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12th Annual Catalina Rally

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Date(s) - 08/17/2017 - 08/20/2017
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West Coast Multihulls Presents:
The 12th Annual Catalina Multihull Rally

cowboy-hat-bootCowboy up and find yer boots, cuz it’s time for the Rally Round Up of the Century! Come join all your multihullin’ friends and have a great fun-filled weekend at Two Harbors, Catalina. Sign up today!

Dates: August 17-20, 2017

Cost: $105/person if you register before August 1.
$125/person if after that, so don’t delay!
REGISTER TODAY! >>
NOTE: Rally fees DO NOT include mooring fees.

Too much fun to list here, but we’ll try:

Details:

Thursday: 5pm. Dinghy Roundup at Two Harbors mooring field, BYOB and an appetizer to pass around.
Reconnect with all your multihull friends and catch up on past adventures. Float around and swap stories, along with grub and drinks.

Friday: 9-11am. Bloody Mary Morning Talk Show.
Continental breakfast with Bloody Marys and/or Mimosas will be served at the Isthmus Yacht Club. Subject TBD. Mandatory skipper’s meeting to follow.

Friday: Afternoon. Games on the Beach, etc.
Those who need to work off their lunch can swim, hike, or cruise the beach. Those of us with a little more sedate vision of cruising might engage in a game of horseshoes or ladder ball. Or maybe a dinghy raft up/paddleboard armada?

Friday: 6pm – ? Dinner on the Beach at the NEW VENUE.
World-class catered BBQ with all the fixin’s, surrounded by lovely cow-pokes and cowgirls, ranchers, boat wranglers and rustlers. Followed shortly by crew roundup and line dancing on the beach! Enjoy the new beachside cabana venue at Two Harbors. This WCM party will be one of the first!

Saturday: High Noon. Race to Cat Harbor.
This year we will once again be racing around the West End to Cat Harbor. This is a fun race, with distinctly NOT fierce competition, so don’t be afraid to jump in. On arrival to Cat Harbor, we will try to raft up toward the back of the anchorage across a row of mooring balls. Kurt will direct traffic via VHF if his batteries last that long. We will be keeping activities to a minimum as the intense race action typically results in an afternoon nap for most. The evening activities will be impromptu appetizers and drinks on the boats.

Sunday: Sometime in the Morning. Sail Around the Backside to Avalon.
Those that need to return to the real world can cast off for ports near and far, and those lucky ones who have shed the chains of civilization can stay until the money runs out. But for those on their way, join us for a welcome stop in Avalon for Sunday night, where there are plenty of dinner options and more fun.

NOTE: This is a tentative schedule, and subject to a lack of enthusiasm and/or immediate modification by management.

Contact Kim for more info.