Delta Doo Dah Kicks Off Saturday

Is it just us or this year already flying by? It’s hard to believe, but the 11th annual Delta Doo Dah cruising rally will kick off this Saturday with a Delta cruising seminar at Richmond Yacht Club from 6 to 9:30 p.m. Breakout sessions will cover anchoring, destinations and the return trip to the Bay. There’ll be hors d’oeuvres compliments of RYC and a no-host bar (bring cash). Presenters will include veteran Delta cruiser Craig Perez of RYC, Doodette Christine Weaver and Tom Lueck from Stockton Sailing Club. Delta Rat Bill Wells from the Delta Chambers will join us. All experience levels are welcome, and we invite Delta vets to share tips collected from past Delta cruises. We’ll have time for Q&As and plenty of interaction. Admission is free, there’s plenty of free parking, and no RSVP is required.

Craig Perez
Craig Perez leads a breakout session about anchoring in the Delta.
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Of course, we’ll be giving away a lot of door prizes, but you must be officially registered in this year’s Doo Dah to be eligible to win. Our generous prize sponsors have really stepped it up this year.

We’ll be drawing names to win the following:

Door prize drawing
To win door prizes, you must sign up for the Delta Doo Dah.
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Handouts at the seminar will include:

We’ll have official Delta Doo Dah 11 burgees and long-sleeve cotton shirts available to purchase, plus clearance sale items from previous years. (Cash is quickest.)

Sun shower
Craig and Ann Perez share their tips and tools that make life in the Delta a breeze.
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If you haven’t already registered, you can sign up here — it’s quick, easy and free. We hope to see you at the Kickoff, and we’ll post updates about other official events and invitations from Delta hosts soon.

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