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Musto Etchells: where else would you be this winter ?

22 February 2010 Trevor Martin

Musto Etchells Australasian Winter Championship 2010

"Musto Etchells Australasian Winter Championship 2010"

I can't think of a better place to be in the winter than in Mooloolaba enjoying warm weather, great sailing conditions, a cool beer with my sailing mates and some brilliant competition. So for those of you trying to work out your winter sailing program, top of the list should be the Musto Etchells Australasian Winter Championship.

Planning is well underway for this year's event, the 14th consecutive year ! Musto has returned as the lead sponsor for the third year running. Other sponsors back on board are Sunshine Coast Regional Council, Queensland Events, Newport Apartments, The Wharf Tavern, Sun Air Bus Services and more.

The sailing is off Mooloolaba Beach and the party is at the Wharf Tavern. Musto promise to again bring excitement to the post-race parties and the town of Mooloolaba is gearing up for another warm welcome to all Etchells sailors and their supporters.

Volunteer registration is already open with helpers from Melbourne, Brisbane and Mooloolaba leaping on line to grab the chance to be a part of this great event.

Newport Apartments is the recommended venue for accommodation, just a few steps away from the Wharf Marina where the boats will be berthed. And for those of you who may need it prior to registration, Newport has a sauna.

The Notice of Race and online entry is due to be published during the early part of March and will be available from the event website www.mooetchells,


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