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Entry open for 50th anniversary West Mersea Round the Island Race

by Paul Jackson 14 Jul 14:14 BST 4 August 2019
Mersea Island from the air © WMYC

The Round Mersea Island Race 2019 will be the 50th running of the event. This year we welcome once again entries from windsurfer race boards, rowing boats (gigs/skiffs), dinghies and catamarans.

Entry is OPEN forms are available from the West Mersea Yacht Club. The Notice of Race is available on line at www.wmyc.org.uk together with entry forms or through the West Mersea Yacht Club office.

Fee £20 per vessel, see entry form for details.

For safety reasons the maximum number of boats we can safely accommodate irrespective of type is 150, so enter early. Once that total number is reached we will start a waiting list.

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