If you missed our Spring Meeting you missed some good stuff. I had wonderful fun where decorations were concerned so there was that. Thanks go out to Lynnrenee, Mike Barr and Mike Wisdom for all their help in setting up things. Ken put his cooking skills to use yet again providing corn beef and cabbage which was excellent and his Sheppard’s Pie was phenomenal. If you ate it that night you would know. Many asked for his recipe but as those close to Ken know it is a skill that cannot be contained on a piece of paper. Never the same always delicious. It is an artist thing. Hope to see you all at our next event which will be April 21st and is wide open for anyone to host so get in touch with Lynnrenee or me. Remember you can do as much or as little as you like when hosting an event. We will have your back!
We are still going to the Augusta Sailing Club in April (12th -16th). It will only cost you $10.00 to sign up for the race that Saturday and that also gives you a slip for the weekend. Hope you can show up.
We had a great turn out for the chili cook off this weekend with a total of 6 pots of chili. They were all very good and Susan Morris won the prize. Bill gets a mention since it was his recipe but he was too busy racing to cook. Good job Morrises! I believe we had around 26 people present. Everyone recited their recipes and it was very interesting to hear. Thanks to Lynnrenee for getting the ball rolling and for everyone else who pitched in to get things set up and cleaned up. Great fellowship. I have attached some photos. (click here)
We also had some awesome wind in which to race. We held two races with 5 boats. What a wonderful day at our club.
Hope to see you at the next event,
5 HP Mercury Outboard, Double Axle Trailer, Doyle Mainsail new 2014, Doyle 140% RF Genoa new 2012 on a Schafer CF500 SnapFurl, , Garhaurer MT-3 Mainsheet Traveler, Blue Sea 8 Circuit DC Distribution Panel, Garmin EchoMap 50s Sounder/Chartplotter on Ram swingout, Icom M304 VHF Radio, Kenwood Stereo, 20 Watt Kyocera Solar Panel w/ Moringstar 22-10 Charge Controller, Walker Bay 8 Ft Dinghy, Ray Marine ST1000 Tiller Pilot.
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Contact: Warren Hughes
The OSYC Lake Sinclair Challenge
2017 Results to-date:
||Jimmy and Jay Harrell, Tim Vacula
||Rebekah and Chris Woodburn
||Bill and Dave Morris, Tim Aupperle
||David and Max Woodburn
|| O’Day 26
|| Bill, Susan, Martin and Minnie Morris
The Lake Sinclair Challenge is a fixed-course, self-timed, long-distance challenge open to any sailing vessel on Lake Sinclair.
During the Dec 2005 drawdown, we took a pontoon boat ride out to survey the shallow spots of the lake. We confirmed that there is indeed enough depth and enough room to pass between Hauck’s Reef and the Narrows Island in our sailboats. So we decided to use Hauck’s Reef as the end-mark for the Sinclair Challenge.
Here’s how it works:
- Schedule: You pick the time and date. Any time day or night.
- Eligibility: Anything that is wind powered and legal on Lake Sinclair
- Rules: Racing Rules of Sailing. DNR requirements, etc, apply. Sailors assume all risks.
Best times to-date:
- Start between the No Wake buoy and the metal dock at the club.
- Pass all islands on the river channel side.
- Pass between Hauck’s Reef and the Narrows Island in either direction. If multiple boats are racing, the boat leaving Hauck’s Reef to port shall have right of way. (Be careful)
- Finish at the club between the No Wake buoy and the metal dock.
Course Length: approximately 9 miles, round trip.
Map: Map of Narrows Island->
Prizes: admiration of your fellow sailors, bragging rights, and a nice certificate.
Entry: Send an e-mail or letter to the scorekeeped (Jay.Harrell (at) riverside.net) with the following:
- Start Time – hh:mm:ss
- Finish Time – hh:mm:ss (or exact elapsed time, to the second please)
- Wind direction and wind speed (measured or estimated)
- Boat name and description -*Skipper and Crew Names
Results form Past Years
1986 Catalina 25 with a 12 HP diesel inboard. Autopilot with remote, Garmin GPS, stove, head with holding tank, sails 3 years old, fixed keel 4.5 draft, bottom paint 2 years old, stereo, depth sounder, compass and trailer. $7,900.
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Continue reading For Sale: 1986 Catalina 25, $7,900
DESCRIPTION: Needs no work. This will be the best equipped weekender, in the best condition you will find anywhere (lots of updates & TLC) Fully Equipped as New. Only sailed in fresh water (no salt damage). Set up for easy single handed sailing (Roller furling and Tiller Tamer). Great light air boat that sleeps four for weekend cruising. Ready to trail long distance on rebuilt trailer.
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Continue reading For Sale: 1987 O’Day 222
1986 SeaRay “Seville” Inboard/outboard 170 Mercruiser & Trailer
- Price: $3000 AS IS
- Location: presently winterized on trailer in the Baldwin Co. airport area
- Contact: Bill Hunter at (478) 452-4070 or email: email@example.com
Continue reading FOR SALE: 1986 SeaRay “Seville” 170 Mercruiser & Trailer $3000
Skerry wooden – built between 2011 and 2013 Sailed twice; $2500. pictures…
Continue reading For Sale: Skerry wooden sailboat
1990 Catalina 25. It has cockpit cushions, autopilot with wired remote, custom interior, 9.9 electric start Honda with alternator, hella fans, loose footed main with all lines leading aft with rope clutches, roller furling, bottom was painted last year, extra gallon of bottom paint, trailer with extension. $10,500 Email Greg Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click below for interior photos.
Continue reading For Sale: 1990 Catalina 25
The 2016 club Christmas party is scheduled for 5pm on December 10th. Please RSVP using the email from Jennifer, or if you didn’t get an invite email, please contact her directly.