Spend the longest day the Swedish way, racing on the Bay.
Skipper’s meeting 9am in the courtyard of the NW Maritime Center
First race starts at 11am.
4 or 5 short course windward/ leeward races.
Dock party and awards ceremony on the end of A/B dock […]
Ed Barcott signals that PACEMAKER is #1, and in a recent race it certainly was.
Sailboat racing comes in all shapes and sizes. For some folks only Windward/Leeward courses, mark boats and a scored series will do. For others, the camaraderie of deciding the course with Rob at the picnic table followed by a […]
Nobody sailing around here can say the wind is predictable, especially this time of the year. Friday was even stranger than usual. At noon it was blowing 25 – 30 mph from the South, but by the time for setting up a race course it had dropped to where there were patches of wind to […]
Here we go again, last series of the year, The Fall Nightcap Series, starts Sunday at 12 o’clock noon. This Sunday will be a boat start, somewhere on the Bay. Head out of the marina, look for the committee boat and the pin, go there, have fun.
The days are getting shorter. Better have some […]
The final race was probably the best of the Cat’s Paw series. Warm sunshine and a good breeze. Twelve boats came out to enjoy the evening, T-birds outnumbering PHRF two to one.
Lots of racing, lots of dock party fun.
We’ve been having some problems with the Crew Listings so until we straighten it out we’ll just put them up as a post. Here’s an opportunity to get a ride on a very sweetly restored IOR Half Ton for this Saturday’s Shipwright’s Regatta.
Skipper Looking For Crew form has been submitted on Port Townsend Sailing […]
During this years Summer Cat’s Paw series I was on the city dock helping David Burroughs with race committee duty, and set up my camera to do videos of the finishes. Sure wished the wind was better, as these videos would have been a bit more interesting, but here is the links to five short […]
Cats Paw race on Friday at 6:00 p.m.
Wooden Boat Series race on Saturday at noon.
Sounds like fun.