No, this is not an April Fools joke. (But you can play one on someone there!) Race around Mercer Island (usually counter-clockwise).
Pursuit race (reverse start). This race is a ton of fun. Get your name on the perpetual trophy. Just ask Dave Wilder how!
10 a.m. Registration
11 a.m. Skipper’s meeting
Noon First start
4/8-9 dates for PSSR. Sail out in current and salt water. Good breeze this time of year. Party at the yacht club with a view of the Olympics.
Hobie 101: Learn the basics of rigging & sailing a Hobie Cat, with an emphasis on the Hobie 16 and Hobie Wave. Morning chalk talk followed by lunch and then on-the-water coaching in the afternoon. Taught by US Sailing-certified instructor. (Tim Webb w/ Kelly Havig)
Hobie 102: Learn advanced techniques for racing Hobie Cats from top Hobie Cat racers. Tactics. Strategy. Rigging tips. This course will offer tips and advice not commonly given in such an advanced seminar. Taught by national and world-level Hobie racers. (Peter Nelson & John Hoag)
Bring notebook and/or recorder to either/both.
Great venue with good breeze in a warm (hot?) location. This regatta is held in Charbonneau Park at the confluence of the Snake River and Columbia River. It is held behind the Ice Harbor Dam, so the water is flat, the breeze strong, and the speed on!!
Put on by MIles Moore and our friends in Spokane. For more information go to: http://funtosail.blogspot.com/p/cal.html
This regatta is run by CYC Seattle and includes a dinner party Saturday night. The winds and temperatures this time of year are usually both pretty good. Register early!
A great sailing venue in the heart of BC. Wide open water and a great facility make this event always a real winner.
Always a fun regatta with plenty of creativity. Team racing and puffy lake winds means anyone can win this regatta. Lots of laughs. Full grass shoreline with a great yacht club (and some awesome keg beer!). Free camping.
Website for registration (it helps the organizers to know who is coming): http://eycmultihulls.com/