PCISA Girls Invitational
Oct 21 - 22, 2017
PCISA Keelboat Qualifier
Oct 21, 2017
SDAYC Doublehanded Luff-In #3
Oct 15, 2017
PCISA 1/5 Sea Otter Regatta
Oct 14 - 15, 2017
Gold Silver
SDAYC Singlehanded Luff-In #3
Oct 14, 2017
SCYYRA Shadden Series 2/4
Oct 8, 2017
Sea Scouts Koch Cup Qualifier
Oct 7, 2017

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SCYYRA Hamlin Series 1/4
Oct 28, 2017
Alamitos Bay YC
Snipe Carolyn Nute Memorial Regatta
Oct 28 - 29, 2017
Mission Bay YC
PCISA SoCal #2
Nov 4, 2017
Bahia Corinthian YC
Junion Commodore's Regatta / SCYYRA North Series 2/4 / SDAYC Laser Champs
Nov 4 - 5, 2017
Mission Bay YC
PCISA 2/5 Anteater Regatta
Nov 11 - 12, 2017
Newport Harbor YC
La Playa Fall Series #2
Nov 12, 2017
San Diego YC
Junior Activities Committee Meeting
Nov 13, 2017
Board Room
Turkey Day Regatta / SCYYRA Ullman/Frost Series 2/4 / SCYYRA Hamlin Series 2/4
Nov 18 - 19, 2017
Alamitos Bay YC
Junior Trophy Dinner
Dec 1, 2017
Club Room
SCYYRA Winter Clinic
Dec 2 - 3, 2017
US Sailing Center, Long Beach
SCYYRA Perry Series 2/4
Dec 9 - 10, 2017
Coronado YC
PCISA SoCal #3
Dec 10, 2017
Mission Bay YC
US Sailing Level I Small Boat Instructor Course
Dec 16 - 17, 2017
San Diego YC
US Sailing Level I Small Boat Instructor Course
Dec 16 - 17, 2017
San Diego YC
US Sailing Level I Small Boat Instructor Course
Dec 22 - 23, 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
Baker HS Team Race Championship
May 26 - 27, 2018
San Diego YC

SDYC to Host Largest PCISA Girls Invitational Yet

By Emily Willhoft | October 19, 2017

San Diego Yacht Club will host the Pacific Coast Interscholastic Sailing Association's (PCISA) Girls Invitational from October 21-22, 2017. This regatta is an all-girls event that draws high school teams from all across the country to participate. There will be 21 teams participating in the 2017 running of the event, with 15 of those teams traveling to San Diego from out of town.

The only one of its kind in the country, the Girls Invitational was first held in the spring of 2010. Race organizers held it again in October 2010, and it has been held in the fall every year since. This event was founded by SDYC member and former College All-American Sailor for the United States Naval Academy, Mary Brigden Snow.

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Snow / Agnese 2020 Campaign Update

By Nevin Snow | October 11, 2017

For the past two weeks, we've been training at Oakcliff in Long Island, NY. During this focussed time in the 49er, we've had the chance to practice by ourselves, practice with other 49er Olympic hopefuls, and compete. We've sailed two regattas since being here and have performed well. You can find results here. 

Looking forward into the next few weeks, we'll be doing a bit of training in Southern California and Miami in October, followed by a month long training trip to Australia in November. We're really excited for the opportunity to travel to Australia, where we'll be spending time in Sydney and Melbourne training and competing. Keep reading to see how you can help support us in the coming weeks.

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Taisei Hatter Sailing Laser at CORK

By Taisei Hatter | September 21, 2017

This August I sailed three regattas in a row in Kingston, Ontario. The three regattas being: Laser Canadian Championships, CORK Internationals, and CORK Olympic Classes Regatta. The Olympic Classes Regatta was the longest with 5 days of racing, but had the smallest radial fleet with only 6 boats. The second largest regatta was the Laser Canadian Championships with about 68 boats and 3 days of racing. Finally, the largest regatta was the CORK Internationals with a total of 135 boats. To get to the regatta we drove 40 hours across the United States, and when we got there we were greeted by an attractive city next to the water. The launch site was a beautiful place with Queen’s College right beside it.

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Jack Joslin Makes Gold Fleet and 33rd Overall at 29er Worlds

By Jack Joslin | September 12, 2017

The 2017 Zhik 29er World Championships were held very close to home this year in Long Beach.  Alamitos Bay Yacht Club hosted sailors from 16 countries and 130 boats gathered on the beach.  Close to the event, I was presented with an opportunity to sail with a girl from New Zealand named Greta Stewart.

After getting all of the last minute logistics organized in order to sail with Greta, the boat measured in and we were ready to go for the event. Greta arrived the night of the Opening Ceremony and just before the first day of racing. Greta and I had the chance to sail for for just a bit inside the harbor that evening.

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Jack Egan & Jack Plavan 2nd at Bemis Championship in C420

By Jack Egan | September 12, 2017

On August 7th, Jack Plavan and I had the opportunity to travel to Toms River, New Jersey to compete in Bemis, the U.S Sailing Junior Doublehanded Championship. To get to this point, Jack and I had to get top two in the Area Qualifier, the Junior Olympics hosted by San Diego Yacht Club in July. We were able to place second after the three day event and we were excited to be on our way to New Jersey.

This was our first time going to this regatta and we were very excited for the unique aspects of this race. What makes this regatta unique is that everyone is provided a new C420 charter for the week, evening out the playing field. Also, since this was an event you have to qualify for, they limit the registration to only twenty teams. When we arrived, we quickly learned that we were the SoCal kids that the East coast kids had not seen before, but they knew that we came from a great program and had great sailors compete in this event from our yacht club before. Although seeing other sailors in their “Opti National Team” jackets was intimidating, we were confident in the training we had done at home.

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Jack Reiter 11th at C420 Nationals

By Jack Reiter | September 12, 2017

The 2017 C420 National Championship was hosted by Wianno YC all the way out in Cape Cod. For the first time in a while, this event was to be the last event in the Triple Crown and the last regatta of the summer. Knowing that all of the top people could be tired after two weeks of nonstop sailing helped our mindset before the event.

On August 8th, my mom and I flew out of San Diego to Boston Logan and met up with my crew Tanner. We then drove 1 hour and a half to a little town on the Cape called Barnstable. I have previously been to this part of the Cape to visit my brother who has taught sailing there for the past two years. We got to our hotel late into the night and were able to fall asleep peacefully. The next day we drove twenty minutes to Wianno YC and set up our charter boat as well as a small practice built in.

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