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Visit Ryan May in San Francisco

Ryan May

Oct 12, 2017

Toronto sailor and former RCYC coach/sailing instructor Ryan May is now a US coast guard captain and is presently accepting bookings in San Francisco California.

Ryan is a certified U.S. Coast Guard Captain who has logged over 25,000 offshore nautical miles since learning to sail as a child. He has sailed to 37 countries, experiencing diverse cultures and climates. Ryan raced dinghies as a kid and has since transitioned to keel boats, competing throughout Canada, the USA, and the Caribbean.

Golden Gate Bridgegolden-gate-bridge-400.jpg capt: the iconic Golden Gate Bridge

Ryan is a passionate sailor and looks forward to sharing his extensive sailing background with you aboard his refurbished 1968 Bristol Corsair on the stunning San Francisco Bay.

Help him get his business off the ground with May on the Bay Charters

www.mayonthebay.com

San Fransisco

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