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Paul Dorsey's new-to-the-Bay Soto 30 Gentoo and Dan Alvarez's JS9000 JetStream on the windy day of the Great Pumpkin Regatta (Saturday). ©2014

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South Bay Championship
There were three delays until the first warning horn sounded. Given the light winds, taking advantage of the continuing ebb current was an important strategy in… Read on…

BYC Oktoberfest/YRA Champs
It almost didn’t happen. There was so little breeze for such a long period of time… Read on…

SSS Vallejo 1-2
Saturday morning offered promise for last weekend’s SSS Vallejo 1-2 Race. Halyards were clanking, Windexes were pointing, and the morning’s dew had already dried by 8:00 when I… Read on…

Two for the Ladies
South Beach Yacht Club's Red Bra Regatta, an all-women race, was scheduled to start at 1300 hours. The race committee postponed the start, and the wind died while the ebb built… Read on…

Islander 36 Nationals
The weather was clear, and a gorgeous sunrise greeted me. With the dead calm, there was much grumbling and reviewing of weather forecasts hoping for… Read on…

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Coming Up

You know what comes next: Midwinters… November starts this weekend, and with it the Golden Gate Yacht Club Midwinters in San Francisco and Sequoia YC's Winter Series in Redwood City on Saturday. Sausalito YC's Midwinter Series kicks this Sunday.

On Saturday, Tiburon YC will run the Red Rock Regatta on the North Bay, and Half Moon Bay YC hosts the Last Gasp of Summer. On Sunday, Island YC in Alameda will host the Jack & Jill + 1, a female skipper, triplehanded race on the of the Estuary. The race committee promises "flat water, devilish currents, and winds as predictable as a cat’s affection."

Remember to 'fall back' one hour on Sunday morning, November 2.

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