Posts for February 2001

Another FBYC Rock Star: Sailing today, Newsweek tomorrow!

Randy Alley on

Club News
Elizabeth tackles those killer Key West waves on the cover of the March Sailing issue. The pic is attached. I understand the issue has sold out in the U.S. :-) Photo courtesy of Onne van der Wal/Stock Newport.

Starting Sequence for 2001 will not Change

Stuart Burnett on

Offshore Racing
A small committee met last night and decided not to adopt the new Section 26 rules changing how the race committee starts races. Instead we will write our instructions this year to proscribe starts using the familiar red, Blue shapes,etc on the 5 minutes sequences. There is another new rule this year

that requires that all crew on boats be members of recognized yacht clubs. We can not change that rule, however we will add language to our sailing instructions that say in effect - no competitor may protest another boat for failure to follow the new rule about crew being club members.


Jon Deutsch joins Web Committee

Strother Scott on

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Jon is a freshman at East Carolina University studying Management Information Systems. He is a Unattached Junior member of FBYC. Four years ago he created
and has maintained it -including adding coverage of last year's Laser Masters. He'll be moving the laser fleet stuff to a folder within and then hopefully will help us develop our site. Jon's e-mail is

Alain Vincey to get E mail

catesby jones on

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Alain Vincey will be getting E mail soon. He plans to travel to the Laser Worlds in Cork, Ireland in August, 2001.
He will keep FBYC members up to date with his racing results while he is away. It is an open regatta and since he was one of the top 30 Laser Masters last year, he has decided to go for broke!

SAIC joins America's Cup One World Challenge

Joanna Wensell on

Club News
I work at SAIC and it's pretty cool to see what 'we' are contributing to the America's Cup cause. I'm just waiting for that free ticket to Auckland!
SAIC and Ford Motor Company Join America's Cup One World Challenge as Technical Partners

Seattle-based Campaign Continues to Round Out Sailing Team

SEATTLE - January 15, 2001 - The One World Challenge Campaign for the 2003 America's Cup to be held in Auckland, New Zealand, continues to round out its team of sailors, designers and builders as well as add SAIC and Ford Motor Company as important strategic technical partners.

The Seattle-based One World Challenge syndicate, led by telecommunications entrepreneur Craig McCaw, has built a diverse team of sailing …

Junior Week Staff Ready For Applications

Noel Clinard on

Junior Activities
Junior Program Anncmnt-Optis It's time to register for the Junior Week programs. Full details are now posted in the Junior Divison on this site and will appear in the March Log. You can download your application forms from the 'Junior Division' page of this site. Space is going to be limited, particularly for those without their own boats. Ruthanna is urging all parents to get your application in as soon as you can.

Looks great

catesby jones on

Club News
Site looks Great I'll be looking into adding the mailing list option. We might have to add a portal and will most likely need the database up and running in order to store all the additional information we will be gathering. Later Clark

2000 Stingray Point Regatta Results

Strother Scott on

Attached are the Overall Results for the 2000 Stingray Point Regatta for those of you who may have missed the e-mail of September 3, 2000. Thanks for participating - we'll see you next year when our new Clubhouse will be finished?!?
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