The Newport Ocean Sailing Association, host of the iconic Newport to Ensenada International Yacht Race, will celebrate its 75th year in 2022.
The Second Female in the role will lead the charge to N2E’s 75th Anniversary Race
Taniwha – Pyewacket chase ends with 8 trophies between them Photo: Tom Walker
Roy Disney’s Pyewacket finishes first followed close behind by Jerry Fiat’s Taniwha. Photo: Tom Walker
The 2021 Race will see 165 boats across three different Race Courses start on April 22nd off Balboa Pier in Newport Beach and head south to either Dana Point, San Diego, or Ensenada.
Newport Ocean Sailing Association
Newport Ocean Sailing Association is a non-profit organization run by a board of directors filled with highly experienced sailboat racers and U.S. Sailing Certified Race Officials who, along with a large group of volunteers, are the premier race management team who host the iconic Newport to Ensenada International Yacht Race and others all-the-while promoting yacht racing in Southern California. NOSA provides financial assistance to junior sailing programs and other non-profit organizations that encourage and develop amateur watersports with an emphasis on sailing, boating and seamanship.
Make a Difference
NOSA proudly supports CAEPA of Ensenada, a school specializing in the education and treatment for children and youth with neuro-developmental disorders, specifically autism. The program is funded solely by donations. Since 2015 NOSA friends and racers have raised over $15,000 which has enabled the school to purchase toys, school supplies, pay teachers, buy and install a new roof, build a garden, and purchase playground equipment. Any donation, no matter how large or small, will be greatly appreciated. All donations will be presented to CAEPA at the N2E trophy presentation in Ensenada on April 24, 2022.