Fellow CCA Member Mark Roye shares his experiences in Cruising World Magazine. Read all about it!
Thanks to advances in technology, CCA is able to offer a considerably price-reduced hands-on SAS certificate. It's now mandatory for all skippers, so why not sign up now? See their newsletter.
Perhaps you were raised never to mention a lady's age. Our Jeanne Socrates revels in it. She has embarked, on October 3, to become the oldest female SOLO circumnavigator, and the first woman to solo circumnavigate from North America. Leaving from Vancouver, B.C., this member of our San Francisco Station is now about 400 miles off Bahia San Ramon, Baja California. This is a restart of her earlier effort, which was derailed by a few mishaps including a boatyard tumble (her, not the boat) requiring a delay past a safe weather window for Cape Horn.
Follow her efforts at ...read more
Whether you're planning an offshore race or just looking to build or refresh your sailing skills, our US Sailing Sanctioned Safety at Sea Seminars can be an important step. These courses include an online orientation and a full day of hands on and seminar presentations. Climb into a life raft, fire flares, throw lines, and more. Now offered several times per year. These satisfy US Sailing and World Sailing requirements and satisfy offshore race requirements. For a further description and course list, see this link.
Considered by some to be a sort of whacky exercise, this "almost no rules" race to Alaska (no engine power allowed) represents an interesting challengel Haley Lhamon and her "all girl" team rose to the challenge. Read about it here.
Cruising couple Garry and Leslie Schneider have for several years been administering CCA's Safety at Sea seminars. Offered to Newport Bermuda racers and the general sailing public, the classes have benefitted many racers in meeting their race requirements and executing safer passages. This evening (June 14), Garry and Leslie were honored prior to the start of the Newport Bermuda race by CCA Commodore Brad WIllauer for their work.
Garry and Leslie are handing the responsibility for these courses over to Mark Lenci, and they expect to put their teachings into practice as they...read more
Congratulations to all our new members elected on March 19th. Click on a name for more information:
Oh they are having a good time. See the posted pictures on our photo gallery
At the general membership meeting, the following were elected
- Commodore: W. Bradford Willauer
- Vice Commodore: J.W. Robert Medland
- Secretary: Christopher L. Otorowski
- Treasurer: Peter L. Chandler
- Historian: John F. Towle
Terms expiring 2021:'
- Wilson Fitt (BDO)
- Peter A. Darbee (SAF)
- Charles S. Willauer (BOS)
Terms expiring 2019:
- James M. Morgan (SOC)
- G. Waddy...
Read all about the next edition of this classic race. And the races within the race.
How many of us have had our sports viewing by that line superimposed on the screen? Well, thank Stan. He's being honored for that development by the Hall of Fame:
Stan Honey: Sports Broadcast Graphic Enhancements
A pioneer in the field of sports television graphics, Stan Honey has transformed the viewing experience of millions of sports fans. Honey and his team created the Virtual Yellow 1st & Ten® line— which has been hailed as one of the most important developments in the history of sports broadcast technology. Work conducted by Honey and his team led...
Webb Chiles (Hilton Head, S.C./Evanston, Ill), Rich Wilson (Boston, Mass.) and Jessica Watson (Buderim, Queensland, Australia) are among our 2017 award recipients selected for outstanding contributions to the sport of sailing and the history of yachting. The awards will be presented at our annual Awards Dinner in New York on March 2, 2018.