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October 2019

Exhibit: Massim Canoe Drawings

October 24, 2019 - January 24, 2020
Massim Museum & Cultural Centre Alotau, Papua New Guinea + Google Map

    The Massim islands of Papua New Guinea are home to a unique collection of colourful outrigger canoes used for trade. They’re vital to the significant inter-island and community exchange of precious artefacts known simply as Kula. Located in the Solomon Sea off Milne Bay in eastern PNG, these remote islands remain dependent upon traditional and contemporary versions of their original single outrigger sailing canoes for trade and communication. The Australian National Maritime Museum’s Historic Vessels Curator David Payne spent August 2017…

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November 2019

Icebreaker: Northeast Regional Youth Open-Water Rowing Championships

November 23
the Barking Crab Marina, 88 Sleeper Street
Boston, MA United States
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Come be inspired! Watch and cheer as the best youth open-water rowers in New England compete for the coveted “Key to the Harbor.” This year’s crews cover every skill level from novice to varsity competing over a full day of non-stop, round-robin style racing. Hosted once again at our Boston Rowing Center on Fort Point Channel, the day offers unequaled opportunities to watch more than 250 young people giving everything they’ve got during skills-challenge heats, culminating in a Novice Distance Challenge and…

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December 2019

Toboggan Building Weekend Workshop at The Apprenticeshop

December 21 - December 22
The Apprenticeshop, 655 Main St
Rockland, ME United States
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Build your own toboggan in this Saturday and Sunday workshop! They are suitable for racing or casual recreation. Since many participants build to race their toboggans in the U.S. National Toboggan Championships, our toboggan design meets the race requirements. Techniques covered in this workshop include steam bending, drilling, sanding, and riveting. Participation is limited to 4 teams per workshop, 2 to 4 people per team. Great for families, youth groups and those preparing for the toboggan championships. All tools and materials are…

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January 2020

Water Tribe Boot Camp

January 11, 2020
Fort Desoto Fort Desoto, FL United States + Google Map

The next Florida Boot Camp for the Everglades Challenge is  Saturday, January 11, 2020. There is no charge for this event. However, it is assumed you are registered or plan to register for one of the upcoming Water Tribe  events in Florida. This bootcamp is aimed at newbies (but all WaterTribers are welcome) to provide some initial words of wisdom and a fun time in the Tampa bay area. You should bring the boat you intend to use for the Everglades…

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February 2020

Grenada Sailing Festival and Workboat Regatta

February 1, 2020 - February 2, 2020
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, 2020 - March 14, 2020
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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May 2020

Cedar Key Small Boat Meet

May 1, 2020 - May 3, 2020
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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