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Regatta InformationEdit

What is a Regatta?Edit

A Regatta is a race consisting of members whose goal is to complete tasks to sail your co-op's yacht further, and gain points along the way to earn chests for rewards.

How often are Regattas?Edit

  • Once a week. Regattas begin every Tuesday @ 8 AM UTC (3 AM EST / 1 AM PST /. 6/7 PM AUS). On Windows Phone platform regattas begin every Thursday.
  • Regattas last for 6 days and end the following Monday @ 8 AM UTC (3 AM EST / 1 AM PST/ 6/7 PM AUS). On Windows Phone platform regattas end on Wednesday.
  • You are given 24 hours on Monday to view results, collect rewards and prepare for the next Regatta.

How do I join a Regatta?Edit

  • Join any co-op that is 'Open' or 'By Request' before Regatta starts.
  • If a Regatta has started you will not be able to participate, and have to wait up to a week.
  • Note: Join a Co-op around your level because tasks available will be based on the average co-op level.

How do I participate in a Regatta?Edit

  • Participating in Regatta is checked by default.
  • To opt out of Regatta you must uncheck the "participate in regatta" box in the Additional Settings. (Recheck the box if you want to race in next Regatta.) 
  • Racing statuses update instantly, so you know in advance which members are racing next Regatta.

Leaving or opting out of a RegattaEdit

  • If a player opts out during a race it will only affect their racing status for the next Regatta.
  • If players leave during a Regatta race while their status was 'racing' your co-op will not lose any points.
  • However, if the player(s) left before finishing all tasks it will put your co-op at a disadvantage.
  • All of the points for tasks they weren't able to start or finish are impossible to recover.
  • Points from players who are kicked will remain, but all their rewards will be forfeit.

What if no members are racing in the Regatta?
If all members in the co-op opt out of the race your co-op will be demoted at the end of the Regatta week.

Regatta TasksEdit

1 Regatta Tasks

Task PointsEdit

Plan well, take your time and try to complete tasks worth the most points over the 6 days of Regatta.

  • Each task is worth 'x' amount of points ranging from 73 (Minimum) to 135 (Maximum) points.

Example: Wooden League

  • There are 7 tasks available in Wooden League.
  • The max amount of points you're able to get is 135 x 7 tasks = 945 points.
  • You can buy 1 extra task for 10 cash which brings the total points to 1080 for 1 member.

Task InformationEdit

Any member ranked elder, co-leader, or leader in the co-op is able to delete tasks. All 12 tasks on the board are shared by everyone in the co-op racing that week. Any task that is started or deleted by a member will refresh randomly after 30 minutes. Tasks are randomly generated, each with a set probability of appearing depending on the length of the task. Tasks that have a lower level requirement, and take less time have less probability of appearing in higher leagues. For example the probabilities of plane and train tasks increase in higher leagues, while farming, heli-orders, and feeding tasks decrease.

  • Tip: Setting a range like 125-135 point tasks for everyone to aim for is a good strategy.
  • Tip: Have everyone check the task board and delete low point tasks when they appear.
  • Tip: Deleting low point tasks quickly is key to get a good start when everyone needs a task.

Do not start a task then dump it.
Be careful as you will lose the task and the points, which will cost your co-op in higher leagues.

  • Near the end of the race members with tasks leftover doing difficult tasks should dump them.
  • This can allow them to finish the remainder doing easier or shorter tasks.

Deleting vs. Dumping

  • Deleting means removing a task from the board without taking it. These tasks don't count towards the number of tasks you are allowed to do (i.e. 7 in Wooden League, 15 in Gold League). The trash can for deleting is blue.
  • Dumping means starting a task and then giving up. These tasks count towards the number of tasks you are allowed to do. Effectively dumping loses your co-op points since you have one task less, just like failing a task. The trash can for dumping is red.

Reserving TasksEdit

Leaders and co-leaders can restrict who is allowed to reserve tasks in the co-op options: nobody, everybody, elders and (co-)leaders or (co-)leaders only. You can reserve one task on the board at a time by tapping the button in the task description next to the start button. This will feature an exclamation mark on the task icon for everyone else in the co-op to see.

  • You can start working on tasks you've reserved any time you want - you don't have to start with them.
  • Once you've reserved a task, you can still pick any other one, including tasks that have been reserved by other co-op members.
  • You can reserve a different task by canceling the first one. You can cancel reservations whenever you want.

Types of Tasks and TipsEdit

Township Series- Regatta Strategies

Township Series- Regatta Strategies

Difficulty Rating: [★] = Least Time to [★★★★★] = Most Time

Using boosters is optional, though it's recommended in order to complete some tasks much faster.

Complete # orders at the Zoo [★★★★]
Example: Complete 8 orders at the Zoo

  • Time: 4m to 1d 18h.
  • Always check if you have necessary materials to complete orders
  • Start producing the required goods at factories before picking a task
  • Buy goods at the City Market if available
  • Ask for Help, before you pick the task. That may help you complete the task faster.
  • Always pick the task, when you have all 8 Orders at the Zoo Order Board
  • Buying many market boxes to have more purchasable goods helps to fill orders faster.
  • Booster: The Vibrant Market booster will reduce market refresh times by 50% for faster order filling.

Bring # island goods from an island. [★★★]
Example: Bring 23 grapes from Olivia Isle.

  • Time: 1s to 18h. Max Upgrades: 1s to 9h.
  • Instant (4 ships, x3 goods): Olives (12), coconuts (10), and shrimps (8).
  • Reducing the time for ships to return at the Academy of Industry will help to complete this task faster.
  • Increasing probabilities for 2nd goods like Olives also helps when not using ingots.
  • Have all 4 boats ready in advance with items you need to bring from the islands.
  • Sending off ships with ingots you can get 3 of all goods, and finish a task like coconuts in 1 trip.
  • You can send 1 ship for watermelons and 3 ships for fish/shrimp to prepare for 3 tasks at once.

Collect # of animal produce. [★★★★]
Example: Collect 55 eggs.

  • Time: 4h to 14h. Booster: 2h to 7h.
  • Prepare/buy feed ahead of time and save some in the barn.
  • Have eggs or any animals produce ready to be collected in advance.
  • Booster: The Advanced Farming booster also helps to complete this task faster.

Excavate # units of ore in the mine. [★]
Example: Excavate 58 units of ore in the mine.

  • Time: 5m to 20m. Missing Tools: 2h to end of Regatta.
  • Save mining tools from trains. At least 75-100 pickaxes and 20-40 dynamite and TNT.
  • You can mine in advance and leave a bunch of ores to collect after starting the task.
  • Booster: The See the Light booster will help you use your tools in the most efficient way by showing you the location of ore.

Feed # farm animals. [★★]
Example: Feed 125 farm animals.

  • Time: 1h to 4h. Booster: 1h to 2h. (76-80 animals to start then 18 cows x3)
  • Feed cows as soon as possible and prepare/buy some feed in advance.
  • Buy extra farm animals/buildings if available and feed all animals including ducks.
  • Use banana bread to feed the ducks for the fastest feeding.
  • Milkshakes, Cupcakes, Gingerbread and Bacon & Eggs are a good way of using up all the animal products.

Fill # Helicopter Orders. [★★]
Example: Fill 25 helicopter orders.

  • Time: 5m to 1h. (30m to refresh an order, 9 orders max).
  • Dump difficult orders and keep a bunch of easy ones to get a good head start.
  • A good time to start is when your barn is full and market refreshes soon.
  • Right after sending a heli go to Ernie's town and back to have the heli return faster.
  • Buying many market boxes to have more purchasable goods helps to fill orders faster.
  • Booster: The Generous Customer booster will double your coins earned while completing this task.
  • Booster: The Vibrant Market booster will reduce market refresh times by 50% for faster order filling.

Harvest # crop(s) fields. [★★★★★]
Example: Harvest 144 rubber tree fields.

  • Time: 10m to 30h. Booster: 5m to 15h. (116 fields max. 5 max wheat fields to 1 max silk field).
  • You can plant a few fields of crops you may need later, but most fields should be the tasks crops.
  • Plant all the crops in advance for the task you're planning to take that's on the board or not.
  • You do not need to hold the crops in your barn. Sell, help, or make Regatta products with extras.
  • Booster: The Super Harvest booster is very helpful for these tasks to finish in time.

Play # times at the House of Luck. [★]
Example: Play 6 times at the House of Luck.

  • Time: 12s. Missing Clovers: 15s to end of Regatta.
  • Save 30+ clovers at all times.
  • You can save up to 100 in the Town Hall and 50 in the House of Luck.

Produce and collect # units of factory products. [★★★★]
Example: Produce and collect 10 units of strawberry jam.

  • Time: 1s to 5h. (Any 8 amount task to 18 bagels).
  • Instant (8 Shelves): Wallpaper, cheesecake, chili sauce, table, tyrolean hats, sneakers, modeling clay, warm boots, rice noodle, floor lamp, and frypan
  • Make sure to have and/or prepare all the ingredients beforehand.
  • You can prepare items to sit on shelves ahead of time, but have to wait for the right task.
  • Booster: The High-Speed Production booster for factories is useful to help complete this task.

Send # fully loaded airplanes. [★★★★★]
Example: Send 4 fully loaded planes.

  • Time: 15h to 20h. (3 or 4 planes).
  • Have 1 plane fully loaded and ready to take off, so you'll be 1 step ahead to send off another 3.

Send # trains. [★★★★]
Example: Send 11 trains.

  • Time: 16h to 20h. Max Upgrades: 8h30m to 10h. (Max train time: 5h. Upgraded 50%: 2h7m).
  • Reducing the time for all 3 trains at the Academy of Industry will help to complete this task faster.
  • Have 3 trains waiting in the station to be sent off, so there's only 8 left to finish the task.

Regatta CompetitionEdit

Your co-op is competing against other co-ops who have the same number of members racing.

  • You complete tasks to advance to chests that open after the race is over.
  • Note: Co-ops may have more members, and if they do count the # of members who are actually racing.
  • The # of members racing should be the same for all co-ops unless someone was blocked or kicked/left.
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Competition Ranks and RewardsEdit

The ranks are determined by two factors: total points and time spent. The co-op with higher total points will have higher ranks. When the total points are equal, the team finishing first will have a higher rank. Dumping tasks has no effect on the race results position of the co-op. It only affects the global leader board.

Faster than the wind

  • 3 Co-ops in the top 3.
  • Co-ops are promoted to the next league.
  • Rewards: 3 Treasure Chests (Better rewards for higher positions).

Steady Progress

  • 4-12 Co-ops in the middle.
  • Co-ops stay in the same league.
  • Rewards: Coin Purse (More coins for higher positions).


  • 3 Co-ops at the bottom.
  • Co-ops are demoted a league.
  • Rewards: Nothing.

Regatta LeaguesEdit

Leagues show the progress your co-op is making in regattas, and there are five of them to spice up the competition between co-ops. Co-ops compete in leagues. Based on regatta results, your co-op can be promoted or demoted between leagues according to the competition information above.

3 Regatta Leagues

Regatta Task & Point CalculatorEdit

Please use this link - to use the updated calculator. Please note that this is a downloadable Excel file with protected content.

Types of Leagues (30 Member Co-ops)Edit

Wooden League - 7 Tasks + 1 Extra Task, 5 Rewards
Total Tasks (No Tcash): 7 Tasks x 30 Members = 210 Tasks
Total Tasks (+Tcash): 8 Tasks x 30 Members = 240 Tasks
Total Points (No Tcash & Max Points): 945 Points x 30 Members = 28350 Points
Total Points (+Tcash & Max Points): 1080 Points x 30 Members = 32400 Points

Copper League - 9 Tasks + 1 Extra Task, 6 Rewards
Total Tasks (No Tcash): 9 Tasks x 30 Members = 270 Tasks
Total Tasks (+Tcash): 10 Tasks x 30 Members = 300 Tasks
Total Points (No Tcash & Max Points): 1215 Points x 30 Members = 36450 Points
Total Points (+Tcash & Max Points): 1350 Points x 30 Members = 40500 Points

Steel League - 11 Tasks + 1 Extra Task, 7 Rewards
Total Tasks (No Tcash): 11 Tasks x 30 Members = 330 Tasks
Total Tasks (+Tcash): 12 Tasks x 30 Members = 360 Tasks
Total Points (No Tcash & Max Points): 1485 Points x 30 Members = 44550 Points
Total Points (+Tcash & Max Points): 1620 Points x 30 Members = 48600 Points

Silver League - 13 Tasks + 1 Extra Task, 8 Rewards
Total Tasks (No Tcash): 13 Tasks x 30 Members = 390 Tasks
Total Tasks (+Tcash): 14 Tasks x 30 Members = 420 Tasks
Total Points (No Tcash & Max Points): 1755 Points x 30 Members = 52650 Points
Total Points (+Tcash & Max Points): 1890 Points x 30 Members = 56700 Points

Golden League - 15 Tasks + 1 Extra Task, 9 Rewards
Total Tasks (No Tcash): 15 Tasks x 30 Members = 450 Tasks
Total Tasks (+Tcash): 16 Tasks x 30 Members = 480 Tasks
Total Points (No Tcash & Max Points): 2025 Points x 30 Members = 60750 Points
Total Points (+Tcash & Max Points): 2160 Points x 30 Members = 64800 Points

Golden League LeaderboardEdit

After your first Golden League race your co-op joins the leaderboard with the average points you earned that week plus bonus points minus dumping penalty. The scores of your two best races of the season are added for your global leaderboard score. Improve your co-op performance with each new race within the regatta season to move up the leaderboard.

  • The leaderboard is updated on a weekly basis during each regatta season.
  • This is where the most active and top performing co-ops in the world are displayed.
  • Ranks are based on the best two performances within the season.

Golden League Leaderboard CalculationsEdit

Your weekly co-op results are calculated using 4 factors: AMS + PB + SB - PDT.

  • Example: AMS(2160) + PB(50) + SB(75) - PDT(33.33) = Golden Leaderboard Score
  • Result = 2251.67 points for your co-op towards the Golden Leaderboard that week.

AMS = Average Member Score
Calculated by dividing the points your co-op earns in a regatta by the number of participating members.

  • Example: 64,800 Total Co-op Points / 30 Members = 2160 average member score.

PB = Position Bonus
Bonus points for your co-op's regatta position. The better your finish, the more bonus points you get.

Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10-15th
Points 50 38 30 25 20 15 10 6 3 0

SB = Size Bonus
Bonus points awarded for the number of members racing in the regatta.

  • 30 member co-ops with everyone participating gets the maximum bonus.
Members 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20
Points 100 91 83 75 67 59 52 46 40 35 31
Members 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
Points 27 23 19 16 13 10 7 4 2 0

PDT = Penalty for Dumped Tasks - Only applies to the Golden League*
Amount of tasks dumped by your co-op during regatta divided by the number of participating members.

  • Example: 1000 Tasks Dumped / 30 Members = 33.33 point penalty for dumped tasks.

Golden League Leaderboard Rating
Monthly results change accordingly with the new regattas held every week.

  • This gives low-performing co-ops an opportunity to improve and climb the leaderboard rankings.
  • If your co-op is demoted to a lower league, your Golden Leaderboard record gets reset!

Regatta Seasons & Yacht ClubEdit

Information can be found on the Regatta Seasons page, and Yacht Club page for decorations as well.

Regatta RewardsEdit

All rewards including Position Bonuses, and Buoy Rewards can be found on the Regatta Rewards page.
You can help contribute by editing/updating the table with rewards you've received from Regattas.

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