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JUNEAU - SouthEast Alaska Sailing (SEAS) announces the 2012 SEAS Cup. This series of 13 races designed to be fun, while remaining challenging and rewarding. The races began May 13, and continue all the way through Labor Day.
Southeast Alaska Sailing kicks of 2012 SEAS Cup 053012 OUTDOORS 1 Capital City Weekly JUNEAU - SouthEast Alaska Sailing (SEAS) announces the 2012 SEAS Cup. This series of 13 races designed to be fun, while remaining challenging and rewarding. The races began May 13, and continue all the way through Labor Day.
Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Story last updated at 5/30/2012 - 12:57 pm

Southeast Alaska Sailing kicks of 2012 SEAS Cup

JUNEAU - SouthEast Alaska Sailing (SEAS) announces the 2012 SEAS Cup. This series of 13 races designed to be fun, while remaining challenging and rewarding. The races began May 13, and continue all the way through Labor Day.

They are great races for sailors of all experience levels. For new skippers, it is a great chance to learn your boat while in a group of other boats that can give you a hand with any problems that you might have while sailing. For the most experienced sailors, there are some pretty competitive racers in this fleet.

The SEAS cup has races to all the good harbors around Juneau, from the docks of Taku Harbor and Funter Bay, to the great anchorage at Admiralty Cove. We even have day races for those just wanting to get out for a day, but might not be able to commit an entire weekend to racing.


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