2004 Kettenburg Regatta!

Posted: June 18, 2004

Help us identify the "xxx"'s.

Paul Kettenburg (L) chats with Tom Sterling about the 2004 Regatta and “the good old days” at the Kettenburg yard where Tomn was a long time employee.

Here’s another photo of Tom Sterling and Paul Kettenburg.

K-38 owner Rick O’Connell. Rick sailed his K-38/#13, MIST, from San Pedro to participate in the Regatta. MIST is in Bristol condition following two years of renovation by Rick.

K-50 owner, xxx.

Tom Kettenburg (L), Alan Peterson, and Rick O’Connell. Tom is the son of Paul Kettenburg and the inspiration for the name TOMBOY given to many of the first off Kettenburg sailboats. Alan owns K-40, xxx, and is responsible for the recent growth and visibility of the Wooden Hull Yacht Club home-ported in Los Angeles.

Alan Peterson, Tom Kettenburg, and Rick O’Connell.

Paul Kettenburg, Jim Carlisle, and Jim’s brother, Don. Long time Kettenburg owners, Jim and Don sailed from San Pedro on K-xxx, xxx, to participate in the Regatta. Please go to the Boatyard to see more about Jim’s work on xxx.
Owner, Ken Johnson, pictured here in the middle is flanked by his uncle on the left and his brother-in-law on the right. They sailed K-40, IANNE, in the regatta.

Paul Kettenburg offered a few remarks about how he and his brother, George, first became involved in boat building in San Diego before he presented the awards to first place finishers in the Regatta.

This collection of photos include people receiving awards and other Kettenburg owners.
I did not take notes as to the names of the folks in these photos.
Please e-mail me to help with the captions for these pictures.