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HomeGold Rush Regatta 2018

September 7th, 8th, and 9th
Benefiting the Grapevine Fire Department
Water Safety Program

Register Here

Dinner will be a beef and chicken fajita bar with the works (Chips and Guac too)

Regatta Results Here

Race Q's Playback Page
Download the Free RaceQ's app on any mobile device and activate.  RaceQ's will track all boats and provide a playback of all races on the playback page.

As always, Volunteers are always needed. Please click below to see what else needs to be done and how you can help.
Volunteer Here

 
 Schedule of Events  
Friday September 7th, 2018  
 16:30 – 20:00 Late Registration at the Clubhouse plus launch assistance and boat slip assignments   
 16:30 – 20:00 Happy Hour, refreshments provided   
Saturday September 8th, 2018  
 7:30
Complimentary Breakfast 
 8:00 Registration Closes  
 9:30 Skipper’s Meeting 
 11:00 First warning signal for Race 1. (Additional races to follow)
Lunch on the water; (lunch is not provided, be sure to bring your own) 
 17:30
Refreshments  
Silent Auction
 18:00
Charity Dinner - Party and your favorite refreshments 
 20:00 Silent Auction Closes 
 Sunday September 9th, 2018  
 7:30
Complimentary Breakfast 
 
10:00
First warning signal for First Race of the Day 
(Additional races may follow.) 
 
 13:00 No start warning signal will be made after 13:00 on Sunday   
Following Racing 
Complimentary Lunch
Trophy presentation
Raffle
 


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About Gold Rush Regatta
The Gold Rush Regatta is a Grapevine Sailing Club annual racing event.  Both club and off the lake boats participate each year in this weekend long regatta. We aim for 5 or more races over the weekend which starts on Friday night with races starting Saturday morning. We host an entertaining Saturday charity dinner and party open to all and wrap up the weekend of racing with Sunday lunch, awards presentation, silent auction, and lively raffle.  
 
All donations benefit the Grapevine Fire Department Water Safety Program. They have been donating life jackets to promote safety on the water.