20.Jan.2019

The 40th Anniversary Edition of the Pacific Cup, the FUN race to Hawaii will see the first fleet starting Monday, June 29, 2020. Starting in front of the iconic Saint Francis Yacht Club, successive divisions of boats will head out the gate from June 29 through July 3, all proceeding 2070 miles to beautiful Kanoehe Bay.

First Starts to be June 29, 2020

20.Jan.2019

The 40th Anniversary Edition of the Pacific Cup, the FUN race to Hawaii will see the first fleet starting Monday, June 29, 2020. Starting in front of the iconic Saint Francis Yacht Club, successive divisions of boats will head out the gate from June 29 through July 3, all proceeding 2070 miles to beautiful Kanoehe Bay.

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26.Nov.2018

Safety. It's our top priority. We're presenting the first course of our 2020 race cycle April 13 or 14 (your choice), 2019 at Encinal Yacht Club.  The "International Safety at Sea with Hands-On" course meets Pac Cup and many other race requirements.

International Offshore Safety at Sea Course offered in April

26.Nov.2018

Safety. It's our top priority. We're presenting the first course of our 2020 race cycle April 13 or 14 (your choice), 2019 at Encinal Yacht Club.  The "International Safety at Sea with Hands-On" course meets Pac Cup and many other race requirements.

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17.Sep.2018

The membership votes are in, and have confirmed the uncontested nominations of the board for the 2020 Pacific Cup, the FUN race to Hawaii. 

2020 Board Elected

17.Sep.2018

The membership votes are in, and have confirmed the uncontested nominations of the board for the 2020 Pacific Cup, the FUN race to Hawaii. 

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27.Jul.2018

With the Mount Gay Rum party in our wake and just three boats left on the race course, Pacific Cup 2018 is very quickly drawing to a close. The award ceremony is tonight and almost on cue, the most “pro” of all the programs, Pyewacket, left before the awards, with the Yellowbrick tracker showing the Andrews 70 already headed back to California.

It's all about the hardware. Awards are tonight!

27.Jul.2018

With the Mount Gay Rum party in our wake and just three boats left on the race course, Pacific Cup 2018 is very quickly drawing to a close. The award ceremony is tonight and almost on cue, the most “pro” of all the programs, Pyewacket, left before the awards, with the Yellowbrick tracker showing the Andrews 70 already headed back to California.

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