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9. Pictures from Top of the Gulf Regatta 2019 in Pattaya, Thailand - Page 8 of 10
Page 8 of 10 The Ocean Marina Yacht Club in Jomtien, Thailand hosted the 15th Top of the Gulf Regatta from 1-5 May 2019. More than 200 boats competed in up to 16 classes, ranging from Optimists (racing in the Thailand Optimist Open Championship) to dinghies, one-design Platus, keelboats and multihulls, as well as RS:One windsurfs and an IOM Radio Controlled class.
10. Pictures from Top of the Gulf Regatta 2019 in Pattaya, Thailand - Page 1 of 10
Page 1 of 10 The Ocean Marina Yacht Club in Jomtien, Thailand hosted the 15th Top of the Gulf Regatta from 1-5 May 2019. More than 200 boats competed in up to 16 classes, ranging from Optimists (racing in the Thailand Optimist Open Championship) to dinghies, one-design Platus, keelboats and multihulls, as well as RS:One windsurfs and an IOM Radio Controlled class.
11. Australians Dominate First Day of Top of the Gulf Regatta 2019 in Pattaya, Thailand
The Top of the Gulf Regatta 2019 at Ocean Marina Yacht Club in Pattaya, Thailand, got off to a good start on Wednesday, with a solid 10 knots giving the Race Officer confidence to set the fleet on a long distance race.
12. Day 2 Results from Top of the Gulf Regatta 2019 in Pattaya, Thailand
The 10 knots of breeze at the start of the second day of the Top of the Gulf Regatta in Pattaya on Thursday dropped off quickly, giving Race Officer Jerry Rollin no other option but to end racing early for the day. Ray Roberts and his crew on Team Hollywood continued where they left off in IRC Racing 1 on Wednesday with good boat speed and slick crew work, leading defending champio
13. 15th Top of the Gulf Regatta to Take Place in Pattaya, Thailand 30 April - 5 May 2019
Organisers of next week's Top of the Gulf Regatta in Pattaya, Thailand have said that there'll be more than 700 competitors representing 30 countries from around the world taking part. More than 200 boats are expected to compete in up to 16 classes ranging from Optimists (racing in the Thailand Optimist Open Championship) to dinghies, one-design Platus, keelboats and multihulls, as
14. Thailands Top of the Gulf Regatta 2021 to Take Place in November
Organisers of Thailands Top of the Gulf Regatta have confirmed that the 2021 regatta will take place in November. Hosted by the Ocean Marina Yacht Club, currently undergoing a comprehensive redesign, the annual event attracts sailors from around the world who compete in a variety of classes from Optimists and dinghies, to catamarans and keelboats, including the S\V14 Para Sailing
15. Team Hollywood Unbeatable! Results from Top of the Gulf Regatta 2019
There were no surprises in the overall outcome of IRC Racing 1 on Sunday, as Team Hollywood sealed its stellar performance over the 5 days with yet another well deserved victory. Having been a long-time supporter of the Top of the Gulf Regatta, Ray Roberts brought his 'new' TP52 this year to take on Kevin and Tom Whitcraft's Thailand-based THA72. Team Hollywood finished the series
16. Number of Important Changes to Thailand's Top of the Gulf Regatta 2019
Inclusivity has been at the heart of Thailand's Top of the Gulf Regatta since it was first sailed in 2005, as organisers aim to support sailing across a diverse range of boat types, sizes, and sailor abilities. From Optimists and Lasers (Radial, Standard and 4.7), 29ers and 49ers, 420s and 470s, and beach catamarans, to ocean multihulls, keelboats, one-design 25-foot Platus and the

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