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Ullman Sails T-Shirt Night
Wed, 20th Jun 2018
It was a great night out sailing Ullman Sails T-Shirt Night during the CRA Beer Can Series.  Thank you all that participated.  Do not forget about Ullman Sails CRA Halloween Regatta in Oc
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T-Shirt Wednesday
Thu, 31st May 2018
Wednesday June 20th is Ullman Sails night at the CRA Beer Can Series.  The Ullman Sails Team members will be out photographing and the pictures will be posted here immediately after the r
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Seattle POD Regatta
Thu, 26th May 2016
May 21-22 2016 The Second Annual POD Regatta (Puget Sound One Design) was a great success with 54 boats over 8 classes.  Winds were 5-10 on Saturday with some large shifts coming thr
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Oregon Offshore 2016
Tue, 17th May 2016
The 2016 Oregon Offshore from Astoria Oregon to Victoria BC is an annual event that has seen some growth in the last few years.  This year it was a great event with wind from the start and lot
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Rodrigo Cuellar Dipp to Manage Ullman Sails PV
Fri, 13th May 2016
Ullman Sails excitedly announces the opening of Ullman Sails Puerto Vallarta.  The full service loft on Mexico’s west coast offers new sails, canvas and sail service to the local sailing
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Benteau 36.7 West Coast Championship

Complete Dominance!

Mon, 15th Sep 2014
By Chuck Skewes

Benteau 36.7 West Coast Championship Complete Dominance!

This year the Beneteau 36.7 West Coast Championship was sailed in conjunction with the 2014 Beneteau Cup at San Diego Yacht Club.  Hosted by the folks at Southcoast Yachts this was a superb event with two days of racing in winds from 8-12 knots and 85 degree weather.  There were 8 Beneteau 36.7’s in attendance and all but one boat had tight racing.


Kea the Ullman Sails powered team won every race and led to all but 3 marks in the 5 race series.  Showing great boat speed the team hardly had to look back.  Chick Pyle has owned and raced his Benteau 36.7 for 10 years and has a great crew that made no mistakes and with great boat speed won all but one race by 100 yards or more.

The entire fleet of Beneteau 36.7’s had close racing with the exception of the only boat powered completely by Ullman Sails.  Kea was superior in point, speed, and down wind performance.



This article was posted on Mon, 15th Sep 2014