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Lugano – 2014 Racing Calendar

Posted by on Jan 10, 2014 in Berger Stein, Cal Race Week, Catalina Island, King of the Hill, Long Beach Race Week, Mid Winters, Outlaw Regatta, Racing, Sailing, Southern California, Sunset Series, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Lugano – 2014 Racing Calendar

Racing Calendar  

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Berger Stein: Marina de Rey to Palos Verdes

Posted by on Mar 3, 2013 in Berger Stein, Racing, Sailing, Southern California | 1 comment

Berger Stein: Marina de Rey to Palos Verdes

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LBRW 2012

Posted by on Jun 25, 2012 in Long Beach Race Week, Racing, Sailing, Southern California | Comments Off on LBRW 2012

Long Beach Race Week 2012: 3 days of racing : Best boat everyday – First place overall! …   Congratulations Team...

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LBRW- June 24-26,2011

Posted by on Jun 28, 2011 in Long Beach Race Week, Racing, Sailing, Southern California | Comments Off on LBRW- June 24-26,2011

LBRW- June 24-26,2011

Long Beach Race Week was the fourth and final stop of the Inshore Series. The West Coast’s largest keelboat regatta with 15 classes and 148 boats racing for 3 days. And not to forget, we celebrated Vance birthday!! So same time next year? Mark your calendar for next year: Long Beach Race Week June 22-24, 2012! The bow team, hard at work! Happy Birthday Vance!

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Wednesday Nights and Catalina

Posted by on Jun 21, 2011 in Catalina Island, Drinking, Racing, Sailing, Southern California | Comments Off on Wednesday Nights and Catalina

Wednesday Nights and Catalina

The trip out to Catalina started out a bit worrisome, since winds were pretty light toward the start of the race. Jorge got everyone pumped about Argentinian meat for the BBQ, and he was not talking about himself, at least we hoped not. Nicole and Dimitri. Way to look all cheesy, guys… Things got infinitely better as we approached the finish, with winds picking up considerably. Elliott took that photo above, so I guess I should sort of give him credit for that, though I’m convinced he took it accidentally, and it was salvaged by my kick-ass editing skills. Chris was a...

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