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The English Wiktionary has a dictionary definition (meanings of a word) for: regatta

A regatta is a term used to describe either a boat race, or series of boat races.

Although the term typically describes racing events of unpowered watercraft, some powerboat race series are also called regattas. Most commonly, a regatta is either a series of rowing, sailing or yacht racing.

Although regattas are typically amateur competitions, they are usually very highly organized, formally structured events, with complex rules precisely describing the schedule and procedures of the event.

Rowing regattas[change | change source]

Sailing regattas[change | change source]

College Sailing Regattas[change | change source]

High school sailing regattas[change | change source]

  • Mallory Cup, United States high school sailing national championships.
  • The National School Sailing Assosiation Regatta, UK. Annual Sailing reggatta held in various sailing clubs and competed in by many secondary school students.

Other regattas[change | change source]

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