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November Sail & Social Events

Shawna McLean | Published on 11/2/2022
This Friday, October 4
Friday Night Speaker Series
Featuring Martin Lopez
on Flotilla Cruising BVI
7pm cocktails, 7:30pm Speaker

Martin Lopez of King Harbor Yacht Club Cruising Fleet is planning for their flotilla cruise in 2023. This Friday, Martin will showcase his bareboat charter experience fromJune 2022 and give a presentation of what you can expect and experience on your own futureBVIcruise.SCCYC memberswill be invited to join the King Harbor Flotilla!Check you inbox and RSVP to the invite.

Register Today!

2022 Shallow Water Series #4 - Last Light

Tom Estlow and Pat Regan Memorial Race

Saturday, November 5th, 2022

Last Light Shallow Water #4, the Tom Estlow and Pat Regan Memorial Race is this Saturday. This race is open to all dinghies. We will use your Portsmouth Rating.Racing will be in the main channel, inside of the Marina del Rey Breakwater, from Burton Chace Park to the Marina Breakwater. Selected races will start and finish in front of the club.Racing starts at 2:00 pm,NOR here.

Sunday Brunch
& Dinghy Day

Sunday, November 6
11 am - 2 pm
Members Jess Lipowski and Alec Offenbergerwillhostthis Sunday's Brunch.They plan to prepare abrunch that will be south of the border witha taco/burrito bar served with thetraditionalmargaritas. Ole!

After brunch stick around for Dinghy Day and hop aboard one of the club's boats for a sail around the Marina Channel.
Don't forget to RSVP to the Evite!

Ukulele Night
Friday, November 11
7:30 pm Cocktails, 8 pm Start
The second Friday isalways rocking thanks to the talented South Coast Corinthian Strummers. Meet at the clubhouse and listen to a ukulele jam session. Everyonewelcome sit in orsit back, relax &enjoy the music.


Drinks at 6:30 pm, dinner at 7 pm, general membership meeting at 8 pm

2022 Campbell Cup Race Results
Campbell Cup Race Results - Bob Decker and crew (left) from Cuchulainn won first place. Lenny Gordon with Sunshine came in second and Gary Brockman racing Squall was third. Great day to be on the water and thanks to all the boats who entered and raced!
  • Pirates Steve Vincent, Gigi Barbes, Jennifer and Chris Kitchenaboard Zephyr (right) The Kitchens won the Chili Cookoff.

November Officer of the Day Schedule

Let the Officer of the Day WranglerBruce Fleckknow what shift you want to take for December. Open shifts can be found on the SCCYCcalendar. The club is going to begin assigning Flag and Life members to Officer of the Day (OD) duty for November and beyond.

NEED TRAINING? No need to sign up —just show up!
Latest ODtraining dates are:

  • Friday 11/4 @6:30 pm
  • Sunday 11/6 @11:00 am

To volunteer, check the sign-up folder which resides near the fish at bar area, or emailBruce Fleck.

It's greatwe are returning to normal hours so please support your OD’s by visiting the clubhouse during those times. Note: The dates inredidentify a club event.

Thank you!
Your OD Co-chairs, Rod Percival & Bruce Fleck

December 4, 2022
Installation Dinner

Invitations will be sent shortly

SCCYC New Applicants
New member Raj Nydoomet Mark Brazil at a fellow sailor's funeral and after talking, Mark suggested Rajjoin SCCYC. Raj has some sailing experience and has been racing with Lenny Gordon aboard Sunshine. He looks forward to gaining experience in the centerboards and hopes to begin racing in our dinghy fleet.He's been studying up on ukulele and hopes to join in the monthly Friday fun.You'll see him at many club events and we welcome his enthusiasm. Please introduce yourself.

Address for correspondence (letters only: no magazines, newspapers or packages please)

South Coast Corinthian Yacht Club
P.O. Box 11686
Marina Del Rey, CA 90295

Address for mail larger than letters, and to visit the club

South Coast Corinthian Yacht Club
13444 Bali Way Suite A
Marina Del Rey, CA 90292