Recent News

The SF2SF race is currently on hold. Race organizers have decided the indefinite postponement is necessary while the race seeks a primary sponsor.

We know this will be a disappointment to many, as it certainly is to us. We have not given up on the idea, and have been encouraged by the tremendous interest the race has elicited, including yours. However, our enthusiasm has been tempered by the financial realities of creating a world class event.

Many individuals have been very... read more

Thank you CYC!  We were really pleased to see nearly 70 ocean racing aficionados attend our latest presentation at the Corinthian Yacht Club on October 3rd.  Jim and Cree were as entertaining as ever, providing an overview of SF2SF, as well as a fascinating look into the history of ro... read more

We are excited to announce that Ronnie Simpson will be racing in SF2SF. Ronnie is an inspiring sailor.  Wounded in combat near Fallujah, Iraq in 2004 while serving in the US Marine Corps, Ronnie was medically retired from service.  After his return to the US, Ronnie established himself as a competitive sailor, ultimately winning his class in an epic come from behind effort in the 2012 Singlehanded Transpac.  Ronnie has also founded a non-profit program to teach wounded and... read more

Check out this fantastic piece of artwork from Ilgonis Balodis, a sailor from Latvia who is planning to participate in the race.  Translation: "We will be there on November 28, 2015!"  Thanks Ilgonis -- we hope other entrants are as creative as you are! You can learn more about Ilgonis and his sailing here:

We’ve created a video showing the course for SF2SF in detail.   It’s the first course of its kind and, importantly, a chance to set a new world record.  With the huge expanse of the Pacific at both the start and the end, it will provide a fascinating array of strategic choicest for round the world sailors.  You can... read more