category 1 offshore races. The Club also provides sailing courses for members and non-members at various levels to nurture the development of sailing.