Rallies, Regattas, and Rendezvous

August is prime time for sailing with like-minded friends. Here is a list of several classes and owner's associations that are gathering (and racing) at the end of the summer.Alberg 30 (www.alberg30.org)Summer RendezvousPaula’s, Spa CreekAnnapolis, MDAugust 5thO’s Weekend, Inner Harbor
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August is prime time for sailing with like-minded friends. Here is a list of several classes and owner's associations that are gathering (and racing) at the end of the summer.

Alberg 30 (www.alberg30.org)

Summer Rendezvous

Paula’s, Spa Creek

Annapolis, MD

August 5th

O’s Weekend, Inner Harbor

Baltimore, MD

August 19th

Labor Day Weekend

Corsica R.

September 2-3

Queenstown Raftup

September 23-24

Canadian-American Friendship Weekend

September 29-30

Beneteau (www.beneteauusa.com)

August 11-13th

Catalina Island, CA

Contact: Barrett Canfield

Southwestern Yacht Sales/Sailboats Inc

2731 Shelter Island Dr.

San Diego, CA 92106

swbarrett@nethere.com

619-224-7784

August 18th-20th

Island Yacht Club

Contact: Mike Green

Anchor Yachts

#1 Port Street

Port Credit, Ontario L5G 4N1

anchoryachts@sprint.ca

(905) 891-0191

August 25-27th

Contact: David Willis

Willis Marine

17 Mill Dam Rd

Huntington, NY 11743

david@willismarine.com

631-421-3400

September 2-4th

Contact: Deborah Altermatt

Sailing Inc.

1602 Seward Hwy

Seward, AK 99664

sailinginc@alaska.com

907-224-3160

September 8-10th

Port Orchard, WA

Contact: Allan Johnson

Signature Yachts

2476 Westlake Avenue N.

Seattle, WA 98109

info@signature-yachts.com

206-284-9004

October 13-15th

Contact: Sue Smith

Passage Yachts

1220 Brickyard Cove Road STE 103

Pt. Richmond, CA 94801

passageyts@aol.com

510-236-2633

Cape Dory (capedory.org)

Cape Cop Bay Float-in

Duxbury & Provincetown, MA

August 4-6th

Maine Cruise

Casco Bay, ME

August 14-16th

Raritan Bay Float-in

Atlantic Highlands, NJ

September 29- October 1st

Richard Henry Dana Charity Regatta

Dana Point Yacht Club

Dana Point, CA

September 7 -10th

Grand River Hospice Cup

Grand River Sailing Club

Grand River, OH

August 24– 27th

24th Annual American Cancer Society Sailing Regatta

Mount Sinai Sailing Association

Long Island Sound

August 5th

Hunter (www.huntermarine.com)

HSAO - Hunter Sailing Association of Oregon

NORTHWEST REGION - OREGON


Date: August 18 – 20, 2006

Event: Hunter Cup Regatta

Sponsor: The Sailing Life, Inc.

Location: Sand Island Upper Docks

Event contact: Jim Ormond, Vice Commodore

Email: jim.ormond@comcast.net

Phone: 503-640-2057

Contact: Steve Weir, Commodore

Phone: 503-289-1202

Email: wsteven19@msn.com

Website: http://huntersailingoforegon.org

LESSHSA – H S A #7 – Lake Erie South Shore HSA

GREAT LAKES REGION - OHIO


Date: August 25 – 27, 2006

Event: Summer Rendezvous

Sponsor: Harbor North, Inc.

Location: Huron, OH

Contact: Dick Dragonette, Commodore

Contact: Ted & Margi Kurczynski

Phone: 419-535-1651

Email: tkurczynski@mco.edu

Island Packet (www.iphomeport.com)

Lake Erie Rendezvous

Leamington, Ontario

August 11-13th

Puget Packeteers Rendezvous


Poulsbo, WA


August 25-27th

Northern California Rendezvous

Point Richmond, CA

August 26-27th

Gulf Coast Rendezvous
Seabrook, TX


September 8-10th

J/Fest (www.jfest.org)

J/Fest Regatta Series

Long Beach Yacht Club

San Diego, CA

September 29- October 1st

Contact: Jeff Trask, Sail California
Newport
Beach
251 Shipyard Way, Cabin A

Newport Beach, CA 92663

Phone: 949-675-8053,
Fax: 949-675-0584

Web Site: www.sailcal.com
Email:
info@sailcal.com

Jeff Brown, Sail California

2330 Shelter Island Drive,
Suite 106

San Diego, CA 92106

Phone: 619-224-6200,
Fax: 619-224-6278

Web Site: www.sailcal.com

Email:
jboat@cts.com

Jeanneau (www.jeanneauamerica.com)

Santa Catalina Island, CA

August 17-19

Sackets Harbor, NY

August (exact dates TBD)

Pearson (www.pearsonyachts.com)

True North Rendezvous

Edgartown, Martha’s Vineyard

September 8-10

Tartan (www.tartanyachts.com)

Tartan Owners Northeast Rendezvous

Maine Cruise

August 5-20

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