San Francisco Bay
The Italian entry in the America’s Cup sailing races said the owner of the boat is coming to San Francisco to decide whether to compete.
A week after the death of one of their team’s sailors during a practice run for the America’s Cup regatta, Artemis Racing held a private ceremony Thursday to honor their fallen friend.
The America’s Cup will go on as planned after the death of a sailor during a training run last week on San Francisco Bay.
A German youth sailing team has announced it is withdrawing from the upcoming America’s Cup regatta in the wake of the death last week of a sailor on a separate team.
Officials have not ruled out cancelling the America’s Cup Race scheduled for this summer based on the outcome of multi-agency investigations currently underway.
The 36-year-old deceased sailor, identified as Olympic gold medalist Andrew “Bart” Simpson of the United Kingdom, was “well-known and regarded as an expert racer,” said San Francisco Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White.
The identity of a 65-year-old Sausalito man whose body was found Monday evening in the Clipper Yacht Harbor in Sausalito is pending notification of his next of kin, Marin County coroner’s office Lt. Keith Boyd said Thursday.
A man whose body was found floating in the Bay last week was identified by the San Francisco medical examiner’s office Thursday as a Phoenix resident.
A man’s body was found in the water near the Clipper Yacht Harbor in Sausalito on Monday evening, police and fire officials said.
A man’s body was found in the Bay on Tuesday evening, San Francisco police said Wednesday.