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The 37th Annual Race to Port Aransas

The Harvest Moon Regatta® is a must do for the average cruiser to the extreme racer. There is a class for everyone!

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  • Fun offshore race with many classes for cruisers and racers alike
  • Good way to do an offshore sail with other people
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The Doolin Cup is an adaptive regatta in which at least the helmsman must have some type of disability making them eligible, under the International Federation of Disabled Sailors (IFDS) Functional Classification System, to compete in an IFDS sanctioned event. The Doolin Cup is a qualifier for the US Sailing Para National Championships (Disabled Championships). The 2020 Para Championship will be the Doolin Cup.

​The Doolin cup is raced in sonars, the same boat used in the Paralympics from 2000-2016. The boats are raced by a team of three sailors. The regatta will be governed by The US Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing. On-site housing at SSBG is available (reservations available soon!). The volunteer sign-up will be sent out in early August.

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The Harvest Moon Regatta® has been hosted by Lakewood Yacht Club every year since 1987. The offshore race begins in Galveston and ends with a party in Port Aransas. Whether you are new to offshore sailing, or are a seasoned cruiser or a serious racer, Harvest Moon has something for you. The Regatta will end in Port Aransas on Saturday, October 8, 2022. More Info

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Harvest Moon Regatta to sail in Oct. 21 to 23

More than 90 sailboats will race from Galveston to Port Aransas for the 34th annual Harvest Moon Regatta beginning Thursday, Oct. 21.

The race will launch in Galveston and it follows the Texas coastline to officially end in Port Aransas by 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 23.

“Arrival times will all depend on the weather and wind” said Garrow Wessendorff, one of the race organizers.

Boats will pass through the jetties to end at the finish line at the Dennis Dryer Municipal Harbor.

Wessendorff said boats could begin arriving as early as late Thursday night, or very early Friday morning all the way to Friday evening and Saturday morning, dependent on weather conditions.

Participants will take part in a “Welcome Sailor Rum Party” at the Fred Rhodes Memorial Pavilion at Roberts Point Park on Saturday afternoon. A barbecue dinner for all contestants followed by an awards ceremony will take place in the evening.

The race can be followed online by tracking the locations of the boats at www.harvestmoonregatta.com .

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Dozens of united airlines passengers headed to houston fall ill after international cruise, “thirty minutes before we land, we get told that they’ve been exposed to an unknown virus.”.

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HOUSTON – More than two dozen people on a United Airlines flight to Houston on Friday became ill while the plane was traveling from Canada.

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United Airlines flight 1528 was flying from Vancouver, British Columbia to Houston. During the flight, 25 people became sick.

According to the Houston Fire Department , the sick passengers reported symptoms of nausea.

“About an hour and a half before we hit Houston, they ask for if you’ve been on this cruise ship, could you raise your hand,” James Snell recounts from his flight.

All of the ill passengers were previously on a cruise. A total of 75 passengers flying on the plane were on that cruise.

🤒 More than two dozen passengers aboard a @united flight to @iah on Friday became sick. @HoustonFire says the passengers just got done with an international cruise. @KPRC2 is also learning that the @CDCgov is also involved in the investigation. pic.twitter.com/y9Bdmx2Nbr — Gage Goulding - KPRC 2 (@GageGoulding) June 1, 2024

Firefighters and paramedics met the passengers as they landed at George Bush Intercontinental Airport following the five-hour flight from Vancouver, British Columbia.

“Then all of a sudden, the flight attendant, she put on a mask, and the guy next to me is like, ‘What do you think’s going on?’ And I’m like, ‘Bro, I don’t know. You know? I mean, COVID, we’re all going to die.’ You know what I mean,” said Snell.

Three people were “evacuated” from the airplane, but no one was taken to the hospital.

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According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) the plane landed around 6:30 p.m.

“Then firetrucks and ambulances started pulling up,” Snell said. “They didn’t hold us very long, maybe 45 minutes-ish.”

Passengers aboard the airplane say that the pilot and flight attendants alerted them that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is investigating the illness.

“This is where it got weird,” Snell said. “He [the pilot] got over the speaker, but he came out to us and he said, ‘Hey, in my 25 years of flying, I’ve never seen anything like this. We have been quarantined by the CDC. Nobody can exit the plane until the CDC lets us off.’”

After being let off the plane passengers were screened by paramedics from the Houston Fire Department.

“As soon as you got off, you got mobbed, wanting to know if you had any symptoms and did you want to be triaged,” Snell said. “But then they let us off and I thought, man, you’re letting us off in Houston airport. Like we’re going everywhere in the world. This is how it started the last time.”

The last time refers to the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s what he and other passengers thought they could be dealing with.

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“Several passengers who had been on the same cruise and did not feel well were on United Flight 1528 from Vancouver to Houston tonight. United Airlines is actively coordinating with health authorities to address the situation. As a precautionary measure, the aircraft will be removed from service and go through a deep cleaning before returning to service. Ensuring the health and safety of our passengers and crew remains our top priority.”

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    Korolyov or Korolev is an industrial city in Moscow Oblast, Russia, well known as the cradle of Soviet and Russian space exploration. As of the 2010 Census, its population was 183,402, the largest as a science city. As of 2018, the population was more than 222,000 people. It was known as Kaliningrad from 1938 to 1996 and served as the leading Soviet center for production of anti-tank and air ...

  21. Category:Korolyov, Moscow Oblast

    Media in category "Korolyov, Moscow Oblast" The following 24 files are in this category, out of 24 total.

  22. Galveston Bay Cruising Association

    The Galveston to Biloxi race was held in odd numbered years from 1965 to 1973. Short-handed ocean racing was added to the schedule in 1972. The single/double handed Galveston to St. Petersburg race was inaugurated in 1974 and was held biannually for several years. The Club supports sailing activities of all kinds.

  23. Korolyov

    Korolyov or Korolev is an industrial city in Moscow Oblast, Russia, well known as the cradle of Soviet and Russian space exploration. As of the 2010 Census, its population was 183,402, the largest as a science city. As of 2018, the population is more than 220,000 people. It was known as Kaliningrad from 1938 to 1996 and served as the leading ...

  24. Galveston Bay Cruising Association

    GBCA - The Place to Race since 1947. Racing Calendar/ Events. Upcoming events Switch to Calendar View. No events available. GBCA is an all volunteer 501(c)7 non-profit sailboat racing club located on Galveston Bay . 1500 Marina Bay Drive . Building #113B . Kemah, TX 77565

  25. Korolyov

    Korolyov. Korolyov is a mid-sized city in North Moscow Oblast, best known as the "cradle of space exporation," as it was the center of the Soviet space program. It was also a former elite dacha location, a vacation spot for all sorts of famous Russians (e.g., Chekhov, Lenin, Akhmatova, Pasternak, Tsvetaeva, etc.).