September 26 /27, 2020 A PSCC Traditional Tequila (or Corona) Race
The Tequila Race is always a fun one, and in the spirit of this race's comic tradition this year we're calling it the Corona Race. The Blakely Harbor raft-ups have often brought in boats sailing back from Hawaii and Alaska. Historically, this race is the most hysterical... While the race course has to follow Coast Guard safety rules regarding the crossing of shipping lanes, race instructions usually note safe approach distance for marine mammals, Orca and submarines. Always educational, the course may be changed after the start. The winner is selected by a cruising committee, which rates boats not entirely by their finish times. Proper attention to your boats safety requirements, amenities, and math skills in completing your ships docket, along with bribes, may help narrow the winning selections for the judges. The Corona Race winner, will have his/her name and boat name duly engraved upon the suitable trophy, and is required to pour for the fleet - likely spread out in dinghys this year instead of rafted together.
Trip Planing for 2020
Things are different this year! Cruisers often say "Plans are made in the sand at low tide. . ."
Download the PSCC 2020 Cruising Calendar.pdf, plan your next cruise, and join us.
We hope to see you on the water. . .
Please Thank the Venders who support our cruising club!
Josh Butler at Doyle Sails 425.877.6543 is offering a 10% discount to PSCC members. Buy a Sail or Stackpack and thank him for all of us!
Sign up for a Fisheries Account for a 10% discount for PSCC members. Just tell them you are a club member on your application.
CSR has generously donated an Annual Haul-out and Discounted Bottom-paint Job! Thank you!