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  • Wednesday Night Racing
    Starts: 12:00 am
    Ends: August 21, 2014 - 12:00 am
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  • Happy Hour
    Starts: 10:00 pm
    Ends: August 23, 2014 - 12:00 am
    Description: 2 for 1 cocktails and beer from 5-7pm
    Random snacks of kindness
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  • Pam Sintes Regatta
    Starts: 12:00 am
    Ends: August 24, 2014 - 12:00 am
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  • Return to Gilligan's Island Party
    Starts: 12:00 am
    Ends: August 24, 2014 - 3:00 am
    Description: $15 per person
    Band
    Food
    Best gadget or coconut pie contest
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New for Wednesday Nights – RaceQs

We are excited to partner with RaceQs, to provide after race video streams of boats and positions! Watch the example video to see how it works, or read more at the RaceQs Website:

The more boats who participate the better the replay in the yacht club!  Have someone from your boat download the free app to their Android or iPhone.


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Madisonville Cruise (Rescheduled) August 16 & 17

SATURDAY NIGHT IN MADISONVILLE

For our 2nd cruise in 2014, We’re going to Madisonville We can either tie along the wall at the city docks or we can raft up in the river and party onboard, then dingy to shore. Sailing over on saturday July 26th,  and returning Sunday the 27th

Please respond if you are going, maybe going or cant make it.
Thanks,
Bob

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Pam Sintes Regatta and Return to Gilligan’s Island Party

South Shore Yacht Club & New Orleans Yacht Club

Hosted by New Orleans Yacht Club    

Sponsored by Sintes Boat Works

An annual race held in the memory of Pamela Sintes to encourage female participation in sailing and racing.

NOYC will have an Island Party Saturday Nite with a portion of the proceeds going to the Crescent House (contact Buzzy for details)

Eligibility and Entry

No yacht club affiliation required.  There is no entry fee, however all boats are  requested  to provide a used cell phone and a donation of $25 or more in gift card or  cash for  Crescent House, a shelter for abused women.

All sailboats must have a PHRF rating or will be assigned one.  All boat crews must have a female in sole control of the helm during the race.

Entries will be accepted on-line or at the club up until 8:30 PM Friday August 22 prior to the Mandatory Skippers meeting at NOYC.

Classes

Boats will race in Spinnaker A & B, Non-Spinnaker and Cruising classes.  Class breaks will be posted at the Skippers Meeting held at NOYC at 8:30 P M Friday.

Course

The race course will begin at the mark adjacent to the R/C Boat and will be conducted around fixed  marks that are detailed in the sailing instructions.

Schedule at NOYC

Friday August 22, 2014

06:30 PM until 8:30 PM Race  registration open.  FOOD and DRINK Available

8:30 PM Mandatory skippers meeting

Saturday August 23, 2014

11:00 AM Start of Race for first class

02:00 PM   NOYC open with Snacks and Cash Bar.  Trophy Presentation will be held ASAP but not before 04:00 PM.

 

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Hot Chocolate wins Point YC Ladies Series Trilogy Trophy

Trophies

Hot Chocolate has spent the past month on the AL/FL Gulf Coast racing each weekend with the goal of winning the Trilogy Trophy and defending the GYA Women’s PHRF Championship. The Trilogy trophy is awarded to the all-woman boat with the best combined performance in the Fast Women Regatta at Point Yacht Club, Bikini Regatta at Navy Yacht Club and the Race for the Roses at Pensacola Beach Yacht Club.

Fast Women on July 19th was run with a small turn-out between showers and thunderstorms. There was 12-15kts of wind, and the course was 2 triangles followed by a W/L. Debby Grimm on the J30, Hot Chocolate, won both the overall Spinnaker fleet and the all-women fleet. In the Bikini Regatta on July 26th, Hot Chocolate was 2nd in the all-women fleet and 3rd overall. In 10-18kts of wind, two races were run with W/L twice around both times. Jennifer Grant (FWYC) on the J22, Eve-n-keeled, was first in the women’s and overall division. She was the 2013 winner of the Trilogy and Race for the Roses. In the first race, the corrected time difference for the top 4 boats was a total of 23sec! On Aug 2nd, the Race for the Roses was run in much lighter (5-7Kts) and shiftier conditions than the previous two events. Once again, 2 W/L twice around races were run. Rachel Gillette (PYC) on Atlantic Union won. Hot Chocolate finished 5th in the 8 boat fleet, but it was enough to secure the Trilogy Trophy! These two races were also the first two in the GYA Women’s PHRF Championship. The Championship finished with a single W/L on Sunday in even lighter conditions (<5kts). Rachel Gillette managed to take 2nd in the final race and held on for a 1pt regatta victory.

Hot Chocolate was skippered by Debby Grimm and crew over the 3 weekends included: Anne David, Kaylor Grimm, Ellen Artopoeus, Julie Bylsma, Mamsie Manard, Janice Griglack, Elaine Boos, Forrest Richards and Louise Bienvenu. Both Debby Grimm and Elaine Boos are previous GYA Women’s PHRF Champions and Trilogy winners!

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L.A.S.T.

Learn About Sailing Things 
Thursday, July 31
6:30 @ New Orleans Yacht Club

Where’s the mark?

Global Positioning System, or GPS is a tool which can quickly and easily determine your location and help you get to that “missing” mark and much, much more.

LPWSA Commodore and navigation guru, Margie Offan, will take the mystery out of how a GPS works and enlighten us to some of the amazing functions GPS offers.
If you have a GPS bring it along. We will play with the gizmos and explore the basics including: MOB, way points, go to function, tracking and generally getting the most out of this amazing tool.
L.A.S.T. for August @ Southern Yacht Club, date TBD — self rescue, man overboard and righting for a small sailboat (Flying Scot). Informal sailing study and optional brown bag dinner and/or happy hour (continuing each month).
October 4th
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LPWSA Pink Ribbon Regatta
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2014 Twilight Series #4

Parkway Bakery and Tavern
Parkway Bakery and Tavern
July 9 – Aug 13, 2014
Notice of Regatta
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