New Officers Elected at Nov. 27 Meeting

The election was a success, the new Bridge for 2019:

Commodore-Brian Dolan
Vice Commodore-Mark McDade
Rear Commodore-Gino Bottino
Secretary-Dorothy Dolan
Treasurer-Audria Gay George
Measurer-Bill Ahrens
Safety Officer-Kevin Knuhtsen
Past Commodore-Marshall Williamson

 

 

AYC Extends Invite to Governor’s Cup Regatta

 

Arizona Yacht Club Event:

A fun race around Lake Pleasant on Saturday, December 1 with a raft-up afterward. Don’t like your PHRF rating? Well, how about towing a dinghy, flying an AYC burgee, or bringing a pet (live only please). AYC extends a special invitation to Lake Pleasant Sailing Club and Tucson Sailing Club members.
You can register and get more info here: https://arizonayachtclub.org/racing/

SAT, DEC 1 AT 9:30 AM
Governor’s Cup Regatta
Lake Pleasant

2018 Loft Party

   Photos courtesy of Garry Morris. See more at https://gmorristsc2018loftpartyimages.shutterfly.com/.

World Famous Sailor Spoke at Our June Meeting

John Jourdane was our speaker for the June meeting.           John Jourdane Sailing Bio: John is one of the most experienced offshore sailors in the world In the last 60 years he has sailed over 350,000 miles 56 crossings between the West Coast and Hawaii (28…

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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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