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Entries For 36th America’s Cup

Entries For 36th America’s Cup

The entries for forthcoming America’s Cup starts early such as the 36thedition slated for March 6th to 21st 2021 but the deadline set for entries to this competition was set for November 30th, 2018. Hence the last few weeks were full of activity on this accord. There were eight additional entries in the late hour which included seven that were conditional; the entries need to be approved by Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron as well as by Emirates Team New Zealand. They needed to agree to modify the protocol in order to accept the challenges of these entries.

The conditions are yet to be announced to the public. However it can be assumed, as per comments heard from Emirates team’s CEO Grant Dalton that they involve the challengers trying to get the World Series event to take part in their home waters before AC36. There would be substantial changes in protocol but the actions would not be made public yet.

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Voodoo First Entry For The Festival Of Sails 2019

Voodoo First Entry For The Festival Of Sails 2019

The 2019 Festival of Sails notice of race went live recently. No sooner did the race notice go live, the Royal Geelong Yacht Club got its first entry. It was none other than the Voodoo, which is a Hugh Ellis’ Reichel/Pugh 63. The race is to be held from 26 to 28 in January, 2019. Voodoo took part in the last Geelong regatta way back in 2009. It will now be featured in a Geelong yacht club event after a gap of 10 years. The boat now sails for Victoria’s Ocean Racing Club.

Ellis is very happy with the reentry of Voodoo in the Geelong event. He feels that it would be a great thing if Voodoo enters the race in January on the back of a win at the Rolex Sydney Hobart race. The boat has also made a comeback in the Southeast Queensland’s Yacht Race.

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Voodoo First Entry For The Festival Of Sails 2019

Voodoo First Entry For The Festival Of Sails 2019

The 2019 Festival of Sails notice of race went live recently. No sooner did the race notice go live, the Royal Geelong Yacht Club got its first entry. It was none other than the Voodoo, which is a Hugh Ellis’ Reichel/Pugh 63. The race is to be held from 26 to 28 in January, 2019. Voodoo took part in the last Geelong regatta way back in 2009. It will now be featured in a Geelong yacht club event after a gap of 10 years. The boat now sails for Victoria’s Ocean Racing Club.

Ellis is very happy with the reentry of Voodoo in the Geelong event. He feels that it would be a great thing if Voodoo enters the race in January on the back of a win at the Rolex Sydney Hobart race. The boat has also made a comeback in the Southeast Queensland’s Yacht Race.

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