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The Hind / Hornett Memorial Regatta is a perfect opportunity to shake out the sails and tune the rig. We remember and honor Shelly Hind and Guy Hornett from the Huron Doublehanded Challenge at: https://www.sailingworld.com/racing/challenge-was-extreme
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The purpose of our Crescent Junior Sailing Program is to provide instructional classes to promote sailing to youth so they can learn seamanship, boat handling skills, regatta tactics and have fun at our club. Our 2020 Junior Sailing Program registration to open March 15. All CSYC coaches are US Sailing Level 1-2 certified.
Click here for additional information on our Junior Sailing Program.
The dates for this years doublehanded Spring Series is June 1, 8, 15 and 22. The Summer Series will be the first four Mondays in August (3, 10, 17 and 24). The awards banquet is scheduled for Monday August 31. Click here for an application.
A big thank you to Leslie Berryman and Linda for organizing the “After Glow” for the last several seasons. They have done a wonderful job that is appreciated by all who participate. Unfortunately, they will not be returning this year. If you know of anyone or wish to volunteer to organize the "After Glow" please contact John at email@example.com or 313-804-1557.
We are looking for race committee members to help on the start / finish line and with setting and retrieving marks. If you care to volunteer, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In January the DN Iceboating racers were scratching their heads wondering about ice conditions with such a mild winter. They ventured far west to find great conditions in Fort Peck Montana. Gold fleet top three finishers were 1st James ‘T’ Thieler, 2nd Ron Sherry and 3rd Chad Atkins.
Check the www.idniyra.org website to see the fabulous drone footage.
hosted the F18 North American Championship under Chairman PC Chris
Tuckfield and a cadre of volunteers. The event ran from September 14 - 19, with 23 teams from as far away as Texas, Oregon, Florida,
California, Montreal and even Hawaii. The event included an extensive social schedule for regatta participants, CSYC
members and guests; highlighted by a beautiful cruise down the Detroit River.
The race committee, led by principal race officer Matt Bounds did a great job to complete 9 races in challenging conditions. CSYC member Uli Gollwitzer and Liam Walz fought hard to finish 3rd overall, beating the Canadian Champions by one point. Their third place came down to an exciting and tightly contested final downwind leg in the final race. Other F18 teams from
CSYC finished well including Jeff and Evan Rehm (9th), and Arnold Slominski with Wayne Tetlow (19th).
A special award was given to Lise Duchesne as the top female skipper with crew Patrick Caux. This perpetual trophy was created in honor of Sandra Tartaglino, long time catamaran sailor and dedicated supporter of sailing, who died in a tragic accident this year.
Click on the following link to view the WEATHER at the SEAWALL at CRESCENT