Chatham Yacht Club
Teaching Love of Sailing on Pleasant Bay Since 1921
Spinsheet - July 22, 2018
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FOR THE COMMODORE'S BUFFET, REGATTA & GEARWe will be collecting memories & reflections after sailing school lessons next week from children, instructors and adults! Please plan to stop by this fun activity table to share your special CYC stories ... These special shells will be on display at the Commodore Buffet!!
Questions? please feel free to contact your regatta team members:
SAVE THESE DATES!
August 3rd: Commodore's Buffet
August 10th: Ladies Luncheon
August 12th: CYC Beach Day
August 17th: Last Hurrah Cocktails, 6:00pm
The CYC Social Committee is looking forward to another wonderful summer filled with fun events for the whole family, but we count on volunteers to make all these events happen!! Please sign up on the CYC website! If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact
Nikki Bartlett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please help with the regatta!
Help is needed with the regatta weekend. There are volunteer opportunities and needs for both the buffet and in the clubhouse over regatta weekend.
To help with the clubhouse and food during the regatta, please contact Anna Robbins.
To help with the Commodore's Buffet, please contact Deb McLean.
Thank you to those who have volunteered this season already!
CYC ONLY FUNCTIONS WITH YOUR HELPING HANDS
The Patrol Squad is always looking for members to help us keep our sailors safe on the water. We need volunteers with motorboats on Tuesdays and Saturdays throughout the summer, plus the Fourth of July and CYC Regatta weekend. Please visit the CYC Sign Up Genius or email Cara Maggioni (email@example.com) or Sue Maggioni (firstname.lastname@example.org) to let us know when you’re available. No experience is necessary! Top
Active sailboat racing by members of all ages is one of the great traditions of the Chatham Yacht Club. Head-to-head racing against adults provides an objective measure by which young sailors can judge their racing ability and progress. It also fosters cross- generational friendships and mentoring, which, incidentally, can go both ways. All members are urged to participate in racing. Races are held weekly at CYC during the summer sailing season from late June to late August; please see the CYC weekly schedule for times. Information is also available on the CYC website.
TUESDAY SERIES I
Race held on Tuesdays, open to members of all ages (420s, Lasers, Sunfish, Beetle Cats, Optis)
TUESDAY SERIES II
Second race held on Tuesdays, following the first Tuesday race. Open to 420s, Lasers, Sunfish, and Optis, and for the Women’s Series in Beetles
Held during the second race on Tuesdays open to women skippers in Beetlecats.
SAILING SCHOOL SERIES
Races held on Wednesday for Monday/Wednesday sailing school students (420s, Beetle Cats, Optis)
Races held on Thursday for Tuesday / Thursday sailing school students (420s, Sunfish, Beetle Cats, Optis)
Races held on Wednesday following the Sailing School Races (skippers under age 16 in 420s, Lasers, Sunfish, Beetle Cats, Optis)
Open to members of all ages (Marshall 18s, Day Sailers, 420s, Lasers, Sunfish, Beetle Cats, Optis)
Additional classes with three or more boats may be added at the discretion of the Race Committee.
DS PRESIDENTS CUP
Specific weekend race regatta for daysailers.
JR PRESIDENTS CUP
The Junior Presidents Cup for Day Sailers is sailed the weekend after the regatta. Skippers for this event must be 18 or younger.
CYC SERIES RACES
References and includes Tuesday Series I, Tuesday Series II, Women’s Series and Saturday Series races.
The new parking lot configuration allows for multi-directional Fox Hill Road access from three points as illustrated in the diagram below. It is essential that all CYC traffic use the third entrance on Fox Hill road to minimize the access traffic and pedestrian hazards in the other parts of the parking area.
The added parking has improved parking but we, EHCC and CYC, need to continue to optimize on the available parking with the following actions;
Sailing School morning classes
CYC instructors will be available to help students to and from the CYC club house so parents can enjoy the convenience of “drop and go” noted by the yellow cross-hash area. Before 11:30 am, parking maybe available on a first-come, first-serve basis in the designated area, highlighted in green box, for parents to bring their children to classes, meet the instructors and fellow parents. Please be aware this area is not exclusive to CYC but shared with EHCC. If there is a shortage of parking spaces in the designated area, please park on the shoulder of Fox Hill Rd. “Pickup and go” will also be available for your convenience at the conclusion of morning classes at the Pick-up spot shown in the diagram. This is a safer and shaded location where our students can be ready for pick-up.
Parking begins to get busy around 11:30 when Eastward Ho! Lunch service begins. After 11:30, We ask that CYC members park on the Fox Hill road shoulder during lunch if the north lot is busy.
Afternoon classes and races
Due to the limited amount of parking spaces, Parents are encouraged to enjoy the convenience of “drop and go” where appropriate for the children. Parents who would like to see your kids in action during the afternoon races can check for available parking spots in the designated (green) area after 2 PM. If there is a shortage of parking spaces at any time, please park on the shoulder of Fox Hill Rd.
Eastward Ho! will have parking lot attendants available to assist with traffic flow and direct CYC members to the designated (green) area. Please don’t hesitate to speak with them if you have any questions or need assistance.
As always, safety is paramount as we balance convenience and consideration for a shared parking resource with our friends at Eastward Ho!
Thank you for your cooperation as we begin a new exciting season at CYC!Top
Courtesy and Safety on the Golf Course
An average golf ball leaves the tee traveling 115 mph or more, and our path to CYC takes us right in front of the first tee. Adults and children need to take care as they cross in front. Eastward Ho! has provided a fence to protect us. CYC members should stop at the edge of the fence, look and assess the situation. Always wait while golfers are teeing off, but if the golfers are waiting, they may signal it is safe to cross. Be aware as you approach the ninth green as well, since it is just beyond our path.
Eastward Ho! and CYC have a great working relationship, but it depends on CYC members being courteous to and respectful of the golfers. Please wear shirts and shoes when crossing the hill, and do not use your cell phone. It is best to be quiet when golfers are on the 9th green. You may stop and wait, or move quietly by, but try not to distract those focusing on their putts.
Chatham Yacht Club | P.O. Box 531 | North Chatham, MA 02650
CYC is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization. Your donations are tax deductible!