Fall in Love with Sailing

November 17, 2020 by Nicki Bennett
Fall Sailing

The weather is cooling in the Northern Hemisphere, and the days are getting shorter. Hurricane season has passed. Many sailors are preparing their boat for the winter ahead, while others are headed south, and some are enjoying crisp fall days on the water. 

Fall on the Bay
Fall days on the San Francisco Bay. 

Here in the San Francisco Bay, this fall has treated us to some near-perfect days of sailing. Light breezes, and sunshine, is a nice change of pace after a howling summer. On the east, some are still lake sailing, while a few stragglers may be holding out until the very end of the season. Most boats are out of the water, preparing for winter projects and dreaming about the next splash. The lucky ones have cast off the lines for a season of adventure. The Nada Ha-Ha has had a successful run down to Baja, and the Panana Posse has over 100 boats signed up.

Fall Sailing in Vermont. Image by Kiel James Patrick
Fall Sailing in Vermont. Image by Kiel James Patrick

No matter where you find yourself this November, we hope you are thinking ahead to next June. As we inch towards the shortest day of the year, we can help but dream about the longest one.

We would love to hear how are you sailing this fall?

Are you cruising this winter?

But most importantly, what you are planning to do on June 19th?

We have a lot of time to dream big and put plans into action. We are hoping to see creativity rise, and more sailors participate than ever before. Be amongst the first to put your dot on the map, sign up for the 21st Summer Sailstice today. 

Email us to tell us about your fall sailing plans. 

Interested in becoming a Summer Sailstice Ambassador? Become part of the best global sailing community in the world. Check out the details here and fill out your application. See you on the water.

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