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Sail the Bay for Memorial Day, and Sailagram

One great thing about being a sailor on San Francisco Bay is that you don’t have to spend your Memorial Day weekend battling traffic and TSA lines to get away. Like tacking for clear air, you can drive toward the Bay to get away from it all. Sure, it’s supposed to be gray, but you probably own lots of fleece, so why not use it? If you plan to be in, on or around the water this weekend, we want to remind you to send some shots of your smiling crew for our monthly Sailagram. Sunny smiles will brighten any cloudy day. A sampling of photos from our April Sailagram appears below. Send in your May photos to [email protected] by Tuesday to make it into the May Sailagram pages.

Ultimate 20 Sherry Sybertz
We were waiting for the wind to fill on Sunday at the Ultimate 20 Pacific Coast Championships (hosted by MPYC). Sailing on PEABODY are Mark Gibbs, Donna Womble, and Sherry Sybertz (selfie).
© 2023 Sherry Sybertz
Open 5.70 racing at the Sequoia Yacht Club
Time to check the course for Open 5.70 racing at the Sequoia Yacht Club.
© 2023 David Chamberlain
Erin Quinn and Roderick Treece
Erin Quinn and Roderick Treece are in the sun on the Sea of Cortez with their Catalina 22 Minnie.
© 2023 Roderick Treece
On April 29 the SV Bella Luna, an Islander 36, reveled in the breeze south of Richmond-San Rafael Bridge at 1400 with winds NE 18-22.
© 2023 Robert DaPrato
Kristen Soetebier sent this photo in to [email protected] from Island Yacht Club’s Linda Newland Regatta.
© 2023 Kristen Soetebier
Michael Bernt
It’s not far away. Michael Berndt sent in this smiling photo of sailing on the Bay.
© 2023 Michael Bernt
Michael Bernt
More smiles on San Francisco Bay from Michael Bernt.
© 2023 Michael Bernt

For a low carbon footprint weekend, stay close to home and go sailing. If you head out tomorrow morning, you can watch the start of the Master Mariners Regatta off the St. Francis Yacht Club, starting at noon. California Offshore Race Week also starts tomorrow with the Spinnaker Cup to Monterey — the first warning gun is off the St. Francis Yacht Club at 10:25.

See you on the water!

1 Comment

  1. Mike 6 days ago

    Berndt, thank you.

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