Be an 'Early-Bird Winner' - Sign up now!

February 17, 2019 by Monica Grant
Be an 'Early-Bird Winner' - Sign up now!

Log in and add your sailing plans before 5pm, February 28 (PT) and you'll be in the running for a Silver Spinnaker Wine Cooler from Sailor Bags!

June 22 is now just over four months away and we're getting excited for Summer Sailstice 2019.

This week, as we welcome back more of our longstanding Summer Sailstice supporters we're inviting you to sign up and add your sailing plans now, and be in the running for an 'Early-bird' prize - we have three to give away!

How will you celebrate the arrival of the summer sailing season? Racing, cruising, day sailing, all three or more?

Whatever you decide, make it a part of Summer Sailstice 2019. If you've signed up for Summer Sailstice in previous years remember to log back in now to renew your registration and ensure you are eligible for prizes from our excellent sponsors and prize donors. 

If you're unsure about how to celebrate the commencement of the northern hemisphere's summer sailing season, help is at hand. There are already a number of individual and group events signed up for the June weekend and maybe you'll be inspired what some of these sailors have planned. Here are a few examples: 

Del is looking forward to a rerun of 2018 with a sail to Half Moon Bay, CA. "On Summer Sailstice 2018 we enjoyed sailing from Pt. Richmond, CA to Pillar Pt. in Half Moon Bay on Saturday and return on Sunday, our plan is to make it a annual event each year for the Summer Sailstice. Any & all are welcome to join us, we leave Brickyard Cove early!"

Bruce will be in French Polynesia enjoying the beautiful waters of Archipel des Marquises.
French Polynesia

Capt. Ed is gearing up for the Painkiller Party in Georgia

While the East Coast Sailing Association is inviting its members to meet at Grills Riverside in Melbourne, Florida.
East Coast Sailing Association patch

Gone Sailing Adventures is hosting a circumnavigation of the Toronto Islands to watch the sunset while welcoming summer!
Gone Sailing Adventures

Alan is racing from Astoria, OR to Victoria, BC in early May. Then cruising between Olympia, WA and the Gulf Islands of British Columbia till mid August. "Call me on VHF if you want to hook up. Vessel name is Thirsty."

But wait... there's more! Take a look at the 2019 global events map and see what else is going on for this year's Summer Sailstice. Once you have your plan in place, go to our Organize an Event page and download prewritten newsletters, media releases, artwork, posters and more! And if you still don't know how you want to celebrate this year, there are loads of event ideas on this page. 

Now that you have all the information, follow the link to get you started - go to and sign up or login to renew your participation for 2019.

You've got to be in to win it!

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