2022 RS Tera North American Championships
Aug 26th - 28th Marina del Rey, CA
Friday: Early check-in and practice races (1300-1800)
Saturday: PRO fleet and SPORT Fleet Qualification series
Sunday: Pro fleet and Gold / Silver Championship series
Santa Monica Windjammers Yacht Club
REGISTER HERE / Notice Of Race
Entry fee $75 by August 15th, $100 by August 26th 1700.
Includes regatta T-shirt, awards, class admin, hospitality, and race management.
* B.A.Y.S. RS Tera / RS Feva Clinegatta
Feb 12th at Richmond Yacht Club
* RS Fevas at the Spring Dinghy Regatta
March 19th & 20th at St. Francis Yacht Club
* East Coast Championships
Coming Summer 2022 during the Junior Olympics
July 30th to August 5th, 2022 WPNSA
RS Games 2022 – 12 RS Class Championships
RS Tera North American Championships 2021
Results Posted !!
Richmond, California – August 14-15
The RS Tera North Americans saw great racing across two fleets, the RS Tera Sport and the RS Tera PRO. More than twenty sailors travelled to Northern California for the two-day event. Sailors had the opportunity to partake in a clinic day on Friday with Tera Class President, Renee Corpuz-Lahne and Richmond Yacht Club Head Coach, Dan Brandt.
The event saw near perfect conditions with sunny skies and medium to light breeze. Eight races were sailed over the two days across both fleets. Tight racing led to close scores, with many sailors within only a few points of each other. In the Tera PRO class, two sailors from Peninsula Youth Sailing Foundation found themselves on the podium with Abel Toth finishing third and Justin Turcotte finishing second. Winning the event with an impressive eight, first place finishes was Akira Sophie Bratti, out of St. Francis Yacht Club.
In the Tera Sport, Leon Blaine, from Peninsula Yacht Sailing Foundation finished third. The top of the podium featured two sailors from Dana West Yacht Club. Xyler Yee finished in second, and, with two bullets to finish the event, Wyatt Dalby came in first.
Congratulations to all the sailors that competed and thank you to all the volunteers and individuals that made this event possible.
- Story & photo courtesy RS Sailing! https://www.rssailing.com/the-rs-tera-north-american-championship/
September 21-22, 2019 Dana Point, California, USA
Photos Courtesy Bronny Daniels joysailing.com
* The North American RS Tera Class Association is a part of the RS Sailing North America Class Association and by joining the Tera Class you are actually becoming a member in the RS Sailing North America Class Association. Your Association - The RS Tera North America Class Association - is run by volunteers coordinating everything Tera, from introducing young sailors to our sport through to managing and organizing racing events, training and teams. The RS Tera is a seaworthy, durable, strict one-design and a World Sailing International Class since 2007. If you’d like to be more involved, we would love to hear from you! – Anthony Capri, President
INTERNATIONAL CLASS ASSOCIATION
The RS Tera is a 21st century single-hander that looks cool and makes sailing easy. From entry level to international competition the RS Tera gets kids hooked on sailing. And that’s exactly what we want. It’s packed with features that make sailing safe and easy. It comes up dry from a capsize. It’s quick and simple to rig by youngsters. It’s tough. Two sail sizes mean small novices and experienced teenagers love the RS Tera equally, parents do too. Above all, at the beach with family – or on the World Circuit with international competitors – the emphasis is on fun afloat while building incredible sailing experiences. Perfect.