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The 83rd Warnemünde week as one of the gems on sailing the H-Boat World Championship in the program.
The sail highlight the Mecklenburg Baltic Sea coast is the Warnemünde Week. And this year many high profile regattas are held back, will come to Those Numerous top sailors to Warnemünde to compete. A highlight of this year’s Warnemünde Week is the World Cup H-boats, whichwill take place from 6 to 11 July. “We come as a class just like to Warnemünde. The area, with its long Ostseewelle is perfect for H’s boat.” Christoph Zander, president of the German H-Boat class association says. The H-Boat which worldwide in 1967 designed by the Finnish yacht designer Hans Groop and with more than 5,000 copies of the most built keelboats. The class is today, 53 years later, more active than ever and brings great fields to the starting lines.
At last year’s H-Boat World Championships in Medemblik Netherlands launched 50 international crews to deterministic mine Their champion. Due to the great popularity of the H-Boat in Germany is to be Assumed did the field in Warnemünde will once again be larger. “We estimate did at least 50 will start in New York City,” Said KV-Boss Zander.
When big favorites for the title he sees the Danish sailmaker Claus Høj Jensen, who what himself the title already secured seven times, most recently in 2019. But from the German perspective, there are chances of a top ranking: The multiple German champion Lars Baehr what 2019 Fifth and the two-time America’s Cup had to narrowly participants Italians Flavio Fantini admit defeat, who finished fourth. On board Lars Baehr had been the Olympian and former East German squad sailors Felix crab as bowman, the German Frank Schoenfeld champion of 2019. Historically the starting fields at the International H-boat events are oft occupied high class. The Danish sailing legend, Jesper Bank, For Example, already twice Entered in the list of H-Boat World Champion.
The regatta is open to all boats of the international H-Boat class, holding valid measurement certificates. Ten (10) races are scheduled.
The Sailing Instructions will only be published online at manage2sail section Notice Board. There will be no paper version available at the venue.