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Discover how to sail to Australia with ARC and World ARC

by World Cruising Club 11 May 2019 05:58 UTC 3 August 2019
World ARC 2018-19 fleet at Marigot Bay © World Cruising

Come and meet the World Cruising Club team for a coffee and a chat about the ARC and World ARC rallies.

Meet other like-minded cruising sailors, then visit the largest boat show in the southern hemisphere.

World Cruising Club is hosting a meeting right beside the Sydney International Boat Show, at the Australian National Maritime Museum. The presentation will be an opportunity to discuss any aspects of the ARC and World ARC rallies face to face, plus meet with other like-minded cruising sailors in a relaxed and friendly environment. In addition to updating you on the latest news of the rally, there will be a presentation on the route, safety equipment requirements, and other preparation issues before taking your questions.

Also joining us will be other Australian skippers who have sailed the route, giving you the chance to benefit first-hand from their experiences.

The presentation is free to attend, but spaces are limited, so please do let us know as soon as possible if you would like to join us. And of course, partners and crew members are also welcome, but do please let us know in advance so that we don't run out of coffee!

Find more information here.

Register here.

We hope to meet you at the presentation.

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