Lucky 13 is the number of our new donated boat SOLO. Thanks to Peter Risser and Mars Le Baron we were able to get SOLO in the water a few hours before the start of The Shaw 'no wind" Classic race. The plan is to use SOLO to give the team some spinnaker experience. ... See MoreSee Less
Last night's results. Mars and Nicki took the win again from Per and Conrad. We also had two new race winners, in Jason and Arvid in a 3 way tie for third (we don't do tie breakers here…) with Alaina and Melanie - well done!
Tuesday August 5th is our last night of summer sailing. Come down and cheer on your favorite crew. All are invited up for Pot Luck at Sam and Lowell's after racing, bring your own food to grill. ... See MoreSee Less
Sailing classes are offered cooperatively between San Juan Sailing Foundation and Island Rec. Sailing is an activity that can be pursued and enjoyed for a lifetime. These classes are designed to be a progressive series, beginning with the Introduction or Basic class, and progressing to Intermediate.
The first week's sailing classes at Percich Pond are almost over and we wanted to remind you that there is a picnic and BBQ at the end of each week's classes:
On each Friday, at the end of the week’s sailing classes, the San Juan Sailing Foundation will sponsor a picnic and BBQ at the sailing class site. This is a great opportunity for your young sailors to show off new skills and take the family sailing.
We will have the BBQ going by 5:30, so bring something to grill, your own place settings, and a dish to share.
Remember to bring LIFE JACKETS for everyone who wishes to be on the dock or get into a boat and sail! ... See MoreSee Less
Another fun evening's racing on Tuesday, we had 10 boats out and a light wind but warm and clear evening. We managed to get in two races before the wind died and the fleet headed for the pot luck dinner. Well done to Uma for winning the evening! ... See MoreSee Less
Just a couple more pictures from our first Tuesday evening summer racing program. It was a real success with about 14 sailors showing up and a perfect evening of clear blue skies and 10-14kts of breeze. If you are interested in taking part in some low key, rapid fire, short races on Tuesday evening's, let us know - this is open to anyone interested in sailing on the island. (3 photos) ... See MoreSee Less
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