Captain Michelle Boroski: Team Sistership, Race to Alaska (R2AK) If you’ve never heard of this race, its North America’s longest human and wind powered race through some of the most treacherous waters along the Inside Passage from Washington to Alaska. The race is a quirky, gutsy venture attracting only the most fearless adventurers and sailors. In 2015, Michelle Boroski created Team Sistership, and aboard a Corsair F-27 led the rst all-women’s team to nish the R2AK race. She has been sailing since age 12, and circumnavigated the globe as medical of cer for Semester at Sea. A resident of Ventura, Michelle explores the Channel Islands on her refurbished 1965 classic Alberg-Erickson 35ˊ sloop.
In the tradition of the Club, the Wednesday luncheon is open to the public. RSVP at LAYC.org or call the Club of ce, (310) 831-1203, if you plan to attend. Lunch is $20+tax and visitors may pay by cash or credit card.