Registration for Brass Monkey automatically registers you for the Summer Series
May 5-12, 2018
CRSA is sponsoring a flotilla cruise at the island of Mallorca, Spain. Mallorca is in the Mediterranean off the coast of Barcelona and Valencia. The marina is located at the capital city of Palma which has scheduled flights. The flotilla is organized by Sunsail.
A flotilla is a group (6-12) of chartered boats with a lead boat crewed by a Captain, Repair Technician and Social Director. We will sail independently, but meet up at a reserved mooring each night. The Social Director plans group dinners and other shore events. For more information go to http://www.sunsail.com/flotilla-sailing/destinations/mediterranean/spain.
We have reserved a 47’ mono hull with 4 cabins, each with private head. The boat is a Premier category (1-3 years old) and is equipped with bow thruster, Lazyjack, electric toilets, air conditioning, towels and bedding. We plan to have a maximum of 8 on the boat.
If they are available, we can charter additional boats if needed.
The estimated cost of the cruise is $675 per person, based on two per cabin and eight total crew. If we do not fill the boat, the cost will increase. In addition, there is a refundable damage deposit of $155 for a total of $830. Captains have first cabin pick followed by crew in order of receipt of the deposit check. To reserve a cabin, a deposit of $830 per person is required. Deposits may be refunded after 12/31/2017 if a substitute crew member can be found.
WHAT IS INCLUDED
A shared berth, mooring fees and utilities, Sunsail partial damage waiver
WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED
Travel to Palma, on shore food and drinks. A brief look at air fare showed a round trip from Lexington at $1600. Diligent shopping as well as flying from Cincinnati may result in a lower fare. Crew members will contribute to a boat fund for on board food and supplies.
It is recommended not to make nonrefundable air and hotel reservations until we are sure the trip is going. A lack of interest or other problem could occur which would cancel the cruise.
Payments due- Dec. 31, 2017, no refunds after that date
Sleep aboard at Palma- Sat., May 5, 2018, 1700
Set Sail- May 6
Return to Palma- May 11, sleep aboard
Disembark- May 12, 0900
TO RESERVE A BERTH
Mail a check for $830 per person made out to CRSA and a completed Cruise Application (available on the CRSA web site) to: Dan Geiger, 1880 Ft. Harrods Dr., Lexington, KY 40503. For more information, contact Dan Geiger, Cruise Director, Trip Leader, and Captain at firstname.lastname@example.org or 859-797-4212.
Summer Race Series for all classes
Skipper's meeting in parking lot of Scott's Creek Boat ramp @11:00 Races start 1:00 pm
All racers and club member are invited.
Person who would like to crew should contact Rear Commodore or be a little early for the skipper' meeting
Ahoy young maties! Introduce your child to the thrills of sailing
in the CRSA Youth Sailing Program
Who: Children between the ages of 7 and 12 years. Prior year students who want to further improve their skills are also welcome.
What: Learn the basics of sailing including water safety, boat anatomy, rigging, knots, points of sail, and boat maintenance. Small sailboats specifically designed for teaching youth sailing will be used. We like to have fun!
Where: Jacobson Park, Lexington, KY
Saturday July 7 2018
Tuesday July 10 2018
Saturday July 14 2018
Tuesday July 17 2018
Saturday July 21 2018
Tuesday July 24 2018 make up day if needed
Saturday July 28 2018 pirate day celebration and cook out
Cost: Members: $25
You must be a member to register.
We have a student memberships for $25, with parent permission.
Family membership is $80 and covers multiple children.
NOTICE OF RACE
39th Grand Annual Regatta
September 29 & September 30. 2018
Organizing Authority and Host -
Cave Run Sailing Association Cave Run Lake, Morehead, Kentucky
The Cave Run Sailing Association invites you to join us for our 38th Grand Annual Regatta. Located in the heart of the Daniel Boone National Forest, the October colors make Cave Run Lake an exceptionally beautiful place to sail.
Location: The Boat Gunnel Group Use Area at the Twin Knobs Campground has been reserved by CRSA for the weekend of September 29-30, and will serve as the Regatta Headquarters and provides camping on a first come basis for regatta participants.
Rules: This regatta will be governed by the rules as defined by the current edition of the Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS), the prescriptions of US Sailing, except as any of these are altered by this NOR or the Sailing Instructions.
Fleets and Scoring: A minimum of five boats constitutes a one-design fleet (i.e. C22, Flying Scot, National One Design, etc.) with a separate start. All other boats will compete in the day-sailor or cruiser fleets based on Portsmouth handicaps. Scoring will be Low Point Scoring System Appendix A, as amended by the Sailing Instructions. Three races are scheduled on Saturday and two on Sunday
- Weather conditions dependent. A minimum of one race constitutes a regatta and all races shall be scored. Trophies will be awarded to the top finishers in each class based on the number of boats within each fleet. An overall Grand Annual award will be given based on corrected time of all boats.
Registration: On-line Registration will be available beginning July 1, 2017, on-site registration will begin Saturday September 30th at 0900. The registration fee will be $45. Junior registration, for skippers age 16 and under will be $20. All registered boats will receive one t-shirt.
Sailing Instructions: Sailing Instructions will be posted on the CRSA web page by September 1, 2017 and will be available at the registration site to all registered boats. Changes to the sailing instruction made prior to September 25, 2017, will be posted on the web site. Changes to the sailing instructions made after September 25th will only be posted at the regatta headquarters and registration site.
Meals: Brunches are included in the registration fee for both Saturday and Sunday. Saturday dinner tickets may be purchased for $15 per adult and $10 per child (13 and under).
Saturday, September 29
0900- 1030 Registration and Brunch– The Boat Gunnel Area 1030 Skippers Meeting
1230 Warning signal for Race 1, with Races 2, and 3 back-to back. 1730 Attitude Adjustment - The Boat Gunnel Area
1800 Dinner – The Boat Gunnel Area
Sunday, September 30
0800 Morning Skippers update & Brunch – Boat Gunnel Area
1000 Warning signal for Race 4 ith Race 5 back-to-back
1330 Awards Presentation – The Boat Gunnel Area
Launching Facilities: Boat Launching facilities are available at either the Scott Creek Boat Ramp or through the Twin Knobs Campground Facility. Passes for the Twin Knobs Campground Launch area are included.
Passes for the Scott Creek Boat Ramp are required and maybe purchased at the Ranger Station, the Store across for Ramp or Marina Office
Lodging: Several motels are located close to the lake and in nearby Morehead:
Comfort Inn & Suites 606-780-7378 I-64 at KY 801 (9 miles from lake)
Lakeview Motel 606-784-1600 www.caverunlodging.com
Holiday Inn Express 606-784-5796 in Morehead (14 miles from lake)
Days Inn 606-783-1484 in Morehead (14 miles from lake)
Ramada 606-784-7591 in Morehead (14 miles from lake)
10. Camping: The Boat Gunnel Use Area has camping spaces for regatta participants on a first-come basis. There is a nice clean bath house, and very limited electricity so please plan on not using electricity if possible. The Twin Knobs Campground (National Forrest) is also available for a separate fee (through the campground management), although reservations are not available.
Further questions can be directed to the CRSA Rear Commodore, Steve Morris
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