|2014 Long Beach Race Week June 27-29, 2014|
|2016 Long Beach Race Week June 24-26, 2016|
Race Week Boat Charter
Want to sail LBRW but don't want to bring / transport your boat?
Charter a Catalina 37 and sail in the Catalina 37 US National Championships.
Boats can be chartered by completing the Online Entry AND contacting the
Charter Manager in order to complete the required charter paperwork.
This is a two step process, and both steps MUST be completed in order to
secure your boat and register for the regatta.
The Catalina 37 yachts are owned and operated by the Long Beach Sailing
Foundation, which provides and manages a full schedule of yachting,
educational, social, and public outreach programs to children and young adults.
Random Leg PHRF and ORCA
The Long Beach Race Week random leg courses will be run over a course around
San Pedro Bay using fixed navigational points, providing a variety of beating,
reaching, and running. The races will be of longer distance and greater duration
than the buoy racing.
Coastal Cup and LBRW
Competitors in the San Francisco to Santa Catalina Island 2013 Coastal Cup
wishing to race in Long Beach Race Week will be provided free guest moorings
on a first come - first served basis, beginning June 23 through July 2. Coastal Cup
competitors who have registered for LBRW, should contact the Waterfront Director
at the Long Beach Yacht Club directly for guest moorings.
Please Note: The Alamitos Bay Marina will be under construction during the event.
Various slips, gangways and end ties may not be available. Other berthing
arrangements are being made by the Organizing Authority.
Race Week Information
|Early Entry discount deadline: June 10, 2013|
|Entry deadline: June 25, 2013|
The following information is provided for competitors participating in
|Long Beach Race Week.|
Yacht Club Challenge
In addition to individual awards, this year's competition will include the Yacht Club
Challenge Trophy. Teams must be comprised of three yachts, which can be from
either a single yacht club, or from geographically recognized regions; such as the
Pacific Northwest, Gulf Coast, British Columbia or Texas. One of the three team
yachts must compete in the Catalina 37 class, and they will be eligible to win the
Catalina 37 National Championship as well. Special arrangements have been
made with the Long Beach Sailing Foundation for the charter of these boats (see
the section below for Charter information. To enter your team, please complete the
Yacht Club Challenge Entry Form
The Shore Boat will be operating during the
regatta between ABYC and LBYC. This service
will be provided on all three evenings.
The Friday night regatta party is at ABYC. The
Saturday night Mt. Gay Rum party, and the
Sunday Trophy Presentation party are at LBYC.
Make your trip on the Shore Boat, enjoy the
music, great food and drink, and relive the day’s
action with Kattack on the big screen and daily
Please Note: There will be NO boat service on
Friday morning of the regatta.
One Design, and PHRF Buoy Racing
Buoy racing for One Design, and PHRF fleets on three racing areas; Alpha, Bravo
and Charlie, each with separate race committees. Alpha and Bravo will be Ocean
courses with racing beyond the Federal Breakwater in the Pacific Ocean. Charlie
will be located inside the Federal Breakwater between Islands Chaffee, Freeman
Ride the Shore Boat to the Post-Race Parties
Long Beach Race Week Home >
Three days of fun racing and post-race parties
Add Long Beach Race Week 2013 to
your racing calendar:
June 28 - 30, 2013
Join us for three days of racing on the
beautiful waters surrounding Long
Beach, and enjoy the unique nightlife of
2nd Street and Belmont Shore.
|Open 5.70 North American Championship|
|Olson 30 National Championship|
|Farr 40 West Coast Championship|
|Viper 640 Pan-American Championship Qualifier|
|J/80, J/105, J/109, and J/120 Southern California High Point Series|
LONG BEACH RACE WEEK
June 28-30, 2013
Race Week includes the following Championships
June 30, 2013: Ullman Sails LBRW deals the highs and lows
Ullman Sails Long Beach Race Week brought broken hearts to some but a happy
daze to others in a wild windup to the West Coast's largest keelboat regatta
Sunday, co-hosted by the adjacent Long Beach and Alamitos Bay Yacht Clubs
Daniel Woolery felt the experience both ways, and four of the other 14 class
winners came from behind to prevail on the third and final day---Jay Golison of
ABYC in Viper 640s, David Hood of LBYC in Catalina 37s, Bob Lane of LBYC on
his Medicine Man in Random Leg 1 and Tony Festa of California YC in Open
5.70s. (read full story here)