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Sailor Talk #1 - Southeast Cruising (Past & Future)

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Thu, 01/29/2015 - 18:00 - 20:00
NorthWind Architects

The theme of the first Sailor Talk of the year is “Southeast Cruising (Past & Future)”. Several members will present their local trips to Southeast Alaska destinations such as Tenakee, Sitka, White Sulphur Hot Springs, the Outside Coast, Glacier Bay, Fords Terror, etc.

We'll also discuss plans for more cruising this season & beyond (Neka Hot Springs, Petersburg, Myers Chuck, etc.). 

Winter Party

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Fri, 01/23/2015 - 17:30 - 21:30
Rockwell Restaurant 109 S.Franklin St. Juneau

The SEAS Executive Board would like to invite the public to our Winter Party, held this year on Friday January 23rd @ the Rockwell Ballroom from 5:30 - 9:30pm.

2015 SEAS Election Results

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The election results are in for the 2015 SEAS Executive Board:


Commodore: Joel Osburn

Vice Commodore: James Bibb

Treasurer: Mary Sternfeld

Secretary: Christina Vasquez

At-large Board Members: David D'Amore, Anthony Crupi, Ruth Kostik, Nikolay Barkov

Ratings Officer: Brian Lieb

Race Committee: Sean Boily & Jimmy Mahan (co-Chairs), Brian Lieb


Juneau Youth Sailing - Help haulout the dock/boats

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Sat, 09/20/2014 - 11:00 - 13:00
Yacht Club

This Saturday, the 20th, at 11:00 at the Juneau Youth Sailing container.

-Please come help move dock blocks and boats and anyone who collapses from backache.  You are needed, and so very greatly appreciated.  


See you this weekend!

-Carl and the JYS board

All Good Things . . .

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Leg One

Winds were very light early Saturday morning, and those at the pre-race Skippers Meeting discussed options for moving the start line up to Sheep Creek or Marmion in case it didn’t pick up enough to get the fleet out of Gastineau Channel. Optiminium served as Committee Boat and, finding around eight knots of breeze on the water, set the start line off Mayflower Island. Lyric-WR, Surprise, Thalia, and Tango all crossed over the line upwind on a starboard tack, favoring the Douglas Island, while Optiminium took a port tack towards the mainland and nabbed an early lead. As the boats neared Sheep Creek, Surprise crossed in front and would stay ahead out of the Channel, followed closely by Optiminium, Thalia, Lyric-WR, and then Tango.

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