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Warren Jones International Youth Regatta 2020 - Expressions of interest are now open!

by Swan River Sailing 17 Jun 08:50 BST 27-31 January 2020
2019 Warren Jones International Youth Regatta - Day 3 © Drew Malcolm

The Warren Jones International Youth Regatta will be turning eighteen and returning to Perth Waters for the fourth time in 2020!

Hosted by the Royal Freshwater Bay Yacht Club, 2020's Warren Jones Regatta will be sailed from Monday, 27th through to Friday, 31st January as part of the 2020 City of Perth Festival of Sail.

Applications are open to males and females under 25 years of age as at Friday, 7th February 2020, from any nation, as long as they are members of a yacht club. Local skippers will be selected through qualifying events - interest must be expressed in order to be eligible. Full eligibility requirements are featured in the Notice of Race.

Event Organisers are now accepting Expressions of Interest to fill the twelve entry positions for the event's eighteenth year. All Expressions of Interest are to be completed online via the Swan River Sailing website.

Click here to express your interest now.

Expressions of interest are open until Friday, 13th September 2019. The first round of invitations will be sent out by Friday, 27th September 2019.

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