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Shorthanded Racing in San Francisco Bay
2002 Singlehanded TransPacific Yacht Race
San Francisco to Hanalei Bay, Kauai, the Hawaiian Islands
2120 Miles across the Pacific

Race Results
pictures from Hanalei

News and Position Reports June 15 June 19 June 23 June 27 July 1
  June 16 June 20 June 24 June 28
  June 17 June 21 June 25 June 29
  June 18 June 22 June 26 June 30

pictures from the race start, courtesy of Mariah's Eyes Photography

Jim Kellam and his Spencer 35 Haulback
Tony Carr ("look Ma - no hands!") and his Hobie 33 Tease
Lou Freeman in his elegant Swan 51 Seabird
Steve Wilson (the position reporter) off the line on his Westsail 39 Westerly
Jim Tallet rockets out the gate on board his J33 Zapped

pictures from the race start, courtesy of Latitude 38 and John Riise

Mark Deppe (sending us his log) on his J120 Alchera

Erik Schwartz on his Santa Cruz 40 Rusalka

John Guzzwell on Endangered Species, his beautiful custom 30 ULDB

Notice of Race Entry form
Sailing Instructions Sailing Experience form
The Racers Emergency Contact form
Seminars Qualifier Certification form
PCR Ratings Qualifier Log
Race Inspection Check List
Interested in the 2004 TransPac Race?

Sarita May and Rob Macfarlane are co-chairing the 2002 Singlehanded TransPac. They are available to help with race preparation, answer questions, connect entrants with race veterans and the many other things that go into preparing for this race.

You may reach the Race Committee at the below postal address, or by email at:

Above are links to PDF formatted documents for the race.
To enter the Race, print out the forms, complete and mail to:

2002 TransPac
c/0 Singlehanded Sailing Society
P.O. Box 1716
Mill Valley, California 94942

Looking forward to a great race!

- rob & sarita

Current Records
Mononull Ray Thayer - 1996 Wild Thing Brewer 60 10 days, 22 hours, 53 minutes
Multihull Steve Fossett - 1998 Lakota 60' trimaran 7days, 22 hours, 38 minutes