SAILED ON SUMMER FRIDAY NIGHTS
SAILED ON AUTUMN SUNDAY AFTERNOONS
BEER CAN RACES
Every Wednesday evening, May - September, from 6 p.m. to Sunset
Competing sailboats of all classes gather at the center mark on Folsom Lake for informal, rabbit start racing (no Race Committee). There is no entry fee and all boats are welcomed to participate. Just show up and look for other sailboats near the center mark.
The animation at left shows how rabbit starts occur. The rabbit is in red. If confused, hail any sailor and they'll be happy to explain.
Summer sunsets and dependable evening breezes make for spectacular sailing.
THE SACRAMENTO VALLEY'S OLDEST AND LARGEST SAILBOAT RACE. SAILED ON TWO DAYS IN APRIL.
A 21-MILE PURSUIT RACE BY KEELBOATS
ANNUAL BANSHEE CLASS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS. BUT, "DON'T BE AFRAID," AS ALL DINGHIES ARE INVITED TO SAIL, TOO.
HONORING FEMALE SAILORS. WOMEN SKIPPERS AND ALL-FEMALE CREWS COMPETE. NO SINGLEHANDED BOATS.
LADY AND THE TRAMP
THE SKIPPER IS SOMEONE WHO DOESN'T NORMALLY STEER THE BOAT
ONE BOAT NOT OTHERWISE NORMALLY SAILED BY ONE PERSON
A LONG-DISTANCE RACE BY DINGHIES