GOF Mk 101 June 27 - July 2, 2017
There are two parts to the Registration process. Please make sure that you complete both parts.
NOTE: Please double check the GOF Mk 101 schedule page before you sign up. The activites for Thursday and Friday have changed.
Step 1. Make your hotel reservations. You must call the hotel and make your room reservations directly.
Old Orchard Inn
153 Greenwich Rd. South
Tel. (902) 542-5751 or toll free (800) 561-8090
NEMGTR group room rate per night includes taxes and continental buffet breakfast:
Single occupancy $152.00 Canadian (approx. $122.00 US)
Double occupancy $166.00 Canadian (approx. $133.00 US)
Cancellation policy: 100% refund prior to 72 hours before reservation date
Step 2. Fill in the GOF Registration form below with all of the pertinent information. Make sure that you complete the payment page correctly. You will receive a confirmation email for both the registration and payment. If you do not, please contact the Registrars' at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 2 (alternate). If you prefer to fill out a printed form and send it in by mail, click here. Please add if you are going to participate in the Rally and also the names you would like on the name badges.
Make sure to mail the form to the following address with your check or credit card payment. Make check payable to The New England MG T Register
2034 Tall Oak Drive
Lenoir, NC 28645-8450
Getting To The GOF
Bay Ferries provides two ways of getting to Nova Scotia by ferry. Check out the two options on their website, http://www.novascotia.com/about-nova-scotia/getting-here/sea/bay-ferries. Both vessels can accommodate trailers.
Take the ferry that runs from Portland, Maine leaving in the afternoon and takes approximately five and a half hours to get to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. As it arrives in Yarmouth in the late afternoon, we recommend overnighting there at the Rodd Grand Hotel (https://roddvacations.com/hotels/rodd-grand-yarmouth/. Then take the next day to leisurely drive to the Old Orchard Inn just outside Wolfville via Route 1 through the Acadian French shore and Annapolis Valley.
If you choose this option we recommend taking Route 9 from Bangor, Maine and using the new border crossing just before Calais, Maine. Then follow the Trans-Canada highway to Saint John, New Brunswick. At Saint John, take the Fundy Rose ferry to Digby, Nova Scotia. This is a conventional vessel, relatively new and with good onboard facilities and the crossing takes a little less than three hours. The drive to the Old Orchard Inn just outside Wolfville will take approximately another two and a half hours.
For those wishing to drive all the way we suggest using your GPS to select your route.
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