Transpac 2019 Sponsors

Circle Porsche of Long Beach is proud to be an official sponsor of Transpac. We are family-owned and operated and since our opening in1969, the name Circle has been synonymous with Porsche. We are located on the famous Long Beach Traffic Circle where many Porsches have been sold with a great test drive around our “circular track”.

Reyn Spooner's brand and great designs capture the essence of the Transpac Race and its aloha spirit, serving as a timeless tribute.

The Aloha State of Mind - There’s history, heritage and Aloha stitched into every Reyn Spooner piece. The spirit of the Hawaiian Islands and West Coast cool merges with East Coast prep. Casual comfort pairs with thoughtful construction. Timeless patterns meet modern styling. It’s where our 50+ years of exclusive designs help tell the story of Hawaii's Aloha fashion legacy.

Gaylord Sportswear is proud to be the official supplier for the Transpacific Yacht Race & TPYC, providing logoed gear, videos and memorabilia. High quality embroidery, screenprinting, sublimation and heat transfers on a wide range of apparel, bags, hats and more.

Gladstone’s Long Beach is home of the official Transpac Race sendoff party, where crews, spectators and well-wishers meet to celebrate the start of the race. Gladstone’s waterfront location spectacular views, great food and the best mei-tai outside of the Hawaiian Islands makes for great time. Join us at Gladstone’s Long Beach, in July 2019 for the Transpac Race sendoff party.

SD Boatworks and Marlow Ropes have teamed up to be the Official Transpac 2019 Rigging Sponsor. Along with sponsorship, they will be providing race support in the lead up to the race, featuring a full service mobile rig-shop on site at Rainbow Harbor during the event with staff from both companies to provide competitor support and rigging services. SD Boatworks’ crew specializes in running and standing rigging, hydraulics repair, winch service and general rigging needs. They are based out of San Diego and are the leaders in race boat rigging on the West Coast.