Despite NOAA’s change in the estimated tract of hurricane Florence, winds are predicted to be gusting 25+ knots in the vicinity of Windmill Point and coastal and land flooding risks remain, making traveling to the Club hazardous on Saturday.
THEREFORE RACING ON SATURDAY 9/15 IS cancelled. Due to potential conditions at the Club, this notice will be a substitute for a notice on the FBYC Official Notice Board.
Clark and Paula Dennison; Ann Murray (Jere's Sister)
Jere's Legacy Regatta was a wonderful event! There was excellent race course management by the race committee under trying conditions of shifty winds. There were three races and nineteen boats started the first race. The Regatta consisted of three boat divisions; Flying Scots (8), Typhoons (3), Portsmouth Class (8). The weather was perfect for this type of fun racing - and - no protests.
The Regatta social was outstanding. There was an enjoyable continental breakfast before the race. In addition to the racing, the after race awards social was a highlight of the event. There were approximately 70 people in attendance. Event sailors, family, friends of Jere - all to have fun and pay homage ...
Any boat class with three or more participants will be scored as a Fleet. In the 70 and over - Vintage Skipper class, we already have 3 Flying Scots and 2 Cape Dory Typhoons. One more Cape Dory Typhoon will make a class. We have one Laser and two more will make a class.
We still have one more Club Owned Flying Scot available for use. Sign up and attend the Inaugural Jere Dennison Legacy Regatta (previously called Legacy of Sail) on Saturday August 25, 2018.
We encourage all classes of boats to participate--we especially invite the Flying Scot, Typhoon fleet, Windmills, Mobjack, Lasers, San Juan 21--and any classic boat. The older the better. You ...
Sign up and attend the Inaugural Jere Dennison Legacy Regatta (previously called Legacy of Sail) on Saturday August 25, 2018.
We encourage all classes of boats to participate--we especially invite the Flying Scot, Typhoon fleet, Windmills, Mobjack, Lasers, San Juan 21--and any classic boat. The older the better. You sail it, we will score it. Open to members and non members of FBYC.
This is a one design event, open to all boats 25 feet or less waterline, and targeting skippers 60 years plus . Crew can be any age. Please review the Notice of Race on the FBYC website for details.
Any boat class with three or more participants will be scored as a Fleet.
Women's Sailing Clinic is this Saturday, August 4th. We only have a few spots left in the racing and beginning classes.
Refer to the Event Notice in the One Design calendar for more information.
We are excited to have Arabella Denvir as the racing coach! She is the owner of Premier Sailing School in Deltaville and has extensive racing experience including collegiate sailing, placing top 10 in Rolex Women's Match Championships, and is a previous member of the women's match racing circuit. We are excited to have her coaching prowess for the day!
Caroline Garrett will be the coach for the Beginner class. Caroline is a long-time club member and loves to encourage women sailing at our club and beyond ...
One-Design/ small boat racing this Saturday, starting at 1pm. Flying Scots and any other sailboat under 21ft is welcome! We are going Caribbean-themed, which means you should dress yourself and your boat appropriately! Awards for the most spirited and most creative. After-race social will have Island-inspired snacks! Contact Caroline Garrett to get sailing! firstname.lastname@example.org
You won’t want to miss a great weekend of fun on and off the water. There will be live music on Saturday night provided by the trio Two Timin’ Susan and beer on tap from Trapezium Brewing Co. We cannot guarantee Saturday dinner availability after the normal registration deadline.
The 24th Annual Stingray Point Regatta will be held 8/31-9/2 (Labor Day weekend) and features 3 days of racing on the beautiful southern Chesapeake Bay. Plus dinner and live music Friday and Saturday night! You won't want to miss it!
The Snipe Hunt Regatta planned for July 28-29 has been cancelled. The Snipe sailors at FBYC had hoped to welcome what would be 3 member-owned Snipes, plus another Richmond-based Snipe with a half dozen from Annapolis for a low-key weekend of racing in the Southern Chesapeake Bay. For a number of reasons - we're not quite ready to host that event and hope we can try again next year.
Be on the lookout for more Snipes sailing in Fishing Bay later this summer and fall.
Attention! The TEAM RACE REGATTA scheduled for Wednesday, July 4th has been cancelled. But don't worry...There is plenty of other one design racing coming up, including the July 4th Long Distance Race & Cookout scheduled for Saturday, June 30th For any questions, don't hesitate to contact Caroline Garrett - the One Design Division Commander.
We are only days away from the FBYC Annual One Design! We are hosting the Hampton One Design National Championships this year as well! Come join your fellow sailors on the course and at dinner! The Hark will be playing music on the river bank, while we enjoy grilled bone-in chicken, scalloped potatoes, and grilled summer vegetables. You don't have to race to buy dinner tickets, all are welcome!
Registration is now open for the 78th Annual One Design Regatta, August 12-13, 2017. One of the biggest events of the year at FBYC, you won't want to miss this! We are happy to welcome the Hampton One Design 2017 National Championship as well! Come for two great days of racing, and a Saturday evening with friends, great food, and live music! Register now at https://www.fbyc.net/Events/2017/08.12.onedesign/ssi.dtml Volunteers like you make this event happen, so please take a minute to log into Signup Genius and see if one of these fun volunteer opportunities fit your schedule!
Look who is making One Design great again! Last month, while competing at the Flying Scot Nationals in Sandusky, Ohio, John Wake sailed as crew for John Aras of Annapolis. They ended the regatta in an astonishing fifth position. Meanwhile, at the same event with 68 boats competing, husband and wife team, Len and Barb Guenther, finished in twelfth spot. Well done team FBYC! It looks like One Design is already great!
On another note, more recently, a number of sailors have been concerned about boats rushing in to the mark roundings at the last second and hacking into boats. This Rushin’ Hacking, as it is called, is of grave concern and threatens the foundation of our program. For ...
If you can’t be in the Islands, Fishing Bay is beckoning! This weekend is the Caribbean-inspired SeaBreeze Regatta for all One Design boats (smaller than 21 feet). Sign up now! Don your most festive Caribbean attire while racing or get creative and decorate your boat. Prize for the most spirited sailor! Islands-styled snacks and refreshments will be provided after racing. Click here for the Event Notice.
Calling all Fishing Bay females! New event for 2017. 2 weeks away!
A morning sailing/ racing clinic for women of all degrees of experience and age, with a combination of classroom learning and on-the-water time. Continued coaching during the afternoon Seabreeze regatta (optional but recommended). The clinic will have 2 class offerings: Beginning Sailing and Advanced Racing. Choose your preferred class when you register. Free to members! Non-members may attend with fee. See Event Notice at Women's Clinic Event Notice.
Update - REGISTRATION CLOSED JULY 11 -Sold out. Contact Caroline for wait list.
Two intense competitions will take place at FBYC on Independence Day 2017 –one design team racing & rib cooking! A new, fun, & informal one design team racing event will be held on Tuesday, July 4 followed by rib cook-off.
The race will consist of three-on-three boats crewed by teams of three and the rib cook off already has one competing Flag Officer!
Please contact Matt Braun is you would like to provide a boat, skipper, crew, or cook.