2018 Race Calendars are now available, PDF here.
Printed editions can be found in Yacht Clubs and around the Marina.


UPCOMING RACES


January 20th
Champagne Regatta – PHRF/OD – SBYRC 
January 24th
NOSA Seminar at DRYC
January 27th
Palos Verdes BLT – PHRF/OD/Cruiser – RBYC 
Ship Rock SGL/DBL – Dan Byrne 1 – PSSA 
Super Bowl Regatta – CB/OD/SUP – SMWYC – SEE BELOW for more info
February 3rd
Highpoint #2 – Spin #1 – KHYC – SEE BELOW for more info


SCYA MIDWINTERS – FEBRUARY 10/11 and 17/18

The SCYA Midwinter Regatta is one of the largest in the United States, involving over 2500 sailors and motor yacht captains in California, Arizona and Nevada. Over 600 boats compete in a variety of venues sponsored by approximately 25 SCYA member clubs in two weekends of competition.

For your convenience, all Midwinters information is located on the website below, and registration is being handled online for all events. Notice of Race, Classes by area, and Registration is all available NOW.

SCYA Midwinter Regatta Website


2018 Super Bowl Charity Regatta For more information
email: superbowl@smcyc.org or visit the webpage.


NEXT HIGHPOINT

# 2 – February 3 – Saturday
Spin #1 Stoney Special- KHYC
INFORMATION & REGISTRATION


IMPORTANT EVENTS & NEWS:

US SAILING LEADERSHIP FORUM Jan 31-Feb 3, 2018
US Sailing – Leadership Forum
January 31 to February 3 – St. Pete Beach, FL – TradeWinds Island Grand Resort
Early Bird Registration: $300 – by August 31
http://sailingleadership.org
This third biennial Forum combines three popular summits into one.
Leaders from sail training, yacht clubs, one-design fleets, and race management, will meet to learn from each other. The Forum will offer keynote speakers and group sessions on a range of topics: Growing the Sport, Club Administration, Marketing & Communications, and Race Management. The Forum will provide seminars for Instructor Certification, Race Management, and Safety at Sea. It will feature exhibitor displays, boat demonstrations, and of course, lively social events.

 

JUNIOR SAILING SAFETY MANUAL
New Junior Sailing Safety Manual
This useful manual helps clubs and sailing organizations develop and grow safe, successful junior sailing programs. New content includes updated class ratio recommendations, emergency response template, media release forms, discipline policy, and walk around inspection checklists.

 


SEE BELOW FOR MORE RACES/REGATTAS


See our Around the Point page
for more information on the series.



See our Highpoint page
for more information on the series.


 

 


SANTA MONICA BAY SAILING FOUNDATION

SMBSF recycles, refurbishes & resells Electronics, Hardware, Instruments, Sails, Gear, Equipment, Dinghies, Engines, Sabots… and more. Donate your good used marine equipment; the proceeds benefit local sailors and marine activities. Bring your equipment to Del Rey Yacht Club. MORE INFORMATION IN THIS PDF


Marina del Rey Historical Society

DONATE TODAY TO SAVE YOUR YESTERDAY!

Marina del Rey recently turned 50. That means there are fifty years of history. The MdRHS is the depository for all things Marina del Rey. The Society has complete collections of The Argonaut, The Dinghy, photographs dating back to the 1800’s, and is the recipient of Greg Wenger’s extensive photography collection which encompasses the development, the building, the racing, and the events of MdR throughout those fifty years.

The Society has started a fund raising campaign for equipment and materials to archive and preserve this artifact collection.
If you have lived, sailed, raced, or biked in Marina del Rey… THIS IS YOUR HISTORY TOO! Please consider any donation amount so that the Society can move forward with building a researchable digital collection of our materials while preserving the originals for future generations.

CLICK HERE TO DONATE
The Marina del Rey Historical Society
is a 501(3)(c) California nonprofit organization


ASMBYC Thanks Blue Pacific Yachts
for their continued support!

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 See our Highpoint page for more information on the Highpoint series.


Chart 17 is located
on Marks & Waypoints Page

Download it here too:
Course Chart 17.0 PDF