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• BOAT SHOW GUIDE •

and Marine Sports Expo

April 6-9, 2017

Craneway Pavilion and Marina Bay Yacht Harbor, Richmond, CA

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Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show and Marine Sports Expo

April 6-9 • Craneway Pavilion and Marina Bay Yacht Harbor, Richmond, CA LOCATION

In the historic Craneway Pavilion and Marina Bay Yacht Harbor in Richmond, CA. See pages 40-46 for accommodations, transportation, directions and parking details. No pets are allowed in the show. Only guide dogs, signal dogs, or other animals individually trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability are allowed.

SHOW HOURS Thursday, April 6: Friday, April 7: Saturday, April 8: Sunday, April 9:

10 a.m. – 6 p.m. 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

ADMISSION One-Day Adult Ticket Two-Day Adult Ticket (online only) Four-Day Pass (online only) Children 12 and younger

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CONTENTS Ticket Information/Show Hours ..........................4 Sail America President’s Welcome ....................6 New Boat Showcase ....................................... 8-10 Cool Products ................................................ 12-14 Discover the On-the-Water Lifestyle .................16 Show Highlights ............................................ 18-20 Advance Registration Seminars ................. 22-26 Free Seminars ................................................ 28-30 Let’s Party ....................................................... 32-34 Exhibitor List .................................................. 36-39 Accommodations ................................................40 Travel and Contacts.............................................42 Transit and Parking .............................................44 The Venue .............................................................45 Directions .............................................................46 Advertisers’ Index ................................................47 SKIP THE LINES – PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE

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The Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show and Marine Sports Expo • April 6-9, 2017 A Four-Day Boating Extravaganza! I am excited to welcome you to the 22nd Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show at the Marina Bay Yacht Harbor and Craneway Pavilion. The Boating Extravaganza is set on 25 waterfront acres, in the award-winning architecturally significant Craneway Pavilion at Marina Bay Yacht Harbor, in the heart of San Francisco Bay. The venue delivers an awe-inspiring panoramic view of the Bay, providing an amazing look at the San Francisco skyline and surrounding waterfront environment. The Boating Extravaganza — formerly Strictly Sail Pacific — provides everything for the water enthusiast; and this year the event is even bigger. Whether you are new to sailing, a casual boating enthusiast or a veteran blue-water cruiser, this four-day event is the place to immerse yourself in the world of marine sports and the boating lifestyle. Enjoy the great outdoors while discovering all the new boat designs that the world’s leading manufacturers offer. All in one place, you will find the newest boats, boat types and styles for every boating interest. Better yet, the display will showcase a wide range of marine electronics, boating gear, and water lifestyle accessories for fun and safety on and around the water. 2017 Expanded Boat Show Extravaganza offers: • Over 50,000 square feet of exhibit hall space filled with boating gear, hardware and accessories. • Sailboats from 12 feet to 55 feet. • Motor Yachts at the In-Water Display (new for 2017). • Discover Sailing and Discover Boating, where you can experience boating for the first time or expand your knowledge with one of the many hands-on, on-the-water learning classes! • New products. • Cruisers Seminar Series, offering over 90 free seminars on topics ranging from cruising destinations to outfitting your boat. Learn from the experts on a host of topics from cool products newly introduced to the industry and long-distance family cruising, to weather and communications. • Advanced Boating Seminars, where you will hear from some of the most experienced presenters who will help you bring your cruising knowledge to the next level. Sign up for Mahina Expedition’s Offshore Cruising Seminar to learn the realistic and practical aspects of ocean cruising and its current costs. Or, participate in Nigel Calder’s hands-on workshops on Understanding and Troubleshooting Electrical Systems and Diesel Engines. There is also the Marine Weather, Seamanship & Navigation Strategies & Boat Outfitting Symposium: The Ultimate Cruising Symposium. A one-day intensive program that simplifies complex issues involving weather, seamanship and navigation strategies, and highlights the importance of boat outfitting. Presented by highly experienced industry leaders Pam Wall, Chris Branning and Lee Chesneau. These are just a few of the many learning opportunities available! • Author’s Corner, where you will find the latest nautical books and meet the sailors that have ‘been there and done that.’ • Special Events, with Stand-Up Paddleboard demonstrations and remote-controlled sailboat races. • Exciting food choices, on-site restaurants and an assortment of Bay Area food trucks. • Free shuttle service to ensure getting around the show is as enjoyable as it is easy. One thing is for certain…if you’re into boating or have any interest in the on-water lifestyle, this is THE place to be April 6-9, 2017. Come with friends or bring the family! I hope to see you there.

22nd Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show (formerly Strictly Sail Pacific) Association Manager Katie Kelly Sales Manager Sara Watson Operations Manager Jorgen Bateman Show Office Support Stephanie Grove Seminar Coordinator Kayce Florio Discover Sailing Coordinator Jorgen Bateman

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New Boat Showcase OCEANIS 45

DEHLER 34 – Northern CA debut

When it comes to upholding the Beneteau tradition of quality, innovation and attention to detail, the Oceanis 45 has always been at the front of the line. Built to combine safety, luxury and performance, the Oceanis 45 has cornered the market when it comes to blue-water versatility. Intelligent use of space allows a range of options below deck, including two heads with a choice of two, three, or four cabins. The skillfully designed interior is bright and maximizes storage space. See her at the Passage Nautical display.

Recently awarded Cruising World’s 2017 Boat of the Year in the Performance Cruiser category, the Dehler 34 combines the comfort of a luxury yacht and the performance of a racing yacht with a sporty and elegant exterior and a spacious interior featuring the specially developed Dehler Uni Door Concept, with one door for three rooms. History and high-tech combined in one yacht.

HANSE 315 – Northern CA debut

JEANNEAU ODYSSEY 349

The multi-award-winning Hanse 315 features outstanding sailing properties, a well-thought-out deck layout, self-tacking jib, and a light and airy interior with 2 layout options. This boat fulfills requirements of all future owners, regardless of whether you prefer sporty sailing, relaxing holidays or spending time together on board with family and friends; all with an attractive base price of $108,000. Come see her at the Hanse Yachts display.

From the very first glance, the Sun Odyssey 349 captivates with her pure lines, generous interior volume and inviting cockpit. Whether in the cockpit or at the helm, at anchorage or at sea, you will enjoy taking full advantage of this seaworthy, stable and easy-to-handle sailboat. See her at the Cruising Yachts display.

J/88

Catalina 425 – Northern CA debut

The 29-ft family speedster with stability, style and sailing comfort, hits the sweet spot in J/Boats’ performance sprit range. Large enough to provide the creature comforts of a sit-in cockpit, inboard diesel, overnighting interior and head – and small enough to be single-point lifted, owner trailered and stored.

The 425 incorporates all of Catalina’s hallmark features: a functional, spacious cockpit, a comfortable, carefully detailed interior, and all the 5 Series features that have redefined the Catalina brand. The deck includes twin helms on performance pedestals with pre-stretched cables. Hull features six large fixed ports recessed into the hull for lots of light and visibility.

The order backlog is building, so come have a look and at the Sail California display and order your J/88 today. Page 8 • Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show Guide • April 2017

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New Boat Showcase NEW SWIFT TRAWLER 30

JEANNEAU NC11

The Swift Trawler 30 is the newest model in the range and represents Beneteau’s continuing quest to define the trawler as it should be. She packs all the luxury, performance and power you’d expect to find aboard a 40-foot boat. Her stylish, contemporary lines distinguish her from the rest. Built for traveling long distances as much as for enjoying anchorages and stopovers, the Swift Trawler 30’s open layout is a plus for any voyage. See her at Passage Nautical.

Contemporary elegance is complemented by total transparency and seamless space. The modular internal features are restrained and comfortable: cabins, huge bathroom, salon, storage, and more. A panoramic view and a fully equipped helm station make coastal cruising easy and enjoyable. Bright natural lighting and excellent ventilation bring you closer to the elements.

PRINCESS P49 FLY

BAVARIA S40 COUPE

Cutting through the waves at speeds up to 35 knots or cruising at a highly economical 30 knots, the new Princess 49 promises to be sublimely enjoyable. She combines the latest Volvo IPS pod drive system with a new modified deep-V hull, providing ease of handling and maneuverability. Her social flybridge arrangement enjoys a twin helm seat, convertible L-shaped sofa and generous seating aft.

The S40 Coupe simply cannot be surpassed for variability. Large windows and doors transform the stern into a balcony and the cockpit into a saloon whenever you want, while the sophisticated lighting concept offers a 360-degree view at all times. With two double cabins and a large saloon with galley, the S40 Coupe is more than just a weekend motor yacht. The S40 exudes luxury and sportiness with unique spaciousness. See her at the JK3 display.

Come see her at the Silver Seas Yachts display.

Come see her at the Cruising Yachts display.

JEANNEAU VELASCO 37F

TIARA 3100 CORONET

Although slightly more compact, reinforcing a sense of intimacy and well-being, the new Velasco 37F is just as elegant as the Velasco 43F. Inside, every detail has been designed to increase window area, for a bright living space with magnificent 360° views. With her twin engines with shaft drive and thrusters, the Velasco 37F redefines the modern power cruiser – dedicated to family fun on the water. See the Cruising Yachts display.

While maintaining the heritage of the original Tiara Series, the 31 Tiara presents herself with a touch of elegance and style only seen from a manufacturer with over 60 years of luxury boat-building experience. The classic lines and timeless sheer are matched with modern features and benefits complementing her American made pedigree. This popular boat has been a big hit in the Bay Area as it combines seakeeping a kin to a larger yacht and has huge cockpit space for many guests out for a day’s cruise on the water. See the Silver Seas Yachts display.

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J/121

J/112E

J/97E

J/95

J/88

J/70

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Discover the Lastest from J/Boats at Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show 121

Offshore speedster. More speed with less crew.

The new J/121 (pronounced 1-2-1) is a 40’ offshore speedster that can be day raced or distance sailed by just five or less crew. The best shorthanded J ever and capable of winning on any race track while also excelling in daysailing and weekend mode. Here’s a boat, class and program that redefines sailboat racing as a recreation and shared adventure with friends. It fulfills the growing need to simplify life and reconnect with those you really want to sail with.

The 29-ft Family Speedster with Stability, Style and Sailing Comfort

Pure sailing boat. Fast, easy to sail, and comfortable.

With a family crew, the J/97E can cruise anywhere with unparalleled ease in sumptuous accommodations. Underneath that exotic, sinfully luxurious interior is a pure thoroughbred – the unbridled, raw power of a Ferrari 12-cylinder engine rumbling to a roar to blast you around the track while you relax in Rolls Royce ultra-leather comfort and relish Jaguar-like silkiness in the S-turns – a rare combination indeed.

The J/88 hits the sweet spot in J/Boats’ performance sprit range – large enough to provide the creature comforts of a sit-in cockpit, inboard diesel, overnighting interior and head; and small enough to be single-point lifted, and owner trailered and stored. The order backlog is building, so come have a look and order your J/88 today.

Come to the show to learn more about the newest in the J/Boat line-up. We’ll then make arrangements for the best part of any J/Boat – the not-to-be missed test sail. Call San Francisco (510) 523-8500 • www.sailcal.com April 2017 • Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show Guide • Page 11


Cool Products

Pacific Sail & Power is pleased to feature the following products from some of our exhibitors. Please visit their booths and experience them for yourself! For a complete list of products at the Pacific Sail & Power Show, see the show website at www.pacificboatshow.com.

AB MARINE Shaft Shark New and improved – now with 2x more teeth! This new design features an additional serrated cutting blade for slicing through monofilament and tough aramid fiber ropes. Protect your drive train and propeller with the best rope, line and debris cutter there is. Available for both power and sail. The Shaft Shark is a serrated edge circular blade machined from high quality (316L) type stainless steel. It is easy to install; no drilling, tapping or dismantling. It is available as a split 2x piece unit for quick and simple installation, no need to remove propeller. Also available as a single piece unit for larger diameter shafts. Zero maintenance since there are no moving parts (cutters/bearings/zincs/stops) to maintain or replace annually. Easily re-sharpened if necessary.

BOYE KNIVES Extreme performance, no rust Boye Boat Knives stay sharp through hundreds of clean cuts of high-tech rigging line. Amazing, but true! The cobalt-based blades are permanently rust free and non-magnetic. See our folding and fixed blade models for safety and effectiveness on board. Ongoing cutting demo during show, try it yourself! Made in USA.

FREEDOM LIFT Ultimate Tender Lift Solution The ultimate solution for carrying and launching your tender, dinghy or personal watercraft. This transom-mounted hydraulic system features wireless remote-control operation, the industry’s only easily removable Lift Arms and capacity of 800+ lbs. Page 12 • Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show Guide • April 2017

SAILSTEP Creaky knees making your sailboat feel taller every year? SailStep’s award-winning boarding steps make docking safe and easy. SailStep is rock-steady, with an engineered plastic step folding into a rugged aluminum frame. Compact for travel and weighing only five pounds, SailStep stows just about anywhere. Never sail without a step again! On approach, your crew can step off with dock lines in hand. Or walk your boat out of the slip, and effortlessly step aboard. No hazardous jumping required! Stop by booth C-5 to see if SailStep is the the right boarding solution for you and your crew.

SPAULDING MARINE CENTER Winch Seat Spaulding will display its recreation of the classic winch seat. First introduced by Barient Winch Company over 30 years ago, it has been unavailable – until now. The Spaulding winch seat drops into any currently standard winch and provides a comfortable and cushy chair that the crew will fight over. Shown for the first time at the Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show, the winch seat will have a suggested retail price of $295.


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We are proudly building our Island Packet custom cruising models, the Blue Jacket 40 and the Seaward retractable keel, trailerable yachts at our facility in Largo, Florida. Made in America by a factory team Racer/cruiser $399,000 of craftsmen, let us work with you to build the boat of your dreams.

Contact us at (727)535- 6341 sales@hakemarine.net April 2017 • Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show Guide • Page 13


Cool Products FIRST MATE Solar Panels Introducing a new line of very high-performance marine solar panels and controllers. Complete kits are available with everything you need to install solar on your boat. The new 120-watt marine solar panel is powered by top-quality high-efficiency SunPower solar cells with incredible 22% efficiency. When matched with the all new Tracer MPPT controller, this power plant will keep battery banks charged even for the most demanding power requirements. The new 110-watt flexible marine solar panel is powered by top-quality high-efficiency SunPower solar cells and ideal for mounting on curved surfaces and canvas binimi tops.

MUSTO Gore-Tex™ Ocean Racer Boot New for 2017, Musto has introduced the GoreTex™ Ocean Racer Boot. These boots feature the toughest Gore-Tex™ footwear membrane available. They offer complete waterproof protection with maximum breathability. The Cordura™ gaiter adds extra protection against the elements and the damageprone areas (toes/heels) are reinforced for longevity.

DAVIS INSTRUMENTS Snap Tool – Multi-Key A deck plate key with attitude! The Snap Tool Multi-Key is a hardened stainless steel boating and outdoor tool. Aside from its shackle and two deck plate keys, it features a button snapper and unsnapper, and zipper pull. It has slotted and Phillips head screwdrivers, four hex wrenches, a scraper, cutting blade and bottle opener. It measures 2.75” W x 4.48” L and weighs 2.8 oz. It sells for $12.99. The Davis Snap Tool – MultiKey has won industry awards. At its third annual InNEWvation Award Show, Fisheries Supply Company awarded Davis Instruments’ Snap Tool Multi-Key its highest honor, the 2016 Grand Prize Winner. The Davis Snap Tool also won in the Maintenance category.

MATHIESEN MARINE New! Raymarine AXIOM A powerful new multi-function navigation system with built-in RealVision 3D™ sonar, the all new LightHouse 3 operating system, and blazing fast quad core performance. AXIOM will transform your time on the water!

Available at the Musto booth!

PORTA-BOTE Hi-Tech ALPHA Series Over 41 major engineering advances have been incoporated. An entirely new, unique, patented folding transom means the owner doesn’t have to carry a separate transom anymore – it’s now part of the Porta-Bote. In addition, even special beverage container holders are molded into the sides of the seats. Over 90,000+ original Porta-Botes are already in use around the world. Page 14 • Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show Guide • April 2017

UNITED STATES POWER SQUADRON Boating Skills Virtual Trainer The United States Power Squadron will be featuring their latest Boating Skills Virtual Trainer. The Boating Skills Virtual Trainer is a new way of providing hands-on boating skills for small boat operations featuring a Boston Whaler Dauntless 200 with a Mercury outboard engine. Skill building includes docking, slalom, high-speed stop, leaving from the dock, mooring and man overboard in wind up to 25 knots and currents up to 8 knots in day or night time.


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Discover the On-the-Water Lifestyle WELCOME TO THE DISCOVER SAILING & BOATING CLINICS AT THE PACIFIC SAIL & POWER BOAT SHOW Whether you are a novice or experienced on the water, there is something for everybody in the programs offered at the show. Take a cruise or a clinic with Discover Sailing & Boating. Whether you are a cruiser or a racer, thinking about the next boat or that next charter vacation, or looking to try out the latest boats on offer and learn about their new technologies and styles, one of these programs will be right for you! To help boaters get the most out of their vessels and feel confident when considering their next boat, we are featuring several hands-on on-the-water clinics led by some of the best instructors in the Bay Area. On these pages, you will find full descriptions for all our Discover Sailing & Boating Programs being offered at Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show 2017.

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To learn more or to register for one of these clinics or free excursions, go to www.pacificboatshow.com and click on the ‘Discover Sailing/Boating’ tab. Pre-registration for these events is encouraged, and paid clinics include admission to the show for the day of the clinic (an $18/pp value). CAST OFF FOR CRUISING Have you ever longed to be aboard one of the many sailboats you see on San Francisco Bay as you cross the area bridges? Have you ever dreamed of sailing in a beautiful tropical location? Cast off on a beautiful luxury cruising yacht and learn how easy it can be to make your dreams a reality! Get a taste of cruising US Sailing-style aboard one of Club Nautique’s gorgeous new Beneteau 31s. On this 90-minute sail, you’ll take the helm under the guidance of one of our Coast Guard-licensed captains and get an introduction to sailing. It could change your life! Thursday–Sunday: 10:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m.; 12:30–2:00 p.m.; 2:30–4:00 p.m. Online registration $75 per person; $95 on-site Limited to four people per sail.

POWER CRUISING ON SAN FRANCISCO BAY The Bay Area is home to fantastic destinations on the water, and what better way to get there than by powerboat? Let Club Nautique show you how to begin by joining in on a 90-minute cruise on a brand new Jeanneau NC 9, a premiere boat in our newly enhanced powerboating program. Take the helm for a tutorial of basic powerboat operation while seeing some of the Bay’s famous sights, with one of our Coast Guard-licensed captains. Learn more about how Club Nautique’s new power program can put you at the helm exploring San Francisco Bay and beyond. Thursday–Sunday: 11:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.; 1:00–2:30 p.m.; 3:00–4:30 p.m. Online registration $75 per person; $95 on-site Limited to four people per cruise.

CATAMARAN SAILING CLINIC Are you getting ready for your next charter vacation? Are you curious why so many sailors and charter companies are choosing multihulls? What are the main differences between multihull and monohull sailing? Are you looking to expand your sailing knowledge to include cruising catamarans? Then this is the clinic for you. During this two-hour on-the-water clinic, you will learn to maneuver a large cruising catamaran under both sail and power. You’ll learn about docking, sailing, and general systems of a large cruising catamaran. This clinic is offered Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday and is limited to six people per time slot. Please note: This clinic assumes intermediate sailing skills and experience. The goal is to transfer your existing skills set sailing a monohull to sailing a cruising catamaran – and will not cover basic sailing. Thursday–Sunday: 11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.; 2:00–4:00 p.m. Online registration: $125 per person; $145 on-site Limited to six people per cruise. Page 16 • Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show Guide • April 2017

INTRO TO SAILING A BOAT OVER 40’

Are you considering a bigger boat and want to find out how it feels? Interested in on-board training? This two-hour class is right up your alley! The program is an introduction to sailing a larger boat, applying the skills you have, and understanding new skills you will need to develop feeling comfortable on board. This training will give sailors of all experience levels an opportunity to become more competent and confident in their abilities. If you choose to venture beyond the sailing basics, we’ll expand your horizons by teaching you what you need to know in our ASA Sailing Courses offered by Passage Nautical at our Jack London Square office, or private lessons designed around your sailing goals. Thursday–Sunday: 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.; 2:00–4:00 p.m. Online registration: $125 per person; $145 on-site Limited to six people per class.

TWIN ENGINE CLINIC: CLOSE QUARTER MANEUVERING & DOCKING Is it time for you to get behind the wheel of a larger power boat? Want to try maneuvering with a joystick? This three-hour clinic will teach you how to control a twin-engine vessel in close-quarters maneuvering, instead of the other way around. It is one of the few classes that you will depart or arrive at a dock as part of your training. All our students are pleasantly surprised to find themselves at a much more improved level at the end of this fun session. Following a short discussion about the four forces at work while motoring – prop walk, prop wash, wind, and current – we will review the basic undocking and docking techniques. This is a ‘hands-on’ clinic, so you will be doing the driving. You will practice fairway turns and backing the boat, and then we’ll move into a series of drills designed to lead you to mastery of common docking situations. The clinic is offered by Passage Nautical. Thursday–Sunday: 10:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.; 2:30–5:30 p.m. Online registration: $150 per person; $165 on-site Limited to six people per class.

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Show Highlights Plenty of Fun Things to Do and See! From the novice boater to the old salt, the Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show has something for everyone: a huge selection of the latest boats and boating accessories, an extensive seminar schedule, hands-on boating clinics, live music and parties. STAND UP PADDLE BOARD RACES Hosted by 101 Surf Sports Learn more about the sport that originated in Hawaii and is now one of the fastest growing water sports! Get ‘on board’ and come participate or view the Stand Up Paddle Board Race in the Inner Harbor Basin on the weekend. Multiple races segmented by experience; all races will wrap up at 2:00 p.m. Schedule: Saturday, April 8: Paddle Board Races 2-mile short course – perfect for first timers • 6-mile long course – experienced paddlers 10:30 a.m. Skippers Meeting; 11:00 a.m. Invited Classes: SUP, Prone, Surfski, Outrigger Canoe, Kayak Divisions: Men, Women, Under 18, Masters 55+ Interested? Contact 101 Surf Sports at www.101surfsports.com or call (415) 524-8492. Registration: Online pre-registration $20; Registration on-site $30 Register Online at https://paddleguru.com/races/BoatShowPaddleRaceMarinaBay Where: Marina launch ramp Sunday, April 9: Inflatable Paddle Board Extravaganza Team-building exercise on the SUPsquatch Exhibitor Race – short sprint SUP Tug-o-war on SUPsquatches or individuals • SUP jousting Show up and join in the fun! 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at the marina launch ramp

HANDS-ON SMALL SAIL BOAT DEMOS Hosted by West Coast Sailing New to sailing or just want to try the fun and excitement of small sail boats? Try one of the select demo boats on the water during the boat show. We’re excited to offer demos to customers – free of charge. (Show admittance fee applies.) Sign up online at www.pacificboatshow.com and click ‘Discover Sailing/Boating.’ WETA – Fast and fun 14’ trimaran with a strong fleet in and around the Bay Area. Check out the boat in person that famously handles the city front at its worst, and their website at: www.wetamarine.com. HANSA 303W – This is an Inclusive 10’ Sailboat, used around the world to let everyone from youngsters to seniors, and those with any level of physical ability, sail. Weighted centerboard and reefable main all make this boat exceedingly stable for any sailor. Go to www.hansasailing.com/product/1040-303-wide-complete-boat-ready-to-sail. RS VENTURE CONNECT – The nonprofit California Inclusive Sailing will be showing off one of their small keelboats – the Venture Connect. Fitted with two seats and a weighted keel, the Venture is a three sail, fun and roomy boat for sailors of any physical ability. Check out: www.rssailing.com/us/explore/us-rs-venture-connect. West Coast Sailing will be doing demos all week during the boat show. Register for a free demo online at www.pacificboatshow.com and click ‘Discover Sailing/Boating’, or on the dock. Come see the boats that are growing sailing access around the world. When: Throughout the show Where: Marina launch ramp

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Show Highlights LIFE RAFT DEMONSTRATION Hosted by Sal’s Inflatables Have you ever looked at that white box up on the deck, wondering if you ever needed to inflate it, how you would go about it? Join Sal’s Inflatables/Viking for a live demonstration of their life raft, including a full in-water inflation. You will be able to get a firsthand experience and ask questions about the use and proper maintenance of your current or future life raft. Saturday, April 8 at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 9 at 2:30 p.m. Where: By the Marine launch ramp

THE FIGURE 8 VOYAGE – THE CHALLENGE Hosted by Randall Reeves In the fall of 2017, lone sailor, Randall Reeves, will depart San Francisco for a first-ever circumnavigation of both the American and Antarctic continents in one season. The route will pass through all the world’s oceans, approach both poles, and round Cape Horn twice. The Figure 8 expedition vessel is a 45-foot, flush-deck aluminum sloop. Built in 1989 for German adventurer Clark Stede, she was the first yacht to circumnavigate the Americas in 1993. In 2002 and skippered by Tony Gooch, she was the first yacht to circumnavigate the globe non-stop via the Southern Ocean from a starting point in North America. Randall’s Figure 8 combines these two routes into one epic voyage. See the vessel, climb aboard, and meet Randall at the in-water display or at his seminars. When: Every day during show hours Where: In-Water Display

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Hosted by Sacramento Model Yacht Club and Elk Grove Model Yacht Club Join members of the Sacramento Model Yacht Club (SMYC) and Elk Grove Model Yacht Club, each morning at 10:30 a.m. and again at 2:00 p.m., to enjoy the racing in at least three classes – Santa Barbara 70”, Canterbury J’s 60”, and Infinity 54” – in the Inner Harbor Basin at the show. Watch as the mini yachts make their way through the Basin, keeping you on the edge of your seat for the win. We will also have beginner boats to sail along with an 8-1/2-foot J class replica of Shamrock on display as well as sailing. Visitors will be able to try maneuvering the models with a little supervision. When: Daily at 10:30 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Where: Inner Harbor Basin

WE’RE SAILING AND SUPPING FOR A CURE! Come to the Leukemia Cup Regatta’s booth #D11 to learn more about how you can have FUN and FUNdraise with the 12th Annual Leukemia Cup Regatta and Stand Up Paddle Race (the SUPCUP!). The Pacific Union Leukemia Cup Regatta is the top fundraising regatta in the country for the past 10 years. We are looking for motivated and competitive individuals to spend the day on the SF Bay showing their support to find a cure for blood cancers! Special Event: Join 101 Surf Sports and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society on Saturday, April 8 for the inaugural Stand Up Paddle Board race at the boat show. See the STAND UP PADDLE BOARD RACE for more information.

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Advance Seminars

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Understanding and Troubleshooting Boat Electrical Systems Nigel Calder

Location: Craneway Pavilion Seminar Center Time: 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. (Arrive at 8:45)

Date: Friday, April 7 Cost: $139/person; $249/couple

The number one source of problems on boats large enough to have an electrical system, both power and sail, lies in these electrical systems. Tech guru Nigel Calder, author of the best-selling Boatowner’s Mechanical and Electrical Manual (now in its 4th edition, with over 300,000 copies sold) takes participants through the core design and installation requirements necessary to head off electrical systems problems, and then delves into step-by-step troubleshooting techniques, including using a multimeter, that will rapidly identify most problems should they arise. Not only will you leave class with a far better understanding of your NIGEL CALDER electrical systems and knowing how to fix common problems, but you will also likely save the price of admission by not having to make service calls or swap out perfectly good parts in search of solutions. No previous experience is required.

Mahina Expeditions Offshore Cruising Seminar John Neal, Amanda Swan-Neal and Nigel Calder Location: Craneway Pavilion Seminar Center Time: 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. (Arrive at 8:15)

Date: Saturday, April 8 Cost: $139/person; $249/couple

Self-sufficiency and preparation for your cruising adventures, whether to Mexico, the South Pacific or worldwide, are the focus of this intensive eight-hour seminar. Technical guru and author Nigel Calder joins John and Amanda Neal for 18 dynamic topics illustrated with PowerPoint presentations and documented in included 260-page Offshore Cruising Companion. In-depth topics include: Selecting and Outfitting a Boat for Offshore Cruising, Diesel Engine Overview, Storm Survival Tactics, Rigging and Sails, Communications, Anchoring, Piracy and Security, Managing Your Escape, Cost of Cruising and Best Worldwide Cruising Areas. This is the 164th Offshore Cruising Seminar John and Amanda have presented to 12,000 sailors since 1976. Visit http://www.mahina.com/seminar.html for the list of topics and schedule. John Neal’s 350,000 ocean miles over 43 years include 27 years of conducting 181 worldwide sail-training expeditions aboard Mahina Tiare, a Hallberg-Rassy 46 detailed on www.mahina.com. He is author, co-author, or contributing author of 16 books. John and his wife Amanda annually spend six months at sea, sailing 10,000 miles. Their seminars incorporate the latest information, techniques and resources.

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Amanda Swan Neal’s 310,000 ocean miles include completing the Whitbread Around the World Race as rigger aboard Maiden, two Sydney-Hobart Races and seven Cape Horn roundings. She has worked as a rigger and sailmaker in England, Australia and New Zealand. Additional experience includes coaching women’s international sailing teams and tall ship sail training. She has instructed aboard Mahina Tiare II & III since 1994 and is author of The Essential Galley Companion, plus 120 magazine articles.

Nigel Calder is best known for his Boatowner’s Mechanical and Electrical Manual and Marine Diesel Engines, both considered definitive works. In addition to hundreds of magazine articles, he has also authored A Cruising Guide to the Northwest Caribbean, Cuba: A Cruising Guide, Nigel Calder’s Cruising Handbook: A Compendium for Coastal and Offshore Sailors and How to Read a Nautical Chart. Nigel is currently the Technical Editor or an Associate Editor of PassageMaker, Professional Boatbuilder, Sail, Ocean Navigator and Yachting Monthly magazines, and a freelance consultant on marine energy issues. He and his wife, Terrie, annually cruise Europe aboard their Malo 46, Nada and have spent the last 35 years cruising and writing about the East Coast of North America, Caribbean, Atlantic, U.K, and Scandinavia. Page 22 • Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show Guide • April 2017


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Pacific Cup 2018

Pacific Offshore Academy Location: Craneway Pavilion Seminar Center Time: 11:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. (Arrive at 10:45)

Date: Saturday, April 8 Cost: $45/person (includes same-day entrance to the show)

The “FUN Race to Hawaii” runs every even year from San Francisco to Hawaii. Started in 1980, the race has been enjoyed by thousands of racers sailing well over a million miles in total. The 2018 Pacific Cup will start the week of July 9, 2018, and invites well-prepared boats to race to the warm, welcoming shores of Kaneohe Bay, Oahu. Unique amongst the major distance ocean races, in the run up to the start, participants attend a series of five seminars called the Pacific Offshore Academy (POA). Seminar topics include how to configure and optimize your boat for the race to Hawaii, weather forecasting and navigation, crew selection and training, medical emergency training, provisioning, and a host of other topics designed to prepare the racers for their trip to Hawaii. Each seminar includes a lineup of top ocean sailing experts, from seasoned offshore professionals to electronics and navigation gurus, and veteran amateur racers who can make the material accessible to first timers. The seminar series is designed for skippers and crew of boats either registered for Pac Cup 2018 or seriously considering entry. The Pacific Cup is excited to hold the first seminar of its POA series in the run up to Pac Cup 2018 at the Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show. The seminar will end at 4:00 p.m., giving participants a chance to also attend the boat show and enjoy the hospitality of hosted parties that night.

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Technical guru Nigel Calder joins John & Amanda Neal to co-present 8 hours of detailed instruction with PowerPoint illustration that follow the 260-page Offshore Cruising Companion course book.

Saturday April 8, 8:30-5:30 Pacific Boat Show, Richmond This intensive, exciting and interactive seminar features 18 topics including Choosing the Right Boat, Equipment Selection, Storm Avoidance and Survival, Safety & Medical Concerns, Communications, Anchoring, Galley Essentials, Managing Your Escape, Piracy & Security, & Worldwide Cruising Routes. Seven months a year John and Amanda conduct sail-training expeditions worldwide aboard their Hallberg-Rassy 46, Mahina Tiare. This seminar incorporates the knowledge gained from their combined 658,000 sea miles and 81 years’ experience. Details and registration: sailing@mahina.com | 360.378.6161

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Marine Weather, Seamanship and Navigation Strategies, and Boat Outfitting Symposium: The Ultimate Cruising Symposium Pam Wall and Lee Chesneau Location: Craneway Seminar Pavilion Time: 8:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m. (Arrive at 8:15)

Date: Sunday, April 9 Cost: $139/person; $249/couple

This one-day intensive program simplifies complex issues involving weather (WX) as well as the importance of boat outfitting. LEE CHESNEAU, SENIOR MARINE METEOROLOGIST Marine WX Fundamentals for Offshore Cruising including WX Forecasting, Decision Making, and Vessel Routing • A critical discussion of marine watches, advisories and warnings as issued by the U.S. National Weather Service (NWS) and Environment Canada; from Small Craft Advisories/High Wind Warnings, to Gale, Storm, and Hurricane Force watches and warnings. • Tying in the three core synoptic scale charts as generated from the NWS’s Ocean Prediction Center (OPC): Surface pressure; upper air 500 Mb, wind/wave analyses and forecast products. • A hands-on exercise of understanding the key components of the previously noted synoptic scale products (charts), ranging from wind plots, fronts, troughs, squall and shear lines, clouds and local surface WX conditions, to upper air 500 mb flow patterns, wind and wave products (regional feet versus full ocean in meters); all products depicted on navigation-friendly Mercator projection backgrounds.

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Advance Seminars

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Marine Diesel Engines: Maintenance and Troubleshooting Nigel Calder

Location: Craneway Pavilion Seminar Center Time: 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. (Arrive at 8:45)

Date: Sunday, April 9 Cost: $139/person, $249/couple

The diesel engine is a critically important piece of safety equipment aboard any cruising boat. Tech guru Nigel Calder, author of the best-selling Marine Diesel Engines (now in its 3rd edition, and used as a text book in numerous diesel classes), brings his unique brand of humor to a seminar for boatowners, both power and sail, that want to get the most out of their time on the water. Distinguishing between contemporary and older diesels, Calder takes a careful look at fuel, oil, cooling, airflow and powertrain systems, describing in detail all normal maintenance procedures together with basic troubleshooting techniques for common diesel engine problems – defining what the untrained boatowner can reasonably be expected to do and what should not be attempted. You will come away from this seminar with an enhanced understanding of your engine and the confidence to carry out routine maintenance, which alone will save you the price of admission. No previous experience is required.

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John Neal’s 350,000 offshore miles include six Cape Horn roundings plus voyages to Antarctica and Spitsbergen. Since 1976, John’s passion has been sharing his knowledge of ocean cruising through 175 sail-training expeditions worldwide aboard Mahina Tiare III, a Hallberg-Rassy 46 detailed on www.mahina.com.

Since the early ‘60s, adventure has been a way of life for Bob. He worked as a traveling companion and bodyguard for Evel Knievel, then in the early ‘70s, he started sailing. For more than 30 years he lived aboard sailboats and cruised most of the Pacific and Central America. In 1996, he created Latitudes and Attitudes magazine.

Amanda Swan-Neal completed the Whitbread Race as rigger aboard Maiden, and has 30 years’ involvement in international racing and sail training. She has worked as a rigger and sailmaker in England, Australia and New Zealand.

More recently, Bob and his wife Jody created Cruising Outpost magazine. He divides his time between publishing, writing, world cruising, doing seminars on sailing, riding his Harley and writing books. He has written eight books: Biker to Sailor (his newest), Letters From The Lost Soul, The Sailing Life, Brotherhood of Outlaws, BIKER, Emerald Bay, King Harbor and Starboard Attitude.

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Lee Chesneau is highly experienced senior marine meteorologist and graduate from one of the elite universities that offer degrees in meteorology, the University of Wisconsin (Madison). His Bachelor of Science Degree in Meteorology was Lee’s ticket to a distinguished and extensive career with NOAA’s National Weather Service and Satellite Service. Lee also served as a U.S. Navy civilian Ship Routing Officer, a Route Analyst for a major commercial ship routing company, and his first career start as a naval officer, where he served at several U.S. Navy Fleet Weather Centers (Rota, SP, and Norfolk, VA), and on aircraft carriers (USS Saratoga CV-60 and USS Guam LPH-9).

Zack Smith

Zack Smith has spent a good part of his life researching how parachute sea anchors and drogues behave in changing seas. This led him to an industryfirst – his ‘Constant Rode Tension Theory.’ Zack is an internationally known expert on para-anchors and storm drogues. As head of research and design for Fiorentino, he conducted years of sea trials resulting in numerous patents and awards.

Liza Copeland

Liza Copeland is the award-winning writer of four best-selling books on cruising, which includes narratives about circumnavigating with a young family and a trip around North and Central America, along with a practical how-to text. She and husband Andy have now completed 123,000 miles to 114 countries in their current boat Bagheera besides many more miles offshore racing, cruising other boats and completing deliveries. She also writes for a variety of magazines and gives seminars worldwide on sailing and travel. When not traveling the world she enjoys life in Vancouver. BC.

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Patrik grew up sailing. (His mother put him under a sail to sleep as a baby!) A trained scientist, Patrik holds a PhD from the Royal University in Stockholm, several patents, and has 30 years experience in medical technology. Retiring from that field in 2001, he got a chance to combine his experience and his love of boating by starting a company making solar panels for marine use. This year Patrik finally decided to spend more time at sea and less in running a business, but he is still active, part time, in solar design. Page 28 • Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show Guide • April 2017

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Randall grew up reading about and dreaming of the sea. He learned to sail on the rivers of central California and interviewed world-famous solo sailor, Bernard Moitessier, for his college radio station, an event that changed his life. Randall’s blue-water sailing began in 2006 when he crewed on a 40-foot boat for a 26-day, 3,000 mile passage from Hawaii to British Columbia where “everything went gloriously wrong.” He was hooked. In 2010, Randall departed San Francisco for a two-year, 12,000-mile solo loop of the Pacific in a 30-foot sailboat. Randall crewed the Northwest Passage in 2014, a grueling 65 days over an ice-strewn 5,000-mile course aboard one of only seven boats to complete the Arctic run that year. Randall’s preparations in 2016 have included long passages aboard his new Figure 8 boat from Kodiak, Alaska to Hawaii and back to his home in San Francisco, a total of 7,000 miles. Randall is a licensed master of vessels to 50 gross tons.

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Virginia and Robert Gleser have just completed their 16th year of cruising their Islander Freeport 40, ketch, Harmony, from San Francisco to Mexico, and beyond to Latin American and Ecuador. They have been married for 45 years, and have raised eight children. When their last child went off to college in 2000, they sold their business and headed out the Golden Gate and turned left to cruise in warm climes as long as it was fun. Virginia has written the book entitled Harmony on the High Seas, When Your Mate Becomes Your Matey, that has earned rave reviews from the cruising community.

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Wendy is the author of Tightwads on the Loose, about the sevenyear voyage she took with her husband, Garth Wilcox. With years of ocean voyaging and racing experience, this dynamic duo has plenty of wisdom and stories to share. Together they sailed 34,000 miles, which culminated in the hit book, Tightwads on the Loose, instead of a divorce. Prior to their adventure together, Garth sailed around the globe with his family and managed to survive a shipwreck, as well as threats from storms, pirates, gun boats, mines and thieves, a broken rig, scurvy and starvation. Garth learned how to McGyver his way around the world. Come learn from the lessons of those who have gone before.

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The three-cabin interior is carefully detailed with lots of drawers and solid teak fiddles and trim, complemented with maple hull panels, creating a bright, yet warm and inviting, traditionally crafted atmosphere. ar Ye he

All of the famous 5 Series features are incorporated, including all L.E.D. lighting, 28" lifelines, and excellent access to all machinery and systems. At Catalina, it’s all about creating the best possible ownership experience. So if you’re looking for a long-term relationship with a high-quality American brand, take a closer look at Catalina; the 425 may be just the right boat for your extended cruise.

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Let’s Party Celebrate TGIF

Friday evening brings extra fun as several exhibitors kick back and host parties in their booths for show attendees. The exhibit hall and docks are lively and full of great opportunities for boaters seeking the best deals, all while you’re having a terrific time. Start the weekend with a bang at Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show!

Baja Ha-Ha, Pacific Puddle Jump and Circumnavigators’ Reunion Friday, April 7, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Your Twin Rivers Policy Comes W ith An Agent!

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A four-day event showcasing hundreds of the latest boats, gear and accessories – and over one hundred free seminars and interactive activilities for young aspiring as well as serious sailors. APRIL 6-9, 2017 CRANEWAY PAVILION RICHMOND, CA

MEET THE TEAM AT BOOTH H-1

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The crew of Latitude 38 invites all Baja Ha-Ha veterans, Pacific Puddle Jump vets, and West Coast circumnavigators – plus anyone who wishes they were, or hopes to be someday – for a reunion party on Friday, April 7, at Latitude 38’s booth C1. Swap some tall tales about cruising Central and South America, the Caribbean, and the South Pacific, and see who’s completed a circumnavigation. Latitude 38 will bring some snacks and beverages. You bring your smile, dreams, and your memories.

40th Anniversary!


Gabriel Ley (Marina Manager) marina@marinacostabaja.com Toll Free 888-866-9394 www.marinacostabaja.com

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Cutting Edge

Let’s Party Don’t Miss the Cruisers’ Party Saturday, April 8, at 6:00 p.m. More than a dozen years ago, Bob Bitchin and Jody of Cruising Outpost created the Cruisers’ Party at the then Strictly Sail Pacific. Cruisers come from all over to enjoy this annual celebration of the cruising lifestyle. Eric Stone will be live and in concert, while you enjoy a slice of pizza and a beer or glass of wine.

NEW

Offshore Knife • • • •

Lightweight One Hand Opening Straight or Serrated Locking Blade Superior Blade Sharpness And Durability There will be great raffle prizes, including a Kanberra Gel gift box, Pure water + filter system from Forespar, Hook & Moor boat tool and many more. Proceeds go to The Educational Tall Ship Foundation Project S/V Matthew Turner, being built in Sausalito, CA. The event is free and open to all show attendees and exhibitors. It starts when the show closes at 6:00 p.m. You must be in the show prior to closing to attend. Be part of the biggest, most fun cruising party of the year!

world’s highest quality yacht hardware

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Please visit www.pacificboatshow.com for the latest show news and updates.


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Exhibitors

In Alphabetical Order

California Department of Boating and Waterways ...............Craneway Pavilion G8

AB Marine ...............Craneway Pavilion K3

Cali-Optics Importer ..............Craneway Pavilion I13

Adidas Sailing USA ............... Craneway Pavilion E6

Cape Hatteras Marine, Inc. ..............Craneway Pavilion I15

Afterguard Sailing Academy ..............Craneway Pavilion I14

Carefree Boat Club of San Francisco Bay ............... Craneway Pavilion F3

Alerion Yachts ...................................... In-Water AME Captain’s Licensing ...............Craneway Pavilion A4 American Battery Company ...............Craneway Pavilion C4

Catalina Yachts ...................................... In-Water Click Heat, Inc. ........... Craneway Pavilion B3 & Marina Exhibition Tent T23

Cutco Cutlery ...............Craneway Pavilion G6

EWOL S.r.l. .............Craneway Pavilion G14

Dan Boater .............Craneway Pavilion G12

Faceline ............ Craneway Pavilion H13

Davis Instruments .............Craneway Pavilion K10

Farallone Yacht Sales ...................................... In-Water

Dehler Yachts ...................................... In-Water

Farmers Insurance Agency ...... Marina Exhibition Tent T34

Delta Sailing School ............... Craneway Pavilion E3

Fiorentino Para Anchor ............... Craneway Pavilion J4

Discover Sailing & Boating .........................................Marina

First Mate Marine, Inc. ............. Craneway Pavilion E16

Doyle Sailmakers ............... Craneway Pavilion J6

Forespar ...............Craneway Pavilion K5

Dragonfly ...................................... In-Water

Four Seas ........ Marina Exhibition Tent T3

Dream Yacht Charter .............Craneway Pavilion B16

Freedom Boat Club – California Delta ...... Marina Exhibition Tent T27

Annapolis Hybrid Marine ............. Craneway Pavilion J15

Club Nautique ........... Craneway Pavilion B6 & In-Water

ATN, Inc. ............... Craneway Pavilion L9

CNB/Lagoon ...................................... In-Water

B&G Navico ............. Craneway Pavilion E11

Coastal Climate Control (Veco) ............ Craneway Pavilion H16

Dutchmar .............. Craneway Pavilion D1

Coyote Point Yacht Club ........ Marina Exhibition Tent T4

Easom Rigging and Racing .............Craneway Pavilion B10

CPT Autopilot ...............Craneway Pavilion G2

Electric Yacht ..............Craneway Pavilion I16

Cruise RO Water and Power .............. Craneway Pavilion D2

Ella Vickers Recycled Sailcloth .............. Craneway Pavilion D4

Bainbridge International .............Craneway Pavilion C15 Bavaria Yachts ...................................... In-Water Bay Area Boat Loans Intercoastal Financial Group ........ Marina Exhibition Tent T1 Bay Marine Boatworks, Inc. ................Craneway Pavilion I4

Cruisers Yachts ...................................... In-Water

Beneteau America ...................................... In-Water

Cruising Outpost ............Craneway Pavilion M11

Beta Marine West/ H&M Marine Services ...............Craneway Pavilion K2

Cruising Yachts ...................................... In-Water

Boatswain’s Locker ...............Craneway Pavilion A6 Boye Knives ............... Craneway Pavilion E9 Brickyard Cove Marina .............. Craneway Pavilion D3

Dubarry of Ireland ............... Craneway Pavilion L7

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Garhauer Marine ...............Craneway Pavilion C8 Garmin USA ............ Craneway Pavilion D16 Hallberg-Rassy ...................................... In-Water Handcraft Mattress Company .............Craneway Pavilion C16

Encinal Yacht Club ...............Craneway Pavilion C7

Hanse Yachts ...................................... In-Water

Essex Credit ............... Craneway Pavilion J3

Helms Yacht Sales ...................................... In-Water

Euro Marine Trading, Inc. ...............Craneway Pavilion G3

Helmut’s Marine ...............Craneway Pavilion G1

Please check our website at www.pacificboatshow.com for updated exhibitor listings, boats on display, and seminar information.

Bruce Brown & Associates .............Craneway Pavilion K13

Freedom Lift ...... Marina Exhibition Tent T35

Hydrovane International Marine ............. Craneway Pavilion E15 HyperVent Marine ...............Craneway Pavilion G4 Imtra Corporation ..............Craneway Pavilion M7


Exhibitors

In Alphabetical Order – cont’d

Mariners General Insurance Group ........ Marina Exhibition Tent T2

Inflatable Boat Specialists ......... Craneway Outdoor BU15

Maritime Institute ............. Craneway Pavilion L14

Iverson’s Design, Inc. ............ Craneway Pavilion D15

Maritimo Yachts ...................................... In-Water

J/Boats ...................................... In-Water

Marquis Yachts ...................................... In-Water

Jeanneau America ...................................... In-Water

Mathiesen Marine ............... Craneway Pavilion F6

JK3 Nautical Enterprises ...................................... In-Water

Mechanical Advantage ...... Marina Exhibition Tent T35

Johnson Hicks Marine Electronics ............ Craneway Pavilion D10

Mexican Association of Tourist Marinas ............... Craneway Pavilion J9

Johnson Marine (C. Sherman Johnson Company, Inc.) .............Craneway Pavilion K11

Modern Sailing School & Club ...............Craneway Pavilion C2

Kanberra Group ............... Craneway Pavilion L8 KKMI ........... Craneway Outdoor BU1 Lagoon Catamarans ...................................... In-Water

Latitude 38 Media, LLC ...............Craneway Pavilion C1 Leader Yachts ...................................... In-Water Lee Sails of California ...............Craneway Pavilion C9 Leukemia Cup Regatta ............ Craneway Pavilion D11 Magic Masseuse .............. Craneway Pavilion D8 MagicEzy .............Craneway Pavilion K11 Mantus Anchors .............Craneway Pavilion K16 Marina Bay Yacht Harbor ............. Craneway Pavilion E14

Moody Yachts ...................................... In-Water Moorings North America, The ............... Craneway Pavilion J5 Musto ............... Craneway Pavilion L1 NC11 (Jeanneau) ...................................... In-Water New England Ropes ...............Craneway Pavilion G9 New Found Metals ............... Craneway Pavilion J7 North Sails ............... Craneway Pavilion F1 Oakland Yacht Club .............. Craneway Pavilion D5 Oceanic Yacht Sales ...................................... In-Water

Oceanvolt ............. Craneway Pavilion J10

Richard Boland Yacht Sales ...................................... In-Water

Orange Coast Yachts ...................................... In-Water

Richards Marine Marketing .............. Craneway Pavilion H9

Owl Harbor Marina ............... Craneway Pavilion E4

Richmond Convention and Visitors Bureau ...............Craneway Pavilion B4

Pacific Cup ...................................... In-Water Pantaenius America Ltd. ...............Craneway Pavilion B1 Park Presidio Marine ......Craneway Pavilion I9 & I10 Passage Nautical ...................................... In-Water Pineapple Sails ............... Craneway Pavilion L5 Polar Power ............. Craneway Pavilion J13 Polyform US .............Craneway Pavilion K13 Porta-Bote International .............Craneway Pavilion C16 Princess Yachts ...................................... In-Water Principal Financial Group ............. Craneway Pavilion L11 PYI, Inc. ............ Craneway Pavilion H15 Quantum Sails ............... Craneway Pavilion J1 Raymarine/FLIR ............. Craneway Pavilion F16 Recreation Publications ............ Craneway Pavilion D13 Renewal by Andersen ............... Craneway Pavilion F4

Please check our website at www.pacificboatshow.com for updated exhibitor listings, boats on display, and seminar information.

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Ronstan .............Craneway Pavilion G15 Rum Reggae, Inc. ...............Craneway Pavilion A1 Sacramento Model Yacht Club ........ Marina Exhibition Tent T1 Sail California ...................................... In-Water Sail SF Bay ............... Craneway Pavilion E8 Sail Time ...................................... In-Water Sailology, LLC ............... Craneway Pavilion E1 SailStep, LLC ...............Craneway Pavilion C5 SailTime San Francisco ...................................... In-Water Samson Ropes ...............Craneway Pavilion K9 San Francisco Estuary Partnership .............Craneway Pavilion G10 San Juan Sailing ............... Craneway Pavilion F5 Scanmar International ...............Craneway Pavilion K1 Sea Bags ............. Craneway Pavilion L10

Sea Magazine .............. Craneway Pavilion D6 Seahawk Paints .............Craneway Pavilion K14 Seahorse Marine ...................................... In-Water


BOAT LOANS Twin Rivers Marine Seawinds Catamarans Insurance Agency, Inc. ...................................... In-Water .............. Craneway Pavilion H1 Silver Seas Yachts ...................................... In-Water Ultra Marine West/ Quickline USA SkyHawk Binoculars ............... Craneway Pavilion E5 ...... Marina Exhibition Tent T36 Ultralight Solar, LLC SkyMate ............. Craneway Pavilion L16 ............ Craneway Pavilion H11 United States Power Southern California Marine Squadron - District 25 Enterprises ...... Marina Exhibition Tent T32 .............. Craneway Pavilion H5 US Sailing Spaulding Marine Center ............. Craneway Pavilion E12 .............Craneway Pavilion C14 Vallejo Yacht Club Spinlock ............. Craneway Pavilion J14 ..............Craneway Pavilion M1 Velasco Yachts Star Marine Electronics, Inc. ...................................... In-Water ............. Craneway Pavilion F15 VetusMaxwell, Inc. Sterling Associates ............. Craneway Pavilion L12 ............... Craneway Pavilion F7 Viking Life-Saving Equipment Summer Sailstice (America) ............. Craneway Pavilion E10 ...............Craneway Pavilion A2 Sure Marine Service, Inc. Virgin Island Sailing .............Craneway Pavilion K12 ...... Marina Exhibition Tent T14

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Richmond - Marina Bay • April 6-9

Please call or stop by for a quote

JOAN BURLEIGH (510) 749-0050 • (800) 690-7770 Loans will be arranged or made pursuant to a California Finance Lenders License #605 1871.

Oakland Yacht Club

Svendsen’s Marine West Coast Sailing .............. Craneway Pavilion N3 ......... Craneway Outdoor BU20 Swedish Marine Western Marine Marketing, Inc. ............ Craneway Pavilion H10 (Pettit Paint) .............Craneway Pavilion B11 Swift Trawler ...................................... In-Water Whitecaps Marine Outfitters ................Craneway Pavilion I1 Swiftsure Yachts ...................................... In-Water Wichard ...............Craneway Pavilion B5 ThunderStruck Motors .............Craneway Pavilion G16 Wind Toys ..........Craneway Pavilion J16 & Tiara Yachts Craneway Outdoor BU25 ...................................... In-Water Tocci Yachts WINSLOW® LifeRaft Company ...... Marina Exhibition Tent T29 ............... Craneway Pavilion F8 Tradewinds Sailing School World Cruising Club ............. Craneway Pavilion J11 ...............Craneway Pavilion B9 Trident Funding Corporation Yacht Financing Specialists ...............Craneway Pavilion B2

VISIT US AT THE

PACIFIC SAIL AND POWER BOAT SHOW APRIL 6th – 9th CRA RANEWAY RAN WAY AY PAV AVILION, RICHMOND, CA. COME VISIT THE FRIENDLIEST CLUB ON THE BAY Active Cruising and Racing programs! Special events every month! A great chef, weekly dinners, special speakers, live bands, wine tasting, specialized clubs & more!

CELEBRATING OVER 100 YEARS of BOATING TRADITION

Oakland Yacht Club In Alameda, CA 1101 PACIFIC MARINA (510) 522-6868 www.oaklandyachtclub.com membership@oaklandyachtclub.com

April 2017 • Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show Guide • Page 39


Accommodations Official Hotel of the 2017 Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show

Courtyard by Marriott® Oakland Emeryville 5555 Shellmound Street, Emeryville, CA 94608

(510) 652-8777

www.marriott.com

Just over the Bay Bridge from San Francisco, 10 minutes from Berkeley and just north of Oakland, the Courtyard by Marriott® Oakland Emeryville is centrally located within the Bay Area, making it the perfect home base. No matter which direction guests take for their Bay Area travels, they can start out with a hot and healthy breakfast in The Bistro – Eat. Drink. Connect®. When they return, each of our 296 guest rooms is designed to allow for complete productivity with well-lit work areas, ergonomic chairs and free wireless Internet access. Or, they may choose to relax in our indoor pool, whirlpool or exercise room. Book your group rate for the show at the website or phone number above and use booking code: Pacific Sail & Power 2017

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See the Curry family in Booth E15!

FEEL THE FREEDOM With an Independent Self-Steering Windvane AND ‘Ready to go’ Emergency Rudder Your best crew member - doesn’t eat, sleep, or talk back!

Westerley 49

No problem to install OFF CENTER - and keep your davits or swim step

Nautitech 42 Catamaran

Ovni 395

Beneteau 50

Have confidence in case of main steering or rudder failure

Tashiba 36

www.hydrovane.com

Also Exhibiting: Fuel Cell Battery Charger

No lines in the cockpit connecting to your wheel or tiller

Hydrogenerator

STEERING THE DREAM

April 2017 • Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show Guide • Page 41


Travel & Contacts

AIRPORTS

Oakland International Airport (OAK)

(510) 563-3300

San Francisco International Airport (SFO) (650) 761-0800

AIRPORT SHUTTLES (provided by Trip Advisor) Air Express Cab

(510) 485-4848

Airport Taxi Cab

(510) 541-3331

Walnut Creek Airport Service

(925) 381-9296

RICHMOND RESTAURANTS Assemble Restaurant

(510) 215-6025

New Orleans Catering

On-site at the show

Salute e Vita Ristorante

(510) 215-0803

SHOW VENUE Craneway Pavilion

(510) 215-6000

Marina Bay Yacht Harbor

(510) 236-1013

Richmond Convention and Visitors Bureau

(510) 237-1403

Additional Convenient Hotels Berkeley City Club Claremont Club & Spa DoubleTree by Hilton Holiday Inn Express Berkeley Hotel Durant Hotel Mac Hotel Shattuck Plaza Page 42 • Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show Guide • April 2017

(510) 848-7800 (510) 843-3000 (510) 548-7920 (510) 548-1700 (510) 845-8981 (510) 233-0576 (510) 845-7300


Captain’s License

Maritime

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Does Your Yacht Insurer Offer The Benefits Pantaenius America Does?

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Agreed Fixed Value in case of total or constructive total loss, with no depreciation or deductible.

Maritime Institu t te has a course Near Yo tu Y u! From Ala llameda d to Sa da S n Dieg e o eg or On-li lin li ine at your own pace

New for Old if your vessel is damaged and needs new parts for repairs. Pantaenius will cover partial damage, without depreciation, up to the agreed insurance sum.

Captain's License OUPV Master up to 100GT M nte Mo t rey te ey, ey y, CA C March 20 - 31, 2017

Ala llameda ddaaa,, CA C April 17 - 28, 2017

S T hoe, e CA C So. Lake Ta e, May 15 - 26, 2017

Long Beach, C CA May 1 - 12, 2017

No Deductibles for lightning, fire, total and constructive total loss. No special storm deductible for vessels above 30.5 degrees North Latitude.

T ll Free: 888-262-8020 To www. w w.MaritimeInstitute.com

Comprehensive Primary Indemnity to cover your liability to third parties and environmental damage.

MAZATLAN…

YOUR MEXICO CRUISING HOMEPORT

All Risks Policy that covers broad marine risks without implied warranties of seaworthiness.

CRUISE MEXICO WITH MARINA EL CID STYLE!

For special West Coast rates, including coverage to Hawaii, visit us at Booth B1 at the Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show, or call our West Coast office at 619-215-9106

A clean, friendly, first class marina with a beautiful climate and rich local culture.

www.elcid.com 011-52 (669) 916-3468 gcevallos@elcid.com.mx

USA* · Germany · Great Britain · Monaco Denmark · Austria · Spain · Sweden · Australia pantaenius.com Pantaenius America Ltd. is a licensed insurance agent licensed in all 50 states. It is an independent corporation incorporated under the laws of New York and is a separate and distinct entity from any entity of the Pantaenius Group. *

April 2017 • Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show Guide • Page 43


Transit and Parking PUBLIC TRANSIT

PARKING

AC Transit (Alameda and Contra Costa Counties bus service connecting the East Bay and SF) 511

Craneway Pavilion has 1200 private and secure parking spots.

Airport Transportation

Note: Craneway Pavilion is respectful of its neighbors and as a guest of the Craneway we extend this obligation to you as well. Please do not park in nearby business parks, neighborhoods or residential parking lots in the area. All vehicles parked in unauthorized areas will be towed at owner’s expense.

511

Amtrak Passenger Trains

(800) 872-7245

BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit connecting San Francisco, Daly City, SFO and 25 East Bay cities) (650) 992-2278 or (510) 465-2278 Golden Gate Transit

(415) 455-2000

Greyhound Bus

(800) 231-2222

Muni (SF Bus and Cable Car)

511 or (415) 673-6864

Regional Transportation Information

Airborne Mold & Odor Eliminator

511

Oakland/OAK 22.5 miles, 20-30 minutes per traffic and San Francisco/SFO 27 miles, 30-60 minutes per traffic.

Latitude 38 40th Anniversary!

reunion party

For Baja Ha-Ha, Pacific Puddle Jump Sailors & West Coast Circumnavigators

Fights Onboard Mold • • • •

NEAREST MAJOR AIRPORTS

Controls Mold, Odors & Bacteria All Natural - Safe - Effective Long-Lasting Protection Lowest Cost Per Ounce

FRIDAY, APRIL 7 6-8 pm • Booth C1 www.TeaTreePower.com 949.858.8820

by forespar

See Us In The Forespar Booth At The Show - Aisle K - K5 Page 44 • Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show Guide • April 2017

Reunite with past friends • Plan your 2017 Ha-Ha Or, like in Mexico, relax with cruising friends www.latitude38.com

www.baja-haha.com


The Venue

CRANEWAY PAVILION 1414 Harbour Way So., South Marina District, Richmond, CA

MARINA BAY YACHT HARBOR 1340 Marina Way South, Richmond, CA

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION In the heart of the East Bay and convenient to the 580 freeway – 10 minutes from Berkeley, five minutes from the Richmond/San Rafael Bridge, and 15 minutes from the San Francisco Bay Bridge. Stunning views: 180-degree waterfront views of San Francisco, the Bay Bridge, Oakland, Berkeley and the Bay. Breathtaking Sunset: Classic western sunsets over Angel Island and Mt. Tamalpais. Stunning views of the San Francisco Skylights.

BAY VIEW GRAND

A PRIME PRIME LOCATION LOCATION MARINA MARINA LOCATED LOCATED IN IN A

THE HEART HEART OF OF PUERTO PUERTO VALLARTA, VALLARTA, MÉXICO. MÉXICO. THE

352capacity VESSEL CAPACITY (UP TO 160 FEET),water, 352 vessel vessel capacity (up to to 160 160 feet), feet), electricity, water, 352 (up electricity, pump out, 88-ton travelift, dry dock, prime location, ELECTRICITY, WATER, PUMP OUT, PRIME LOCATION, pump out, 88-ton travelift, dry dock, prime location, restaurants, SHOPS, shops, hotels, hotels, airport RESTAURANTS, HOTELS, AIRPORT. restaurants, shops, airport

COORDINATES: LAT: 20º 39' N • LONG: 105º 15' W +52 (322) 221-0275 | +52 (322) 221-0722 +52 (322) 221-0275 | +52 (322) 221-0722

+52 (322) 221-0275 +52 (322) 221-0722 coordinates: coordinates: pablo@marina-vallarta.com.mx Lat: 20º 39’ N Long: 105º 105º 15’ 15’ W W Lat: 20º 39’ N Long: www.marina-vallarta.com.mx www.marina-vallarta.com.mx www.marina-vallarta.com.mx

Operated By: Operated By:

April 2017 • Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show Guide • Page 45


Directions

CRANEWAY PAVILION 1414 Harbour Way South South Marina District, Richmond CA 94804

BY WATER Contact Marina Bay Yacht Harbor at (510) 236-1013.

DRIVING FROM OAKLAND, ALAMEDA, SAN JOSE: Take 880 Northbound to 580 Westbound. Continue on 580 West towards Pt. Richmond. Exit Marina Bay Parkway, and turn left to go over the freeway. Stay on Marina Bay Parkway until you reach Regatta Blvd. Turn right on Regatta Blvd. Follow it to Marina Way South where you turn left. Then turn right on Hall Avenue, then left on Harbour Way South and follow it to the waterfront.

FROM SAN FRANCISCO, BERKELEY: Take 80 Eastbound to 580 Westbound. Exit Marina Bay Parkway and turn left to go over the freeway. Stay on Marina Bay Parkway until you reach Regatta Blvd. Turn right on Regatta Blvd. Follow it to Marina Way South where you turn left. Then turn right on Hall Avenue, then left on Harbour Way South and follow it to the waterfront.

FROM MARIN: Take the San Rafael Bridge/580 Eastbound. Exit Cutting Blvd. Turn left onto Cutting Blvd. Make a right onto Harbour Way South and follow it to the waterfront.

FROM SACRAMENTO: Take 80 Westbound. Exit Cutting Blvd. Turn right onto Cutting Blvd. Turn left onto Harbour Way South and follow it to the waterfront.

To view a show floor plan or find out the latest updates on exhibitors, seminars, etc., please go to www.pacificboatshow.com Page 46 • Pacific Sail & Power Boat Show Guide • April 2017


ADVERTISERS’ INDEX The Pacific Sailing & Power Boat Show Guide is brought to you by the following advertisers. Please support the businesses that made this publication possible. AB Marine ........................................ 29

Jeanneau America ............................. 5

Oakland Yacht Club......................... 39

Afterguard Sailing ............................ 45

Johnson Marine, C. Sherman .......... 26

Owl Harbor Marina .......................... 47

Bainbridge ....................................... 41

La Paz Hotel .................................... 41

Pantaenius America, Inc.................. 43

Bay Marine Boatworks ...................... 3

Latitude 38 Baja Ha-Ha Reunion Party ............................................. 44

Paradise Village ............................... 21

Beneteau USA ................................... 9 Carefree Boats ................................ 27 Catalina Yachts................................ 31 Club Nautique ................................. 17 Dehler Yachts .................................. 48 Doyle Sails ......................................... 7 Easom Racing and Rigging ............. 19 Forespar .............................. 20, 27, 44 Hotel Coral & Marina ....................... 37 Hydrovane ....................................... 41 Island Packet Yachts ....................... 13

Mahina Offshore Cruising Seminars ....................................... 23 Marina Bay Yacht Harbor ................ 35 Marina Cortez .................................. 26 Marina Costa Baja ........................... 33 Marina de La Paz............................. 40 Marina El Cid ................................... 43 Marina Riviera Nayarit ..................... 42 Marina Vallarta ................................. 45 Maritime Institute ............................. 43 New England Ropes ........................ 27

Passage Nautical............................... 9 Pettit Paint ....................................... 15 Sail California .................................. 11 San Juan Sailing Charters ............... 20 Silver Seas ....................................... 25 Suncoast ......................................... 13 Svendsen’s Boat Works .................... 2 Trident Funding................................ 39 Twin Rivers Marine Insurance .......... 32 Wichard-Fancor ............................... 46 Wichard-Sparcraft, Inc. ................... 34

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