Kame is back! Learn about Tidal Currents with a focus on the San Francisco Bay - February 7 @ 7pm PT
Join Alameda sailmaker and sailing legend Kame Richards (Pineapple Sails) for a discussion of how tides and currents make San Francisco Bay a unique and enjoyable location to sail.
We'll be asking questions like: Why are there tides? Why are there two tides a day? How come high tide does not happen at max flood and low tide does not happen at max ebb? What happens at Alcatraz? How does the Bay affect the waters?
There will be the opportunity to answer your own questions during this interactive webinar.
Special offer! New and existing IYC members can receive a $5 discount code by visiting iyc.org/members
A Zoom link will be provided the day before the first event. Can't make it? We'll send you a recording afterwards.
1/4 of fee will be sent to a non-profit of the speaker's choice. Kame has chosen Alameda Community Sailing Center.
About Kame Richards
Kame Richards is a sailmaker and sail designer at Pineapple Sails which he co-founded in 1973. Pineapple Sails makes both racing and cruising sails, to exacting standards. Every step of the manufacturing process takes place in Alameda, California.
Kame’s racing experience covers San Francisco Bay, the California Coast, 9 Hawaii races, 8 Mexico races, as well as races in the Great Lakes, Florida, Texas, and Europe. He has cruised in Mexico, New Zealand and Australia.
Kame attended the University of California at Berkeley, majoring in Geophysics.
Learn more about Kame and Pinapple Sails at: pineapplesails.com