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  • 2014 Pacific Cup Results - Corrected - July 24, 2014

    --07/24/2014 (Press Release)
    Kaneohe Bay, HI, Thursday, July 24, 2010 – Winning an ocean race like the Pacific Cup requires skill, but also some luck. Unlike many previous years where a boat performance was key, this year was more of a chess match, with luck and weather analysis making a big difference. Everyone in the fleet sailed south of the rhumb line for the first third of the race, but those who remained south suffered severely. ... more ...
  • Return tracking page activated

    --07/24/2014 (Article)
    With new horizons to challenge and more races to run, a few of our boats have already headed back to the mainland, though they will be well-represented and feted at our events. The return trip tracking page can be found here.The tracker rental page is here. ... more ...
  • Wednesday, July 23, 2014 Update

    --07/24/2014 (Article)
    Seven more boats have finished since yesterday’s report. Rapture, cruiser Gregory Newman’s Caliber 40LRC Sloop-Cutter, arrived shortly before midnight on Tuesday. And with the arrival of Monika Maajewska’s Seacraft 37, Knopkierre, at dawn, all boats in the Holo Holo division are now at KYC exchanging stories of adventure, fishing, and even taking a dip in the water during doldrum days in the Pacific high. ... more ...
  • July 22, 2014 Update

    --07/23/2014 (Article)
    It’s been a busy day (and night) at the finish line of the 2014 Pacific Cup race now that the wind has filled in again. ... more ...
  • Pacific Cup Press Release - Sailing for a Cause

    --07/23/2014 (Article)
    For Immediate Release Winning isn't EverythingKaneohe Bay, HI, July 22, 2014 – Winning an ocean race feels great, but three boats – Mirage, Thirsty, and Free Bowl of Soup – are competing in the 2014 Pacific Cup race from San Francisco Bay to Hawaii with a goal more rewarding than just coming in ahead of the other competitors. ... more ...
  • Late Monday, July 21, 2014 Update

    --07/22/2014 (Article)
    A steady stream of finishers from all divisions has been arriving at Kaneohe Yacht Club since Sunday’s late afternoon update. ... more ...
  • July 20, 2014 -- Update

    --07/20/2014 (Article)
    We've just received word that Dean Treadway's Sweet Okole, a Farr 36, has deployed her emergency rudder and is making progress toward Kaneohe at about 5 knots. They have approximately 150 nm to go to the finish. We don't have any other information except that everyone on board the boat is fine.In other news, Surprise, Bob and Maryann Hinden's Schumacher 46, has finished. It looked like they were having a great time surfing in on the large waves created by  last night's storm.  ... more ...
  • July 20, 2014 -- Finish Update

    --07/20/2014 (Article)
    Reinrag2, Locura J World's Hula Girl, California Condor, Hana Ho, Swazik Finish! ... more ...
  • Saturday – July 19th Update

    --07/19/2014 (Article)
    Caro, Scarlett Runner, Pyewacket, and Hamachi Finish!Three more boats in the Latitude 38 Division have finished -- as well as Hamachi, the first finisher in the Sonnen BMW division. ... more ...
  • Venture -- First Boat to Finish in the Cruising Class

    --07/18/2014 (Article)
    Venture, Michael Chobotov's Jeanneau 49, is the first boat to finish in the Holo Holo Cruising Division. Their track indicates that they sailed a great race, and word from the boat is that they flew their spinnaker as much as possible. They certainly looked good as they crossed the finish line. We think they should consider entering one of the racing divisions in 2016! ... more ...

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