Coyote Point Pacific Cup Racers

If you did not know, the Pacific Cup, which is a semi-annual race between San Francisco and Honolulu, started last week on Monday and looks to be coming to a finish by the end of this week.  Coyote Point is proud to claim three boats that started the race:  Tiki J (Scott Dickinson as skipper),  Serenity (Eric Mueller as Skipper), and Shadowside (Lad Burgin as Skipper).  Serenity and Shadowside are both listed in Division A and started the race on Monday, July 11, 2016 at 10:10.  Tiki J is in Division B and started the race on Tusday, July 12, 2016 at 11:10.

At the time of this writing, Tiki J is leading its division, Shadowside is currently listed in 5th place of its division, and Serenity had to turn back due to a crew injury.  Currently, Serenity appears to be bound for the LA area and should make landfall in about a day or so.  The track of the race can be found here.

More background on the boats and the crews are listed below:



3I6 Serenity.jpg

Serenity’s blog can be found here.

Serenity is a 36 ft Sloop and has a crew of four:  Skipper Eric Mueller, navigator Sheri Hunt, and crew members Bob Adams and James Williams.




Shadowside’s blog can be found here.

Shadowside is a 40ft Ketch and carries a crew of four:  Skipper Lad Burgin and crew members Kathleen McGraw, Kimber Oswald, and Alejandro H Dorazio.


Tiki J First Ocean Race - Cropped.jpg

Tiki J’s blog can be found here.

Tiki J is a 42 ft Sloop and has a crew of 6:  Skipper Scott Dickinson, Navigator Brad Worsham, and Crew Kim Worsham, Max Dickinson, Cody Dickinson, and Vincent Swerkes.

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