• St Francis Yacht Club

    Alcatel J/70 World Championship 2016 – Primo giorno di regate

    by  • 28 September 2016 • 2016, j/70, Monotipi, san francisco, St Francis Yacht Club

    San Francisco, 27 settembre 2016 – San Francisco nella prima giornata dell’Alcatel J/70 World Championship ha visto il campo di regata posizionato tra Alcatraz e Treasure Island battuto da un forte vento proveniente dal quarto quadrante. Le raffiche oltre i 25 nodi hanno permesso lo svolgimento di due prove decisamente impegnative per attrezzature ed equipaggi,

    Rolex Big Boat Series concludes

    by  • 30 September 2013 • Barby MacGowan, Beecom, BustinLoose, Daniel Forster, Daniel Thielman, Double Trouble, Inshore, Isao Mita, Jeff Pulford, Jim Swartz, multihulls, One Designs, Peter Krueger, Resolute, Sportsboats, St Francis Yacht Club, Swiftsure, Sy Kleinman, Tai Kuai, Terry Hutchinson, Tim Fuller, Tony Pohl, Twisted, United States, US Regattas, Vesper

    Just as the America’s Cup finals did for two weeks before it, the Rolex Big Boat Series - St Francis Yacht Club’s top regatta - took over San Francisco Bay for four days of spirited racread more

    Yamaha claims Bridge to Bridge

    by  • 14 September 2013 • 18ft skiff, Alex Vallings, American Youth Sailing Force, Andrew Archibald, Andrew Hay, ASCC, Ben Clothier, Ben Gladwell, Brad Collins, C-Tech, Chad Freitas, Chris Burgess, Chris Kitchen, Christian Meisner, Christophe Favreau, Cooper Dressler, CST Composites, CT Sailbattens, Dan Roberts, David McDiarmid, Dinghy, DRisk, Emma Shaw, Euro Link, Fineline, Flemming Clausen, Friedrich Renner, Geoff England, Glenn Raphael, Graham Catley, Grant Rollerson, Hayden Whitburn, Howard Hamlin, Ian Andrews, James Beck, James Clappier, Jarrod Simpson, Jesper Broendum, Jody McCormack, John Little, John V Gilmour IV, Jono Spurdle, Josh MacCormack, Katie Love, Kez Cameron, Lake Wanaka, Line7 marine, Maersk Line, magic marine, Mark Overington, Matt Coutts, Matt Noble, Matt Randell, Matthew Steven, Michael McCarthy, Mikey Radziejowski, Murray England, Nick Catley, Nick Murray, Nick Press, Niclas Düring, Norbert Peter, Original Chia, Pat Diola, Patrick Lewis, Paul Allen, Paul Gliddon, Pistol Nicholson, Rich Roberts, Riley Dean, Sam Caslin, Sam Marshall, Skiffs and Asymmetrics, Skip McCormack, Sparkle Motion, St Francis Yacht Club, Stephen Jones, Stewart Mears, Stoke Beer, Team Taughannock Aviation, The black dog, Thomas Ebler, Thomas Eggersdorfer, Tim Snedden, Tom Peet, Tommy Pastalka, Tristan Hutt, United States, White Lightening, Yamaha, Yandoo

    Following winds of 20+ knots gusting to 25 blew New Zealand's David McDiarmid down the Ronstan Bridge to Bridge course Thursday evening and into a clear first place over countryman Alex Vallings inread more

    Boat speed more than brains

    by  • 12 September 2013 • 18ft skiff, Alex Vallings, American Youth Sailing Force, Andrew Archibald, Andrew Hay, ASCC, Ben Clothier, Ben Gladwell, Brad Collins, C-Tech, Chad Freitas, Chris Burgess, Chris Kitchen, Christian Meisner, Christophe Favreau, Cooper Dressler, CST Composites, CT Sailbattens, Dan Roberts, David McDiarmid, DRisk, Emma Shaw, Euro Link, Fineline, Flemming Clausen, Friedrich Renner, Geoff England, Glenn Raphael, Graham Catley, Grant Rollerson, Hayden Whitburn, Howard Hamlin, Ian Andrews, Inshore, James Beck, James Clappier, Jarrod Simpson, Jesper Broendum, Jody McCormack, John Little, John V Gilmour IV, Jono Spurdle, Josh MacCormack, Katie Love, Kez Cameron, Lake Wanaka, Line7 marine, Maersk Line, magic marine, Mark Overington, Matt Coutts, Matt Noble, Matt Randell, Matthew Steven, Michael McCarthy, Mikey Radziejowski, Murray England, Nick Catley, Nick Murray, Nick Press, Niclas Düring, Norbert Peter, Original Chia, Pat Diola, Patrick Lewis, Paul Allen, Paul Gliddon, Pistol Nicholson, Rich Roberts, Riley Dean, Sam Caslin, Sam Marshall, Skiffs and Asymmetrics, Skip McCormack, Sparkle Motion, St Francis Yacht Club, Stephen Jones, Stewart Mears, Stoke Beer, Team Taughannock Aviation, The black dog, Thomas Ebler, Thomas Eggersdorfer, Tim Snedden, Tom Peet, Tommy Pastalka, Tristan Hutt, United States, White Lightening, Yamaha, Yandoo

    Just when sailors think they've figured out how to race on San Francisco Bay, they get a day when "you use boat speed more than brains."read more

    C-Tech ahead

    by  • 10 September 2013 • 18ft skiff, Alex Vallings, American Youth Sailing Force, Andrew Archibald, Andrew Hay, ASCC, Ben Clothier, Ben Gladwell, Brad Collins, C-Tech, Chad Freitas, Chris Burgess, Chris Kitchen, Christian Meisner, Cooper Dressler, CST Composites, CT Sailbattens, Dan Roberts, David McDiarmid, Dinghy, DRisk, Emma Shaw, Euro Link, Fineline, Flemming Clausen, Friedrich Renner, Geoff England, Glenn Raphael, Graham Catley, Grant Rollerson, Hayden Whitburn, Howard Hamlin, Ian Andrews, James Beck, James Clappier, Jarrod Simpson, Jesper Broendum, Jody McCormack, John Little, John V Gilmour IV, Jono Spurdle, Josh MacCormack, Katie Love, Kez Cameron, Lake Wanaka, Line7 marine, Maersk Line, magic marine, Mark Overington, Matt Coutts, Matt Noble, Matt Randell, Matthew Steven, Michael McCarthy, Mikey Radziejowski, Murray England, Nick Catley, Nick Murray, Nick Press, Niclas Düring, Norbert Peter, Original Chia, Pat Diola, Patrick Lewis, Paul Allen, Paul Gliddon, Pistol Nicholson, Rich Roberts, Riley Dean, Sam Caslin, Sam Marshall, Skiffs and Asymmetrics, Skip McCormack, Sparkle Motion, St Francis Yacht Club, Stephen Jones, Stewart Mears, Stoke Beer, Team Taughannock Aviation, The black dog, Thomas Ebler, Thomas Eggersdorfer, Tim Snedden, Tom Peet, Tommy Pastalka, Tristan Hutt, United States, White Lightening, Yamaha, Yandoo

    The first rule of sailboat racing is "read the Sailing Instructions," because the boring details will tell important little things like don't just sail from upwind to downwind but go throread more