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Lake Wentworth Sailing Regatta 

 Saturday, August 2nd

Registration begins at 12 Noon, Racing begins at 2pm.

No pre-registration necessary.

The Lake Wentworth Sailing Regatta will take place on Saturday, August 2 at Albee Beach on Lake Wentworth.  This event will be sponsored jointly by the New Hampshire Boat Museum, the Lake Wentworth Association, and the Town of Wolfeboro.  This will be a fun and educational day for all involved.  There will be four classes of boats racing: Optis, Sunfish, Catamarans, and Mono Hulls.  The New Hampshire Boat Museum’s 11 Dinghies and 9 Sunfish will be available to use on a first reserve basis.  Graduates of the youth sailing program will be given priority of the NHBM’s boats.  This event is open to sailors of all ages and there will be an intermediate and advanced racing courses available.  Registration is at noon and racing begins at 2:00, no pre-registration is required. There will be awards and refreshments available at the conclusion of the race.  Participants or their families are encouraged to bring something to share such as cookies, dessert, or soft drinks.  The Chair for this event is Joe DeChairo if you have questions please call him on his cell at 603-630-3724.

Wentworth Sailing Regatta-2

Looking for Things to do in New Hampshire This Summer?

The New Hampshire Boat Museum is proud to be a part of the New Hampshire Heritage Trail: Portsmouth to Plymouth Museum Trail!  The trail includes 13 museums across the great state of New Hampshire.   The goal of the Experience New Hampshire Heritage Trail is to create awareness of the many exciting history and cultural heritage museums in the Portsmouth to Plymouth region. By visiting our diverse museums, historic sites, and homes, you will encounter the authentic New Hampshire experience. With over 300 years of history to explore, the trail museums bring to life the New Hampshire independent spirit that is still alive and vibrant today. Visit the website to see all trail destinations, descriptions, hours and locations.

The trail is especially good for those rainy summer days or for finding something both fun and educational to do with the children and grandchildren while on their summer vacation!

So get in the car this summer and explore New Hampshire and the great museums that the state has to offer!  

New Hampshire Heritage Trail