With one race to spare, SDYC's Bil Hardesty has won his second Etchells World Championship in 4 years, with a dominating performance over the highly skilled 94 boat fleet competing in Newport, RI out of New York Yacht Club.
Wyn Adams and Ryan Poole, participants in the SDYC Sea Scouts program are competing against 72 of the world’s top Sea Scout sailors at Long Beach Yacht Club, June 22-28 for the rights to claim the William I. Koch International Sea Scout Cup.
In support of the San Diego Yacht Club Junior Sailing Program, the Juniors administer an annual Chair Back Fundraising Campaign. During the campaign, boat owners can purchase chair backs embroidered with the name of their boat.
The Snipe Western Hemisphere and Orient (WH&O) Championship Regatta will be held in sunny San Diego this fall, hosted by San Diego Yacht Club, Sept 5 - 12, 2014. SDYC is honored to host the competition, which has been contested biannually since 1950.
When I walk into the SDYC lobby I am stunned by the beauty and craftsmanship embodied in the Lipton Cup. Looking closely, you can find a record of 110 years of competition including the names of the yachts which have won.
On June 14-15, SDYC will be hosting the second of two events in the Area Group GHJL Qualifier Series, where the fastest fleet will advance further along to the ultimate goal of competing in the U.S. Match Racing Championship.
The 52nd annual Star Rollins Bowl was held at SDYC on the weekend of May 31/June1. We had a small but strong fleet of ten enthusiastic Star sailors including two former world champions. Several teams came in from out of town, rolling in Saturday morning towing their Star boats.
There were two finalists for the prestigious Marlow Ropes College Sailor of the Year award: Nevin Snow (San Diego, Calif.), a sophomore at Georgetown University and Graham Landy (Norfolk, Va.), a junior at Yale University.