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Cork takes to the water

The village of Crosshaven and the surrounding areas are expected to receive a €6 million boost when thousands descend on the yachting venue from Saturday for the start of Cork Week 2010.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
3rd July, 2010

The village of Crosshaven and the surrounding areas are expected to receive a €6 million boost when thousands descend on the yachting venue from Saturday for the start of Cork Week 2010.

Some 250 boats with an estimated 2,000 crew members will arrive for the biennial regatta, organised by the Royal Cork Yacht Club, the oldest of its kind in the world.

‘‘It is the biggest regatta organised by an Irish yacht club and attracts a couple of...

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