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February 2020

Grenada Sailing Festival and Workboat Regatta

February 1 - February 2
Grand Anse Beach Grenada + Google Map

19Jan2012-The Grenada work boat regatta sailed off Grand Anse beach. Boat from all over the country of Grenada participated in the classic work boat races.   The sailing communities of Grenada and her sister islands of Carriacou and Petite Martinique bring their wooden, bamboo-rigged workboats to Grenada’s Grand Anse Beach every year for two days of highly competitive racing, with plenty of music, food, and drinks—a festival of traditional sailing, Caribbean style. The boats are locally built, using the original designs for the…

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March 2020

Everglades Challenge

March 6 - March 14
Tampa Bay fort desoto, FL United States + Google Map

Tampa Bay To Key Largo In Sea Kayaks, Canoes and Small Boats! The Everglades Challenge is an unsupported, expedition style adventure race for kayaks, canoes, and small boats. The distance is roughly 300 nautical miles depending on your course selection. There is a time limit of 8 days or less. Your safety and well being are completely up to you. Unsupported means that there are no safety boats or support crews to help you during the race. You are not…

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Cape Fear Community College Riverfront Boat Show

March 28 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
CFCC RIVERFRONT, Water Street
Wilmington, NC United States
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Saturday, March 28, 2020 Cape Fear Community College Boat Building Program in Wilmington NC is excited about this year’s Riverfront Boat Show! March 28, 2020, Saturday from 9:30-4:30 with dock and land access for vessels of all sizes! The boat show serves as an annual celebration of the craft of boat building and to raise scholarship funds for students in CFCC’s boat building programs. Held on the banks of the Cape Fear River in downtown Wilmington, CFCC’s boat show attracts thousands of…

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April 2020

Port Aransas Wooden Boat Festival

April 24 - April 26
Port Aransas Wooden Boat Festival, 301 JC Barr Blvd.
Port Aransas, TX United States
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Friday, April 24, 2020 to Sunday, April 26, 2020 Make your plans now to attend the annual Port Aransas Wooden Boat Festival on April 24-26, 2020. This is a great family friendly event in the beautiful beach town of Port Aransas, Texas. Bring your wooden boats to display; they don't need to be fancy, just made of wood. They can even be displayed unfinished. No entry fee for boats or spectators. Attend informative programs on boat building and boating. Build a boat…

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May 2020

Cedar Key Small Boat Meet

May 1 - May 3
Cedar Key Small Boat Meet Cedar Key, FL United States + Google Map

The 35th Cedar Key Small Boat Meet is the first full weekend in May. In 2020 it’s May 1st, 2nd, 3rd. The meet is still informal. No signups. No fees. No planned events on the water. Tides & weather remain the organization. Weather is usually quite good with afternoon high tides. All shallow craft are welcome: dories & dinghies, catboats, beach cats & trimarans, sharpies & sampans, cuddy daysailers, any or all driven by pedals, engines or motors, along with oars,…

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Sail Caledonia

May 23 - May 30
Lochaber Yacht Club, Achintore Rd
Fort William, PH33 6 RN United Kingdom
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  Sail Caledonia is the annual Scottish 'Raid' or expedition for boats powered by sail and/or oars which takes place in the Highlands of Scotland each May. Everyone who has taken part has acclaimed it a fantastic event and an experience not to be missed. Using the Great Glen’s stunning and varied lochs and the 200 year old Caledonian Canal, a fleet of up to 25 boats sails, rows, races, explores and ceilidhs their way up the glen. Accompanied by safety boats, nothing beats…

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June 2020

Seventy48

June 5 - June 7
Thea Foss Waterway, 1801 Dock St
Tacoma, WA 98402 United States
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SEVENTY48 is a race that is 70 miles long and must be completed in 48 hours. Rules are simple: no motors, no support, and no wind. HUMAN POWER ONLY. Pedal, paddle, or row. The race starts at the head of Tacoma’s Thea Foss Waterway near the Museum of Glass and ends in Port Townsend.

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Texas 200

June 15 - June 20
Port Mansfield Port Mansfield, TX United States + Google Map

The Texas 200 is a “Raid”-type event; that is, it involves a scheduled gathering of small boats traveling more or less in company from Point A to Point B over a period of several days, camping along the way.  The Texas 200 goes through the Laguna Madre and the bays of South Texas for five to six days and about 200 miles. Shallow draft boats will have options in terms of routes through the bays, while deeper draft vessels will…

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