NOSA SEMINARS BEGIN
Bruce Cooper from Ullman Sails Newport Beach and Len Bose from the Santa Cruz 50 Horizon will present the annual series of Sailing Seminars that NOSA hosts for participants of the Newport to Ensenada International Yacht Race who want to be prepared, sail better and bring home more hardware. Check out the schedule on the SEMINARS page.
NEW – NEARSHORE FINISH LINE
Another new for the 72nd Newport to Ensenada International Yacht Race; the finish line will be positioned closer to the breakwater south of the Hotel Coral Marina. One end will be a buoy off the breakwater, the other end also a buoy about 400 feet offshore. The move will provide spectacular viewing from the Hotel Coral…MORE
NEW – ULDB CLASSES
To give racers the opportunity to sail from Newport Beach to Ensenada with boats that perform most like their own, Newport Ocean Sailing Association (NOSA) officials will separate boats into ULDB and non-ULDB classes…MORE
SEND-OFF PARTY BACK AT BCYC – BY INVITATION ONLY
The Newport Ocean Sailing Association is pleased to announce that the official send-off party for the 72nd annual Newport to Ensenada International Yacht Race will return to Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club. This annual shindig will be held Thursday evening, April 25, 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM…and is By-Invitation only…MORE
NOSA STAFF COMMODORE ACCEPTS AWARD
NOSA Staff Commodore Tom Kennedy accepts award from CAEPA (Ensenada Autism Center) in recognition for NOSA’s valuable support. Each year, during N2E Race Week, NOSA raises funds to donate to the Center. Racers are encouraged to donate to this worthy cause.
Since 1947, Newport Ocean Sailing Association (NOSA), its members, board of directors and volunteers are proud to host the iconic Newport to Ensenada International Yacht Race (N2E). Our race management experts and race officials work tirelessly to ensure that participants, their crew and boats are not only safe, but will experience an exciting, competitive and fair race that can be enjoyed and remembered year after year.