Spring Picnic

Join us! 2018 spring picnic! Sunday, April 15—11:00 am Christopher Columbus Park—Silverbell lake. Burgers, dogs & beverages, please bring a side dish or dessert to share. Lasers will be ready to sail. This is a members only events.

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Annual Dingy Repair

DINGY REPAIR -The annual TSC dingy repair session will take place tomorrow April 7th at 9AM at my house. We have 5 boats in need of TLC fixin’. The address is 812 W Camino Desierto, near Ina & Oracle. Bring your tool bag; drinks & survival food will be provided.…

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Spring Cruise, 2018

We are having 2 cruises in the spring of 2018, a 12 day before the race cruise to Conception bay/ Santa Rosalia and a 5 day cruise up the coast beginning the Monday after the race. The early cruise will leave San Carlos on Monday may 14th for a 79…

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TSC General Meeting, Tuesday March 27th 7:00pm

Come early for cocktails and dinner 6pm, meeting at 7pm. There will be a short program on the upcoming Regatta new racing rules. Then the main program…Tucson photographer and local sailor Garry Morris will present an illustrated talk about his exciting sailing voyage from San Carlos to La Paz and…

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Second Sun: First Place in Light Parade

Photo by Terri Honaker Sebastian Steve and Francie Durand’s Second Sun first place finish in the 2017 San Carlos Light Parade. That’s an octopus, not Steve falling off the boat. Very clever lighting. Congratulations.

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2017 Fall Regatta Race Results

The 47th Annual Fall Regatta hosted by the Tucson Sailing Club & the San Carlos Yacht Club provided a beautiful venue for this long running regatta. Sailors were welcomed & race weekend activities began with a dock party Friday evening at Marina San Carlos, followed by the Commodores Beach Party…

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May 2017 Regatta Race Results

The May regatta racing was challenging and fun.  The Saturday race course was to Catch 22 beach.  Winds were in the 6 to 12 knot range which resulted in a challenging beat up the coast in sloppy water.  Fortunately the race committee moved the mark almost out of the bay…

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