For Sale: San Juan 23

FOR SALE  $2,500  ( *August 2016)
San Juan 23 , Sail Boat & Trailer
Details: Swing keel. Main sail,115% Jib & 155%
5 hp Nissan long shaft motor (*1994 model)
Generally good condition overall for boat built in 1980.
Currently in slip at OSYC.  Sailed regularly in 2016.
Carl Enchelmayer- 478 452 9007 or

Carl San Juan 23 For Sale


OSYC Sailing Instructions


Event Start Times Unless stated otherwise in the NOR or posted on the notice board, for regular series events the scheduled time for the skippers meeting shall be 1200 and the first signal shall be 1300.  For two-day regattas, on Saturday the skippers meeting shall be at 1200 and the first signal shall be at 1300 and on Sunday there shall be no skippers meeting and the first signal shall be at 1100.  Four (4) short blasts will be given not less than one minute before the first signal of the start sequence.

Continue reading OSYC Sailing Instructions

2015 Fall Meeting and Elections, November 21

The OSYC Fall Membership Meeting will be held at the clubhouse on the evening of November 21, 2015.  The agenda will include committee reports for 2015 and election of officers for 2016.  Please plan to attend, and if you are unable to attend in person please provide a proxy to the secretary, any board member, or to any member who will be there.

Report of the 2015 Nominating Committee Continue reading 2015 Fall Meeting and Elections, November 21

Lake Sinclair Drawdown begins October 18

Dear OSYC Members,
According to Georgia Power, the drawdown of Sinclair will begin about October 18 and last until about November 27.  They will not commit to exactly how the drawdown will affect the lake level except to say it will be substantially lower than normal.

Based on past drawdowns, the exact date of the start of the drawdown can begin a few days earlier and end a few days later that announced.  Also, the on top of the general lowering of the lake level there will be daily fluctuations of more than two feet.  Because of the unpredictability of the fluctuation and the potential damage to boats and docks due to tight or loose dock lines, the board is requiring that all boats be removed from their slips during the drawdown.

Slip holders are requested to have their boats out of the slips at least a few days before October 18.  Some are planning to anchor their boats in deeper water, some are trailering their boat off site, and most are planning to park on the club grounds on trailers.  Because of the large number of boats on trailers, it will be necessary for some boats to be blocked in by others.  This is an inconvenience we just have to live with. I’d also like to urge anyone who can move their trailer offsite until December, with or without its vessel, to do so.  Any relief we can get from crowding the trailers together at OSYC will be greatly appreciated.

When parking your boat please do not block the hoist or the ramp as some are planning to do bottom work during the drawdown, and we may be doing repair work on the ramp.

Cautions and suggestions:

1.        Be aware of low tree limbs when parking your boat.

2.        If you anchor out, be sure you have adequate anchors, depth, and proper lighting.  Bob Horan is one of our most experienced cruisers, so he is a good resource.

3.       It is OK to use the floating docks during the drawdown but not for overnight unless you are staying on the boat.

Commodore Bill Morris

Member Social- Smoked Pork Roast Aug 29

Our OSYC calendar calls for a smoked pork roast event come Saturday the 29th. If you have ever had Ken’s smoked pork, you know the delight for the tongue. Sides and soft drinks provided. Kosher hot dogs easily provided to those upon request. Please put yourself and loved ones in the count for vittles by 3 pm this Friday. We will begin consumption of appetizers brought by any fellow members around 5 pm with dinner shortly after 6 pm. Member provided desserts can be eaten before or after, given your an adult. Come enjoy our club with good food, fun and fellowship!

Maybe the wind will blow and a sail be raised come this weekend,


DATE: 08/29/2015 ( Sat 5:00PM EDT )


Fish Fry, June 27

Those that watch the club schedule know the Hartley Fish Fry is scheduled for this weekend. And yes it really is going to happen this coming Saturday! Again apologies for the false alert earlier this month. Come join us for fried fish, french fries, hush puppies, cheese grits, soft drinks and a taste of what everyone brings to the event in the appetizer, side dish and dessert category. Hartley’s need to know by 11:00 am Friday what the count will be so they know how many fish to pack on their way to Milledgeville. You know if they are close to the water like they will be Friday afternoon, there will be a few hooks thrown in the water. If you can’t answer by the cut off time, take a chance that their day of fishing was prosperous and show on up! Gather around 5 and eat around 6. Anyone that could provide a shop fan for our chefs would be greatly appreciated with many cheers!

DATE: 06/27/2015 ( Sat 5:00PM EDT )


SOLD: 1997 Nimble 20

Sailboat for Sale:

1997 Nimble 20 (a.k.a. “The Pirate Ship on Lake Sinclair”), $12,500

Hunter green with Tanbark sails.  Well maintained

This truly unique sailboat comes with many extras:

  • Boat and cabin accented with teak and mahogany wood trims
  • Real brass portholes.
  • Cabin sleeps 3.
  • Kitchen area.
  • Storage areas.
  • Interior lights
  • Radio
  • Navigation package with imaging
  • 10 hp Yanmar inboard diesel engine
  • New Genoa jib
  • New anchor chain
  • Iron, adjustable keel
  • Can sail in as little as 12 inches of water!
  • Comes with tandem axle trailer
  • Custom mast-raising system built onto trailer


Lake Sinclair, Georgia