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Harvest Moon Regatta Race Cancelled - Activities Still Scheduled
Harvest Moon Regatta Race Cancelled
(Port Aransas, TX) â€“ The 29th Annual Harvest Moon Regatta race, scheduled to begin Thursday, October 22, has been cancelled due to weather.
Lakewood Yacht Club and Bay Access, the Houston-based organizers of the regatta, made the decision this afternoon to cancel the race due to hazardous weather conditions predicted by several weather authorities. The safety of participants and their vessels is paramount to the goals of the race and the deciding factor for cancelling this year's regatta.
Harvest Moon Regatta to Arrive in Port 'A'
(Port Aransas, TX) â€“ The 29th Annual Harvest Moon Regatta, the largest point-to-point regatta in U.S. coastal waters, is scheduled to occur October 22-25, 2015. Over 160 boats will set sail from Galveston Island's Historic Pleasure Pier on Thursday, October 22 and sail approximately 150 nautical miles, arriving at the Port Aransas jetties on Friday.
FlipKey/TripAdvisor Texas Gulf Coast Travel Guide
The Texas gulf coast is an incredibly popular destination for travelers and the area is teeming with thousands of vacation rentals ready for your next visit. Once you know that the Texas gulf coast is going to be your vacation spot, choosing where exactly to stay can seem like a daunting task. From the fascinating museums of Galveston to the beaches of South Padre Island, this area offers something for everyone.
Recent Changes at Paradise Pond
(Port Aransas, TX) â€“ The Chamber of Commerce and the City of Port Aransas are aware of the removal of the Brazilian Peppertrees near the Joan & Scott Holt Paradise Pond. We are happy that so many longtime residents and visitors have enjoyed our little piece of paradise for many years.
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Red Tide Update as of September 28, 2015
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