Hobie Cats, PWCs race, and Spring Break is on the horizon.
McCulloch Cup – Hobie Cat Regatta, March 23
What’s a Hobie Cat? Glad you asked. It’s a small sailing catamaran manufactured by the Hobie Cat Company. Competitors travel from across the Western U.S. for this regional mid-winter sailing event, which is the first event of the 2019 Hobie Division 2 regatta schedule. Spectators are welcome to watch from the water or the beach as colorful sailboats race on the blue waters of Lake Havasu. Sponsored by Lake Havasu Hobie Fleet 88 and the Lake Havasu Yacht Club. Admission: $3 for spectators. Lake Havasu State Park, Windsor 4, 171 London Bridge Rd.
JetJam Racing – Personal Watercraft (PWC), March 30
During JetJam, watch for who gets the ‘hole shot,” who is riding the best, and who is moving up from behind. Spectators can line the beach at Nautical Beachfront Resort to watch world champions compete for top speed and hard-earned glory, while amateur riders hit the proving ground to test their abilities. Admission is free to spectators. Nautical Beachfront Resort, 1000 N. McCulloch Blvd.
A Word About Spring Break
Of course, if spring break is your thing, Lake Havasu has you covered with a dedicated website with hotel packages, a handy guide to local activities and the best beaches, and lists of where to rent water toys like cabana and houseboats, personal watercraft and kayaks.
About Lake Havasu City
Lake Havasu City is located on the Colorado River in western Arizona and attracts 835,000 visitors per year with its London Bridge, pristine lake, friendly community, abundance of sunshine, and ideal weather. The region is also host to extensive off-road trails and undeveloped stretches of river.