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SEA Flotilla Day - Season Opener Print Email
Written by Office

This year's SEA Flotilla Day, our annual Season Opener, kicked off the season in style. We got lucky with a sunny and warm day in what was a really stormy March! We had boats of all kinds participate, from our small Catalinas, our Santana, as well as our awesome member fleet ranging from Santana 22's all the way up to Michael's 42' Tartan.

Our Catalianas were able to dock unassisted negotiating the fluky, light conditions. Our attempts to negotiate for a fee reduction with the AI Parks folks did not go so well! However, everyone made it in just fine, and quickly moved to the BBQ for grub and cake. Thanks to Frank and Cathy for celebrating their birthdays with us, Leah for brownies and Karen + Wesley for music

The ride back was particularly challenging for our Catalinas, facing light air and a stiff flood on the Tiburon side. They all dialed into the only way out: Short-tacking along Angel Island, where there was some current relief and a lot more breeze.

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Flotilla Day Sail Print Email
Written by Office

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Date: April
Time: 09:00-16:00
Location: Lunch at Ayala Cove
Cost: Free Members
$15 fee docking / boat + lunch
Register: Sails Below

Skippers and SEA Members meet up for our Annual SEA Season Opener.
Join the SEA Member Flotilla to kick off the season sailing and meet up for potluck lunch.

Don't have a boat, no problem! Register to join our member fleet!



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"Thanksgiving" Weekend Angel Island Sail Print Email
Written by Karen Brenner

AngelIslandAY AY MATIES!  

Gather your Thanksgiving leftovers and get them onboard to.... SEA'S ANNUAL "DE-STRESS" HOLIDAY SAIL ON ANGEL ISLAND.  This extremely fun adventure is Saturday, 11/27.  RSVP online as soon as possible to reserve a spot on a SEA or member boat. 

We will sail to Ayala Cove on Angel Island and meet there at 12:30 for a potluck BBQ and optional hike (for those of us that still need to walk off Thanksgiving dinner).  We will depart for home at 1630. More details to follow.

Turkey Trot Angel Island Sail Print Email
Written by Sandor

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Date: Saturday, November 26
Time: 10:00-16:00
Meet at: Angel Island 12:30
Picnic Lunch - Bring your leftovers!

AY AY MATIES!

Gather your Thanksgiving leftovers and get them onboard to.... SEA'S ANNUAL "DE-STRESS" HOLIDAY SAIL ON ANGEL ISLAND.   Please register now to reserve a spot on an SEA or member boat.

We will sail to Ayala Cove on Angel Island and meet there at 12:30 for a Picnic lunch, BBQ and optional hike (for those of us that still need to walk off Thanksgiving dinner).

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A True 70th Birthday Bash – In Proper Sail Style Print Email
Written by Barbara McVeigh
JPl"And, why are we on land and not sailing on a boat?"

It couldn’t be a normal birthday celebration in The San Francisco Bay. John Paul Watts is not your normal sort of guy. At the turn of 70 he’s still looking to raise sails and foist his sailing addiction onto any innocent passing by. Clearly a feat he has managed over the years.

The plan had started out simply enough. Four boats with crew -  two boats from Sausalito Tackful (22 Santana) and Fayaway (23 Ranger), and others from SF, Summer Solstice (34 Tartan) and Wotta Lark (22 Santana) - would sail and potluck on Angel Island. Brew, wine and good food were readied and stowed. Weather gods also decided to pay tribute, providing dark clouds, strong winds and choppy waters, to spice up the festivities.

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