PSSA GUADALUPE ISLAND RACE
A challenging 582 NM Race for singlehanded and doublehanded racers run every two years since 1981 by PSSA. The race is a qualifier for the Single Handed Transpac and a great way to spend 6 days or more out at sea sailing along side others with equal goals. To qualify to sail on the Guadalupe Island Race with PSSA you must complete a qualifying race, such as our Bishop Rock race or cruise for over 100 nautical miles. With the following link you will find more history, information on the Island of Guadalupe, qualifying and the challenges of racing down and around the Island.
HISTORY | QUALIFYING | PREPARATIONS | THE CHALLENGE
The 2016 race was held on March 18th. Results may be found here.
INFORMATION in PDF format FOR THE RACE:
A boat inspection is required prior to the Skipper’s Meeting
Contact the PSSA PRO at PRO@pssala.com to schedule your inspection