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Cape2Rio 2023 Notice of Race released - Entries officially open

by Anthony Spillebeen 30 Jan 14:21 GMT 2 January 2023
Cape2Rio2020 Ocean Race second start © Alec Smith

The Cape2Rio 2023 Race Office has been hard at work since October 2020 connecting with sailors who have previously entered the race, Yacht Clubs around the world and most recently our Virtual sailors who took part in the 2021 Virtual Cape2Rio race.

It is our pleasure to include the official Notice Of Race below. We look forward to hearing from you. Make sure to visit Facebook page for regular updates and the official website for your entry form.

The Organising committee looks forward to promoting the race in Brazil and South America over the next two years and hope to see more entries flow in.

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