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Clipper Race - Latest ETAs for fleet arrival into San Francisco, USA

by Ruth Harrington on 8 Apr 2014
Latest ETAs for fleet arrival into San Francisco, USA. Clipper 13-14 Round the World Yacht Race
2013 - 14 Clipper Round the World Yacht Race - The Clipper Race fleet will soon see the Golden Gate Bridge on the horizon, which marks the finish line for Race 10, from Qingdao, China to San Francisco, USA.

After spending approximately 25 days at sea across the world’s largest expanse of water, the Pacific Ocean, the crews will be pleased to finally see dry land for the first time since leaving China.

The latest ETAs for the Clipper Race fleet are detailed below (times are local time in San Francisco, -7 UTC/-8 BST). The yachts will take approximately 90 minutes to transit from the finish line to the South Beach Yacht Club.

Great Britain – Weds 09 April Late AM
Invest Africa – Weds 09 April PM
Henri Lloyd – Currently in Stealth Mode
Qingdao – Weds 09 April PM
One DLL – Thurs 10 April Early AM
Old Pulteney – Thurs 10 April PM
Derry~Londonderry~Doire – Thurs 10 April PM
Switzerland – Currently in Stealth Mode
Team Garmin – Fri 11 April PM
Mission Performance – Sat 12 April PM
Jamaica Get All Right – Sun 13 April PM
PSP Logistics – Sun 13 April PM

During the Clipper Race’s stay at South Beach Yacht Club, San Francisco there will be several events open to the public.

The Clipper Race’s Crew Recruitment and Development Director, David Cusworth will be in San Francisco holding a number of presentations for people interested in taking part in the world’s longest yacht race.

Opportunities to explore the yachts currently taking part in the race are also available at the South Beach Yacht Club during the Open Boat tours, which are free of charge to the public.

10 April – Recruitment Presentation 1900-2100 at OCSC Sailing 1 Spinnaker Way Berkeley.

13 April – Recruitment Presentation 1800-2000 at South Beach Yacht Club, 40 Pier.

15 April – Open Boat Tours 1500-1900 at South Beach Yacht Club, 40 Pier.

16 April – Open Boat Tours 1500-1900 at South Beach Yacht Club, 40 Pier.

16 April - Recruitment Presentation 1830-2030 at Sports Basement, 1590 Bryant St.

17 April – Open Boat Tours 1500-1900 at South Beach Yacht Club, 40 Pier.

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