In addition to the upcoming trips described on the
Trip Schedule page, the Club also has the following events scheduled.
Today is 12/13/2019.
For more information
|11/9/2019||End of Season Party|
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 (email@example.com).
Afterwards, keeping with the raft-up
theme, we'll have appetizers and
Please RSVP to Lisa Travaly (by just
replying to this email) by November 1st.
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. Lisa can also be reached at
If your last name 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 in 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
The Club will provide ice, sodas, water,
mixers, coffee, and tea; but remember
to please B.Y.O.B. Any questions,
We look forward to seeing you there.
|2/15/2020||St Martin Trip|
Itís time to go back to Saint-Martin, Anguilla and St. Barts. The Club last visited there in 2015, but only briefly. This time the plan is to explore more of Saint-Martin, while stopping at some really wonderful places in Anguilla and St. Barthelemy (St. Barts). This trip should please everyone. If your favorite thing is good sailing, snorkeling, great beaches, walking, diving, fishing, biking or enjoying local restaurants (the best French restaurants in the Caribbean are in Grand Case on Saint-Martin, and on St. Barts, depending who you talk with) and exploring a different culture ... itís all on this trip! Anguilla, surrounded by spectacular white sand beaches and banks of coral, and St. Barts, surrounded by rich people, offer opportunities for great sailing and a great diversity of activities. With temperatures at or in the 80ís, February is a great time to be in the Leeward Islands. The easterly trade winds provide 10-20 knots, the Christmas Winds are usually done by February and itís the dry season.
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