Rolex Big Boat Series60
St. Francis Yacht Club's Rolex Big Boat Series had a full bucket: bone-chilling wind, the ubiquitous fog, drizzle, gusts and shifts, blowing mist, calms, sparkling sun, rainbows, puffy clouds, ebb chop and sea spray.
Delta Doo Dah Lucky 1366
How lucky are we? We're lucky to have the vast California Delta right out our back door. Lucky to have such a lightly populated playground so close to the crowded and hectic San Francisco Bay Area.
Baja Ha-Ha — Back to the Future72
The list of participants has only lengthened since we published the profiles of a few of the growing 2021 fleet of Baja Ha-Ha ralliers in our September issue. It's an impressive crowd of 190 boats planning to sail in company from San Diego to Cabo as the vast majority make the Ha-Ha a first step in a longer-term adventure.
College or Sailing to Hawaii?78
Bella Siegrist and Tyler Savage were completing high school and planning to attend college in Bend, Oregon, when suddenly, the world shut down due to COVID-19. The 19-year-old students had the option to attend online classes from their home in San Diego or to wait out the pandemic and find something else to do in the meantime.
Max Ebb — Spinnaker School82
The sound of splintering wood got my attention — but there wasn't enough wind for a hard docking on this calm and clear morning. Only a slight hint of a sea breeze, promising a cool afternoon that would keep the marina comfortable despite the high-temperature warnings posted for later in the day.
This edition we race to the North Bay with the YRA Great Vallejo Race and the Jazz Cup. Then we head to the Cityfront for the combo Santa Cruz 27 Nationals, Aldo Alessio and Phyllis Kleinman Swiftsure Cup. Offshore destinations include the Drake's Bay, Half Moon Bay and Avila Beach. The Mercury fleet races in Stillwater Cove and Keller Cove, and Sequoia YC's Midnight Moonlight rounds TI.
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September 12, 2021
SOCAL TEAM MEETINGS
Below is the information to join an online meeting for Southern California Area (Santa Barbara Area & South) High School Sailing Teams. Each Team should plan to have an Adult Advisor and/or Coach(es) attend this meeting (not more than two people per team). We will answer questions about the upcoming High School Sailing Season and help with any administrative issues.
PCISA SoCal Mtg Online
Tuesday, September 14 · 7:30 – 8:30pm
Google Meet joining info
Video call link: https://meet.google.com/wgn-wafd-edv
Or dial: (US) +1 617-675-4444 PIN: 919 809 908 9546#
More phone numbers: https://tel.meet/wgn-wafd-edv?pin=9198099089546
NORCAL TEAM MEETINGS
Below is the information to join an online meeting for Northern California Area (Moro Bay Area & North) High School Sailing Teams. Each Team should plan to have an Adult Advisor and/or Coach(es) attend this meeting (not more than two people per team). We will answer questions about the upcoming High School Sailing Season and help with any administrative issues.
PCISA NorCal Mtg Online
Wednesday, September 15 · 7:30 – 8:30pm
Google Meet joining info
Video call link: https://meet.google.com/fsw-ityc-vef
Or dial: (US) +1 617-675-4444 PIN: 513 288 103 1295#
More phone numbers: https://tel.meet/fsw-ityc-vef?pin=5132881031295
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On his way to a (theoretical and unofficial at this point) win in the Singlehanded Sailing Society's singlehanded division 2021 season, Chris Case drives his Wilderness 30 Fugu past Pillar Point in the Half Moon Bay Race on September 11. Click here for results.
June 20, 2021
On Friday, June 18, the 11 skippers, their supporters, and the volunteers from the Singlehanded Sailing Society gathered at Richmond Yacht Club the day before the big departure of the 21st solo race to Kauai. Read on…
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The Express 37 Nationals are underway this weekend (October 1-3) at Berkeley YC. The next (and final) race for the ocean set will be the OYRA Race Committee's Choice on October 9. South Beach YC will run their ninth Red Bra Regatta on October 16. The last race in the SSS season will be the Vallejo 1-2 on October 16-17.
The YRA is already planning for this winter and for the 2022 season. Here's what on their to-do list:
- A new four-race Doublehanded Midwinter Series starting in November of this year, with one Sunday race scheduled per month.
- A 150 mile Ocean Race, starting and finishing in San Francisco Bay, in early May. This race will be a great option for those Pacific Cup racers needing a 150-mile qualifying race.
- The Spring/Summer Shorthanded Sunday Series will be back, spanning April to September, with five races scheduled.
- The YRA Summer Series will be back with four Saturday race days, two races scheduled each day, for PHRF and One-Design Fleets.
- The nine-race day offshore OYRA Series.
- The popular Weekend Regattas:
- The Great Vallejo Race (back to its original spring weekend)
- The Westpoint Regatta
- The Encinal Regatta
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