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OIYC Winter Classic February 19


Sailors are invited to kick off the 2011


racing season at the 10th annual Winter Classic around Shaw Island, sponsored by Orcas Island Yacht Club, Orcas Hotel and West Sound Marina. With the last few years having great weather, the turnout keeps going up. What a great way to shake the winter blues. For more information and notice of race, visit www.oiyc.org or call (360) 376-2314.


B.C. Sailor of the Year Richard Clarke was awarded


British Columbia's Sailor of the Year Award at a dinner in Vancouver, B.C. Among Clarke's outstanding sailing achievements, during 2010, were his podium finishes at the 2009 Star North American Championship and the 2010 Star Western Hemisphere Championship and a several US-IRC events.


West Sound Sailing Association Trophy Series


For more information call Tom


Barrett (360) 769-8303) or check: www.wscyc.net


February 26: Jim Depue Memorial Race WSSA #1


March 26: Annual Spring Shakedown WSSA #2 April 9:


Port Madison YC Port Orchard YC


Rich Passage Ramble


WSSA #3 West Sound Corinthian YC April 30: WSSA #4 May 21: WSSA #5 June 18: WSSA #6 June 25:


Poulsbo Invitational Race Poulsbo YC


Port Orchard Invitational Port Orchard YC Blake Island Race Bremerton YC


Brownsville Race WSSA #7 West Sound Corinthian YC


Tacoma Yacht Club


Gov Teats Memorial Race February 27


For info contact Jon Thompson at


(253) 732-0911 or TYC (253) 752-3555 or tacomayachtclub@aol.com


Fast Is Fun,


And So Is Race Week! Does the snow in the hills and the


5:00 darkness make you long for the lazy, crazy days of summer? Santa Cruz 27 Northwest Fleet is here to help. One week of Nationals at Whidbey, and a few two-day follow ups at Cow Bay, CGOD and Double Damned, and you’ll shake off the blahs. We even start up the fun in February, and have a few sanctioned, local, warm up events. Santa Cruz 27 Nationals at Whidbey


Race Week already has the makings for an epic event! We are counting on a bunch of visitors from the holy land of Santa Cruz, CA, and are planning on a bunch of starts, plus the typical shenanigans over the week. Check out nwsc27.com, or get a


University Swaging Division


Come see us at our new location! • Insulators • Lifelines and Lifeline Swaging Hardware • Sta-Lok and Norseman Wire Rope Terminals •Architectural and Industrial Cable Assemblies 6525 240th St. SE, Building A, Woodinville, WA 98072


425.318.4483 fax 425.318.4499 Marine@universityswaging.com


hold of Andy at Northwest Rigging (360) 770-7035 or Alex at Ballard Sails (206) 706-5500. Whether you have a boat that can be resurrected, need crew, want to buy a boat, or want to find a boat to crew on… you have options, and we’re here to help!


2011 Van Isle 360 International Yacht Race June 4-18


The Van Isle 360 is a unique venue


We've gone Retro! Featuring our old 48° North logo on Red, Navy Blue and Khaki cotton hats. One size fits all. Add $4.50


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Hat! $12.00


Call (206) 789-7350 or www.48north.com We pay the sales tax!


circumnavigating Vancouver Island in a series of 10 legs. It is adventure racing at its best and offers some of the most challenging racing and beautiful scenery anywhere. Do not delay, the Van Isle 360 has limited space and is expected to sell out. Entry applications will be accepted until February 14 only. Contact Janine Bell to receive entry information, emai l : info@vanisle360.com or website: www.vanisle360.com


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