2020 will be the 6th year of the "King of the Gulf". This fantastic regatta conducted by the Multihull Yacht Association of South Australia continues to go from strength to strength. The regatta is sailed in the best flat racing waters South Australia offers. Great racing coupled with a fantastic inclusive social program makes this a bucket list regatta and one of the best regattas you will ever sail in. The 2020 regatta will also host the 2020 National Multihull Championships featuring the fastest sailing yachts in Australia. (See skipper comments on the regatta HERE)
2020 King of the Gulf
Thursday 13th February Passage race briefing CYCSA 7.00pm
Friday 14th February Passage Race - Adelaide to Pt Vincent
Saturday 15th February King of the Gulf Regatta
Sunday 16th February King of the Gulf Regatta
Monday 17th February King of the Gulf Regatta
Tuesday 18th February Passage race Pt Vincent to Adelaide
Optional cruise to Port Lincoln and the Sir Joseph Bank Group.
see below How to enter the 2019 regatta in 7 easy steps
the 2019 regatta information available below
Notice of race posted here Monday November 13th HERE
Nominate your yacht using the new TopYacht web site HERE
Early Bird nominations open with big discounts are open now.
Early Bird nominations close Sunday 31st December 2018
Full price nominations open 1st January 2019 till 12th February 2019
Who else has nominated?
See on TopYacht HERE
Safety compliance forms:
Please scan and upload to your personal TopYacht website page the appropriate safety compliance forms for your nomination.
Cat 5: is required for the passage races HERE
Cat 6: is required for the KOG regatta at Port Vincent HERE
To be released Thursday 12th February HERE
A hard copy will also be included in your Skippers Handbook.
Passage race courses and Regatta courses. (To be available 12th February 2019)
Download a copy and get a head start with your chart plotter HERE
Hand in Crew lists for the passage races at the RSAYS Thursday briefing meeting on Thursday 14th February. Crew list forms HERE (also available in your Skippers Handbook.)