2021 WA Hobie 16 State Championships

Crossview Enterprises 2021 WA Hobie 16 State Championships

What a treat for the Hobie 16 teams who made the journey to Esperance for the Crossview Enterprises 2021 WA Hobie Cat State Championships. Located in the south east of the state of Western Australia Esperance is a unique holiday destination blessed with some of the most pristine waters, white sands and best beaches in…

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2021 Queensland Hobie State Titles, Lake Cootharaba

The 2021 Queensland Hobie State Titles, Lake Cootharaba, took place on the golden waters of Lake Cootharaba on the Sunshine Coast, saw a gusty, 20knot + SE blowing consistently across the lake. With a low developing off the coast further North is was wet and wild conditions. With many choc-tops cemented on the head of…

2021 Queensland Hobie Cat State Titles

2021 Queensland Hobie Cat State Titles Lake Cootharaba Sailing Club, Boreen Point Friday 2 April to Sunday 4 April 2021 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Registration and Weigh-in: Friday 2 April 9:30 to 10:30 Official Competitor’s Briefing: Friday 2 April 11:00 (location to be advised at registration) Schedule of racing: Friday 10 April 2021 Two races back…

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2021 / 2022 Australian Hobie Cat National Championships

The  2021 / 2022 Australian Hobie Cat National Championships will be hosted by Vincentia Sailing Club, Jervis Bay . The Hobie 16 Open event will take place first, with the mixed fleet in the second series. We know there are quite a few 16 teams that take their H16 Open nationals very seriously. These guys…

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Crossview Enterprises 2021 WA Hobie Cat State Championships

The Crossview Enterprises 2021 Western Australian Hobie Cat State Championships will be held over the Easter weekend. Supported by Esperance Bay Yacht Club, the Shire of Esperance and Hobie Cat Asia Pacific. This will be the 44th anniversary of the regatta. After a one year delay, the Hobie Cat fleet in Western Australia are excited…