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Bastille Day & Anniversary Party, July 13-14

Bastille Day Burgee

Saturday, July 13 – Race & Party

Racing starts at 5:00pm
Anniversary party starts at 7:00pm with live music, drink specials, and light food

Sunday, July 14 – Kickball

Tournament starts in West End Park at 6pm


2013 Opening Big Wheel Regatta & Crawfish Boil


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Mardi Gras Race Week 2013

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Race 1 2 3 Series


2012 Lake Pontchartrain Racing Circuit (LPRC)


October 26, 27, & 28, 2012
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Save The Date!

The 2012 edition of the Lake Pontchartrain Racing Circuit is just around the corner!
Be part of the premier handicap regatta on the Gulf Coast!

This year the racing will start on the southshore at New Orleans Yacht Club, move to Southern Yacht Club for the start of the distance race and finish up at Pontchartrain Yacht Club in Mandeville. Come for the racing, stay for the party! We have a new sponsor this year, Pusser’s Rum. Be sure to kick back after some hard racing with a nice, cold Painkiller…

Racing Dates

October 26th – Buoy racing at NOYC, party at NOYC
October 27th – Distance race from SYC to PontYC
October 28th – Buoy racing at PontYC

Discount on Early Registration – Only $100

If you register before October 15th, you will received a $25 discount on registration.
All registrations after October 15th will pay the normal price of $125.


Saving Sailing Seminar

Location: Roux House, 1009 Poydras Street New Orleans, LA 70112 (504) 309-6530 (Above Walk On’s/Happy’s)

Date: October 19th, 2012

Time: 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Contact: David Erwin Dave@noyc.org 504-296-7140

Price: $50 includes dinner, presentations and entertainment. Purchase Tickets Now!

Free admission for J/30 Sailors racing at North Americans.

Tickets may be purchased by visiting: http://noyc.org/j30


12 Metre America’s Cup Sailors Kyle Smith and Jonathan Wright

7:00 PM Social Gathering plus Meet and Greet America’s Cup Sailor Kyle Smith

Kyle tells his “luckiest guy in the world” story about sailing with Dennis Conner who according to Smith was more of a quarterback than a coach. Mr. Smith was a member of Team Dennis Conner’s programs in 1980, 1983 and the famous “last leg of America’s Cup” comeback win team in 1987. The event was one of the greatest achievements ever by a team representing America, the climax of Stars & Stripes’ four-race sweep of Australian defender Kookaburra III. Big and bulky, as a first-round draft choice in the National Football League, Kyle Smith lives the dream on Stars & Stripes with Dennis Conner, as he did with Conner on both Liberty in 1983 and Freedom in 1980. Kyle who says ‘I’d much rather crew than skipper,’ joined Conner on the Freedom crew after the skipper had spotted him in 1979 in a rival boat during a Southern Ocean Racing Conference series.

07:50 WGNO’s Molly Rosenblatt’s J/30 North Americans Weather Report

07:55 Introducing Leighton O’Conner Photography

8:00 PM Allstate Sugar Bowl J/30 Committee Opening remarks:

A few year’s back on a Wednesday night, we remember running race committee with 78 boats on the line. Today, we’re averaging about 50 boats after a come back from significant hurricane and economic impact. We’ll have to rally to keep the sport of sailing alive and growing. Mentoring, teamwork, altruism and camaraderie are imperative to succeed with the mission. Our goal: 80 boats racing in 2014.

Nicholas Hayes racing his B32 Syrena with Family in Milwaukee, WI

8:15 Presentation by Nicholas Hayes, author of award winning book, Saving Sailing, The Story of Choices, Families, Time Commitments, and How We Can Make a Better Future.

Nicholas D. Hayes tells us that participation in sailing has decreased 70% since 1979. Hayes is making a point about how American families spend their time together, or perhaps don’t spend time together. Sailing, like many outdoor activities are in a per capita decline. Hayes offers insights and stories about the quality of a life that includes family and group outdoor activities, with sailing as the centerpiece.

Nicholas will talk about how to help others find sailing. It’s not a coincidence that the big themes will include “mentoring’, ‘accessibility’ and ‘community involvement.’ There is a strong desire to reach out and listen to young families and find ways to help them find sailing. So look for open gates, Facebook groups, shared fleets, on the water teaching, and family fun at clubs.

Nick doesn’t much like the idea of “selling” sailing. Sailing is something you do and when done, ask Kyle Smith, it sometimes inspires more doing, favoring sharing and direct relationships. Sailing isn’t a sport. It is much more.

9:45 PM Question and Answer session

10:00 PM Event Ends