73rd Newport to Ensenada
International Yacht Race
Postponed until 2021
Next start: April 23, 2021
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In light of the Corvid 19 virus, the Newport Ocean Racing Association’s Board of Directors unanimously voted to reschedule the 73rd annual Newport to Ensenada Yacht International Race until April 23, 2021.
Like Rod Woods, Dan Rossen is also a seasoned offshore sailor who has entered this year’s 73rd Newport to Ensenada International Yacht Race as a double-handed entry. And with his perennial racing partner Richard Whitley he is also a past class winner on their B-32 Problem Child. In fact, Dan claims they have won the DH trophy on the N2E some 7 times, more than half the number of times he has also sailed this race in full-crew mode.
- 73rd Race postponed until 2021
- All current 2020 entrants’ fees are credited to the 2021 race.
- Entrants may choose to donate their entry fees to NOSA for a tax deduction, which will aid NOSA with 2020 expenses already incurred.
- Entrants may also request a full refund by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Newport Ocean Sailing Association
Newport Ocean Sailing Association is a non-profit organization run by a board of directors filled with highly experienced sailboat racers and U.S. Sailing Certified Race Officials who, along with a large group of volunteers, are the premier race management team who host the iconic Newport to Ensenada International Yacht Race and others all-the-while promoting yacht racing in Southern California. NOSA provides financial assistance to junior sailing programs and other non-profit organizations that encourage and develop amateur watersports with an emphasis on sailing, boating and seamanship.