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            Macau Rallies

Given that the available marina berths in Macau is now limited, COA is planning to organise

3 Macau Rallies in 2024 for different batches of COA member boats so that more COA member boats can enjoy joining the traditional Hong Kong to Macau Rallies.  

COA will organize a total of 3 Hong Kong-Macau Rallies in 2024 and details will be as follows:

  

1. Chinese New Year Macau Rally (10 - 12 February 2024) Now Accepting Entries!

2. 2024 HKSAR Macau Rally (29 June - 1 July 2024)

      Click to www.bit.ly/2024-COA-Macau-Rallies and submit your intention registration; or

      Email secretary@coahk.org / call us at (852) 6888-0707 for details.

3. 2024 Autumn Macau Rally (11 - 13 October 2024)

      Click to www.bit.ly/2024-COA-Macau-Rallies and submit your intention registration; or

      Email secretary@coahk.org / call us at (852) 6888-0707 for details.

​      Early Registration to Get your Ticket to the Rallies

  • Pre-registration to the upcoming Macau Race is also overwhelming and overbooked. 

  • Due to limited berths in Macau, we regret that some of the registered boats may not have space in the race.

  • Though we welcome all non-member boats to join the rallies, first priority will be given to member boat.

       Click to www.bit.ly/2024-COA-Macau-Rallies and submit your intention registration; or

       Email secretary@coahk.org / call us at (852) 6888-0707 for details.

​       Traditional Macau Race during the CNY Holiday Period

  • Race to Macau on the first holiday day

  • Lay day to enjoy staying in Macau on the second day

  • Race back to Hong Kong on the third day

  • Expect to experience North to North East wind and cold weather 

 

       During a Long Weekend in June or July / HKSAR Macau Rally

  • Normally  either the HKSAR Day or Dragon Boat Festival Holiday Period

  • Race to Macau on the first holiday day

  • Lay day to enjoy staying in Macau on the second day

  • Race back to Hong Kong on the third day

  • Expect to experience South West Wind and hot / warm weather

       During a Long Weekend in October / Autumn Macau Rally

  • Normally either the National Day / Mid Autumn Festival / Chung Yeung Holiday Period

  • Race to Macau on the first holiday day

  • Lay day to enjoy staying in Macau on the second day

  • Race back to Hong Kong on the third day

  • Expect to experience East or North East Wind in cool weather

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