Fourth annual Penobscot Bay Rendezvous, August 14, 15, 16 and 17Jul 17, 2014
You have read about it! You have heard about it!
Now is the time to make plans to attend the fourth annual Penobscot Bay Rendezvous, August 14, 15, 16 and 17.
PHRF spinnaker, PHRF non- spinnaker, single-handed, double-handed and cruising divisions will all be offered and managed by our professional racing committee headed by Ted Smith. Racing will take place in spectacular Penobscot Bay between Rockland and Islesboro - inboard of North Haven and Vinylhaven islands. Click here for the NOR
Powerboaters will spend the days exploring Pen Bay on the Photo Pursuit! Click here for more information on that adventure.
$375 for two includes all racing and parties! Check out the website for full options and register today!
Don't miss the party...
August 14 - Opening Dinner and Music from the Nikki Hunt Band!
Yes we like to keep it fresh...
Catered by the Slipway, the evening will feature a full bar, wine, and Maine beers. Fish tacos ,mini-burgers and grilled chicken sandwiches, Portuguese seafood stew Grilled seafood kebobs, Caesar salad, bite-sized brownies and blueberry crisp a la mode
$10 Crew Party! Saturday, August 16, 4-6:30 @ Wayfarer Featuring The Kolors!
You asked for it we got it! Here is a party to celebrate the results of two days of racing! $10 per person will go directly to LifeFlight of Maine - in return Cellardoor Winery and Megunticook Market are putting on the party - beer and snacks galore plus the steel drum band The Koolers will get the afternoon grooving!
Ports of Call Party! Saturday, August 16, 7:30-11pm @ Wayfarer Marine
No one throws a party like Bettina Doulton of Cellardoor Winery who is teaming up with Lani Stiles of Megunticook Market. Through food and drink, these two will transport guests from Camden to Antigua. Whoopy Kat Band will have the crowd rocking!
This year your participation will benefit LifeFlight of Maine. For the last 15 years, LifeFlight of Maine has given the care needed to bridge the gap from an accident scene or hospital to specialized treatment facilities. Each year they provide advanced treatment and rapid transport both in the air and on the ground for more than 1,500 critical patients.
LifeFlight is a natural fit for PBR. Accidents or sudden illnesses on the water are rare but when they occur we are often in a remote place. Like fire trucks and police cars, you would rather not see these guys but if you need them, you are really glad they are there for you. This service is essential. And we thank you for your supporting this great organization.
Great Racing! Awesome Post Race Parties! Great Opportunity to Rack Up GMORA Points! All to Benefit LifeFlight of MaineEdit Module