As reported in Scuttlebutt 7/15/2020. the coronavirus pandemic has touched us all, but in these challenging times comes opportunity. In this report by Arland Whitesides, sometimes opportunity is simply pushing through the challenges: Take a look here at an article on how Carolina...Continue Reading...
Awesome news! On June 23, 2020, our designer, Gordon K. "Sandy" Douglass was inducted to the National Sailing Hall of Fame. This is quite an honor for Sandy and for our class!. We owe our thanks to Debbie Cycotte, our Class Historian, for her tireless efforts over the last few years to nominate Sandy and help make this happen. For more information visit their website at https://nshof.org/hall-of-fame/
Here is the write up by Hall of Fame President Gary Jobson
Gordon K. "Sandy" Douglass
October 22, 1904...Continue Reading...
Egyptian Cup - Midwest Districts at Carlyle lake by Linda Vitt, FS3040 - results are here. To see more pictures, click on the title and you can scroll through the photos,
Wow, we had an incredible event with very competitive sailors, awesome wind for 3 long races on Saturday and one very light air race on Sunday. Thank you race committee for running some great races. Temperatures that were hot on our black asphalt, but very comfortable in the shade of the Egyptian palace pavilions,...Continue Reading...
The Childrens Hunger Project were the beneficiaroes of the Spacecoast Seabreeze Benefit regatta held at Kelly Park in Merrit Island, FL, To see more pictures, click on the title and you can scroll through the photos,
This is from the Flying SCot Florida District Facebook pages:
Thank you .. thank you .. thank you
- To the awesome work and volunteers from the Children's Hunger Project that support our community & braved the elements to share their message.
- To the members of the Indian River Yacht Club that shared their own time, expertise and assets...
Carlyle Sailing Association has done the planning and the work necessary to run the Egyptian Cup Regatta this year amid the ongoing COVID-19 situation. Lots of extra planning was done and the 26 boats registered are sure to have a blast at this great venue. Best of luck to all the competitirs and thanks to the organizers for making this happen. Sail Fast and be safe!