Photos by Cynthia Sinclair


Thank you to our
2017 Race Sponsors!

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Year End Regatta
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curematch
Fall Regatta
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Sailing Anarchy
Winter is Coming Regatta
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West Side Tap
Presidents' Day Regatta
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Solare
March Madness Regatta
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Gerry Browne Regatta
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Opening Day Regatta
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Beer Cans
Beer Can Series
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Commodore's Cup
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Dennis Conner AROUND
the Coronados Race
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Halloween Regatta
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Mt Gay
Mt. Gay Rum - rum and hats!
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The NORTH SAILS Year End Regatta is December 9th
More information coming soon!

Cortez Racing Association and PHRF San Diego
Annual Holiday Party and Awards Dinner
Monday, December 11th at Portuguese Hall - 6:00 to 10:00 PM
2818 Avenida De Portugal, San Diego, CA 92106
THE PIRATES LAIR and SUNSAIL ARE RAFFLING OFF $5,000 IN GEAR PACKAGES!
DINNER PRICE - Register early and SAVE!
$25/per person if you register by Wednesday December 5th
$50/per person after that date
Bring a NEW UNWRAPPED TOY for Toys for Tots!
Purchase tickets online HERE

RULE 9 Reminder for all racing yachts:
(Failure to comply could jeopardize our ability to race in the bay)

Racing boats encountering non-racing craft shall conform USCG “Navigation Rules, International- Inland” (www.navcen.uscg.gov/). Be advised that no vessel has the “right-of-way” over a large ship in the deep-water channel. USCG Navigational Rule 9 will be strictly enforced. All competitors are asked to observe USCG Navigational Rule 9, which in part reads “A vessel shall not cross a narrow channel or fairway if such crossing impedes the passage of a vessel which can safely navigate only within such channel or fairway.” Further, USCG Navigational Rule 34, in part reads “…When vessels in sight of one another… doubt whether sufficient action is being taken by the other to avoid collision, the vessel in doubt shall immediately indicate such doubt by giving at least five short and rapid blasts on the (horn).” To keep from infringing this rule, do not cross the bow of any ship in the channel within two (2) of her ship lengths. Any boat participating in a CRA race that is identified in any complaint from a RC boat, the Coast Guard, Harbor Pilot or commercial vessel captain that has sounded 5 horns will be presumed to have infringed this instruction. RRS 60.2, 63.1 and A5 are modified to add that the R/C may disqualify a yacht infringing this instruction without a hearing. RRS 90.3 is modified to add that this disqualification shall not be excluded.