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Weather permitting, we plan on retrieving the marks on October 13.  A boat with a winder has been secured so we hope this will be a fairly easy affair.  We are looking for volunteers to help with the work on the boat and later the cleaning and storage at Herrington Harbour. If you have a power washer we would love to hear from you.  Contact Michel at

HHSA Racing Program

Herrington Harbour Sailing Association's Racing Program encourages participation of both novice and experienced sailors.  The objective of sailboat racing at HHSA is to promote friendly competition while testing the skills of the skipper and crew in the spirit of fair sailing as defined by the United States Sailing Association The Racing Rules of Sailing, 2017-2020 (RRS).  A boat and her owner should compete in compliance with recognized principles of sportsmanship and fair play. 

The racing program is administered by the all-volunteer Competition Committee (CC).  You can see the current members of the CC and send them a message on this page.

For further information about the racing program contact the Rear Commodore - Racing: Michel Jichlinski at 

Crew Finder

Go to Forums --> Crew Needed.

Click Here to Register in the HHSA Crew Finder

Race Committee Sign-Ups

All racers are required to serve as race committee (RC) for at least one High Point HHSA event per year.  
The Current RC Assignment Sheet is shown on the 2019 Racing Calendar on the right.  Please review and request a date for your boat to be RC on through the Racing Discussions Forum or by emailing


Racing Results

2018 Racing Awards
2019 High Points

2019 Frostbite Races
Frostbite 1
Frostbite 2
Frostbite 3
Frostbite 4
Frostbite 5
Frostbite 6

New Racers

HHSA has a dynamic program for introducing skippers and crews to racing.  It includes a variety of seminars, practice races, race committee training and mentoring, as well as the best racing venue on the Chesapeake.

To get on the course or just to learn more, attend our New Racer Seminars or contact the Rear Commodore for racing at

New Racer Frequently Asked Questions

Article: How to Race Your Cruiser

Article: CBYRA New Racer Tips

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