We had about as beautiful a weekend as one could hope for in the middle of November for sailing on San Francisco Bay. Saturday provided good breezes.
Santa Cruz Yacht Club's Jack and Jill Regatta has grown, with enthusiastic participation and multiple divisions: Spinnaker, Jib and Main, Families, and Double Date.
We went from an unhealthy air situation on the Bay on Friday to a glorious 10- to 12-knot westerly with crisp blue skies and sparkling water.
We have some good news for yacht racers: Yes, there will be midwinters this year. We'll get to those in a moment, but, first…
The days are getting shorter, but that isn't stopping Richmond Yacht Club from running their Wednesday night beer can series for an extra month.
Folkboats have been racing on the Bay since 1958. This weekend, they revived a singlehanded regatta the class has not held for a decade.
As detailed in Monday's 'Lectronic, the YRA and Vallejo Yacht Club canceled the 2020 Great Vallejo Race. But that doesn't mean there's no racing. Au contraire!
The chairman of Vallejo Yacht Club's board of directors, called us last week. "The city has us closed down. We can't welcome people right now."
With normal summer and fall racing suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Corinthian Yacht Club designed a new Fall Series.
On September 11-13, poor air quality forced the postponement or cancellation of races. So the 2020 Santa Cruz 27 National Championship in Santa Cruz was welcome news — and not only because the regatta actually happened.
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