Just sit right back and you’ll hear a tale, A tale of a distant trip, That’s starting from a Venice port, Aboard their tiny ship, aboard their tiny ship.
Corinne and Scott put together the crew, Coach Dan has made them strong, For months they practiced and prepard themselves, For a trip 5 hours long, a trip 5 hours long.
The start is from the Grand Canal, With water and food to snack, If not for the strength of the entire crew, They’d never make it back, they’d never make it back.
They came together from far and near, To paddle for 17 miles, With ADF, and Portland, too, And also…Australia, One from BAD, A country up north called Canada, Paddling the Vogalonga!
San Francisco International Dragon Boat Festival
Saturday, September 19 and Sunday, September 20
For two days each year Treasure Island is blanketed with large tents, the aroma of barbecue and the roar of 50,000 spectators as more than 100 domestic and international dragon boat teams compete. For more information on this amazing festival, visit sfdragonboat.com.
Sunday, July 12, 2015
Seaplane Lagoon, Alameda Point
2151 Ferry Pt., Alameda
2015 CDBA Regional Regatta
Postponed from May 16, 2015 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Redwood Shores to June 7, 2015 at Alameda Point
Bay Area Regatta Sponsored by California Dragon Boat Association
For more info, check out the CDBA Facebook Page
Traveling DragonFlyers brought home the bling! Teammates Linda Connolly, Jackie Calsiman, and Nancy Horton were invited to race with Right Angle Performance red and blue camps at the dragon boat regatta in Tempe, Arizona the weekend of March 28 and 29th. Jackie’s got a second place in women’s and Linda and Nancy got third place also in women’s.