In 1964, it began as the St. Francis Perpetual Trophy Regatta hosting just nine boats, and now, 51 years later, the Rolex Big Boat Series is one of the most prestigious regattas on the West Coast. Over the next four days, 90 world-class teams will sail a mix of buoy and stadium-style races on the ever-challenging waters of San Francisco Bay.

Photos from practice day and competitors' meeting at St. Francis Yacht Club

As home to some of the world’s most progressive tech companies, it’s no wonder the San Francisco Bay Area attracts innovative individuals. Next week, some of those individuals will show how their skills honed in boardrooms translate to success on the water at the 51st Rolex Big Boat Series.

St. Francis Yacht Club Race Director Lynn Lynch explains just how the Rolex Big Boat Series is planned an executed each year

Looking for crew for this year's Rolex Big Boat Series, or want to add your name to the list of available crew? Visit the RBBS Crew Listing Board for all the details.

Meet four boats that are doing triple duty: Transpac, Ocean Clean-Up, Rolex Big Boat Series

The competition ante has been upped for Rolex Big Boat Series this year, with regatta newcomers from far and wide preparing to take on the West Coast “big guns” on the challenging waters of San Francisco Bay.

Fifty-one years is a long time for any event to sustain its allure, and judging by the larger-than-usual list of early entries, the 2015 Rolex Big Boat Series (RBBS) is on course for another fantastic year of racing.

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