Summer Sailstice 2016 – June 18 and 19

Summer Sailstice 2016

May 10, 2016

Registered sailors are entered to win prizes and can enter their sailing plans, create an event or join an event here.!

How will YOU be sailing on Summer Sailstice weekend?

One weekend unites all sailors, all sailing, all together, all around the world.

Now’s the time to make sure you, your club, class and friends participate by posting your 2016 Sailing Plans Here.

Biggest Sailstice Raft-Up?

Winner: the Washed-Up Yacht Club
The ‘Washed Up Yacht Club’ had 32 boats in their 2015 star raft-up and are aiming for 50 in 2016. There were hundreds of other events in 2015. Make sure to add yours this year and capture the photo!

http://www.summersailstice.com/

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