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WCC Ocean Sailing Forum in Annapolis

The World Cruising Club, organizer of the ARC and Caribbean 1500 cruising rallies, will be hosting a two-hour Ocean Sailing Forum at the U.S. Sailboat Show in Annapolis.
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The World Cruising Club, organizer of the ARC and Caribbean 1500 cruising rallies, will be hosting a two-hour Ocean Sailing Forum at the U.S. Sailboat Show in Annapolis. A panel of experienced cruisers (including SAIL’s Charlie Doane) will discuss bluewater passages from 0800-1100 on Saturday, October 6 at the O’Callaghan Hotel. The $17 entry fee covers a show ticket and a copy of SAIL. In addition, the WCC is hosting a reunion party for Caribbean 1500 rally veterans on October 5. Veterans, newbies and wannabes are all encouraged to visit the WCC booth (#O18) during the show. Register here.

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