Sarasota Sailing Squadron Will Have To Wait

According to the information, the Sarasota Sailing Squadron will have to wait and wait could be until next year. As per the situation around, it seems that the club will be able to host the 72nd Sarasota Labor Day Regatta next year only. This edition of the event got canceled because of the lingering red tide. This tide is associated with the bacteria levels present in the Sarasota Bay. The first edition of race held in the 1940s, it is the largest and oldest and regional regatta of Florida and Southeast.

Craig Bridges, the manager of the Sarasota Sailing Squadron said “Before deciding to cancel the event, we held out as long as we could. It was only one of those things. Even in the case that the tides would have got cleared up by that time, the sailors would have experienced poor conditions. And we don’t want people should leave Sarasota with bad memories.”