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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26.Jul.2018

With the arrivals of Defiance, Edge of Moonlight, and Hokulani last night, we're down to just a few on the "To Be Welcomed" list.  Taking a look at the tracker, we see that the end of the fleet (Angelique, Surya, and Knot Behaving) are still 160-260 miles out and travelling at a leisurely six knots, plus or minus.  Expect another day before we see them.

Waiting for the last few...

26.Jul.2018

With the arrivals of Defiance, Edge of Moonlight, and Hokulani last night, we're down to just a few on the "To Be Welcomed" list.  Taking a look at the tracker, we see that the end of the fleet (Angelique, Surya, and Knot Behaving) are still 160-260 miles out and travelling at a leisurely six knots, plus or minus.  Expect another day before we see them.

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24.Jul.2018

Tuesday morning at the Pacific Cup has been full of action with the first three boats in the ultra-competitive Alaska Airlines C division crossing the finish line within two hours of one another. Getting the party started was Dean Treadway’s classic Farr 36 Sweet Okole, who came in lit up under reaching sails as the breeze shifted south of east and left them very headed.

July 24 race report

24.Jul.2018

Tuesday morning at the Pacific Cup has been full of action with the first three boats in the ultra-competitive Alaska Airlines C division crossing the finish line within two hours of one another. Getting the party started was Dean Treadway’s classic Farr 36 Sweet Okole, who came in lit up under reaching sails as the breeze shifted south of east and left them very headed.

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