North Queensland is becoming one of Australia’s emerging premier sailing destinations. Magnetic Island which is situated off the coast of Townsville within the World Heritage Listed Great Barrier Reef Marine Park will once again play host to the SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week, in the backyard of this beautiful tropical paradise – a fresh adventure on the Australasian off-shore scene.
The eighth annual SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week will offer first class racing on the crystal blue waters of Cleveland Bay from Thursday 27August to Tuesday 1 September 2015, following on from the Airlie Beach and Hamilton Island Race Weeks and is the finale of the Queensland Season of Sailing.
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Latest NewsSeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week 2015: Classic Yachts call to enter Tracey Johnstone, Magnetic Island ,
The call has gone out for entrants to join in the newly introduced Classic Yacht Class for the ninth annual SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week. Yachts with time on their side and built for racing in an earlier era are encouraged to join the regatta which has a relaxed and friendly style. Often these boats are found to be good examples of tradition and craftsmanship
2015 SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week - Start planning to go troppo Tracey Johnstone, Magnetic Island ,
2015 SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week - Now is the time for skippers and crew to start planning their visit to northern Queensland to compete in ninth annual SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week. The racing is on from August 27 through to September 1, but there is plenty on the island to do and see before and event after the regatta, including enjoying a leisurely holiday with family and friends.
Magnetic Island Race Week: champions to return Tracey Johnstone, Magnetic Island ,
Winners of the Performance Division in last year’s SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week, Mates4Mates’ Spirit of Mateship, want more of the same in 2015. They have confirmed they will return in 2015 for the regatta which is being from August 27 to September 1, to enjoy more of the great competition, hopefully more silverware and lots more of the dockside camaraderie.