BAMA's Doublehanded Races March 24, 2018

 

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39th Annual DOUBLEHANDED FARALLONES RACE (DHF)
Saturday March 24, 2018


Five Concurrent Double Handed Races "DHF PLUS 4"

DHF - Farallones, DHWB - Weather Buoy, DHSB - Sea Buoy, DHG7 - Ship Channel G7, DHBL - Boundary Line

Change to a shorter course if desired before the start or on the course

Safety at Sea Seminar recommended but not required. Both crew required to meet Basic and Venue Education Requirements


2018 Discussion Forums DHF 2018
Skippers Meeting Guest Speakers
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Sailing Instructions
Liability Release/Waivers
Course Chart
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Farallones

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New York Times Reporting
The Farallon Islands, 28 miles from the Golden Gate Bridge, are known as the Devil’s teeth for the sharp, rocky spires that spring from the open ocean. Frequent gale force winds and steep, breaking waves make it a threatening shore for approaching boaters. But since the annual Full Crew Farallones Race began, in 1907, using the islands as the turning point, there had never been a fatality.
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National Sailing Hall of Fame member rescued off Sanibel

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