The 31st edition of the Delta Lloyd Regatta at Medemblik begins on May 24th and registration is well under way. Races will run from May 26th until the 30th. It will be an international gathering of superb sailing, with not only Medemblik, but the entire world setting its focus on the only Olympic and Paralympic sailing event in the Netherlands.

While we keep on focusing on organizing the best competition possible, we also make sure all facilities and on shore conditions are benefiting you as sailors at the Delta Lloyd Regatta. Of course all this is there to make sure the sailors can perform at its best.

The main reasons to participate at the 2015 Delta Lloyd Regatta:

• Olympic format to conform to Rio 2016
• Official Qualifier for the ISAF Sailing World Cup Weymouth & Portland
• Live and replay 3D Track & Trace
• International top sailors
• Perfectly organised event
• Very-experienced race committees and jury;

Pieter-Jan Postma has already registered himself for the Delta Lloyd Regatta. After his second place of last year Pieter-Jan is out for the first spot at the Delta Lloyd Regatta 2015. In 2014 the top-10 was dominated by the Dutch, but Philip Kasueske (pictured) ended up with the gold medal. The Finn class was one of the most exciting classes in Medemblik and that will be the same in May.

The entries are rising, and we hope you will join us in this fierce battle. We have realised many innovations over the past few years, like 2D and 3D track and tracing on all boats every day and the development of better facilities by improving race committees, judges and on shore facilities. Therefore we believe the Delta Lloyd Regatta will fit perfectly in your preparations ahead of Rio 2016 and the ISAF Sailing World Cup across Europe.

We really hope to see you during the Delta Lloyd Regatta at Medemblik in May. You can register yourself here. Let us contribute to your development as sailor and the realisation of your Olympic dreams.

If you have any questions please let us know.

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