29er North American Championship
Aug 13 - 17, 2017
Sears/Bemis/Smythe US Sailing Junior Championships
Aug 8 - 11, 2017
C420 US Nationals
Aug 8 - 10, 2017
INSA Junior Sabot Nationals
Aug 7 - 10, 2017
Results Trophy Winners
SDAYC Junior Sabot Nationals Ranking Regatta
Aug 4, 2017
ISAF Youth Match Race Worlds
Jul 31 - 5, 2017
29er World Championship
Jul 29 - 5, 2017

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SCYYRA Ullman/Frost 1/4
Sep 2 - 3, 2017
Alamitos Bay YC
Afterschool Sailing Begins
Sep 8, 2017
San Diego Yacht Club
Fall Gold Cup / SCYYRA Shadden Series 1/4
Sep 9 - 10, 2017
Newport Harbor YC
Junior Activities Committee Meeting
Sep 11, 2017
Board Room
C420 Pacifi Coast Championship / SCYYRA Perry Series 1/4
Sep 16 - 17, 2017
Cabrillo Beach YC
PCISA Cressy Singlehanded Qualifier
Sep 23 - 24, 2017
Junior Invitational / SCYYRA North 1/4
Sep 30 - 1, 2017
San Diego YC
Sea Scouts Koch Cup Qualifier
Oct 7, 2017
San Diego YC
SCYYRA Shadden Series 2/4
Oct 8, 2017
Cal YC
Junior Activities Committee Meeting
Oct 9, 2017
Board Room
SDAYC Singlehanded Luff-In #3
Oct 14, 2017
Mission Bay YC
PCISA 1/5 Sea Otter Regatta
Oct 14 - 15, 2017
Monterey Peninsula YC
SDAYC Doublehanded Luff-In #3
Oct 15, 2017
Mission Bay YC
Junior Invitational / SCYYRA North 1/4
Sep 30 - 1, 2017
San Diego YC
PCISA Girls Invitational
Oct 21 - 22, 2017
San Diego YC
Orange Bowl Regatta
Dec 26 - 30, 2017
Coral Reef YC, Miami
Open Orange Bowl
Dec 27 - 30, 2017
Coconut Grove YC, Miami
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Ian & Noah Nyenhuis Represent SDYC at 29er Worlds

By Ian & Noah Nyenhuis | August 15, 2017

A few weeks ago, we competed in the 29er World Championships at Alamitos Bay Yacht Club in Long Beach. The conditions were all over the place. We got everything from 20+ knots and large chop to days with only 3-5 knots and flat water.

During the Worlds, we had 3 days of qualifiers and 3 days of final races. In the qualifiers, we got one windy day where it got a little too much for us being the youngest and most likely the lightest team out there, so we had to head in early. The next two days, fortunately for us, were lighter with the wind not exceeding 10 knots. In those two days of lighter winds, we excelled and got a couple of top 20 finishes. With that we worked our way into the Silver fleet, which to us was a huge accomplishment.

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Amanda Majernik at the Leiter Cup & Ida Lewis Regattas

By Amanda Majernik | August 09, 2017

I would like to thank the SDYC Competition Fund for allowing me to go to two of the best regattas. Although I didn't do as well as I had hoped, these regattas were focused around another theme this year. We focused on the sailing sisterhood. Part of the reason why I love going to Ida Lewis and Leiter is because it is a group of girls. These are not just any girls, they are friends. With light racing and hot temperatures it was certainly an experience.

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Taisei Hatter Races at Laser Nationals on Lake Tahoe

By Taisei Hatter, Photo courtesy of Rebecca Hinden | August 03, 2017

The 2017 Laser Nationals was held in Lake Tahoe and was hosted by the Lake Tahoe Yacht Club in Tahoe City, CA. It is a place that is known to have very light and shifty wind. The regatta was 4 days long with 2 practice days. The first practice day was very windy, with winds anywhere from 12 to 22 knots. It was the complete opposite of the typical Lake Tahoe conditions that I had been hearing about. The next day was similar with a bit lighter winds at only around maximum 16 knots. After the practice days I felt prepared for a windy regatta.

The first day of the regatta had a lot less wind than the practice days.  The first race started with moderate breeze, and then a huge puff rolled down the right. The puff filled the course with wind, and I was luckily in it. I sailed well and passed a few more boats and ended that race in 7th place. The next race I sailed to the right on the first upwind and unfortunately the left was favored. I passed a few boats and ended up in about 24th place. The next race I sailed to the favored side. I sailed a poor reach and downwind and ended up in about 11th place.  After that day, I was somewhere around 10th because of everyone having a very inconsistent day.

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2017 INSA Sabot II Invitational Championship Video

By John Fretwell | July 27, 2017

On the water action at the 2017 U12 Sabot Championship, sailed at San Diego Yacht Club, with the top 25 sailors from the North and South qualifiers. Big thanks to Coach Cal Pedroli for the video work!

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Perfect Day for the 2017 Dutch Shoe Marathon

By Emily Willhoft, Photos courtesy of Cynthia Sinclair | July 24, 2017

SAN DIEGO (July 21, 2017) Over 150 junior and senior sailors took San Diego Bay on July 21, 2017 for the 48th Annual Dutch Shoe Marathon. A summer time favorite, these competitors completed the annual dinghy distance race from San Diego Yacht Club (SDYC) to Coronado Yacht Club all in a sabot sailboat.

The sky was perfectly sunny and temperatures were in the high 70s with lighter winds mostly around 6 knots when the fleets began, starting in La Playa at noon. From there, they traveled down San Diego Bay, traveling over 7 miles on the race course, ultimately finishing in Glorietta Bay. Most participants were between the ages of 8 and 15 with many adult sailors also participating in the senior division.

Marleigh Henehan from Mission Bay Yacht Club was leading most of the race in her yellow striped sabot. At 14 years old, this was only Marleigh’s second Dutch Shoe Marathon. “I raced it two years ago and I capsized during that race. Since then, I’ve moved up two fleets. The first time I did it I was in C1 and now I’m in C3. I’ve been going to sailing camp in Mission Bay every afternoon to practice.”

Marleigh triumphantly crossed the finish line first, sailing into the horns and cheers of the spectator boats. After crossing she pumped her first in the air and exclaimed, “Girls Rule!”

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Peter and Jack Joslin Represent SDYC at Us Sailing Youth Championships

By Jack Joslin | July 20, 2017

Recently, my brother Peter and I competed at the US Youth Championships in Corpus Christi, Texas.  We had earned an automatic acceptance, to this application only event, having finished 2nd in the 29er at the Open Orange Bowl Regatta last December.

John Pearce, US Sailing’s Youth Director was quoted “Youth Champs is the place to be. We have the top sailors in the country here, as well as US Sailing provided coaches who provide excellent instruction, tips and mentorship for these young sailors. This is a great place for sailors to up their skill level, challenge themselves and be exposed to a high level environment...”  

Peter and I were pleased to be the only SDYC representatives at this prestigious event, if we do not count all-star PRO Jeff Johnson. It was great to have him running things and he did an amazing job in difficult conditions, always setting a fair race track.

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