Single-handed PHRF and One-design Entry Fee: $47.50
Lunches: $7.50 each Once again Captain’s Quarters Restaurant is offering regatta box lunches which include a sandwich, chips, dessert and a piece of fruit. Lunches will be available by 10:30 a.m. under the tent or on the lower deck each day of racing.
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Extra T-Shirts: $14.00 each for short sleeve. $17 for long sleeve. Crewed entrants will receive two short sleeve T-shirts; single-handed entrants will receive one short sleeve T-shirt. Additional shirts are available with all proceeds going to benefit the River Cities Community Sailing Program.
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For the past years Kentuckiana sailors, such as yourself, have supported the River Cities Community Sailing Program , a non-profit organization that teaches children and adults to sail, through your participation in the 44th annual Captain's Quarters Regatta, September 25, 26 and 27, 2015 .
The regatta serves as a fundraiser for the Program. Its proceeds go toward providing scholarships for at-risk children, keeping fees reasonable and the purchase of new equipment. We would like to invite you to continue your support by participating in the Captain's Quarters Regatta.
The Captain's Quarters Regatta is one of the region's premier sailing events. Started in 1972 by Ennis Mahon, then owner of Captain's Quarters Restaurant, the regatta has become a fall tradition noted for warm camaraderie, good parties and hot competition.
Entry forms are available from this website. Click here to download the registration packet. To register on-line or contact us for more information use the tabs above.
The Captain’s Quarters Regatta will—as always—be a fun-packed, race-packed weekend. Join us!
Roger Kennedy River Cities Community Sailing Program
P.S. The River Cities Community Sailing Program is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. As a result, your entry fee qualifies as a tax deductible contribution.