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SSANZ Safety at Sea Two Handed Triple Series 2017

RainbowChaser

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Sailonline will very soon be returning to the ever popular sailing waters of Auckland’s Hauraki Gulf, on New Zealand’s North Island! Once more Sailonline is buddied with the Shorthanded Sailing Association of New Zealand (SSANZ) for their annual SSANZ Safety at Sea Two Handed Triple Series of c 200nm in total. Currently the biggest Two Handed Series in New Zealand, in 2017 the three races making up the series are being co-sponsored as follows (UTC dates in brackets):

Race 1 NZ Spars and Rigging 60 --- 8th (7th) July
Race 2 Evolution Sails 100 --- 5th (4th) August
Race 3 Baltic 50 --- 2nd (1st) September

In 2014 Sailonline began an association with the Young 88 Owners Association and online again this year we will be racing all three events using our Young88 Polar.



 
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