Key West and Miami - 2010
22 September 2009
As published by Premiere Racing
Dear Melges 32 Owners and Supporters,
I hope you enjoyed this summer’s sailing season and are looking forward to a busy and successful fall.
With winter sailing just 4 months away, Key West Race Week and Miami Grand Prix planning is now in full swing. I want to take this opportunity to touch base once again and get these winter regattas on your racing calendar.
Key West 2010, presented by Nautica and the 2010 Miami Grand Prix, will continue to deliver what you have come to expect from Premiere Racing - top tier competition, professional race management and unique shore side fun. Ten races over five days in Key West and four days in Miami with competition from across the country and around the world make for a truly great start to the winter sailing season. Combined with your Gold Cup in Fort Lauderdale, you have three great reasons to come to Florida.
We hope you are planning to race with us as you have in the past. We are continually updating the logistics and planning pages on the event web sites and the Key West Notice and Conditions of Race is available via this link Notice of Race.
We encourage all who are intending to compete with us in January to submit their entry as soon as possible. As you all know, a strong entry list sets the stage for great competition and builds enthusiasm. Racing sailors contemplating a South Florida campaigns want to be sure that their competition will be strong. Each entry is important and we hope you’ll add yours soon. Here are links to the Key West online entry and the entry list: Online Entry and Entry List. The Miami Notice of Race and entry systems will be available later in October.
The Race Committee and Shoreside Team are prepared to once again bring you the high quality event you have come to expect from Premiere Racing.
Please let us know if you have any questions. If you have thoughts on how we can further promote your specific class, please send us a note. We look forward to delivering memorable regattas and to the prospects of having you racing us.
Peter S. Craig