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Home: Categories: General: Races - Sailboats: United States: California
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  • Baja Ha-Ha Cruisers Rally
    Sailing San Diego to Cabo San Lucas. The event begins every year at the end of October. Nearly 2,500 boats have done the event so far, with roughly 9,000 participants aboard. The distance is Approximately 750 miles with two stops along the way. The goals of the Ha-Ha are simple: for everyone to get to Cabo safely while enjoying some great sailing and making countless new friends. The event is open to all boats over 27 feet that were designed, built and have been maintained for open ocean sailing.
    http://www.Baja-Haha.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • California Offshore Race Week
    New for this year, the California Offshore Race Week featured the combined forces of five yacht clubs along the California coast to produce a week-long schedule of races in a tour covering almost 600 miles of the California Coast line.
    http://www.offshoreraceweek.com/
    (Added: Fri Nov 04 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Congressional Cup
    Top ranked skippers from around the world compete in the Congressional Cup in Long Beach, California. This is one of the most prestigious Match Racing events in the world. The Congressional Cup is internationally known as the "Ladder to America's Cup" and many America's skippers have sailed this event in the past.
    http://www.thecongressionalcup.com/
    (Added: Mon Apr 23 2012) - Report this link as bad!
  • Long Beach Race Week
    Join us for 3 days of racing on the beautiful waters of Long Beach and the unique nightlife which Belmont Shore's 2nd Street offers. Buoy racing for One Design, PHRF and ORCA fleets on three racing circles. Long Beach, California
    http://www.lbrw.org/
    (Added: Sat Mar 01 2008) - Report this link as bad!
  • Newport to Ensenada International Yacht Race
    Organized by the Newport Ocean Sailing Association. 125-mile race from Newport Beach, California to Ensenada, Mexico. The Newport Ocean Sailing Association (NOSA) was founded in 1947 and has grown to become the organizer of many of Southern California's traditional boat races. The organization has a rich history of race sponsorship under the stewardship of its presidents and committees.
    http://newporttoensenada.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Pacific Cup | The FUN Race to Hawaii
    West Marine Pacific Cup - 2070 miles from San Francisco Bay to Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, Hawaii. The "FUN Race to Hawaii" runs every even year from San Francisco to Hawaii. Started in 1980, the race has been enjoyed by thousands of racers sailing well over a million miles in total. Before the race, participants will attend safety and preparation seminars and social events including the very popular Bon Voyage party.
    https://www.pacificcup.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • SEA San Diego
    Sailing Events Association (SEA) – San Diego is a local, non-profit whose mission is to bring exciting, high-profile sailing events to San Diego for the benefit of our community. SEA San Diego has taken the lead in coordinating the efforts of the San Diego Unified Port District, the City of San Diego and many public and business entities to bring the 2011 RC-44 sailing series and the America's Cup World Series to San Diego. We're excited to partner with Extreme Sailing – San Diego to bring the incredible adrenaline rush of the Extreme Sailing to San Diego Bay. San Diego, California
    http://www.sea-sandiego.org/
    (Added: Fri Dec 02 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Singlehanded Sailing Society
    The Singlehanded Sailing Society provides a forum where sailors and others interested in the sport of singlehanded sailing can share their ideas and experiences. It is the intent of the SSS to make it possible for such sailors to compete in seaworthy sailing vessels of various types and designs on a fair and equitable basis. The Society organizes seven regular annual races in and around the San Francisco Bay. In addition to the races organized by the Society, each year the SSS sponsors lectures and educational seminars to promote safe shorthanded racing and cruising, and to help prepare interested skippers for the challenge of the long distance races sponsored by the Society.
    http://www.sfbaysss.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Transpacific Yacht Club
    The Transpacific Yacht Club (TPYC) is responsible for organizing the world renowned Transpacific Yacht Race ("the Transpac") from Los Angeles to Honolulu. TPYC was officially organized in 1928, and incorporated in 1937. Membership in the Club is open to all sailors who have completed an ocean race held by the Club between two points on the Pacific Ocean not less than 2000 miles. Over 600 sailors from around the globe are currently Transpac members. Starting off Point Fermin at the southern edge of Los Angeles, the challenging race course takes competitors through a myriad of unforeseen conditions: from the cold, wet northeastern Pacific, through doldrums, enormous seas, abundant squalls and scorching heat, to the blustery tradewinds of the Molokai Channel near the finish. After a long and grueling voyage across a lonely expanse of ocean, the racers arrive to the warm “Aloha” greeting promised by the King; honored to this day by scores of island volunteers, visitors, media and supporters. The TPYC and its members look forward to hosting "the world's best ocean race" for another century. Long Beach, California
    http://www.transpacyc.com/
    (Added: Tue Nov 19 2013) - Report this link as bad!
  • Vallarta Race
    Originally created in 1953 by Commodore Ken Baker in partnership with the Club de Yates de Acapulco, this race was sailed from San Diego to Acapulco; a 1430 nautical mile course that yachts of the era took up to 14 days to complete. In 1998, SDYC was asked by a group of Vallarta yachtsmen if we’d consider finishing our race in their waters and the finish was moved to beautiful Banderas Bay. The popularity and draw of the present Vallarta Race comes from many things: the challenging course, great competition, reliable spring winds, a full moon for the race and a finish in the warm waters of Banderas Bay. San Diego Yacht Club, San Diego, California
    http://pvrace.com/
    (Added: Fri Nov 04 2016) - Report this link as bad!
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