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Cruiser, Beercan Race Crew


San Francisco, CA
Hometown: Capitola

Member since:

December 17, 2009

How would you describe your sailing experience? At the end of your description include a title for yourself (look at other profiles, or the about page for ideas)

Native sailor of the SF bay since I have been 14 years old. I have raced but prefer just a Hardy day sail hard on the wind and a fresh reach home. I am a hard and strong savvy crew and knows most of the ropes of a seasoned salty hard shell shell back.

What type boats have you sailed on - or dream of sailing on? What sort of sailing do you do? Cruising, racing, beercans, YRA . . . Transpac??

I prefer cruising and beercan racing... I sailed for years on 30ft slope whale boats, 36 foot Colombia and my own 26 ft Excalibur, among many other boats. My dream boat that is within reach is something like a 36ft Catalina or Beneteau.

If you are a private boat owner -- please describe your vessel in as much detail as you can.

I own no sailboat at this time..

Do you have any US sailing or ASA certificates? Do you bareboat charter?

My goal is to get ASA certified..

Are you disabled or have limited mobility? You'll be welcomed, but it's very important for skippers to know ahead of time to keep everyone safe while sailing (you included).



To connect back to water, wind, waves and sailors on the Bay on a regular bases. Sailing runs deep in my dreams..

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No wind in the morning but the we got the bot up to 6.5knots in the afternoon.

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