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Winter Speaker Series | Margaret Pommert & Mark Bunzell

Posted in: ♦ Tuesday, January 19th, 2016, 3:10 PM ♦ Comments Off on Winter Speaker Series | Margaret Pommert & Mark Bunzell

Please join us this winter on selected Friday evenings for talks by club members and guest speakers about their cruising adventures. This is a fun way to spend a few winter evenings with food, drinks and friends and maybe get inspired for your own cruising adventures. Friday, February 26—Cruising to Alaska: Flotilla or Solo? Mark [ MORE ]

Cruisers Plan Meeting Wednesday, March 16

The planning committee for the CYC Cruisers group has scheduled a meeting for Wednesday, March 16, at 7:30 p.m. in the CYC clubhouse. “We are looking forward to an exciting season of sailing,” said Pati Irish, co-cruising chair. “April is potentially our first cruise, and we would like to get some feedback on the best [ MORE ]

CYC Members Among Four Killed by Somali Pirates

CYC member Bob Riggle and his partner, Phyllis Macay, who began a world cruise in 2007 and whose J/109 Gaiawas named the club’s cruising boat of the year for 2008, were among four Americans reported murdered by Somali pirates Tuesday off the coast of East Africa. Riggle and Macay were aboard a Davidson 58, Quest, owned by [ MORE ]

New Initiatives and Vitality for CYC in 2011

Posted in: From the Helm ♦ Sunday, February 6th, 2011, 12:31 PM ♦ Comments Off on New Initiatives and Vitality for CYC in 2011

Wayne Balsiger Commodore Elect and Staff Commodore – CYC celebrated 65 years of great sailing with camaraderie and anniversary cake at the Annual General meeting on November 16th. Be assured – CYC is not retiring in her 66th year. We have new initiatives and vitality. In 2011, CYC will continue doing well that which we [ MORE ]

Reflections from an Atlantic gale at 52 South: Desperate Swim Averts Tragedy on Sea Bear

Posted in: Cruising, Today At CYC ♦ Monday, December 6th, 2010, 12:06 PM ♦ Comments Off on Reflections from an Atlantic gale at 52 South: Desperate Swim Averts Tragedy on Sea Bear

Allen Szydlowski Rio De La Plata, Argentina – The Sea Bear sailed east through the Straits of Magellan carried along by favorable winds and currents at 9 kts as if we were standing still. The barometer was still strong when we hit the Atlantic at 00:00 hrs so it was hard to imagine that by [ MORE ]

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