This week at the Club

Sailing news

Hello everyone – We’ve waited 6 months but it’s back. Frostbiting is here again!

Our first day of sailing is Sunday, November 3rd. We’ll rig early – 11:30 AM – to be sure everyone is ready to sail at 1 PM SHARP! It will be a great season.

We look forward to seeing you this season.

We hope to see you Sunday and every Sunday through May 3rd.

 

Governor Jim Aikman, Club Secretary Keith Maler and Will Ciniski sailed Dusty Miller and took home awards from the Wednesday Night Series. They received second place in their division and third overall, congratulations. Other members also participated in the races and did very well. Hat off to Apollo and Captain Mike Kontonotas, Dream Catcher and Captain Mike Sears. Golden Eye and Captain Mike Emmert, Shambala and Captain PC Brad Dickson, Madness and Captain PC Jim Carballal, well done.

 

Regatta Room Pub menu is back and being served from 5pm in the cozy Regatta Room on Wednesday’s. The Culinary team headed up by Chef Nick will also be preparing some delicious meals to be served at Friday Dinner and the Sunday Pub Menu. Football season is here; enjoy a game, a bite of lunch, sip a drink and hang out with friends at your club and watch the game on the big screens in the Regatta Room. Please make your reservations early for all meal periods so we are properly staffed and prepped for service. We request that reservations for all dining be made 24 hours in advance but please no later than 1pm the day of. 

 

 

This year the Sea Cliff Yacht Club will celebrate our 127th “Change of Seasons” event this Saturday, November 2nd marking the end of the summer season and the beginning of the winter season.   The Flag Officers and Board of Governors would like to take this opportunity to extend an invitation to you and your family to attend. The gathering is scheduled for 1630 hours (that’s 4:30 for the landlubbers) with the Change of Season Ceremony to begin shortly thereafter.  A reception with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will immediately follow.  Anyone interested in attending may contact the Club office at 671-7374 or use the link below to reserve. This is a great opportunity for seasoned members and those new to the SCYC family to experience a long time yachting tradition and a great time.  

Sea Cliff Yacht Club doesn’t roll up the sidewalks, or the dock for that matter, in the winter. On the contrary, the Club is open and active through the winter months.  There are many ways to enjoy time on, and around, the water with friends and neighbors.  The full service dining opportunities and bar are open for members and guests three nights a week throughout the winter months. We also host monthly parties and special holiday events. The wood burning fireplaces in the Main Dining Room and our Regatta Room Pub will set the mood for dining and relaxing all season.

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