In this year’s regatta is hosted by the Pasquotank River Yacht Club, participating sailboats will compete on a closed course on the Pasquotank River. The regatta is open to non-spinnaker and cruising class sailors. The cruising class is a fun way for sailors to show their support for hospice care in North Carolina, even if they do not normally race. The regatta also hosts small boat classes for youth and adult sailors. Small boat one-design classes may be established when four boats of the same type register.
The day will finish with a regatta awards ceremony that will be held on the Terryberry property in Newbegun Landing in Weeksville, at 105 Margaret Drive, Elizabeth City. The ceremony will include dinner, live entertainment, presentation of trophies, a raffle, and a silent auction. The awards ceremony is open to all who would like to support Albemarle Hospice. Meal tickets are available for purchase for $25.00.
The goals of the hospice regatta are to raise money for our participating, non-profit hospice and to raise public awareness for hospices everywhere. There is no better way to raise funds and awareness for hospice care than spending a fun day in the sun and everyone has a lot of fun in doing so!
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There will be no rain date and no refunds!
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Why Support Hospice Through the Albemarle Hospice Regatta?
Your commitment not only helps us build awareness of hospice care, it helps us to raise money for uncovered hospice services in our community.