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Dart 18 World Championship at Royal Varuna Yacht Club - Prizegiving

by Mark Hamill-Stewart 24 Feb 2019 14:27 GMT 16-22 February 2019

By all visitor accounts, this was an outstanding World Championship. Thanks to all the organisers, supporters, participants and Royal Varuna Club members who helped out. Special thanks to Gareth Owen and Simon Lake for bringing the event to Thailand and to Chris Dando who organised the event here in Thailand.

Thanks also to Rear Admiral Wipan Chamachote who represented The Yacht Racing Association of Thailand and presented the awards on the final evening.

It was a very competitive event at the top tiers. The participants can talk for themselves about the parties.

With the support of the Yacht Racing Association of Thailand, special thanks to all the sponsors of what is turning out to be a near perfect sailing event: The Ministry of Tourism and Sport, Pattaya City Government, Bangkok Hospital, France Catamaran, Big Chilli, Fiona and Larry, Ocean Marina, Pattaya Mail, Rooster and ThaiBev.

Prizegiving photos can be viewed in the gallery above.

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