Updated info for the 2011 event can be found on the multihull.ca
multihull.ca web site.
We are having a debate on the course right now but in any event it will be fantastic.
The difference between this and the Tybee is that this event is more geared to having fun. Still a serious race but the legs are shorter, 30-50 miles and its not open ocean. You will still have time to relax at the end of the day, have some beer, and get some sleep. We move all the gear around so you don't need a shore crew. Its very friendly for people who are club F18 racers.
Also the venue is really fantastic. If you have ever sailed at CORK you know what to expect. Its also fresh warm water, probably about 70-72 degrees f.
If you have never done a distance race it is different than around the marks. It focusses more on boat speed, reading the bends in the wind as it goes around land, thermals etc than about getting the kite up and down fast.