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Grand Bahama Regatta, Now Underway!
Sep 16, 2011 - 1:59:56 AM

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Freeport, Bahamas - The Grand Bahama Regatta Committee, in association with the Ministry of Youth, Sports & Culture present the 2011 Grand Bahama Regatta!

A four-night extravaganza featuring well-known Class A, B and C Sloops all off Taino Beach!

Two days of Sailing you do not want to miss! Sailing dates: Friday, September 15th and Saturday, September 16th.  A, B, and C Class and Junior Sailors (G.B. Sailing Club): 'A' Class - with 5 sloops including - Courageous and Red Stripe; ''B' Class - with 7 sloops including - Lady Sonia and Cobra; "C'' Class - with 9 sloops including - Sweet Island Gal and Asue Thunderbird

Four nights of Entertainment!

Golden Oldies - Thursday,
September 15th featuring Ol Skool Reggae and guest DJ

Bahamian Culture Day - Friday,
September 16th featuring Veronica Bishop, local band, and guest DJ.

Bahamian Culture Day 2 - Saturday,
September 17th featuring local bands, Bahamian artists, Junkanoo rush and more! 

Family Fun Day - Sunday,
September 18th featuring the GB Sailing Club junior sailors, youth marching bands and a guest DJ.

Sponsors:

Headline Sponsor - Ministry of Youth Sports and Culture

Major Sponsors: Peter Nygard, Craig Flowers, BORCO, Asue Draw/ Indigo (run on card), Sky Bahamas

Other Sponsors: Chibah Systems, Bahamian Brewery, Lucaya Shipping, Royal Bank/ Finco, Focal

"We don't go big, we go GRAND!"


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