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Anteater Info

Please plan to arrive to by 8:00a. Breakfast Burritos will be available for $5 each on Saturday and Sunday. CASH ONLY

We have 4tix (Diego, Elissa, Nikhil, Troy) for Lunch on Sat (BBQ) and Sun (Deli). Any additional lunches must be pre-ordered online for $10 by Sunday, November 4, 5pm. No lunch tickets will be sold at the door.

Schedule of Events

Saturday

  • 0800 Meetup
  • 0830-0930 Boat inspection and Team Check-In
  • 1000 Competitors’ Meeting
  • 1015 Coaches’ Meeting
  • 1100 First Warning
  • NO CUT OFF TIME

Sunday

  • 0930 Meetup
  • 1000 Competitors’ Meeting
  • 1015 Coaches’ Meeting
  • 1100 First Warning
  • 1530 Final Warning
Time Saturday Time Sunday
8:30 Meetup. Check-in. Rigging. Inspection. Breakfast. 9:30 Regatta report time
8:45 Boat Inspection. (Regatta t-shirts)    
10:00 Competitor’s meeting. Onsite registration closes. 10:15 Competitor’s meeting.
10:30 Launch boat 11:00 First Signal
11:00 First Signal (long sail out!) 3:30 No starts after
    ~5:00 Awards


Upcoming: SoCal5 at San Diego Yacht Club

SoCal5 is Mar 23-24 (two days)… it’s just around the corner, its a spectacular venue, and last regatta before PCC finals. Read the Notice of Race (NOR) for current details.

:triangular_flag_on_post: Regatta Sign-up Form

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Schedule, Regatta Details, Weather, and more in full post below.

PCISA5: Gaucho Regatta Information

UCSB Sailing hosts the final big 5 regatta of the year, PCISA5 Gaucho on March 9-10 at the Santa Barbara Yacht Club (SBYC). Of note, UCSB Sailing is also hosting a campus facility tour and practice for potential High School sailing recruits the Friday before the regatta, March 8 at 1:30p.


All Sailors please use the Regatta Sign-up Form by end of of day Thursday Feb 21.

:triangular_flag_on_post: Regatta Sign-up Form

UCSB Campus tour by UCSB Sailing Team

High School Sailing Recruits: Campus & Boating Facility Tour - March 8, 2019 Come meet members of the UCSB Sailing Team and receive a guided tour of campus from them. Learn what it’s like to be a Gaucho on and off the water from fellow sailors. Meet the coaching staff and see the sailing facility.

:bowtie: Event Info & Registration

Schedule (unofficial)

Friday, March 8, 2019 – Optional (sign-up)

  • 1:30-2:30pm - Early Campus Tour with team members.
  • 1:00-3:45 - Possible TBD Sato/UCSB Sailing Practice
  • 3:45-4:15pm - Boating Facility Tour and meet with the coaching staff.
  • 5:00-6:00pm - Late Campus Tour with team members.
  Saturday   Sunday
8:30  Report time & boat rigging 9:00   Regatta report time
10:00  Check-in & Boat Inspection 9:30   Competitors Meeting (Mandatory)
10:00  Competitors Meeting (Mandatory) 10:30   Racing begins
11:00  Racing 3:30   No Start after this time
    5:00 Awards

Wind & Weather Forecasts

Sun March 3: Forecast is cold, but mostly sunny, with chance of rain on Sunday. The biggest changes appear to be changes in tide direction each day, and wave frequency (half speed on Sunday).

Weather forecast Click for weather current updates from windfinder.com

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Let’s Track Actual Weather to Forecast Models

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