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Sail the Gorge: 2018
Our new Sail the Gorge magazine is out! Learn all about CGRA, our 2018 events and all the the things you can do in the Gorge this summer. Cascade Locks is packed with activities and events besides sailing. Find out how you can hike, bike, zipline, windsurf, SUP, drink a craft beer all within a few miles of Cascade Locks.
Sail the Gorge is now distributed through out Portland and the Columbia River Gorge. You can pick up a copy at Portland International Airport at the Travel Oregon informational kiosks by baggage claim number 5.
Check out the digital copy here!
CGRA Opening Day - Saturday June 23rd
Join us for a fun filled day of sailing at our annual festival Opening Day on Saturday June 23rd.
Bring your boat, bring a friend, bring a friend who has never sailed, try a new boat. We all contribute to celebrating the start of the summer sailing season at Cascade Locks. After sailing we will have a giant pot-luck dinner with hotdogs and burgers provided by CGRA.
Mark the date on your calendar and join the fun. All participants need to be good swimmer and have a parent or guardian present. Sailing starts around 12 noon when all the boats are rigged and ready to go. Come early and help us set up.
Attention Laser sailors! The International Sailing Academy (ISA) will be back in the Gorge this summer offering world-class training opportunities to North American sailors in the planet's premiere heavy air venue. ISA training camps are renowned for producing game-changing performance gains for club racers as well as Olympic medalists. As a special bonus, leading the ISA coaching team this year is 13-time Laser Masters World Champion and Olympic sailing coach Brett Beyer from Sydney, Australia. In addition to offering three training camps (one youth and two all-ages), ISA coaches will be available for regatta coaching at the Wind Youth Regatta, July 21-22, and the Laser Pacific Coast Championships, August 3-5.
If you've ever asked the question "How can I make this boat go faster?" YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY! Attendance is limited, so sign up today to reserve your space.
Support world-class sailing in the Gorge
takes a lot of work and a lot of money to continue to bring world-class sailing
opportunities to the Gorge. Without the membership base of a traditional yacht
club, we're dependent on the support of our friends to help cover the costs of
boats, shore facilities, site improvements, coaching, instruction, and race
management. Donations and sponsorships account for nearly a third of our budget;
without them, we could not exist.
Sailing the Gorge: Too much fun?
“The best place in the world to sail!” That’s what multi-class dinghy champ Jay Renehan had to say about Cascade Locks, Oregon, home of the Columbia Gorge Racing Association after the final race of the 2013 Tasar World Championships. “I could sail like that all day, every day. It was too much fun!”
What do you think? We’re reaching out to sailors around the world to help support our efforts to bring world-class sailing events to the Gorge. But first we want to hear from you. How was your experience sailing in the Gorge? What can we do to make future visits more enjoyable for you and your family? What CGRA programs and/or events are most important to you?
Take the CGRA Sailor Satisfaction Survey (or check out survey results)
Our goal is to make CGRA “the best place in the world to sail.” Help us do it
by taking five minutes to complete our Sailor Satisfaction Survey (click
here to take the survey). There’s no obligation and all responses are
anonymous unless you wish to volunteer your contact information. If you’re
curious, you’ll have an option to view the results after you complete the
Columbia Gorge Racing Association
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