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    A nice head start can help you get ahead of the masses in 2012!



    Yep, 2011 is fading fast and coming up fast is 2012! To help you get a jump start with
    your planning and making excuses, we will give you a slight leg up on the the year to come!





    The StFYC has produced their 2012 racing schedule, and while it's packed as usual, it's not over the top like the last two seasons with multiple World Championships

    STFYC Prelim 2012





    Across the Bay, the SFYC is also quite busy, and has added a Melges 20 reagtta, and 18' Skiff Regatta, two US Sailing events, the Melges 24 Nationals and the 505 North Americans to their quiver!

    2012 SFYC Prelim Schedule





    And above and below, The YRA, while not yet ready to produce the entire 2012 schedule have neatly packaged the various YRA circuits in to tidy packages to make shopping easy, fast and convient!


    YRA SIGN UP LINKY








    The RYC' sched is not quite ready for prime time, but what they do have posted which might be of interest to the masses:

    Big Daddy March 10th

    Big Daddy April 15

    Delta Ditch June 2nd

    SC27 Nats June 29-31

    Multihull Reagtta Sept 22-23

    Express 27 Nats Sept 29-30

    Got a schedule for your YC or Class you wanna share?
    Pressure-drop.us ~It's not the size of the website, it's how you use it! ~

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    And to add the biggest race in the area SSS Three Bridge Fiasco on Jan 28th http://sfbaysss.org/
    http://jetstreamracing.blogspot.com/
    http://www.facebook.com/JS9045

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    • #3
      Alameda Interclub Series:

      1. 4/14 (South Bay)
      2. 5/12 (Central Bay)
      3. 6/09 (Central bay Long Course)
      4. 7/14 (South Bay)
      5. 8/11 (South Bay)
      6. 9/08 (South Bay)

      -Voodoo

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      • #4
        Looks like YRA has modified the minimum length and ballast requirement.

        4. ELIGIBILITY
        These races are open to:
        a. Any monohull of a design that has examples in the Northern California PHRF database, and/or at least 19 feet LOA
        with at least 400 lb solid ballast

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        • #5
          http://www.latitude38.com/eBooks/2012/YRA2012.pdf

          YRA master calendar is up

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Tom Mc View Post
            Looks like YRA has modified the minimum length and ballast requirement.

            4. ELIGIBILITY
            These races are open to:
            a. Any monohull of a design that has examples in the Northern California PHRF database, and/or at least 19 feet LOA
            with at least 400 lb solid ballast
            I think you mean SSS - not YRA - right? We pulled those numbers out of the PHRF guidelines. We're going to allow boats to do one race without a cert, but we want to be sure they're boats that could get a cert.
            Max - SSS

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