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  • 04/13/2019 8:53 AM | Keith Fetterman (Administrator)

    6 boats (4 V15s and 2 Lasers) went out for first night of Friday night dinghy racing—including Lea who was great light air model sailor for Peter Hall in his Laser! 5 of other sailors were from women’s group. Peter Corelis took new member Janice Pedersen on his V15, and Allan Hugler took Janice’s husband Ollie out on a rental. Molly O’Hara and Sarah Hall also used a rental. I took out new member Stacy Austin. Flooding current was stronger than wind and only race was called when last bit if breeze disappeared but we all had fun! Keith Butler and Annemarie Kimball served as RC on their Shamrock with Rusty, Robin Charters, and two happy dogs since Howard’s gone and whaler was swamped with too little time to bail. 


  • 04/08/2019 8:33 AM | Keith Fetterman (Administrator)

    Greetings, and welcome to the 2019 Friday night sailing racing series! Looking outside about a half hour ago, I was wishing it was Friday night already!

    Who's coming out to race this week?  Goal is to launch boats by 6 - if not earlier.  The more the merrier, and bring snacks and/or beverages to share post-race if you like. 

    I'm hoping we get a great turnout and as you may have seen in the mainsheet, I'm hoping we can increase participation this year by welcoming new and 'non-racers' too - everybody's got to start somewhere!  

    Cheers!

    Molly O'Hara

  • 04/04/2019 10:44 AM | Keith Fetterman (Administrator)

    Larry Witty suggested that we move the Blake Island Shrimp Cruise to the weekend of May 11 & 12 because the shrimp season opens that weekend this year.  

    Everyone update your calendars.  Hope to see you there.


  • 02/26/2019 7:48 AM | Keith Fetterman (Administrator)

    The 2019 Jim Depue Memorial Race results can be viewed here: Jim DePue 2019 Race Results.pdf

  • 10/23/2018 10:33 AM | Keith Fetterman (Administrator)

    THE UNITED STATES COAST GUARD AUXILIARY WILL TEACH A SHORT NAVIGATION REFRESHER NOVEMBER 6, 2018 7PM

    AT STRAWBERRY HILL CENTER, 7666 HIGH SCHOOL ROAD, BAINBRIDGE ISLAND. 

    Directions

    from highway 305 turn west on High School Road

    go west 1.4 miles to Strawberry Hill park, turn right

    go straight to Strawberry Hill sign

    turn left and go past the tennis court to parking lot. 

  • 10/05/2018 8:11 PM | Keith Fetterman (Administrator)

    2018 Round the Island Race Results

    September 29-30, 2018

    The 2018 Round the Island results can be viewed here: PMYC Around The Island Race 2018.pdf

  • 06/16/2018 11:55 AM | Keith Fetterman (Administrator)

    Pirate Treasure Hunt!

    The 2018 Pirate Treasure Hunt brought out record crowds (50 +) of marauders in search of cake and candy. Much thanks for Jenn and Ty Abrams for running a great event. Shout out also goes to Chris Campbell for helping wrangle club Optis and numerous bakers. And thanks for the photos, Jenn Abrams and Michael Sydor!

  • 06/16/2018 9:51 AM | Keith Fetterman (Administrator)

    Race #1:  

    • First, Randy Mather
    • Second, Alain/Ron
    • Third, Greg Jackson
    • Forth, Michael Sydor

    Race #2: 

    • First, Randy
    • Second, Greg 
    • Third, Alain/Ron
    • Forth, Michael


    Race #3: 

    • First, Dan Kessler
    • Second, Randy
    • Third, Alain/Ron
    • Forth, Rusti Lhamon
    • Fith, Greg
    • DNS, Michael
    • DNF, Barrett
  • 05/26/2018 12:36 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    With 5-10 knots and 8 Boats on the line, PMYC Vanguard and Laser sailors GOTB on 5/25/18! According to regional Pro-Jock Sailor and Quantum Sails Loft owner Dan Kaseler  "It was real racing"! 

    The dinghy racing continues into mid July every Friday evening starting at 6PM. If you want to race we can get you in a boat. We have all americans, high school heroes, never saileds. There is room for everyone.

    Email dinghyracing@portmadisonyc.org

  • 09/07/2016 7:38 AM | Keith Fetterman (Administrator)

    As is the style of the gunkhole, it was a very leisure start, and getting away by 2pm, on the first day was plenty early.  The beauty of waiting of course, is that the afternoon westerly fills in and the flood tide is building, so you get to run down the east side of the island with the current. 

    Woodwind tries to be a little late so we can take a place with the smaller boats, on the outside of our raft. We were treated to our PMYC ocean sailors, John and Donna DeMeyer, joining us on a spacious family powerboat.  Their real boat is on the hard in Mexico.  No matter, they are great company and they provided the "outstation", that is usually the role of Dale and Tina Ingall's boat, Wild Horses.  

    When you do get tied down the first order of business is the business of the pets, so they all go ashore to the historic northwest shoreline of Blakely Harbor.  We had nine boats in all and shared food and drink and sea stories for the evening, and as the light faded the jewel that is downtown Seattle lit up the eastern horizon.  

    The next day would be the treacherous rounding of the cape, Restoration Point and Rich Passage.  No great surprise that only five boats made it to Manzanita Bay the next day.  Those that did were in for a special, more intimate dinner in the cockpit of Larry and Bernadette Witty's Salish Spirit, surrounded by the future of our club.  We watched the sun set behind the Olympics, and then we watched the crescent moon do the same. 

    The sail home the next day was again with the wind at our backs and the tide with us, as we gently slipped under the Agate Pass Bridge. Woodwind came into her slip, and was met at the dock by Langley Gace.  What a gentleman, and fellow cruiser!

    Your Cruise Admiral, Kim

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