What do you call that metal loop thingy on the front of the mast? What’s the penalty for violating Rule 14? Who “won” Ye Blunder Bucket this spring? If you … Continue Reading July Meeting: Game Night Competition
Click here to see the July Compass Points. Summer sailing is here and in cooler places, including the annual trip to Catalina and the retreat to the pines of Kinnickinick. … Continue Reading July 2012 Compass Points
Week 2 scores from Tempe Town Lake Heat Stroke Series are posted on the results page or by clicking here.
Phil Freedman swept into town like a summer monsoon a couple years ago, deciding to move here from San Diego to be with his daughter Carina, who had enrolled at … Continue Reading Phil Freedman Writes College Sailing Book
We had a herd of AYC members turn out for the Long Beach Race Week last weekend, enjoying sailing in a strong breeze against tough competition. The seven boats included … Continue Reading Big AYC Turnout for LBRW
Photo By: Court Roberts
Next up on the AYC calendar: the Marina del Rey to San Diego race plus the traditional weekend at the Isthmus on Catalina Island. The gathering at the Isthmus will … Continue Reading MDR-SD Race and Catalina Weekend
North Sails designer Garth Reynolds provided a full explanation of sail trim in light air during the AYC Monthly Meeting on Tuesday, 6/12. And he provided his PowerPoint slides to … Continue Reading Garth Reynolds on Light Air Sailing
The Heat Stoke race series at Tempe Town Lake is off to a blistering start. Results.
CLICK HERE for a PDF May was a great conclusion to our AYC year, with a new Club Champion, a loud Party, and roadside trash pick-up. Okay, maybe the trash … Continue Reading June 2012 – Compass Points
AYC 1st Year Member Paul Miachika participated in the California Laser Masters Championship in San Diego on the May 5th/6th weekend. His verdict: “It was a blast.” Here’s his report. … Continue Reading CA Laser Masters – AYC's Paul Miachika Relives the "Old Days"
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You think your last race was close? Try sailing for more than 11 days, 3590 nm and winning (or losing) by five minutes and 27 seconds. Or slipping back to … Continue Reading Mike & Tia Watch Close Finish of VOR Leg 7