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NOOD Regattas – What is NOOD Racing?

The definition of NOOD Racing and a description of National Offshore One-design sailboat racing at Sailing World.

December 20, 2006
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Created by Sailing World in 1988, NOOD (National Offshore One-Design) regattas attract close to 2,000 boats
and more than 30,000 competitors and spectators annually. Each event in the series features three days of sailboat racing for one-design models from 20 to 70 feet in length. In addition to local sailors, sailing’s top stars – including America’s Cup and Olympic champions – are well-represented at the NOODs. Competitive sailors rate the NOODs as the top national event in each region of the country.

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