VanIsle 360 lands on North Island

The Van Isle 360 will be landing in Telegraph Cove, Port Hardy and Winter Harbour June 8 to 10.

The Van Isle 360 International Yacht Race will be landing in Telegraph Cove, Port Hardy and Winter Harbour June 8 to 10.

The finish for leg 5 of the race will be at Telegraph Cove Resort on June 8. There will be an awards ceremony on the dock, with great opportunities for spectator viewing. The Whale Interpretive Centre is conveniently located on the boardwalk for anyone interested.

Leg 6 of the race will finish in Hardy Bay off the Government dock in downtown Port Hardy on June 9. Awards will be presented in Carrot Park at the head of the dock. A BBQ organized by the local Kinsmen will be available in the park.

Boats will continue to Winter Harbour on June 10. The awards ceremony will take place near the old school house, with a BBQ arranged by the people of Winter Harbour and Holberg.

Spectators are encouraged to come out and watch. For more information, see


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