The May regatta racing was challenging and fun. The Saturday race course was to Catch 22 beach. Winds were in the 6 to 12 knot range which resulted in a challenging beat up the coast in sloppy water. Fortunately the race committee moved the mark almost out of the bay. . . Read the rest
Fifteen boats in four classes competed in near perfect conditions at the TSC annual Fall Regatta in San Carlos, Mexico. The weather was hot and the wind forecasts poor but once again, San Francisco Bay did not disappoint us. The wind arrived right on schedule both days and we had. . . Read the rest
Starting in September of 2016 monthly club meetings will be held at Brother John’s at 1801 N Stone Ave (the old Wildcat House location). PLEASE NOTE THAT THE CLUB MEETINGS WILL BE HELD ON TUESDAYS INSTEAD OF WEDNESDAYS but still at 7:00 PM. Happy hour prices will extend to 7:00. . . Read the rest
We had near perfect conditions for our Spring Regatta with winds both days around 10 knots with smooth waters. We had 20 boats in 5 classes with close racing both days. Three fantastic parties added to the great time had by all. Thanks to Duff Fletcher and and the committee. . . Read the rest
The TSC Fall Regatta will be remembered for a hurricane near miss, warm weather and mostly decent winds. With hurricane Patricia nearby there was some talk on Friday of closing the harbor. Fortunately the large swell did not develop and no closure occurred. On Saturday we sailed the the usual. . . Read the rest
Strong winds marked the TSC 2015 Spring Regatta. The Saturday race had winds in excess of 30 knots with 3 to 6 foot waves. Reefed mains and small jibs were the order of the day. On Sunday the winds abated to 15 knots or less as the fleet sailed up. . . Read the rest
The Tucson Sailing Club's International Regatta was held October 31 to November 2, 2014, in San Carlos Mexico. This fall regatta featured a good turnout, and a couple of days of racing action. Light winds the first day were challenging, and breezes picked up for the second day. There were four fleets represented...