Sea TreK 35th Annual Regatta

The annual Sea Trek Regatta is a chance for the Bay Area paddling community to share in a fun and challenging day of paddling on San Francisco Bay. Come join us on Saturday October 21st for the West Coast’s largest, most popular, and definitely most fun sea kayaking event of the year. The Regatta is open to sea kayakers, stand-up paddlers, outriggers, and other paddling crafts.
This years Sea Trek Regatta is a benefit for Environmental Traveling Companions (ETC), a Bay Area nonprofit organization providing accessible outdoor adventures for people with disabilities and disadvantaged youth since 1972.
With a variety of race classes and courses, the Regatta is perfect for paddlers looking to race competitively as well as those who are just looking for a spirited paddling event to support a great cause!
Registration starts at 7 am
Mass Start at 10 am Sharp

Event Entries Click on an event to see who entered.

NameNumberCraftAgeGender
Bob Cooper5Sea KayakSr. Masters 50+Guy
NameNumberCraftAgeGender
Kiki Wykstra, Galen Licht2Surfski DoubleOpen (All Ages)Mixed
Bob Licht, Avis Licht3Sea Kayak DoubleSr. Masters 50+Mixed
Scott Langmack6Surfski SingleSr. Masters 50+Guy
NameNumberCraftAgeGender
Julieta Gismondi4Surfski SingleOpenGirl

Results Select an event to view results.

Note: All live times are unadjusted and unofficial.

See Course Maps at www.Seatrek.com/regatta
Richardson Bay Course – Beginning/Intermediate, 3.45 miles: Paddlers begin at the starting line in Richardson Bay and paddle clockwise around the buoy of Belvedere Point returning to the Bay Model in Sausalito.  Requires 1-2 hours of paddling.

Angel Island Course – Advanced, 9.5 miles: Paddlers begin at the starting line in Richardson Bay, circumnavigate Angel Island going counter clockwise returning to the Bay Model in Sausalito.  Requires 2-4 hours of paddling.

Golden Gate and Angel Island Course – Expert, 13.5 miles: Paddlers begin at the starting line in Richardson Bay, paddle to the north tower of the Golden Gate Bridge and Lime Point then around little Harding Rock to Angel Island, continuing counter clockwise around the Island, returning to the Bay Model in Sausalito.  Requires 2-4 hours of paddling.

When:

Oct 21, 2017

Where:

Sausalito, CA