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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...

The 2016 Pac Cup – Mountains, Holes and Mogul

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 east of...

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...

July 27 Update - Mirador's in, let the p

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...

June 26 Update

As Pacific Cup racers have enjoyed their hot showers and gotten their land legs again, they are posting photos and videos on social media. Wondering what it’s like to cross the Pacific on the Ker 56...

July 25 Update – Sun is Shining at KYC!

After a day of heavy rain, the skies are clearing. Boats that anchored out to safety to avoid potential damage from Tropical Storm Darby will be returning to the docks today. Last night, a thunder...

July 23, 24 Update

Eleven more boats finished on July 23, and three on the morning of July 24, and bringing their crew and their war stories to Kaneohe Yacht Club. Depsite the sometimes squally conditions at the dock,...

July 23 Update - Wet, Windy and Wild

Kaneohe Bay, HI, Saturday, July 23, 2016 – Windy, wet, wild. The skippers and crew who crossed the finish line Friday, July 22, in the 2016 Pacific Cup race all gave similar reports of intense...

Watching Darby

We've been providing updated weather information to the fleet as we receive it and are continuing to monitor conditions closely. The good news is that with each forecast, Darby's strength over the...

July 22, 2014 Update

Kaneohe Bay, HI, Friday, July 22, 2016 – In a year when strong winds made for record crossing times, the double handed team of Mark English and Ian Rogers on the Moore 24 Mas! ...

July 21 Update: Tropical Depression Darby

We're watching tropical depression Darby which has not dissipated as originally projected t and is now forecast to cross the track of the fleet, potentially becoming an issue for those boats at the...

Rio 100 Sets New Pacific Cup Fastest Passage Record

Kaneohe Bay, HI, July 20, 2016 – Strong winds propelled Manouch Moshayedi’s super maxi Rio 100 across the Pacific to set a new Pacific Cup Fastest Passage record....

First Arrivals Today! Will There be a New Record? (corrected)

As the boats approach Hawaii, the winds may lighten a bit, adding to the tension about whether Rio 100 will break the 12-year Fastest Passage record set by Mari Cha IV of 5 days, 5 hours, 38 minutes...

The Tracker is Live

California Condor was the first boat to cross 200 mile to finish mark, triggering the live coverage of the race tracker -- no more 6 hour delay. Rio 100 is currently only five miles behind, as should...

The Rich Get Richer

The wind this year has favored the front of the fleet, with today’s leaders seeing about 4 kts more than those in the back of the fleet. The wind direction is allowing front-runners to point straight...

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