Start: June 19, 2021
10 AM (9 AM early start for slower craft on the long course)
Distance: Short Course: 2.5 NM (2.9 mi); Long Course: 6.8 NM (7.8 mi)
Mandatory Meeting: 7:00 pm Friday, June 18 Zoom and Mandatory Pre-race Video
Registration: Online only
Director: Steve Chapin
Getting to the Start
From Port Townsend, follow the signs to Fort Worden. Go to the east end of the fort and follow the road along the waterway to the large pier. There is plenty of parking along the beach and for those with trailers any one of three parking lots further out on the left-hand side.
In honor of Juneteenth, parking is free at all WA state parks on Saturday, June 19.
Register on Pacific Multisports. Registration is open until 10 am Friday, June 18. No in-person or day-of-race registration is allowed for this year’s race. Pre-race Zoom meeting is required Friday, June 18 at 7 pm. Please view the Mandatory Pre-race Video prior to attending the Zoom meeting
9:00 AM early start for slower craft on the long course
10:00 AM standard start, long and short courses
Race meeting: Pre-race Zoom meeting is required Friday, June 18 at 7 pm.
The long course starts and finishes at Fort Worden State Park at the Kitchen Shelter, proceeding SE by Pt. Hudson, then across the bay, around Rat Island and back.
The short course turns at Pt. Hudson; start and finish same as the long course.
Long Course: Evan Jacobs and Tyler Peterson, 52:09 in 2015 in a Mass 2x
Short Course: Jiri Pertold, 28:52.4 in 2013 in a SK
$20 SR members and juniors; $25 non-member adults
Ribbons awarded for 1st-3rd by category.
Salmon chowder, included in registration fee. BYO beverage.
Fort Worden State Park. A very popular camping spot with campsites on the beach near the start. Fort Worden runs its own reservation system Web site: http://fortworden.org/stay-here/camping/