The regular entry deadline is on Wednesday, February 1, 2017. After Wednesday, entries will be subject to a $250 late fee.
Below are some handy links:
Onde Amo, a Beneteau First 40.7 skippered by Stephen Ashley of Shoreline Yacht Club enters the Cabo Race.
Ten days to regular entry deadline: February 1, 2017. Less than 6 weeks to the race start. The line up has some new competitors, and many returning. Cabo Marina is ready, the town is ready, and the “Headquarters” at the Cantina is ready. Below are some handy links:
Maui sailor seeking crew position for Newport to Cabo 2017. I am willing to travel to west coast for one or more shakedown sails or multiple training days. I have blue water, racing experience, and certificates, including: RORC Transatlantic (Nov/Dec 2016 -Whitbread 60); PacCup return delivery (Aug. 2016 – Caliber 40); Antigua Sailing Week 2016 (Whitbread 60); recent buoy racing (J80, J105, J24); sailed Olson 30s and other boats during college in Annapolis; part of winning crew for Olson 30 East Coast Championships (1984); celestial navigator at age 20 on Newport 27 – Annapolis to Azores; have recent experience weather routing using Expedition software; have ICC, SAS, as well as marine diesel and electrical classes. I have experience in all positions: foredeck, trimming, cockpit, helming. Good shape, 5′ 10″, 140 lbs. Have my own safety gear and ocean foulies. Full sailing resume available on request. Recommendations from captains available too. Aloha! email@example.com
LOCOmotive, a Summit 40 skippered by Larry Andrews of Southwestern Yacht Club enters Newport to Cabo Race.
Phaedo3, a MOD70 skippered by Lloyd Thornburg of New York Yacht Club enters Cabo Race.
Rufless, a Melges 32 skippered by Rufus Sjoberg, of Richmond Yacht Club enters the Newport to Cabo Race.