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Register for 2020 Melges 24 World Championship in Charleston

by USM24CA 28 Jan 19:50 GMT 1-9 May 2020
Melges 24 fleet completes two other races that contribute to define the ranking for tomorrow's grand finale - 2019 Melges 24 World Championship © Pierrick Contin / IM24CA

The entry list is steady building for the 2020 Melges 24 World Championship happening in Charleston, South Carolina on May 1-9.

A ton of teams are already signed up to race, and with the earliest entry deadline set for March 1st, there is no time to waste.

Teams are strongly encouraged to visit the official website for the 2020 Worlds — everything you need to know regarding the venue, logistics and more can be found online at melges24.com/worlds2020

Click here to register.

The 2020 Worlds is actively seeking and accepting sponsorships. If you, or a business you know would like to get in on a very cool opportunity, reap the benefits by contacting Regatta Chairman, Randy Draftz today!

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