Clear Lake Racing
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Buoy & Long Race Meetings
All Crew and Skippers are STRONGLY URGED to attend the pre-race meetings! Not doing so makes the race director's job harder. As a sailor, you will miss valuable information.
11 am @ The Tiki Hut
Braito's Marina 1 pm race start
Basic Race rules - see below for more
2018 Buoy Series Results
2018 KBSC's Results for Long Races
2018 Konocti Cup Results
Vice Commodore/Race Director-
Tom Malley contact here
Download free app @ GooglePlay
or @ AppleAppStore
September 9 Buoy Races between Always Saturday and Lakota on RaceQs. Sequence begins about 15 minutes before start of the first race. Play with the different functions and speeds of the podcast. Don't forget to mouse over each feature and click the "Help" icon for more tutorials.
KBSC Awards 1989-2016
2016 Awards here
KBSC's Race Areas
Important note: Club yachts and Committee Boat monitor Ch.68 on the VHF Marine Band
What is Rumsey?
The natural level of Clear Lake has been maintained by the Grigsby Riffle, which is a rock sill located at the confluence of Cache and Seigler Creeks near Lower Lake. The natural low water level of Clear Lake was established as "Zero Rumsey" and all subsequent lake measurements are based on this elevation.
Zero Rumsey is equivalent to 1318.256 feet (1929 NGVD).
Lake County Invasive Mussel Prevention Program!
Most people are aware of the possibility of an infestation of the lake by the quagga and zebra mussels. The county is requiring mandatory inspections of all boats entering Clear Lake, and that inspection stickers be affixed to all boats.
Go to the Lake County website with complete information about the new regulations.
You can also call the Lake County Mussel Hotline at (707) 263-2556