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2019 Master Calendar
29er Click on the calendar icon to the left to bring up the full size master calendar and move to those months to find the events. There are further details (links, etc.) within each calendar item.

New US 29er Class Website
29er The US 29er Class Association is moving to

Please bookmark this new address and use the new website for all future US 29er Class info.

US 29er Class Elections
29er The US 29er Class Association recently conducted an election for new officers. Balloting closed on October 1st; all votes cast were in favor of the the following officers:

President: Alberto Casaretto
Vice President: Greg Gigliotti
Secretary: Richard Feeny
Treasurer: Carol Ewing

Pre-SDOCR Clinic
29er A reminder that the Pre-SDOCR Clinic is is only a short while away - August 23-25! Click on this link for more information and to register. Note that Friday, August 23rd is just for the afternoon. If you are already in school by then, it’s OK to only attend on Saturday and Sunday.

2019 29er Worlds Concludes
29er Of the total of 175 boats that raced in the in the 2019 29er World Championships (July 26th - August 3rd) in Gdynia Poland, eleven were from North American (CAN, USA, ISV) - with the USA team of Stephan Baker and Ripley Shelley finishing second overall!

2nd Gold Fleet | Stephan Baker/Ripley Shelley (USA)
28th Gold Fleet | Ryan Satterberg/Payne Donaldson (USA)

8th Silver Fleet | Dawson Kohl/Steven Hardee (ISV)
24th Silver Fleet | Lucy Klempen/Chris Bateman (ISV)
33rd Silver Fleet | Griffin Gigliotti/Aidan Iaconis (USA)
37th Bronze Fleet | Georgia Phillips/Hannah Smith (CAN)
37th Bronze Fleet | Ross Thompson/William Mendham (CAN)
40th Silver Fleet | Thomas Staples/William Staples (CAN)

17th Bronze Fleet Bronze Fleet | Morgan Kittson/Adrianna Baird (CAN)
27th Bronze Fleet | Sarah Hardee/Sophie Crosbie (ISV)
19th Emerald Fleet | Jeffrey Klempen/Jonathan O'Shaughnessy (ISV)

Full results are available here.

San Diego OCR is around the corner!
29er 29ers are invited once again to compete in the San Diego Olympic Classes Regatta (SDOCR) September 7 & 8 at San Diego Yacht Club. This event will also serve as the first stop in the SCYYRA Hamlin Series. Please visit the event website to register. Don't forget to sign up for the Click on pre-SDOCR clinic.

Joslin and Joslin with US Nationals!
29er The 2019 US 29er National Championships came to a close today (Sunday) with three more races sailed in good skiff racing conditions. The brother team of Peter and Jack Joslin (San Diego, CA) sailed to finishes of 4, 1, and 4 - successfully holding onto the lead that they established back in Race #2 of this 10 race series. The team of Charlie Leigh and Shane Riera (Miami, FL) sailed exceptionally well (finishes of 1,2,1) to secure second place. Awards were presented to the top three teams overall, the top youth team award went to Ian and Noah Nyenhuis (San Diego, CA), top female team of Georgia Phillips and Hannah Smith (Vancouver, BC). Note that as there is always a sizable Canadian contingent at all major 29er events in the US and that there is an award for 1st overall and the award of US National Champion goes to the highest ranking all-USA team. This year, of course, that title went to the team of Joslin and Joslin.

A huge thank you to the hard working staff and volunteers of the Columbia River Gorge Association (CGRA) who hosted the event, to all the competitors who made the trek (many from extremely far away), and especially to our friends from Canada who make it possible to have major events like this by participating. Full results are available on the event website:

Phots are available on the CGRA Facebook page

US 29er Nationals Day 2
29er Classic Gorge winds and sunny skies! Three races were completed in winds ranging from 15 to 25 knots but when gusts started to creep up to 30 knots (class wind speed limit), the PRO sanely chose to not race the anticipated fourth race. So tomorrow's schedule is for three more races to complete the series. Conditions are expected to be similar. Today's completion of the 6th race kicked in a discard but the team of Peter and Jack Joslin (San Diego, CA) didn't need it to either win the day (finishes of 1, 1, and 2) or extend their overall lead. The discard did, however, dramatically change 2nd thru 4th place with Charlie Leigh and Shane Riera (Miami, FL) making the largest gain - moving up from 6th to 2nd! Again, full results are available on the event website:

Please visit the CGRA Facebook page for photos

US 29er Nationals Underway
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Nineteen 29er boats are competing at the 2019 US 29er National Championships in Cascade Locks, Oregon - which started today. Teams from Florida, Louisiana, Hawaii, California, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, and Quebec are enjoying classic Gorge conditions - winds in the 15 to 25 knot range with sunny skies. First day leaders are Peter and Jack Joslin (San Diego, CA) but are followed by one point by Ian and Noah Nyenhuis, also of San Diego.

Full scores are available on the event website:

Eric Lyall and Andrew Moreno win NA Champs!

The second day of the 29er North American Championships, as reported earlier, was rainy - not so much to rain out the event but enough to interfere with the thermal wind; only two races were completed before the wind gave out. On Saturday, the final day, there was scattered rain but a decent amount of wind too - enough to sail 4 races. In total, 10 races were sailed and Eric Lyall and Andrew Moreno easily bested the fleet. Eric and Andrew should be familiar names as they've won the NA Champs in 2016 and 2019. Congratulations Eric and Andrew. Full results are online at

2019 NA Champs Underway

The 29er North American Championships got underway yesterday (July 4) with four races being completed in breezes ranging from 18 to 21 knots with a mixture of flat and choppy conditions. The winds in Squamish are thermal in nature - they are generated by a difference in temperatures between the Pacific Ocean and an inland area. In the days preceding the regatta, the winds were very strong - in the 30+ knot range. So the wind speeds experienced during the first day or racing were a relief to many. The second day or racing is uncertain - it has begun to rain, which shows that the conditions are changing. How strong the wind becomes is a bit in question - but we have our fingers crossed. The alumni team of Eric Lyall & Andrew Moreno led the day with 3 firsts and a second. Keep up with the regatta results by visiting the event website

2019 North American Champs Overview

The 29er North American Championships are being held July 4-6, 2019 in the town of Squamish, British Columbia - located about 40 miles north of downtown Vancouver.

Squamish is the front door to an amazing region full of natural beauty ready and waiting for your outdoor activities and plenty of in-town things to do - dining, etc.


The Organizing Authority is Royal Vancouver Yacht Club, which has posted the regatta documents (NoR, etc.) on their website (see below)

This is the site of the 2002 North American Championships, which was won by Andrew McCorquodale and Hunter Lowden. Hunter is probably best known as a 49er sailor (Team Canada for the 2012 Olympic Games) but today you will find him at his Sailing Director office at Royal Vancouver Yacht Club. He's the scheduled Principal Race Officer for this event.

This is a "wind" destination - that's why the event is sited here! The water this time of year is cold - below 60 degrees F; wearing a wetsuit is a regular part of waterspouts in Squamish.

Event Website:

2019 US National Championships Overview
29er July 12-14, 2019

2019 US National Championships are being held at the world famous skiff sailing spot commonly called "The Gorge" - in the small town of Cascade Locks, Oregon 40 miles east (up the Columbia River) from Portland International Airport.

The town of Cascade Locks gets its name from the shipping lock that was built to get around a navigation hazard in the Columbia River. The construction of the Bonneville Dam raised the water level high enough to make the lock obsolete. The Port of Cascade Locks now operates the lock area as a multi-purpose event and recreation facility.

The Columbia Gorge Racing Association (CGRA) was formed to take advantage of the excellent wind, flat water, and the Cascade Locks facility to bring high performance sailing to the region. CGRA has hosted at least 6 national or higher level 29er championships - it's our Mecca; you would be hard pressed to see a better list of events each summer than those hosted by CGRA (see

The Gorge is known for its wind - which starts out near Bridge of the Gods and continues to build on its way to the town of Hood River - the wind surfing capital of the World.

The Gorge is gorgeous!

Event Website: Scroll down event list to 29er US Nationals.

29ers at the Wickford!
29er Eight 29ers raced at the 2019 Wickford Regatta (Wickford, RI) this weekend. Results are available at the event website. Note that the published results do not include the crew name. To see an unofficial version of the results with the crew name included, click here. Note that an earlier posting was in error in saying this was the first time the 29er class had sailed at his regatta. 29ers sailed this event in 2017 and 2018. You can find those results at the 2018 and 2017 event websites.

Pre Nationals Training Camp News
The goal of this camp is to provide 29er sailors with a safe and productive environment for tuning up for the Nationals. Richard Feeny will be the head coach and will provide guidance and support, both on and off the water. Note that anyone wishing to sail out of the venue during the Camp must be registered - this is a requirement for the benefit of CGRA. Please visit the event website by clicking here. Teams bringing their own coach will coordinate with Richard to unify efforts when appropriate.

2019 North American Champs
The 29er North American Championships are being sailed in the community of Squamish, British Columbia July 4-6. The Organizing Authority is Royal Vancouver Yacht Club and it is on their website that you'll find the Notice of Race, entry system, etc. The specific page for the event is

2019 US Nationals Camping Reservations
29er The Port of Cascade Locks (where the US 29er Nationals will be held) has campsites for both tents and RVs. They accept reservations starting May 15th. Please put this date on your calendar! For full details of the camping,visit their website at

29er Midwinters West Results
29er Thirty three teams attended the 29er Midwinters West Regatta (Coronado Yacht Club) this past weekend (March 22-24). And as occurred in recent events, Berta Puig/Bella Casarretto, Ripley Shelley/Nicolas Hardy, and Stephan Baker/Oliver Duncan, were competing hard against each other for the top slot. There were multiple lead changes over the 10 race series and in the end 6 points separated 1st from 3rd place. But it was Stephan Baker and Oliver Duncan that came out on top - edging out Ripley and Nicolas by 2 points.

This event was also the second (of 2) qualifying events for the US Team to the 2019 Youth World Championships (Gdynia, Poland) this summer. Thought it's premature to announce who will represent the US, it would appear to be the teams of Stephan/Oliver and Berta/Bella. We'll keep readers posted on the final word from US Sailing.

For full results, please visit the Midwinters West website.

2019 US National Championships
29er The US 29er National Championships is being held at Cascade Locks (aka The Gorge) on July 12-14. The Notice of Race is available for download at the event page on Regatta Network. The event is preceded by a US 29er Class Association sponsored pre-nationals training camp designed to give nationals competitors an opportunity to train on the same waters as the championships.

29er Midwinters East Results
29er Seventeen 29er teams raced the Midwinters East on Biscayne Bay this weekend (March 16-17). Veteran and young teams from Quebec, Ontario, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Orleans, and Florida enjoyed the sunshine and camaraderie this regatta is known for. Newcomers to the class, Stephan Baker and Oliver Duncan, eked out a win over Berta Puig and Bella Casaretto (2018 Youth Worlds silver medalists) by one point.

Both these teams and many others head to Coronado, California next weekend for the second half of the 2019 Youth Worlds qualifications. It will be interesting to see if any California teams are able to challenge these Florida standouts with local knowledge, or by some other method.

Full results are online here.

The wind in Miami was less than 10 knots throughout the regatta, which didn’t deter PRO Carol Ewing from running a great series (including a mini-series for singlehanded coaches!). The marginal planing conditions were made more difficult by abundant sargassum weed in Biscayne Bay. Racers also spotted dolphins, a ray, and a shark.

Congratulations to all.
Richard Feeny

9er Canadians Added to Master Calendar
29er The 9er (that's 49er and 29er) classes will sail their Canadian championships at Kingston Yacht Club August 6-8. See the master calendar.
US Youth Champs Info
29er The US Youth Championships (June 21-25, 2019 at Little Egg Harbor YC) website is ready and waiting for you to visit! Note that the entry deadline is April 15th and that entry, as always, is restricted. So please read the details in the Notice of Race soon so that you can accurately and efficiently prepare your request to enter.
Also note that 29er charter boats are not expected to be available at this event. Contact your preferred charter vendor to verify their intentions.

29ers at The Ida Lewis Regatta
29er The US Jr. Women’s Doublehanded Championships (aka Ida Lewis) are being held at San Diego Yacht Club this summer. There is a 29er division available! Online registration opens Friday March 1st.

29ers in the San Diego NOOD!
29er The San Diego NOOD Regatta has invited the 29er class to race! The NOOD is a three day event but the 29ers will be racing on Saturday and Sunday (March 16-17th) only and will have their own competitor’s meeting at Coronado YC on Saturday morning. Willie McBride will be coaching the event and leading pre- and post-race debriefs. This will be an ideal way to train at the same venue as the 2nd Youth World Qualifier - the 2019 Midwinters West Regatta - on the following weekend (March 22-24). If you have any questions, please feel free to contact JJ Fetter at or (619) 602-9415.

To register for the NOOD, click on "Online Registration” at the NOOD website.
To download the Jr. Waiver, click here.

Midwinters West Update
29er The 29er Midwinters West Regatta is at Coronado Yacht Club (Coronado, California) on March 22-24. This is the second (of two) US Qualifiers for the US team to the Youth World Sailing Championships. There are special requirements for entrants wishing to compete for the slots on the US Team which deserve your careful attention (please see the Notice of Race for full details) but the one I would like to focus on today is membership in the International 29er Class Association. Please make sure you're membership(s) are correct before the start of the regatta.

The event website is being hosted on Regatta Toolbox. Click the following Midwinters West Registration Link

Youth Worlds Qualifier #1 Results
29er The 29er US Youth World Qualifiers #1 (aka YWQ#1) event hosted by Miami Yacht Club came to a close Monday, February 18th, with an outstanding display of talent by the very-new-to-the29er team of Stephan Baker and Oliver Duncan - who won with a score of 12 points (6 firsts and 3 seconds), 14 points ahead of the second place team of veterans Berta Puig and Bella Casaretto (2018 Youth Worlds Girls Silver Medalists). The purpose of this event was to serve as the first (of two) qualifier regattas for selecting the US 29er teams to represent the US in the 2019 Youth World Sailing Championships (Gdynia, Poland) this summer. However, Canada chose to use it for their qualifying too. In the end, we had 29er teams from across the US, across Canada, and the US Virgin Islands. As you can see on Scuttlebutt Sailing News, Stephan Baker is no stranger to the lime light - he has won numerous national and international Optimist events and finished 2nd at the 2018 Optimist World Championships. We imagine Stephan and Oliver have set some sort of record for ascending to the top of the fleet; welcome to the 29er Stephan and Oliver! For full results, please visit the YWQ#1 event website. The next event in the winter calendar is the 29er Midwinters East event (Miami, FL) in March but the real attention is on 29er Midwinters West (Coronado, CA) where the second and final part of the qualifier series takes place. Lastly, a big thank you to Miami Yacht Club, the US I420 Class, which generously permitted the 29ers to piggy back onto their I420 Midwinters, and to all the volunteers from near and far that made this event possible.

2019 Master Calendar Updates
29er The master calendar has been updated to include the Wickford Regatta, Brook E. Gonzalez Advanced Racing Clinic, Commodore Law Trophy Regatta, and the Dinghy Race. These events range from June to August and are across the Long Island Sound/Newport region. Click on the calendar icon to the left to bring up the full size master calendar and move to those months to find the events. There are further details (links, etc.) within each calendar item.

29er Midwinters West is Online!
29er The 2019 Midwinters West (March 22-24 @ Coronado YC) event website is now available on Regatta Toolbox. For many years, this event has been a favorite amongst most 29er sailors and is looking to be a strong event again this year too. Note that this event is also the second (and last) qualifying event for the US team to the 2019 Youth World Championships. Lastly, please pay special attention to the Class Association membership requirements for this regatta, which are listed in the ELIGIBILITY section of the Notice of Race.

29er Midwinters East is Online!
29er The 2019 Midwinters East (March 16-17 @ Miami Sailing Center) event website is now available on Regatta Network. Please pay special attention to the Class Association membership requirements for this regatta, which are listed in the ELIGIBILITY & ENTRY section of the Notice of Race.

2019 Canadian Class Membership System Ready
29er The online dues system is now ready to collect Canadian 29er Class Association dues for 2019! Please visit the membership page on by clicking here!

2019 US Class Membership System Ready
29er The online dues system is now ready to collect US 29er Class Association dues for 2019! Please visit the membership page on by clicking here!

2019 YWQ#1 Notice of Race Published
29er The Notice of Race for the YWQ#1 Regatta is now available for download by clicking here!
It's also being published on the official event website on

2019 29er North Americans in Squamish!
29er The 2019 29er North American Championships will be sailed in Squamish (British Columbia, Canada) July 4-6. This event is organized to lead directly into a US 29er Class Association organized training camp at The Gorge (Cascade Locks, OR) on July 9 and 10 and the US 29er Nationals, also at The Gorge, July 12 thru 14. Details on the events, availability of charter boats, trailering, etc. will be announced in early 2019. In the mean time, please don't don't hesitate to contact John Papadopoulos, President of the US 29er Class Association (, with your questions.

ABYC Turkey Day Regatta Results
ABYC The Alamitos Bay Turkey Day Regatta is a very popular one design event (more than 120 boats across 23 classes) that draws sailors young and old, from San Diego to San Francisco. This regatta is thought to be longest continuously attended 29er event in the history of the 29er class in the US. What makes it so successful? Perhaps it is the turkey dinner Saturday night. Or is it the frozen turkeys and pumpkin pies given out as awards? Who knows. One thing is for sure, the regatta has a long tradition of mild conditions - warm, probably sunny, and mild to moderate winds. As an aside, these mild conditions at the sea shore are are one of the few positives of the Santa Ana winds that are the engine behind the ferocious wild fires that occur in the mountains of So. California each winter. The mild conditions also make this regatta one of the best opportunities to try out 29er racing - it's mellow in spirit, mellow in winds, and generally a fun event. Topping the regatta results were brothers Ian and Noah Nyenhuis, who just a little more than a year ago were one of the youngest (or youngest?) 29er teams at the 2017 Worlds Championships held Alamitos Bay Yacht Club. A big thank you to all that attended, and congratulations to Ian and Noah! For full results, please visit the ABYC website.

2018 Pacific Coast Championships Award
Every year at the ABYC Turkey Day Regatyta, the US 29er Class Association announces winners of the Pacific Coast Championships. This award goes to the top skipper and top crew (scored separately) from a combined scoring of the 29er Midwinters West, Santa Barbara Skiff Fest, Gorge Skiff Regatta, and the ABYC Turkey Day Regattas. This year's winners are Peter Joslin (San Diego, CA) and Scott Mais (Newport Beach, CA). These two sailor have been sailing together at all these events but narrowly won (on a tie break) over with Ryan Eastwood and Sam Merson, who had sailed to excellent results in the first three events but didn't participate in the Turkey Day Regatta. For those with an interest in the math, we use a weighted scoring system where a sailor's score is divided by the number of entrants in the event - to better reflect the performing well in a larger event. A full ranking of all participants at these events is available for download here.

2019 YWQ#1 Update
What is YWQ#1, you ask? Its the not-so-imaginative name we chose for the new 29er regatta being held in Miami next February (2019) that is also being used as a qualifier for the Youth World Sailing Championships (YWQ = Youth Worlds Qualifier).

But don't mistake the silly name for the fact that this is THE regatta for the Spring season on the East Coast and that ALL 29er sailors should seriously consider attending. It's also being used by Canada as their 29er qualifier for the Youth Worlds!

Originally planned for Biscayne Bay (for those that haven't been there, that's the big water in front of downtown Miami) for Friday February 15 thru Sunday the 17th, the event is now sailing Saturday February 16th thru Monday the 18th on the Atlantic Ocean - with Miami YC hosting the event. Monday February 18 is the US President's Day holiday.

Why the change? We're joining with the i420 Midwinters to make things much more efficient for the hard-working regatta volunteers in Miami and to raise the bar a bit higher for 29er sailors by sailing in the ocean. The Notice of Race for the combined i420 Midwinters/29er YWQ#1 is almost done. It will be announced here and elsewhere when it's ready for you to download.

In the meantime, please update your calendars to match the new dates (we've already updated the master calendar above) and start making your travel plans; 29er charter boats can be reserved now from both KO Sailing and DoubleWave. DoubleWave's large trailer is also available for those that want help getting their own boats from So. California to the regatta.

Columbus Day Weekend News
29er The Columbus Day weekend (October 6 & 7) was busy with 29er racing at the San Diego Olympic Classes Regatta and the American Yacht Club High Performance Regatta. For many competitors, this was their first 29er regatta and, by all reports, both were very successful. SDOCR results are available here. AYC results were not available online. The SDOCR regatta was the culmination of a new development program, led by JJ Fetter and Giselle Nyenhuis, that included several training clinics in the weeks leading up to the event. The AYC High Performance Regatta was the first test for the newly formed CT Skiff Squad, who have been training intently this fall. See earlier postings below to learn about these efforts.

Open Orange Bowl Update
Open Orange Bowl The 2018 Open Orange Bowl Regatta Notice of Race is expected to be published around October 12 on the calendar page of the Regatta Network site. The event is based out of Coconut Grove Sailing Club (Miami, FL) and runs from December 26 thru December 30th. Charter 29ers are being offered by KO Sailing. Please contact them at (800) 276-SAIL or visit

2Niner Squad Fall Program
2Niner Squad Catch up with the 2Niner Squad (Miami, FL) fall program events by visiting here.

KO Sailing Embraces the 29er
KO Sailing KO Sailing (Seabrook, TX) has announced that they are now an authorized dealer of the 29er sailboat. They will be offering boat sales, event boat charters, and "truck boat" transport of 29ers - starting this fall with services focussed on training and racing events in Miami. Dealer contact information.

26 youth sailors attend pre-SDOCR 29er clinic!
SDOCR 26 sailors, mostly new to the 29er, were led thru two days of introduction and training on sailing the 29er by 29er coaches Richard Feeny, Dane & Quinn Wilson, Duncan Williford and Jon Rogers. The event was held at San Diego Yacht Club in late August as part of a long-term plan to create more youth high-performance sailing opportunities in San Diego. A special thanks to program leaders Giselle Camet Nyenhuis and JJ Fetter and the many generous people that contributed time, money, and material to get 10 borrowed boats on the water! This is the first of two clinics, the next being September 22-23rd, preparing these sailors for their first 29er regatta - the San Diego Olympic Classes Regatta (SDOCR) which is scheduled for October 6 and 7. Please check out the clinic web page and SDOCR page.

SDOCR Added to Hamlin Series
SCYYRA The San Diego Olympic Classes Regatta (SDOCR), October 6 and 7, is now officially part of the 2018/2019 SCYYRA Hamlin 29er Series! In addition to the SDOCR, the Hamlin Series includes the Turkey Day Regatta at Alamitos Bay YC, the 29er Midwinters West Regatta at Coronado Yacht Club, and the Santa Barbara Yacht Club Skiff Fest. For dates and details, please see the Hamlin Series page at SCYYRA.

CT 29er Skiff Squad Launched!
HH The newest 29er squad has launched in Connecticut! Greg Gigliotti, squad leader, has organized fall training in CT followed by winter training in Miami. Their first training session, sailed out of Indian Harbor YC over Memorial Day weekend, was coached by Veteran 29er sailor Duncan Williford. This squad is also responsible for the recent invitations for 29ers to compete in the American YC High Performance Regatta and Sail Newport's Halloween Howl (see announcements below.) Let's show our support for the sailors by bringing enough teams to these regattas to make them a success! A special shout out to Richard Feeny, squad leader of the Great Northern Skiff Squad, for his generous support of this new squad. You can follow the squad on Instagram at @ct29erskiff

Eric Lyall and Andrew Moreno win 29er NA Championships
HH The 2018 29er North American Championships in Kingston, Ontario (in conjunction with the CORK International Regatta) recently concluded. The Vancouver, BC team of Eric Lyall and Andrew Moreno, who got off to a bit of rough start (finishes of 7, 10, and a disqualification) won the final seven races - to win by 4 points over the 2nd place team of Jake Adair & Galen Richardson. It's important to note that Eric and Andrew were also the top ranking team at the 2018 US National Championships. To see the full NA Championships results, please click on the: CORK results webpage

American Yacht Club High Performance Regatta
HH American Yacht Club (Rye, NY) American Yacht Club is hosting their annual High Performance Regatta (HPR) over the October 6 & 7 weekend and are inviting 29er racers to compete. Please visit the webpage to see the Notice of Race, entry, etc.

Sail Newport's Halloween Howl Regatta
HH 29ers are invited to compete at the Sail Newport Halloween Howl Regatta on Sunday October 28. Please visit the Halloween Howl webpage to download the Notice of Race.

29ers Invited to Inaugural San Diego Olympic Classes Regatta
SDOCR San Diego Yacht Club welcomes 29er racers to attend the newly created Olympic Classes Regatta this October 5 thru 7, 2018. The first day of the event includes registration, check-in, and a reception. Racing will be on Saturday and Sunday (October 6th and 7th.) You can learn more about this event by visiting the SDOCR webpage and reading the press release by clicking here.

Eric Lyall and Andrew Moreno win 2018 US 29er National Championships
Racing at the 2018 US 29er National Championships (hosted by Community Boating Center, Inc of New Bedford, MA) concluded with 4 solid races in excellent skiff racing conditions - a welcome change from the loss of racing the previous day due to a storm passing thru the region. Eric Lyall and Andrew Moreno (Vancouver, BC) comfortably bested the fleet in the 8 race series with 5 first place and 2 second place finishes. Their success follows a number of excellent performances in the class - previously honored by being selected as Sail Canada's Sailor of the Month for April of 2017. Peter Joslin (San Diego, CA) and Scott Mais (Newport Beach, CA) were the top finishing all-US team and are this year's US 29er Class Association Champions. Also recognized were the top all female team of Brooke Shachoy and Jana Laurendeau and the top Junior team of Galen Richardson and Jake Adair (CAN) - who finished second overall.

For results and official postings, please visit the 2018 US 29er National Championships website.

Please visit the 29er North American Facebook page for photos and videos. Click here.

For those looking to next summer's racing, the US 29er Class Association announced that the 2019 US Nationals will be held at The Gorge ( July 12-14, 2019.

2018 US 29er National Championship News
After a successful first day of racing on Saturday (4 races completed), a storm system tracking thru the region (bringing heavy rain, large seas, high winds, and lightning) will likely keep racing from occurring today.

Please visit the 29er North American Facebook page for photos and videos. Click here.

For results and official postings, please visit the 2018 US 29er National Championships website.

9er Demo Day (Kingston, ONT)
Anyone interested in trying out a 29er, 49er, or 49erFX should come to the Canadian 9er Demo Day August 8 in Kingston, ON. Please click this link to download the flyer.

2018 US 29er National Championship Website is Online
The regatta website for the 2018 US 29er National Championships (New Bedford, MA ~ July 19-July 22) is hosted on You can go there directly by clicking this link.

2018 29er Midwinters East (Miami, FL)
Light winds prevailed during the three day regatta. US team Berta Puig and Bella Casaretto (Miami, FL) put on a clinic last weekend at the 2018 MidWinter's East - finishing with 24 total points. This three day, 10 race series was a showdown of light air skills and strategic execution. Great Northern Squad's Charlie Hibben and Nick Hardy (Boston, MA.) placed second overall by locking into a high mode upwind that was hard to match.

Top 5 finishers
1 Berta Puig & Bella Casaretto (FL) 24 pts.
2 Charlie Hibben & Nick Hardy (MA) 38 pts.
3 Ripley Shelley & Severin Gramm (FL) 45 pts.
4 Brooke Sachoy & Jana Laurendeau (MA) 49 pts.
5 Ryan Eastwood & Sam Merson (CA) 52 pts.

Please visit the MWW regatta website for full results.

2018 29er Midwinters West(Coronado, CA)
Twenty nine teams from British Columbia, Washington, and California sailed at the 29er Midwinters West regatta which got underway today (Friday March 23). Neil Marcellini and Jack Joslin held on to their early lead winning over David Eastwood and Samuel Merson by a few points. Pleave visit the 29er Midwinters West regatta website to get full scores.

2018 US 29er National Championship Regatta NOR Posted
Please click this link to download the Notice of Race. The full event website will be hosted at late March/early April.

2018 29er Midwinters West (Coronado, CA)
Pleave visit the 29er Midwinters West regatta website where you can find the Notice of Race and online registration. This event is the second stop of the four regatta SCYYRA Hamlin Series that consists of the 2017 ABYC Halloween, 2017 ABYC Turkey Day, 2018 , which you can find more about at here.

2018 CISA Advanced Racing Clinic Deadline Approaching
The CISA Advanced Racing Clinic entry deadline is February 1!
To enter, visit the CISA website.

2018 29er Roadmap Announced
Thru the joint efforts of the Canadian and US Class Associations, one of the most exciting summer racing roadmaps ever has been organized.

The roadmap begins with the US National Championships in New Bedford, Massachusetts and then moves to Kingston, Ontario (Canada) where there will be a 4 day training camp, the Canadian Championships, a coaches clinic, a 29er demonstration day, and the 29er North American Championships!

July 20-23: 29er US National Championships (New Bedford, MA)
July 28-31: Training Camp (Kingston, ON)
August 1: Coaches Clinic (Kingston, ON)
August 3-6: Canadians (Kingston, ON)
August 8: 29er Demo Day (Kingston, ON)
August 13-17: 29er NA Champs/CORK International Regatta (Kingston, ON)

For 29er teams on the West Coast, we’re strongly encouraging attending the Gorge Skiff Regatta too; this is THE definitive high performance sailing venue - big breeze, low stress, big scenery, and fresh water.

July 13-15: Gorge Skiff Regatta (Cascade Locks, OR)

To support the US and Canadian teams on the West Coast that want to attend the eastern events, the US 29er Class Association has made arrangements for a 10 boat trailer to transport 29ers thru the entire circuit - with pick up points in Southern California, Northern California, and the Gorge.

Direct questions to US 29er Class Association President John Papadopoulos at (949) 466-0888 or jakp AT mindspring DOT com.

See July and August of the North American Racing Calendar.

2017 Open Orange Bowl Registration

The 2Niner Skiff Squad (Miami, FL) invites 29er sailors to come to the 2017 Open Orange Bowl Regatta - squad leader Phil Muller assures us all that the wind and water will be warm and the racing top notch. If you haven’t already done so, please register by clicking this link.

2017 29er Pacific Coast Championships

The 2017 29er Class Pacific Coast Championships Series concluded at the Alamitos Bay Yacht Club Turkey Day Regatta. The series is scored using the results of a range of 29er events hosted along the US West Coast. The Maxam Family Perpetual Trophy is awarded to the top skipper and crew who, this year, are the brothers Peter and Jack Joslin of San Diego. Peter and Jack capped off their participation in the series by winning the Turkey Day Regatta.
Jack Joslin - 1st Crew, 1st Youth Crew
Sam Merson - 2nd Crew
Ian Brill - 3rd Crew
Kate Klempen - 1st Female Crew
Peter Joslin - 1st Skipper, 1st Youth Skipper
David Eastwood - 2nd Skipper
Pearce Mendoza - 3nd Skipper
Marley Mais - 1st Female Skipper

2018 29er Midwinters East
Now that the US 29er Class Association has concluded its efforts regarding the US Youth Worlds selection events (see below), we can now announce that the 2018 29er Midwinters East Regatta (aka MWE) will be held in Miami on March 16-18. The Notice of Race, which was slated to be published November 1, is being revised to include the language necessary for all US Sailing selection events. We will post the NOR here as soon as that work is completed. Without going into the details, the event will be virtually the same as it was in 2017 (schedule, number of races, etc.). Thank you for your patience. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact US 29er Class Association president John Papadopoulos at

2018 US Youth Worlds Selection Events Update
The US 29er Class Association worked tirelessly in support of improving the US Sailing selection events for the 2018 Youth Worlds so that they were more less intrusive to school schedules and more acccesible. In the end, US Sailing chose to stand by their choices. The Class Association, which owns and operates the Midwinters East regatta, will now focus on working with US Sailing to make it a successful selection event. We encourage any sailors without the resources to transport their own boat to these events to contact Zim Sailing - which recently stepped up to providing charter boats at both selection events.

2018 US Youth Worlds Selection Events
US Sailing has announced the selection events for the 2018 Youth Worlds and has chosen to use two events in March 2018, one in Texas March 2-4 and the other in Florida March 16-18 (See this link for details).

The US 29er Class Association recognizes that US Sailing’s choice of having an event in Texas, far from all 29er squads yet close in time to two critical 29er events (29er Midwinters East and 29er Midwinters West), poses a significant logistical and financial obstacles for many of our sailors.

The US 29er Class Association is committed to finding a better solution. Please check back to our website for updates.

2017 29er NA Championships
William and Sam Bonin bested a fleet of 32 teams at the 2017 29er NA Champs held in conjunction with the CORK International Regatta. For the overall results, please visit

29ers Invited to Cornish Hen Regatta
The 2017 Cornish Hen Regatta is September 9 and 10 at Royal Hamilton Yacht Club. Visit for more info.

2017 29er US Nationals
Congratulations to Seb Lardies and Scott McKenzie of New Zealand for placing first at the 2017 29er US National Championships. Alie Toppa and Jacob Rosenberg finished second overall and, as top US team, were crowned the US National Champions. For results, please visit the regatta website at Alamitos Bay Yacht Club.

29ers Invited to ABYC Memorial Day Regatta
Alamitos Bay Yacht Club is inviting all 29ers to compete in this year's Memorial Day Regatta (May 27 & 28). This event will be a good opportunity to get some practice in at the site of the 2017 29er Worlds Championships later this summer. Please visit and register soon so that the organizers can more accurately plan for our one design class.

Gorge Skiff Regatta Registration and NOR online
The Gorge Skiff Regatta is this July 14-16.  As most seasoned 29er racers know,  sailing in the Gorge is a fundamental part of the complete 29er experience.  To help those that are interested in attending, DoubleWave will be transporting 29ers from California to the event and Phil Muller, 2Niner Squad leader, will be there supporting his squad and is welcoming additional sailors that wish to work with his squad at this event.

Please visit Colubmia Gorge Racing Association (CGRA) website to see the Notice of Race and to enter into this year's Gorge Skiff Regatta.

To learn more about transport, contact US 29er Class President John Papadopoulos at (949) 466-0888 or by email at jakp AT mindspring DOT com.

In the mean time, plesae register for the regatta!.

29er Midwinters West - Wrap Up

Racing concluded on Sunday March 26 with a day of medium winds under sunny skies. Eric Lyall and Edward Coleman from Britsh Columbia (photo above) - resoundingly won the day and the event with finishes of 1, 1, 2 in the final three races.

Click on the following awards photos for larger versions.  (L-R): Berta Puig and Charlotte Mack - top femal team, Ryan Eastwood and Sam Merson, Ripley Shelley and Severin Gramm, Ed Coleman (team mate Eric Lyall not present).  Jill Powell - Regatta Chair - to the right in each photo and Coronado Yacht Club Vice Commodore Dean Eckenroch to the left.

Results/Event Website:
Day 1 photos:
Day 2 photos:

Last, but not least, a photo of some of the race committee!

Canadian Grand Prix Circuit Announced

29er Midwinters West - Day 2
Four more races were completed today (bringing the total to 7) under occasionally very shifty winds. The scoreboard has shifted around a bit too with three teams distancing themselves from the rest of the fleet: "Locals" David Eastwood (Santa Barbara, CA) and Sam Merson (San Diego, CA) and Robert "Ripley" Shelley and Severin Gramm (Miami, FL) are tied for first place with 18 points, while yesterday's leaders, Eric Lyall and Edward Coleman (Vancouver, BC), are just one point behind.

Bella Casaretto and Ashton Borcherding (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) are the leading all female team.

Follow the event on Twitter at #29erMidwinters2017 where you'll find videos and more.

Click here for full results.

Big turnout at 29er Midwinters West!

Eric Lyall and Edward Coleman (Vancouver, BC) are at the top of the scoreboard after the first three races of the 2017 29er Midwinters West Regatta being hosted by Coronado Yacht Club (Coronado, CA).  The event typically draws about 30 teams but has exploded to 52 entries this year - reflecting the interest in the 29er World Championships being held in California this summer.  Looking back, it appears that this is the 3rd largest 29er regatta ever in the USA; #2 was the 2005 29er US Nationals/Pre-Worlds (58 boats) and #1 was the 2005 29er World Championships (78 boats) immediately following.  This year's event is also noteworthy for two additional reasons: nearly half of the entries are from outside the continental USA - bringing a distinctly international feel to the event, and that, yet again, this event is a qualifier for both USA and CAN teams looking to compete in the 2018 Youth World Sailing Championships.  Racing continues thru Sunday March 26th; keep pace with the results by clicking here and event photos by Christian Bonin by clicking

Ripley Shelley and Severin Gramm Win at Midwinters East!
Ripley Shelley and Severin Gramm (L-R below) bested a fleet of 19 teams sailing on Miami's Biscayne Bay at the March 17-19 29er Midwinters East Regatta. Bella Casaretto and Ashton Borcherding were the top female team (L-R below).  Full results are available here. Coach Richard Feeny has also shared his Google photo album of the event.

Update:  More photos, courtesy of Christian Bonin, from this event are available.
for Day 2 at and Day 3 at

2017 Youth Sailing World Championships to be held in Sanya, China
The complete press release from World Sailing is available here

US 29er Nationals Regatta Site Up
Please visit Alamitos Bay Yacht Club's website and click on the Regattas menu item to access the Notice of Race, online registration, and more.

Competitors wishing to bring their boats to the venue prior to the event should contact the organizers to determine early arrival procedures and restrictions.  We also encourage everyone to read the Notice of Race for the 29er Worlds, available at

Bella Casaretto & Ian MacDiarmid win 2016 Open-Orange Bowl

Miami served up a week of excellent skiff conditions during the 2016 Open Orange Bowl Regatta. The first two days held light to medium sea-breeze conditions where several teams mixed up and the leader board. Unsettled wind shifts and spotty pressure made for extreme gains and losses. Lake sailors Harry Melges IV (Lake Geneva, Wis.) and Finn Rowe (Lake Geneva, Wis.) led the fleet throughout the first day, but tricky upstream current left them with two OCS scores to end the first day. Equipment breakdowns and spotty pressure put teams like Marina Hutler (Brazil) and Nick Hardy (Concord, Mass.) and Taro Sochi (Fishers Island, NY) and Jack Fisher (Newport, RI) from top 3 at the top mark deep into the pack.

Consistency was key in Miami, the Joslin brothers (Jack and Peter) from Southern California consistently put together winning down winds, sailing deeper and faster than much of the pack. Local teams Ripley Shelley and Shane Riera (Miami, FL) kept it simple, minimizing tacks and finding pressure up the field.

Day three of the event kept the fleet onshore as dying gradient held back the sea-breeze. The forecast for the final day had everyone eager for the four races the RC held in 14-18 knots from the North East. Bella Casaretto (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) and Ian MacDiarmid (Del Ray Beach, Fl) found a new gear and finished the regatta with a 1, 1, 1 , 4 to win the 2016 Open-Orange Bowl. For full results, please click here.  Report courtesy of Phil Muller, 2Niner Skiff Squad Leader.

29ers Invited to ABYC Jr. Invitational
Alamitos Bay Yacht Club is inviting 29er sailors to compete in the Winter Junior Invitational Regatta on January 21 and 22. Click here to view the Notice of Race for this event.

29er Pacific Championship Series Concludes
The 2016 29er Pacific Coast Championships is a 5 event series composed of the 29er Midwinters West, the Skiff Fest, Gorge Skiff Regatta, a San Francisco event that changes from time to time - this year it was the Totally Dinghyt Regatta, and the Turkey Day Regatta at Alamitos Bay Yacht Club. Each skipper and crew is scored individually across all events, with the sailors with the lowest points winning. The 2016 PCC Champions are Sam Merson (Crew) and Ryan Ratliffe (Skipper). Awards were also presented to the following:

1st Female Crew Sally Wilmot
1st Female Skipper Marley Mais
2nd Crew Ian Brill
2nd Skipper Neil Marcellini
3rd Crew Wells Drayton
3rd Skipper David Eastwood

Attended all events: Aitor Iriso, Eneko Iriso

Click here to download PDF of full results

2Niner Squad Warm Water Clinic #1

2NINER squad will host a pre-Orange Bowl Regatta Warm Water Clinic out of the US Sailing Center Miami on the dates of December 19-23, 2016 (Monday through Friday).

Join sailors from around the country to prepare for one of youth sailing’s largest and most competitive events of the year.

Warm Water Clinic # 1 will focus on equipment preparation, rig set-up and tuning; regatta specific meteorological and forecasting factors; advanced boat handling and technical movements. Hours will be spent on-shore reviewing video footage and on the water with advanced coaching of drills and practice races. Hours: 10am-4pm

US$375/sailor; price includes Clinic Tuition, Clinic Jersey, Water.

Email Phil Muller at or call him at 954.257.9495 for more information and sign up.

Please visit

Fall CORK Regatta
Eleven 29er teams raced at the Fall CORK Regatta (Kingston, ON). The winds on the first day were from the North (not the usual direction) and shifty; four races were completed.  No racing for the 29ers on Sunday as the wind just wouldn't settled in.

1st - Charles Savard & Louis Riel-Brockie
2nd - Aidan Chiu & Mark McCutcheon
3rd - Galen Richardson & Josh Yale

For full results, visit

Miami Based 2niner Squad Flying
Please visit to learn more about the Florida/Gulf Coast/Caribbean centric 29er 2Niner Skiff Squad led by Coach Phil Muller.

Open Orange Bowl Registration and NOR now Online
Please visit the Regatta Network page to read the NOR and enter the regatta.

Lyall and Woods win 29er NA Champs
Eric Lyall and Andrew Wood won over field of 29 teams across a total of 15 races. These two sailors are more normally found on opposing boats that compete hard against each other for the top CAN team.  For full official results visit the CORK website  To see a history of 29er NA Championships, please visit the "Our Champions" page (see permanent link to the right)

Skiff Squad Website
Learning to sail a 29er well is a challenging task, requiring professional coaching to get the most out of the sailors and the boat.  With only a few skiff coaches available across the US, it is crucial that 29er teams train together regularly and have regular coaching to monitor and adjust each team's training regimen appropriately.  These small groups of sailors and coach(es) are skiff squads.  Leading US Skiff Coach Willie McBride has created a website - - to introduce squads and training opportunities to the community.  The US 29er Class Association fully endorses the squad concept and recommends that all 29er racers visit the website to find (or help create) a squad appropriate for their needs.

CAN 9er Demo Day

Please come to the Canadian 9er classes 9er demo day on Aug 11 in Kingston, Ontario.  Opti, C420 and Radial sailors are especially welcome. To learn more, visit the event website

Louisa Nordstrom and Cate Mollerus win at Newport Regatta
Seven teams made an innaugural showing of the 29er at the Newport Regatta, held the weekend of July 9 & 10.  Catherine (aka Cate) Mollerus (Larchmont, NY) and Louisa Nordstrom (Florida), both new to the 29er, are pushing hard to get ready for the 29er Worlds this season in Medemblik, NED.  You may recognized Cate from her recent second place finish at the 2016 US Nationals where she sailed with Christopher Williford.  The 29ers were invited to the Newport Regatta as part of a growing support for high performance youth sailing in the region.  Click on the regatta link above for full results.

Ryan Ratliffe and Sam Merson win US 29er Nationals
Coming into the final day of the regatta, the team of Crhistopher Williford (Ft. Lauderdale) and Cate Mollerus (Larchmont, NY) had finished first in four of the seven race completed so far; holding a 4 point lead over the second place team of Ryan and Andrew Wood (Vancouver, BC).  Three other teams were within easy striking distance of the top spot.  However the weather forecast for the final day was grim and the morning started out that way - a north wind was blowing against the normal sea breeze - which means that the wind would die out in the convergence zone across the bay.  And it did.  The race committee initially postponed the fleet ashore and then called the fleet out to the race area to be ready when the sea breeze would break thru.  And when it did, the fleet was provided with some of the best racing conditions seen the whole regatta, allowing for the remaining 4 races to be compelted. The team of Ryan Ratliffe and Sam Merson (San Diego, CA) "won the day" with finishes of 2, 1, 1, and 3 - against Christopher and Catherine's 1, 6, 6, 2 - to win the 2016 US 29er National Championships.  For final results, please click here.

(L-R: Sam Merson, Ryan Ratliffe)

(L-R: Prize Winners, John Papadopoulos, PRO Michael Levesque)

US 29er Nationals Racing Underway
35 teams are competing at the US 29er National Championships this week in Newport, Rhode Island - hosted by Sail Newport.  The regatta has a very international flavor with teams representing Canada, Bermuda, Virgin Islands, Antigua, New Zealand, and the USA.  Racing results are being published online at the event website

Falmouth 29er Regatta Open for Registration
29er sailors are invited to attend the brand new 29er regatta being hosted by Falmouth Yacht Club this August 3 and 4.  For the Notice of Race, please visit

Come try out the 29er at the Canadian Demo Day
The Canadian 9er classes are offering young sailors the chance to demo a skiff on August 11, 2016 – the day before Opti CORK - at Kingston Harbour (Kingston, ON). Click here for more details.

2016 Gorge Skiff Regatta Registration
The Gorge Skiff Regatta is July 15-17. Please register at the event website

Zim Announces Summer 29er Charter Boat Offerings
Zim Sailing (Warren, RI) is offering a variety of options on chartering a 29er for the coming season in New England. Please click on this link or the image to download their flyer.

Brill and Brill win 2016 29er Midwinters West
Max Brill (San Diego), reigning US 29er National Champion, and his brother Ian (San Diego) put together an excellent series of races - their worst score was a third place - to win the 2016 29er Midwinters Regatta at Coronado Yacht Club (Coronado, California). The three day event included 12 races that were sailed in winds ranging from 9 knots to mid teeens. The 27 teams that raced icame from near and far: British Columbia, Oregon, California, Florida, and the US Virgin Islands.  Full results are available at this link.

2016 US 29er Nationals Registration Open
Online registration for the US 29er National Championships is now open at Regatta Network (

2016 Summer Roadmap for West Coast Teams
The following series of summer events are recommended for US West Coast 29er teams.  Boat transportation from California to Rhode Island, to Cascade Locks, and then back to California is available thru DoubleWave.  British Columbia 29er sailors are encouraged to attend the ODP Training Camp and Gorge Skiff Regatta at Cascade Locks, OR.

June 24-26 - ODP Training Camp (Sail Newport)
June 27-30 - 29er Nationals (Sail Newport)
July 11-13 - ODP Training Camp (Cascade Locks, OR)
July 15-17 - Gorge Skiff Regatta  (Cascade Locks, OR)
August 5-9 - US Sailing Youth Championships - by resume (Coronado, CA)

2016 Summer Roadmap for East Coast Teams
The following summer events are recommended for all US East Coast 29er teams.  Eastern Canadian teams are encouraged to attend the US 29er Nationals, Sail Newport, and Falmouth 29er Regattas. Contact ZIM Sailing regarding charter boats for East Coast events.

June 4-5 - ODP All-Girls Skiff Camp - by resume/invitation (Newport, RI)
June 16-19 - Brooke E Gonzalez Advanced Racing Clinic - by resume (Sail Newport)
June 24-26 - ODP Training Camp (Sail Newport)
June 27-30 - 29er Nationals (Sail Newport)
July 8-10 - Sail Newport Regatta (Sail Newport)
July 14 - Junior Olympics @ Niantic Bay Yacht Club (Niantic, CT)
August 4-5 - Falmouth 29er Regatta (Falmouth, MA)
August 5-9 - US Sailing Youth Championships (Coronado, CA) (optional)
August 14-18 - 29er North Americans at CORK (Kingston, ONT CAN)

2016 Midwinters West Online
Click on the following links for the 2016 29er Midwinters West Regatta (Coronado Yacht Club) Notice of Race and Online Entry Form.  Charter boats are available thru DoubleWave; contact John at (949) 466-0888 or for details.

2016 ODP 29er Master Calendar Posted
Click on this link to see the 29er related events on the 2016 ODP Master Calendar.

The ODP and the US 29er Class Association have been working together all season to create opportunities to accelerate 29er team skills - mostly thru training camps but occasionally thru more directed efforts such as supporting select teams at International competitions. All 29er sailors are encouraged to look at the ODP program closely - we feel it has something to offer to most 29er teams. Click here to visit the ODP website.

For more reports, visit the Archives!

Most smart devices (e.g. iPads and smartphones), the Apple OSX Calendar program, and some Windows calendaring programs can subscribe to this calendar - which means you see these events without having to visit this site and that updates to the calendar will show up automatically to your device/application with little or no effort on your part.

Apple Mac OSX and Microsoft Windows Outlook 2007 users: Read this PDF.

Apple iPhone/iPad users:
1) Tap and hold your finger on this link
2) A menu will pop up - tap the "Copy" option
3) Tap the "Settings" icon for your device
4) Tap the "Mail, Contacts, Calendars" icon
5) Tap "Add Account"
6) Tap "Other" (located at the bottom of the list)
7) Tap "Add Subscribed Calendar" -- DO NOT add the 29er NA Master Calendar to an existing calendar on your device.

8) Tap the area to the right of "Server" and then tap the "Paste" pop-up that should occur. The data you copied should have pasted into the entry window.
9) Tap "Next", located in the upper right corner of the screen
10) The device will verify connection to the online calendar and will report the name of the server, the description of
the calendar, and more. You can edit the Description if you wish.
11) Tap "Save"

Click here to read these instructions in PDF form.