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CANSAIL 1 and 2 Recruits with CYC Staff
WHITBY CRUISE 2018 - Ten CYC boats made the trip this past weekend (Apache, Aquavit, Contessa, Jigsaw, Mr. Digby, Keeling Time, Renaissance, Undaunted II, Vitae and Whisperer).
Great sailing westbound.
Not so great eastbound.
And now for the important parts.
Our next cruise is to Oak Orchard, August 18 and 19. Torben will be notifying members three weeks ahead of the cruise.
RACING VIEWS - June 20th
2018 SAIL PAST - June 10, 2018
John King, Rear Commodore welcomes the members on a beautiful day with over 120 members attending.
Commodore, Mike Hubicki addresses the group.
Father Ed Cachia with the blessing.
St. JOHN AMBULANCE COURSE AT CYC. A new group of skilled first aides are now prepared to handle club emergencies. LTS Director Bob Fler organized in-house training for a large number of members including his instructors-in-training. Josh Feick, below made a great Casualty for Bob to practice with.
ICE BREAKER CRUISE 2018 - (see Cruise Report on the 2018 Cruising Program page under Racing/ Cruising section).
Vitae and Keeling Time transiting the Murray.
Hungry Crews re-hydrating after the long sea/ highway voyage. Our next cruise will be to the Whitby Yacht Club on July 7-8 when more boats will be ready to go. The wind forecast is westerlies on July 7 backing to easterlies on July 8 so sailboat crews might be advised to catch a ride on a trawler for the cruise.
LIFT-IN MAY 12th 2018
Careful Lining up of the boats
Setting up the cribs
Powerful Crane lift into the water
The weather was terrific
A view of the bottom
THE VERY NEXT BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL PUB NIGHT
Setting up for the magical snake charmer
The magical snake is definitely rising
Mary O'Shea takes the best dressed gal prize
Wayne, too excited to even see his best dressed guy prize
Quite a crowd !
Yep, it's the elephant song
A round of applause for Graham and the team !
CARIBBEAN DINNER PUB NIGHT (more pics in the CYC Photo Album under Members' Content)
And the food was plentiful - right.... Dennis ?
The CORNER table !
Rob wonders "I know I've been to all these countries but what are their names"?
1st PUB NIGHT OF THE SEASON - FLOWER POWER
Three Hippies from the past !
Katharine and the Kings looking real groovy.
A little Sing-a-long.
Yep, it's a Volkswagen made out of silly putty.
(More pics in the CYC Photo Album under Directory - Members-Only Content.)
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AWARDS
Incoming Commodore Mike Hubicki addresses the members.
Mike Hubicki presents outgoing Commodore Monica Sheridan with the Brook House award.
Grahame Richardson accepts the Associate of the Year award from Monica.
The Commodore's award went to the By-Law Review Committee for their tireless work during the past year.
Phil Calnan holding the infamous "Captain Crunch" award remembering his sail directly over Peter's Rock.
John King accepting the David Burn award on behalf of Barb from Dennis Goulin.
The Guiding Light award went to Bob Fler and Jim Stewart.
The Feick family and Rob McLean were awarded the Seaman award ! Rob accepted the award from John King.
REMEMBRANCE DAY: MONICA SHERIDAN, COMMODORE LAYING WREATH at the CENOTAPH
HARBOUR LOOKING DESERTED AFTER 2nd LIFT-OUT ON Oct. 21st
CRAFT POP-UP OCTOBER FEST DINNER OCTOBER 14th
Now here's a couple happy to be here - our own Commodore Monica Sheridan with Rob McLean enjoying a beer on the deck.
That's Rear Commodore Mike Hubicki setting the garnishes.
And of course the bartenders, Jess and Kim are ready to serve.
First guests "digging in"
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