HHSA Women Underway
Women Underway (WU) is a dynamic group within HHSA, dedicated to enhancing the role of women in all aspects of sailing and above all to build on our practice of good seamanship. The group is open to all interested women and meets regularly at a venue based on the season/time of year.
Check out the Event Calendar and the Women Underway Forum for more information or contact the Women Underway coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Women's Regatta 2018
Notice of Race Coming Soon
On August 21, 2010. HHSA conducted its first ever all-female regatta. The regattas have now been held once every season with ever-increasing participation. The HHSA Women's Regatta is included in the CBYRA Green Book. We are planning a fantastic event for all of the Bay's women skippers and crews
Mark your calendar for the June 16, 2018 race. Watch for details in the Women Underway and Racing Discussion Forums.
Past Women's Regattas
2017 Womens Regatta Results 2017 Women's Regatta Photo Album-1 Women's Regatta 2017 Photo Album-2
2016 Women's Regatta Results Women's Regatta 2016 Photo Album
Another great Women's Regatta. Links to the photos and results below.
The 2014 Women's Regatta was held on Sunday, June 1st. It included racers or cruisers
with a wide range of experience. Check out the photo album of the event.
The 2013 Regatta featured light and variable conditions but three races were sailed. At the end of the day Emily Manders on Jubilee and Nancy Oliver on Spirit won the day in Spinnaker and Non-spinnaker classes respectively.
The 2012 Regatta was a three race affair - Emily Manders skippered Jubilee to a 1st Place finish in the Spinnaker Class and Nancy Oliver guided Spirit to a 1st in Non-Spinnaker. HHSA was very proud to have hosted Spinnster, a very competitive boat from SMSA (Solomon's Island).
The 2011 Race was combined with the annual Adopt-a-Cruiser race. Six all-female boats had their own class and out-numbered the Cruiser/Racers.
2010 was the revival of the HHSA Women's Race which was last held in the mid 1990's. Three courageous women competed and had such a good time that commitments were made to make this an annual event.