Your participation in this years regatta
can help grow our sailing community here in Utah.
Make your contribution, by sailing with us.
Register before June 1
to ensure you get two free dinner tickets and a chance to win cool stuff.
Splash your boat early at the Provo Marina for the regatta.
Transient docks are available for regatta participants,
starting May 30.
First come - first served
Medals are in
Swag is in...
This could be you!
You can register at the Bonneville booth, day of race,
but by pre-registering, we can get a much better head count for ordering BBQ food,
and with pre-registration, you'll get
2 free BBQ dinners.
Skippers meeting on the ice rink
9:30 AM sharp
course maps and race instructions provided
Sunny, 60's to 80's
Bring your sun screen, hat, sun glasses, cold drinks, etc.
VOLUNTEERS ARE STILL NEEDED
we could use some help with:
Getting boats into position for the Boat Show
Rules of the Road
Know your rules when out on the race course
A great way to learn right of way, is out on the race course.
There's also some other race coming up pretty quick too.
Some of the reasons I sail:
I am always learning something new
I meet amazing people
I experience incredible sunsets and the occasional sunrise
I accumulate knowledge
Problem solving on the water, gives me confidence outside of my sailing experiences
It strengthens family relationships
It offers an escape from the "Metro Cooker"
Why do you sail?
Livin' the Dream
Bonneville graduate Wes will participate in this years Baja Ha-Ha
"Hi Guys. Thanks for the emails. And thank you for all your help. We are participating in the Baja haha this year and sailing our Islander 36 down to Cabo.
Couldn't have done it with out your help. Since taking sailing from you I have been sailing all over the west cost, north and south. 25 to 30 mile per hour winds and 12 to 15ft. swells. You taught me well. I've put every thing you taught me into practice at one time or another. Thank you so much". Wes
Keep us in the loop Wes. We would like to follow your progress down to Cabo. Fair winds.
A great social sail event
Celebrate this world wide sailing event by getting out there June 23-25
Moh Wadda Moh Beddah
register to win prizes.
In the past we have sailed to Pelican Bay on the west side of Utah Lake,
for a BBQ / home made ice cream / sailing stories swap.
Pelican Bay Marina is currently closed, due to dredging operations.
There are nearly 30 sailboats at the Lindon Marina.
Cast-off dock lines and leave Lindon Marina at 6:30 PM (18:30), Friday, June 23
(solstice is the longest day of the year)
Form a conga line sailing down to Utah Lake State Park
and move the BBQ / home made ice cream / sailing stories swap under the ice rink pavilion.
That means the open transient docks will probably fill up fast...
so be prepared to anchor out in the "outer harbor".
Bring no-see-um netting for your companionways and hatches.
Consider lighting up your boat with 12v LED strip lighting.
ATTN: Sailboats at ULSP...
consider coming out to meet the Lindon Flotilla half way,
and return with us to the Provo Marina.
Sail all over the place for the rest of the Sailstice weekend
OR JUST DO YOUR OWN THING
Thank you to all our Veterans.
Bonneville School of Sailing