In addition to the upcoming trips described on the
Trip Schedule page, the Club also has the following events scheduled.
Today is 12/13/2018.
For more information
|11/17/2018||2018 End of Season Party 6pm - 10pm|
One and all are invited to join us at one of The Sailing Club's
favorite social events of the year. We'll have good
conversation,hearty appetizers and desserts, and a slide show of
highlights from this year's sailing adventures. We plan to have a
photo presentation of this year's sailing trips and activities.
If you have any to share, email them to Rudy Vallejo. Afterwards,
keeping with the raft-up theme, we'll have appetizers and
dessert. Please RSVP to Rudy (email@example.com) as
soon as possible. Also indicate if you are able to volunteer to
help out that night. If you can arrive an hour early, we'll be
happy to put you to work. If your last names begins with A - R,
please bring a hearty appetizer. Keep in mind this is in lieu of
main courses, so please plan accordingly. Please use a recipe
that will serve 8 to 10 people and, if possible, bring on a
disposable tray or container. Oven space is very limited. Please
bring your dish ready to serve or only requiring a few minutes in
the oven. For those with last names beginning with S - Z, please
bring a favorite dessert. The Club will provide ice, sodas,
water,mixers, coffee, and tea; but remember to please B.Y.O.B.
Any questions, email Rudy. We look forward to seeing you there.
|2/2/2019||Sailing The Florida Keys - TENTATIVE|
The Sailing Club is in the final stages of planning a winter getaway for February of 2019. The trip will be officially announced at a later date, but is presented here to pique your curiosity and interest
The Florida Reef is the only living coral barrier reef in the continental United States, and the third largest in the world. It is about four miles wide and extends for 170 miles. The barrier reef tract forms a great arc protecting Hawks Channel, where we will spend most of our time on this trip. Our planned itinerary will provide opportunities to explore the Upper Keys, and Duck Key in the Middle Keys. (We will leave the Lower Keys for another trip). There are more than 6,000 individual reefs, and they are 5,000 to 7,000 years old. This trip is perfect for those ready to escape winter in the northeast; eager for an adventure, which includes a snorkel or dive of these spectacular coral beds; and then indulge in some luxury and R&R at an elegant resort marina.
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