Written by Anke Haadsma on July 26, 2018. Posted in News.
The Hague Offshore Sailing World Championship 2018 officially came to an end on Friday July 20th. Within a few days all boats left the harbor, on their way to their next event. Time to start preparing for the next big events in 2019, the Europeans in Sweden and the World Championship in Croatia.
World Championship Sibenik, Croatia – June 1st to 8th, 2019
Sibenik Bay is the most protected natural harbor on the Adriatic Sea. The bay is also the mouth of the river Krka into the sea, and the place where the town of Sibenik is situated. A narrow, winding channel of St. Ante. 1.66 nm long, leads from the open sea to the Sibenik Bay. It’s forehead, renaissance fortress of St. Nikola, is placed on the small island in the place where the channel meets the open sea. Read more about the location, practical information, accommodation and how to get to the World Championship 2019 here
European Championship Oxelosund, Sweden – August 11th to 17th, 2019
The European Championship in Sweden is located less then 15 Km south from the city centre of its lager neighbour Nykoping. The literal translation of Oxelosund into English is ‘Molar Isle Strait’, with the town being a harbor town bordering on an offshore archipelage, separated by narrow straits of water.
More information about the location, practical information, services and getting there can be found here