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Author Topic: Crimea ...Ports of Sevastopol and Balaklava open to foreigners..  (Read 127 times)

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It was suggested to me that I should /  could race to and from Sochi to Balaklava by yachtie mates...But, on checking...it was a no..no..  Security reasons..

Now,  yachties from non CIS nations are welcome....

The Sochi and Balaklava clubs are trying to organise a race.

IF they can get their act together it will be in June... That clashes with a regatta event in the White Sea, I wanted to do...But that is still in a place closed to non CIS .../ visa nationals...