The Culinary team headed up by Chef Nick will be preparing some delicious meals to be served at Friday Dinner and the Sunday Pub menu. Please make your reservations early so we are properly staffed and prepped for service. We request that reservations be made 24 hours in advance but please no later than 1pm the day of.
Remember Grill Nights are still a big happening here on Thursday nights throughout September. Grill is hot and ready by 6pm. The bar will be open every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and weekends till the end of the month.
Hurricane Dorian passed by bringing some nice wind – at times for Sailing
The ladies arrived for the LYCE on Saturday morning but the conditions were too rough to sail. The Northwest wind did diminish so that when the men headed out at 2 PM it was flat calm. Teams practiced their spinnaker work in the variable conditions but the fleet struggled to get out to the Race Committee (Mary Ellen Wefer & Debra Dumas) that was out on the course. Eventually a light breeze filled back in from the northwest and it built and built until the fleet sailed home in 15-20 mph.
Overall, the wind ranged from 3-12 across the 5 windward-leeward-windward races for the MYCE. Paul Wefer & Mike Emmert took a liking to the strong conditions and won the last four races to win the MYCE for the third year in a row. John Dawson & Doug Wefer showed they still have the touch to finish second and Anthony Dekkers & Dan Deegan revealed to be closet spinnaker pros to finish third. The Don Kavanagh – Dave Lawson team modeled consistency to finish fourth while Past Commodores Jim Arnemann & Tim O’Rourke hoped the regatta ended after their first race second but still had moments where they showed off their experience. Last minute registrants, Norm Sorenson & Mike Kontonotas finished 6th but showed they’ll be a force in years to come.