Renowned for its intense racing, the adrenaline-fueled Extreme Sailing Series returns to San Diego, for the second year, from Oct. 18-21, at Race Village located on Harbor Island.
The only U.S. stop on the global tour will play host to a fleet of international sailing teams, including one USA squad, in an event presented by SAP, all racing in identical GC32 flying hydrofoil catamarans.
Viewing is open to the public and free-to-enter at Race Village located on Harbor Island.
The event will provide shore-side entertainment for the whole family and spectators can enjoy live music, entertainment, bars, food stalls and commentary of the racing.
Alternatively, spectators can watch the exciting Stadium Racing from the VIP Extreme Club, which offers guests the opportunity to enjoy the event in style with views of the racing, five-star catering, refreshments, and exclusive entertainment and behind-the-scenes access.
Spectators can also experience the Stadium Racing with the Guest Sailor spot. Guests can ride on board the flying catamarans during racing for a memorable experience, for more information visit San Diego Extreme Sailing.
San Diego State University estimated that last year’s event generated $2.5 million for the local economy.
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