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Board Meeting - 12/19/16
Board Meeting - 01/16/17
Board Meeting - 02/20/17
Board Meeting - 03/20/17
Board Meeting - 04/17/17
Board Meeting - 05/15/17
Board Meeting - 06/19/17
Board Meeting - 07/17/17
Board Meeting - 08/21/17
Board Meeting - 09/18/17
Board Meeting - 10/16/17
Board Meeting - 11/20/17
Board Meeting - 12/18/17
Board Meeting - 01/15/18
Board Meeting - 02/19/18
Board Meeting - 03/19/18
Board Meeting - 04/16/18
Board Meeting - 05/21/18
Board Meeting - 06/18/18
Coyote from the air, by Stuart Hopper

July 9, 2018, will see the first starts for the 2018 Pacific Cup. This will be the 20th running of our classic race from San Francisco to Oahu.

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Coyote from the air, by Stuart Hopper

2018 Race Date Set

July 9, 2018, will see the first starts for the 2018 Pacific Cup. This will be the 20th running of our classic race from San Francisco to Oahu.The Pac Cup Board considered several possible weeks for...

2018 Officers and Board elected at Annual Meeting

The PCYC has elected its slate of officers and directors for the 2018 race cycle. Elections took place at the Annual Meeting October 17, 7:30, at Richmond Yacht Club.  Supporters of the race are...

2016 Pacific Cup - Final Results and Trophies

Kaneohe, HI, Saturday, July 30, 2016 – The 2016 Pacific Cup will be remembered for the big wind and seas that challenged some racers with broken boats and bodies, but pushed many in the fleet to...

Darby: To Reroute or Not to Reroute?

If any 2016 Pacific Cup racers have kids, it’s unlikely they’ll name them Darby. The position of the Pacific High made for a fast passage for boats on the front of the fleet, but Darby wreaked havoc...

The 2016 Pac Cup – Mountains, Holes and Moguls - by Jim Quancy

This year’s Pac Cup was wind, wind and more wind. Getting out of Dodge that first day, the missing light wind ridge, north and south – there was good wind everywhere. The strong high north...

July 27 Update - Mirador's in, let the parties begin!

Aloha, Mirador! The Antrim 27 finished this morning at 9:38 a.m. marking the fleet’s longest passage. Skipper Eric Devaney and his son Will faced a number of challenges that extended their time at...

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