Philippine Hobie Challenge: Bringing Out the Fun in Sailing for 18 YearsFebruary 23, 2018
Discover the fun in sailing once again.
Set your sails ready because it’s that time of the year once more to explore the challenging yet breathtaking waters of the Philippines aboard your catamaran for sale while competing with fellow sailors in the most anticipated sailing event in the country: the 18th Philippine Hobie Challenge 2018.
The Philippine Hobie Challenge is the country’s premier extreme boat race event organized by the Philippine Inter-island Sailing Foundation, Inc. (PHINSAF) to promote sailing in the archipelago, create awareness for the environment, and support communities inhabiting the Philippines. Teams from both local and abroad participate in this international tourney aboard their Hobie Cat 16, a 16-foot long wind-powered twin-hulled type of catamaran for sale.
Also dubbed the West Philippine Sea Challenge, the sailing competition is now on its 18th year of gathering sailing enthusiasts both seasoned and novices to challenge the waters and discover the beautiful islands of the Philippines, happening this March 11-17.
This year, teams participating in the Philippine Hobie Challenge will take on five inter-island legs ranging from 30-50 nautical miles each, starting from the beautiful seas of Coron down to azure waters of Busuanga in Palawan. At least one in-shore racing series involving up to five-course races will also take place, and aside from the usual Hobie Cat 16 fleets, sailors owning keels and ocean multihulls are also encouraged to join.
On its 18th year, the Philippine Hobie Challenge is set to showcase the fun in sailing once again. Witness as the event brings families closer together, discover the country’s stunning archipelago, experience the thrill of navigation, extend help thru charity works, and most importantly, appreciate the simple joys of getting into the water.
So what are you waiting for? Get your catamaran for sale ready, register today, and be part of this action-packed regatta event in the Philippines.