No More Turkey Regatta
November 13-14, 2021
Atlanta Yacht Club, Lake Allatoona
The Regatta will be governed by rules as defined in The Racing Rules of Sailing and the Regatta Sailing Instructions. Sailing Instructions will be available at registration
Saturday, November 13
Registration is all on-line
1100 Competitors Meeting at the Point
Lunch (on your own, not provided)
1157 Warning signal- First Race
with more races to follow... we will try for 6
No races start after 1600
Dinner and Bonfire after racing (approx. 1 hour after last race)
Sunday, November 14
927 Warning signal for first race of the day.
No races start later than 1300
Awards and any available left overs for lunch (approx. 45 min after last race)
$30.00 per Adult, $20.00 per Junior (18 and under), dinner is included in the registration.
Extra adult dinner is $10.00, extra junior dinner is $7.00.
MUST PRE REGISTER, ONLINE PAYMENT ONLY
All Laser rigs are allowed. Five (5) entries of the same rig constitute a fleet. Class legal sails are not required.
All Sailors will be required to wear Coast Guard Approved Life Jackets while on the water. Wet/dry suits are strongly recommended due to potential cold temperatures in November on Lake Allatoona.
Atlanta Yacht Club, 7120 Yacht Club Dr. , Acworth , GA 30102.
AYC is 17 miles north of Atlanta. Take Exit 277 (Ga HWY 92) off I-75. Go east on Hwy 92 and turn left onto Hunt Rd. Go .2 miles, through Stop sign and immediately bear right through hairpin turn; the road changes to Kellogg Creek Rd. Go 1 mile and turn left onto Yacht Club Drive. Look for entrance to AYC on the right after one mile.
Gate will be open Friday afternoon. Pull up close to gate to trigger opening
Camping and hot showers are available free at AYC.
Hotels are just 5 minutes away at I-75 and HWY 92
Best Western 770-974-0116
Days Inn 770-974-1700
Quality Inn 770-974-1922
Holiday Inn Express 770-975-9930
For more information please contact Ed Marks firstname.lastname@example.org or 770 364-7577
The Atlanta Yacht Club prohibits firearms, pets and motorcycles on club grounds