April - Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club

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April - Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club
The
Issue 3/10 - Volume 115
Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club
Masthead
Commodore
SandyDelaney
Mills
Craig
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Give Ourselves a
Big Cheer!
Have you ever noticed and marveled at how seamlessly
BCYC moves through the years? We go from board to board,
commodore to commodore, and committee head to committee
head each year. Yet, everything continues to function in a
smooth, harmonious manner. Our events are not exactly the
same each year, but we manage to make gradual changes over
time that keep a certain familiarity, and at the same time, a bit
of freshness to all aspects of BCYC.
We have a long list of members who work very hard each year
to keep our many activities, both on the water and ashore, fresh
April 2016
and interesting. One of the reasons that we are so successful is
that our newer members are welcomed with open arms to join
the committees and to contribute their ideas, energy and time
to all aspects of BCYC. This acceptance into the fabric of our
club is certainly one of our major strengths.
I have experienced many yacht clubs during my boating life.
Seldom do you see a club with fewer cliques and more respect
and joy in welcoming newer members. Drop into the Columbia
Room on a busy evening. Groups of people make room for later
arrivals, ask newer members to join in, and push the tables and
chairs around to accommodate the newcomers. This warm and
welcoming attitude is what really separates BCYC from other
groups. We do deserve a big CHEER.
On another subject, an email address has been created
that goes directly to the commodore. The address is
[email protected] I will be monitoring
the emails you send and will respond to anything that you
communicate.
The Masthead
April 2016
Membership
Teri Leigh
Executive Officers
Commodore. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sandy Mills
Vice Commodore. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chuck Wert
Rear Commodore. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jerry Shandera
Secretary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Steve Moffett
Treasurer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gary Granbery
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Director JR Means
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Directors
EB Barden, Silvia Breeden, Larry Fortmuller,
Ginny Lombardi, JR Means, Bill Parr,
Jr. Staff Commodore Craig Delaney
Fleet Officers
Port Captain. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mark Silvey
Power Fleet Captain. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Paul Secard
Sail Fleet Captain. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Paul DeCapua
Judge Advocate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tracy Tormey
Fleet Surgeon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bob Sachs, PA
Protocol Officer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/C Bill Byrne
Chaplain. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bill Parr
Measurer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Scott McKinlay
Master at Arms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/C Ted O’Connor
Committee Chairs
Activities . . . . . . . . . . . . Kristy Parr and Kari Konapelsky
Angling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rhonda Hill-Tolar
Cannoneer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amanda Morris
Cruise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SECY Steve and Lauri Moffett
Finance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Roland Rapp
House & Grounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Larry Michaels
Junior Board Advisor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kavita Graveline
Junior Events. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mara Hampton
Junior Sailing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . George Hampton
Las Commodoras. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bobbi Silvey
Masthead. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RC Jerry Shandera
Membership. . . . . . . . . . . . . DIR JR Means and Teri Leigh
Nominating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . JSC Craig Delaney
Press Relations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bill Long
Racing Member Advisor. . . . . . . . . . . . . SC Tom Madden
Showboat. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nancy Bryant & Joan Delaney
Steering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VC Chuck Wert
Traditions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DIR EB Barden
Trophies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bill McNamara
BCYC Contacts
General Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Scott Jones
[email protected]
Executive Chef. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Georges Rapicault
[email protected]
Membership Administrator. . . . . . . . . . Shannon Hansen
[email protected]
Controller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Caitlin Ritchey
[email protected]
Food and Beverage Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . Karrie Linhof
[email protected]
Asst. Food and Beverage Manager . . . . . . Heather Cooper
[email protected]
Junior Sailing Director. . . . . . . . . . . . Cameron MacLaren
[email protected]
Marina Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Susie Brodrick
[email protected]
Masthead Advertising. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dale Rivas
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Merging Lounge Night with
New Members Invitation
Incredibly, the first quarter of the year has flown past and our next social
event is just around the corner. April 16 is the time to invite potential new
members to come to BCYC to enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of Lounge
Night, where new and old members alike will listen to the captivating
sounds of Aged to Perfection, who will play some nostalgic tunes from the
70s, 80s and 90s. Chef Georges Rapicault will tempt our taste buds with
several different tapas and our friendly staff will ensure your comfort.
BCYC’s Lounge Nights are always a big hit, and we want you to bring
potential members to enjoy the experience, too. Invite them!
A new members’ information table will be set up at the event for your
convenience. This will be a place for potential members to get more
information about BCYC. We want everyone to have a rocking good time!
This is your club and it will be fabulous to have your friends be a part of it.
Look for the many members who will be wearing blue name tags
indicating they have joined in the last year. Please welcome them! BCYC
will continue the tradition of being the friendliest club in Newport Harbor.
Activities
Kristy Parr/Kari Konapelsky
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Spring is in The Air
You would think after the flurry of activities that occurred this winter we
would sit back and take a rest – but no, there’s still too much fun to be had!
The club was beautifully decorated for Easter thanks to our design team
and all of the efforts of the staff who helped bring springtime to the club.
April 16 brings music to BCYC with a special Lounge Night featuring our
very own Aged to Perfection – on demand. This time YOU chose the top
25 songs that will be played from a list of 100 possible tunes. Chef Georges
Rapicault will once again be creating some delicious small plates to nibble
on throughout the evening.
The many activities in May include Closing Night, Opening Day, Mother’s Day
and the first Wine Dinner of the year. Then, be ready to launch into summer!
The activities are as much fun to create, plan and put on as they are to
attend, PLUS it’s a fantastic way to meet wonderful people and get involved.
We would love to have you come join us. Activities Committee meets the
second Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. Please contact us if you
have any questions.
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The Masthead
April 2016
Cruising
Lauri and Secy Steve Moffett
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Avalon in
April
Our first desert land cruise to the Indian Wells-Palm
Desert area was a fabulous success! The 18-hole putting
game on Friday started the competitive juices flowing. At
the conclusion, our thirsty putters headed to the beautiful
home of Vice Commodore Chuck Wert and enjoyed a great
spread of food and libations. The weather was near perfect
for Saturday golf at Indian Wells Country Club, and the golf
cart girls made sure all the golfers were properly nourished
and hydrated. Castelli’s restaurant put on a delicious Italian
dinner. Our land cruisers are excitedly looking forward to
the Cambria trip in September. Results from the desert golf
games were:
• Golf team winners: 1st place – Park Haws, David Hoppe,
Tony Knox, Neilia LaValle; 2nd place – Vance DiMaria,
Mike Gervais, Billy Jack; 3rd place – Russell Grant, Steve
Moffett, Paul Secard
• Putting game winners: 1st place – Park Haws; 2nd place
– Eddie Arnold; 3rd place – Scott McKinley
A big thank you to: Chuck Wert and Lynn Lyon for sharing
their home and golf course with us; Kelley and Heidi
York for sharing their putting course and organizing the
putting games; Tony Knox for helping with research and
coordination of the cruise; Teri Leigh for making our desert
goodie bags; Maxine Czisny, Lauri Moffett and Lynn Lyon
for being golf cart girls.
We head off on the Avalon cruise April 8-10. Our plans
include: a dinghy raft-up cocktail party on Friday; Saturday
photo scavenger hunt in golf carts; and Saturday night
Mexican dinner. We’ll also have an angling competition
during this cruise! Please read the angling article by
Rhonda Tolar in the March issue of The Masthead for more
information. In the event that our weather is not safe or too
rainy, we will change this cruise to a “staycation” at the club.
We hope you will join us.
Looking ahead to May, we are going back to Long Beach
Yacht Club for an exchange cruise over Memorial Day
weekend! Please watch for more information to follow in
the near future. This is open to all members, even if you
don’t have a boat. It’s a 30-minute drive from BCYC and we
would love to see some new faces! Sign-ups begin April 30.
Our monthly meetings are held the second Thursday of
each month at 7 p.m. Please join our fun group and help us
plan the upcoming cruises. We look forward to seeing you
all there.
Dear Carol – Digital Dilemmas Defused
Dear Carol:
I feel like I should get involved with social media, but I don’t
know where to start. What would you recommend?
Thanks. Newbie in Newport
Dear Newbie:
My advice is to pick one social media site to start, and get the
hang of it before branching out. Here are three of the most
popular, and what they’re best for:
•Twitter: Mostly social, Twitter is a great place to share your
thoughts in brief (140 characters or less). Typically, you are
sharing publicly with an audience made up of people you do
and do not know in real life. You follow others — including
public figures from every sector— to keep up with their
thoughts and news.
•Facebook: Mostly social, Facebook is a great place to keep
up with friends and family and to follow news coming from
favorite businesses, public figures and organizations. Share
updates publicly or privately with up to 5,000 “friends.” If
you haven’t already, make sure to “like” Bahia Corinthian
Yacht Club on Facebook to keep up with club news and
events!
•LinkedIn: Mostly professional, LinkedIn takes business
networking online. Use this site to connect with professional
contacts, to seek or offer employment, and to keep up with
news related to your work and industry.
I hope this helps! Carol
NOTE from Editor: This Dear Carol column will be a regular feature
in The Masthead. Written by Carol Bloom, digital marketing
specialist and active BCYC member, she will be pleased to answer
your social media questions. Send email to [email protected]
com with the subject line: Dear Carol - BCYC.
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Vice Commodore
Commodore
Vice
Sandy Wert
Mills
Chuck
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Port of Heaven
I would like to begin my article this month with a quote from
Oliver Wendell Holmes: “To reach the port of heaven, we must
sail sometimes with the wind and sometimes against it – but
we must sail, and not drift, nor lie at anchor.”
Our Cruise Committee, headed by Lauri Moffett and assisted
by her very capable husband, Steve, seems to have heard this
phrase and embraced it. Looking at the schedule of cruises,
including our March sold-out land cruise to the desert, we are
certainly not lying at anchor. This month, our flotilla will head
to Avalon for another weekend of festivities. As a recent convert
to cruising, I thought my days would be filled with lying at
anchor sipping cocktails. Not so, because of the many fun
activities the Moffetts and their able committee have planned.
There is an ambitious schedule of cruises for the remainder of
the year with something for all, so please plan to join them. I
continue to be amazed at the creativity and ambitious efforts
that go into each and every one of these events. While this
might not be cruising heaven, it is as close as we can get.
Some years ago, a generous member donated a Duffy to BCYC,
which was made available to the membership. This has been
a rousing success and a mainstay for club members to utilize.
Recently, our club was blessed with another bequest – this
time, a Harbor 20 sailboat, Ruthless. For those of you unfamiliar
with Harbor 20s, they are probably the most popular boat in
Newport Harbor. On any given weekend, there may be 20-30
of them racing or just leisurely sailing throughout the harbor.
On behalf of our entire membership, we owe gratitude and
thanks to the Barden family for this generous donation of
Ruthless and their continued commitment to the success of
BCYC. All interested members will need to be certified. This
can be done by contacting Junior Sailing Director Cameron
MacLaren or General Manager Scott Jones to schedule your
certification.
Be Safe and Win!
Now is the time to start reviewing the vessel safety checklist in anticipation of BCYC’s Opening Day event May 7 —
the annual Boat Maintenance Competition and Inspection.
It’s easy to do and you will have the satisfaction of a Bristol
and safe boat with a trophy or decal to prove it!
The competition is based on the Bristol condition of the
boats entered and is conducted by the Balboa Power
Squadron. There are two classes for point evaluation. Class
1 involves items required by Coast Guard regulations, while
Class 2 items are necessary for the prudent operation of the
vessel. Points are awarded based on the following criteria:
Absent, not functioning or not easily accessible – 0
Functioning, but in poor condition – 1
Functioning, but in fair condition – 2 Functioning, and appears to be new – 3
The inspectors look for things like personal flotation devices, navigation light operation, displaying the required
CF number on your dinghy and overall condition of the
vessel. Sound easy? It is!
Available categories are: up to and including 34-feet; 35- to
45-feet; 46-feet and over; and electric boats
There are separate trophies in each of the first three categories for both power and sail boats. Regardless of your boat’s
size or type, you can be a winner! Please contact me if you
have any questions.
If you don’t want to compete, plan to sign up for the Coast
Guard inspection and earn your boat a safety decal. It is a
courtesy inspection and their findings are given only to the
skipper of the boat. Visit vesselsafetycheck.org for more details. The website not only has an item-by-item description
of the safety check, you can also use Online Vessel Safety
Check, an interactive program that lets you determine if
your boat would pass a safety check. This same information is available in the front office.
The competition and inspection begin at 9 a.m. on Opening Day. Find the sign-up sheet form by visiting bcyc.org.
Bring your boat to BCYC for the competition and Opening
Day dock parties. The club office will begin accepting dock
reservations April 9, after noon. Good luck!
- Susie Brodrick, Marina Manager -
OPENING DAY 2016
MAY 7 - CEREMONY STARTS AT 2 P.M.
SAVE THE DATE
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Showboat photos by
Jon Kraushaar Photography
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Junior Commodore
Kate Hampton
Las Commodoras
Bobbi Silvey
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“Thoroughly”
Entertaining!
Roaring 20s was the theme for our Showboat luncheon. Several
ladies dressed in outfits honoring the occasion. We all had a
great time learning 20s dance routines, led by Dee Shandera
and Rhonda Tolar, and they also supplied the feather boas and
beads.
Hats off to Dee, Rhonda and Natalie Tolar for entertaining us
with their “Thoroughly Modern Millie” song-and-dance routine.
The centerpieces created by Kari Konapelsky were exquisite!
Please make plans to attend our upcoming events: Dog Show,
April 16; Poker Run, May 6; Progressive Luncheon, May 19.
Scholars and Sailing
At our February Junior Board of Directors meeting, we had
the opportunity to learn more about the college admissions
process from past Junior Commodore Connor Chung.
Connor was recently accepted to the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology (MIT) and shared his college admissions
experience with us. He gave us an excellent overview and
reviewed several valuable tips about how to stand out.
Connor wanted to make sure we all understood the most
important thing we could do was to be ourselves. Above all,
colleges want to see the real you. They want to know what
you are all about and how you will contribute to the student
population. It is an excellent idea to thoroughly research
each college you are interested in and understand its core
values. Keeping track of all deadlines is also a must.
We want to thank Connor for joining us, and we wish
him all the best! He is a very dedicated student who took
his talents to the next level. Attending one of the most
prestigious universities in the country, he is a great example
of what the Junior Board of Directors is all about – we are
scholars AND sailors! On that note, Connor is going to sail
for the MIT Sailing Team.
DID YOU
KNOW
Roaring 20s Luncheon
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Important Stuff
Did you know that water usage, while significantly
reduced in the clubhouse, has not improved in
the marina? The city of Newport Beach will begin
fining BCYC if usage is not reduced – please talk to
your boat maintenance crews about water usage
and consider skipping some of your scheduled
boat washing dates!
Did you know that BCYC will be hosting more than
25 boats and their crews prior to the 2016 Newport
to Ensenada (N2E) race?
Did you know that BCYC will host a great barbecue
on Thursday, April 21, for the N2E skippers and
crew staying in the marina? ALL members are
welcome to join this fun event.
Las Commodoras March Fashion Show Luncheon
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Junior Sailing Director
Cameron MacLaren
April 2016
Rear
Rear Commodore
Commodore
Sandy
Mills
Jerry Shandera
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Clubster
Coming Soon
A “Ruthless”
New Resource
You may have heard the fantastic news that BCYC has
recently acquired a club-owned Harbor 20 keelboat named
Ruthless. This generous donation is a versatile asset that
provides members with a multitude of different uses, from
casual day sailing to competitive racing in the most prevalent
one-design fleet in Newport Harbor. Suitable for all ages and
capable of carrying up to six adults comfortably (the seat
cushions are a mandatory class rule), this boat can offer a
luxurious evening sail for two or an on-the-water picnic
with the whole family.
This acquisition is particularly invigorating for the Junior
Sailing Program because of the opportunities it presents.
Our Starfish class of 5- to 7-year olds will be able to go
sailing in larger groups with an instructor on a very stable
platform – a controlled environment that helps alleviate the
concerns of a first-time sailor. When paired with another
Harbor 20, more experienced junior sailors can use these
boats to train for match racing, furthering our long-term
goal of sending a team to the Governor’s Cup hosted by
Balboa Yacht Club. The boat will also be available to charter
for the regular weekend regattas held by local yacht clubs,
and once the weekly summer race series start up in May,
there will be racing nearly every night of the week with A, B
and C classes grouped by skill level.
The club Harbor 20 will be available for private lessons for kids,
as well as adults. Members of intermediate sailing skill or higher
will also enjoy the privilege of renting the boat on an hourly
basis after being certified. Contact me for more information, to
get certified or to schedule a lesson. We are looking forward to
putting this exciting gift to full use, so if you are interested in
going sailing or learning to sail, come check it out!
Sailing - It Has Affected My Life
Between Corona del Mar High School’s varsity sailing
team, BCYC’s summer sailing program and regattas, I am
spending a big chunk of my life on the water. I would not
have it any other way. In fact, if it were not for things like
school, family and other life commitments, I would spend
triple the amount of time on the water than I do already.
Unfortunately, spending every waking hour honing your
sailing skills is not a reasonable scheduling goal.
My sailing career started the summer before second grade
and, while I would be lying if I told you I loved it since I
first pushed off the dock, with my father’s encouragement, I
stuck with it until I really began to love it. Sailing is a sport
Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club will soon have its own private
mobile communication app provided by Clubster. This app is
free and private – all of your communication will stay private.
You will be able to keep up with upcoming activities through
email and text communication from the club, view event
information and RSVP to events.
With Clubster you can send private messages, create your
own groups and share links with other members. You will
receive an invitation to join in the near future. Sign up using
the Clubster iPhone app on your iPhone or iPad (look for
iPhone app for both devices) or Apple computer. Android
users should download the Android app. Windows computer
users should go to clubster.com to sign up. We are very excited
about the ability to quickly and easily communicate with all
members whether you prefer email, text messages or both.
Make plans to bring your pooch, small and big, and participate
in the Las Commodoras Dog Show April 16. That evening,
you can enjoy the music provided by Aged to Perfection while
sampling the several small plate food offerings prepared by
Chef Georges Rapicault and the culinary team. April 21 brings
the annual Newport to Ensenada pre-race barbecue to the
club. In May, be ready to enjoy:
• Closing Day and Poker Run, May 6
• Opening Day, May 7
• Mother’s Day, May 8
• Las Commodoras Progressive Lunch, May 19
• First 2016 Wine Dinner, May 21
The lower patio and barbecue area are ready for you – this
renovated space is the perfect spot to host a birthday celebration,
company dinner or just hang out and enjoy a burger and brew.
as intellectual as it is physical, and your brain contributes
as much to your success as physical dexterity. The unique
and varied community around sailing is my home. Being
able to learn from people, both older and younger, really
sets sailing apart from other sports.
Sailing has given me my closest friends and taught me how
to work with people on a small and large scale. With both
the personal skipper-crew relationship and the team and
yacht club at large, as well as everyone with whom I interact
at events and on the water, I have become a more confident
and capable friend and person. Sailing has brought me
closer to some of the most influential people in my life and
is undeniably my favorite way to spend my time.
Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club
- Lolo Foster, Junior Director 7
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Angling
Angling
Sail Fleet Captain
Paul
DeCapua
Sail Fleet
Captain
Rhonda Tolar
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Paul DeCapua
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8-Track Tapes
Kiss Your
Catch!
Congratulations to Abbott Ayloush. While with his
nephew, Abbott caught the first BCYC sailfish near the
Furuno Bank off the coast of Costa Rica! He caught the
130-pound fish using 30-pound test line, a 100-pound
leader and number 8 circle hook. Thanks, Abbott, for our
first “Kiss Your Catch” photo!
California Rockfish season opened again March 1 after a
60-day closure. I have angler friends who love to go out
for rockfish, and I am excited to have been invited to join
them – really looking forward to this new challenge.
The 53rd Annual Lily Call Bay Tournament, hosted by
Balboa Angling Club, runs May 21-22. I’m hoping to have
a team of anglers representing BCYC in this challenge. We
have two boats available for you – please send an email as
soon as possible to [email protected] if you are interested
in joining the team for this event.
On Feb. 21, I went to the Pacific Coast Sport Fishing
Festival at the Orange County Fairgrounds. It was a great
show with several seminars, including the near shore
yellowtail seminar, where I learned from the speakers that
yellowtail are still being caught off Point Fermin.
Spring is here and soon another great summer of boating
and fishing. Please send in your pics of you and your catch
so we can share your fishing story in The Masthead and
don’t forget your “Kiss Your Catch” photo.
Did you know that April 11 is national 8-track tape day?
Did you know 8-track tapes were invented by jet maker
William Lear? No, this is not a late April Fools Day joke, but
rather a way to point out the huge advances in technology.
Remember the sextant? Remember RDF (Radio Direction
Finder)? Remember LORAN (Long Range Navigation)? All
were precursors to GPS, which will most likely be replaced
with some sort of virtual navigation system in the future –
maybe even in 2016.
Until then, be sure to enter the coordinates for the Newport
Harbor bell buoy into your current GPS. Remember what
you learned at the Safety at Sea Seminar. Think fog!
A new racing mark will soon be added in Newport Harbor.
It will be located near the Pavilion and conveniently named
“P” mark. This is just in time for Taco Tuesdays, which
start up again on May 17. New Inside mark charts will
be available by the bulletin board as soon as the mark is
officially in the water.
Attention new members – if you haven’t heard all of the
stories about Taco Tuesdays, ask around. This is where great
food, great racing and great fun intersect. The bar opens
at 4 p.m., and the Mexican buffet is amazing. Don’t have a
sailboat? No problem – crew on another member’s boat.
The Doug Mills Series (for PHRF) and the Lorin Weiss Series
(for Harbor 20s) are underway. Even if you don’t race, be
sure to stop by the Columbia Room around 4 p.m. on race
day to join the racers in their usual post-race celebration.
Cheering the trophy winners is requested!
A Note from our Chaplain . . .
“Before you speak to me about your religion, first
show it to me in how you treat other people; before
you tell me how much you love your God, show me in
how much you love all His children; before you preach
to me of your passion for your faith, teach me about
it through your compassion for your neighbors. In the
end, I’m not as interested in what you have to tell or
sell as I am in how you choose to live and give.” - Cory Booker 8
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