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Club Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 PM. Click here for more information.
Upcoming Events: Frenchy's Rum Run (clik for NOR)
June 27th, 2015 -- 11th Annual FRENCHY’S RUM RUN a “Highpoints” series race
Here a little History:
THE ENTRY: The race is open to all racers, whether they are members of a yacht club or not. The entry fee is $30 for non-Ventura Sailing Club members and $20 for VSC members. ($5 discount for USSA members). In order to receive or be counted in the “Highpoints” credits for this race, you must be a member of a yacht club and have a valid PHRF certificate.
THE COURSE: Mandalay Buoy to Frenchy’s Cove on Anacapa Island to port (rounding mark coordinates distributed at the Captain’s Meeting), then to Mandalay buoy to port, then the Ventura Whistle buoy to starboard, and finishing in the Ventura Harbor entrance channel.
THE RULES: The race will be governed by the rules as defined in the Racing Rules of Sailing. The Sailing Instructions will be passed out at the Captains’ Meetings to be held at the Channel Islands Yacht Club. Sign-ups will be accepted from 0800 to 09000800-0900. Captains’ meeting will be at 0900. First start will be at 1130.
THE CLASSES: PHRF-handicapped spinnaker and non-spinnaker monohull, ORCA, and beachcat classes. Classes may be modified as necessary to accommodate all boats at the Captain’s Meeting.
HARDWARE FOR THE MANTLE: Trophies/prizes will be awarded to the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place boats in each class, depending on class size. After-party/results Saturday evening after the race at the Whale’s Tale. The awards ceremony will be at the VSC clubhouse at 1830 on Tues. July 14th.
For further info call Will Yount (805)205-0999(805)205-0999, write to email@example.com
All boats welcome to the race.......See ya on the water!
Ventura Sailing Club is located in Ventura, California. With two public harbors and close proximity to the Northern Channel Islands, this area is often referred to as the “Gateway” to the Channel Islands. The Santa Barbara Channel is also well known for its challenging and diverse sailing conditions; the area has even been used as a training ground for America’s Cup competitors.
The Ventura Sailing Club was founded in 1975 with the objective to provide planning and leadership for a recreational program of boating activities centered in Ventura County, California. In its current incarnation, the VSC has focused on the utilization of the Channel Islands National Park and the Santa Barbara Channel as excellent grounds for staging sailboat races, as well as a premier destination for all cruising activities, for the benefit of the local boating community.