The date for the 2017 WMFR will be SEPTEMBER 10th – one day only! Mark your calendar now and check back soon for registration and more information.
JOIN US FOR FOOD AND FUN!! Everyone is invited to our Amazing Spaghetti dinner and 90/10 raffle. Saturday, June 17th from 5 – 8pm at SCYC – tickets sold at the door. CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP AND HELP OUT! (We need volunteers to make it happen!)
CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ABOUT THESE FUN SUMMER SAILING OPPORTUNITIES! Sail on Lake Elizabeth – Fun regatta series on Lake Elizabeth in Fremont Spring Sunday Series: June 11th, June 25th Summer Sunday Series: July 9th, July 23rd Fall Sunday Series: August 27th, September 17th, October 1st Friday Night Dinghy Sailing – SCYC On the … Read More
THIS IS A FUN CO-ED SPORT FOR ANYONE INTERESTED IN RACING TWO PERSON SAILBOATS. Our Summer Clinics will run from 10am – 4pm at a cost of $225/Clinic. (A one time yearly cost of $65 to join SCYC as a junior member is not included) Coaching includes fun on the water drills as well as … Read More
Half way through the 2016/17 El Toro season, the group has decided to sail the remainder of their sessions on Half Moon Bay. Coaches, kids and parents are all enjoying the venue for its safe beaches, flat water and exciting conditions. Most importantly, the friendly Half Moon Bay Yacht club has welcomed the SCYC kids with unprecedented support … Read More
SCYC High School Scholastic sailors compete at Treasure Island Divisional two day regatta. What a great looking group! Aptos High takes 3rd in the Silver Fleet!
On Saturday, Jan 16th the Scholastic Sailing team met in the Lower Room on their regular practice day. Everyone is bummed that the harbor is shoaled and we can’t go sailing! There was even too much rain for a work day. The morning was spent reviewing videos and discussing starts among other sailing subjects. The … Read More
“Last night this lovely group of kids enjoyed their Christmas party. They played musical chairs, sang Christmas songs and enjoyed a feast provide by Louisa Beers from Gayle’s Bakery. The highlight was the white elephant gift exchange.” Andrea Miller, Scholastic Director The zebra is already in the Junior Shed. He’ll be our windward mark at … Read More
“We had a great day on the water last Sunday at our Turkey Leftovers Regatta. The day started windless, but eventually settled into an amazingly steady 5 knot south-westerly. The intrepid race committee was able to bang off five quick races on a very short starting line making for lots of excitement! Port tack starts … Read More
“Super proud of all these kids! After lots of preparation, SCYC high schoolers raced in the Stevenson Cup in Monterey on Sunday, December 6th. After years of not winning the Cup . . . in a surprise finish (not unexpected, these kids are amazing sailors!) the Cup is finally across the Bay in Santa Cruz … Read More
After a short closure of the lake, the El Toro program is back on the lake and check out these breathtaking pictures of their day!
Junior sailors from all programs, ages 8 to high school, participated in the SCYC Junior program tradition of “bobbing for donuts”. Then it was time for the younger sailors to get to know the high school sailors even better in “team mummy wrapping”. A pizza break was next (no pictures since everyone was busy eating) … Read More
The Junior Advanced sailors have been having a great time the last two weekends introducing some of the newer members to sailing on the Melges 24 M1. The skipper and crew of Ian Collignon, Josselyn Verutti, and Olivia Beers have been mentoring Trevor and Dana Foley, Amy Ely, Charlotte Lenz, Jackson Halderman and Kate Chandler to … Read More
The El Toro Program is off to a strong start, beginning with “Coach the Coaches” day. Paul Tara and Dan Cook share their El Toro knowledge with the new parents that will be teaching the El Toro program this year. Next comes opening day at Pinto Lake which turns into a great day to practice rigging on … Read More
Mike Gross talked to the Scholastic sailors last Saturday for about an hour. He discussed a number of pertinent topics, among them: Starting line rules, mark roundings and other situations that came up after our regatta at EYC earlier this month. Mike connected his laptop to the TV and discussed various scenarios using a terrific … Read More
NorCal #1 Scholastic regatta at Encinal. SCYC juniors Josselyn Verutti and Olivia Beers take home top honors in the Gold Fleet!
Scholastic Friday Night Practice Start Video Check out one of the starts from last Friday nights practice. Always a great time with these usual suspects!
El Toro program sailors take part in the required swim test that is always the start of a super fun sailing year. As you can tell there is nothing better than messing around with boats!
SCYC Juniors, Ian Collignon, Josselyn Verutti and Olivia Beers competed in the Rolex Big Boat Series this past weekend along with Dave Collignon and Mike Scott. They finished 5th in their division of 9 Melges 24s. Great showing M1! Check out the nice article from Scuttlebutt – http://www.sailingscuttlebutt.com/2015/09/18/colorful-stories-from-the-big-boat-series/
The 2015-16 High School Scholastic Program is officially open! So fun to see excited high school sailors ready to get back in the boats! Step 1 – parent and sailor meeting! Step 2 – and most important . . . boat maintenance! Step 3 – Chalk talk before launching.
What a fun night at the Mini Boat Regatta . . . lots of boat building, pasta eating, smack talking, racing and picture posing! … Read More
SCYC Juniors Ian Collignon, Josselyn Verutti, Olivia Beers, Junior Coach Mike Scott and Dave Collignon sending it at the Gorge! Scuttlebutt article
SCYC Junior Trevor Foley wins the El Toro Regional Regatta held at Sail Camp at Stockton Sailing Club Friday, July 17th. Trevor beat 21 boats to capture the Gold Fleet honors. Second place was Devon Stapleton, RYC and third went to Owen Lahr, RYC. SCYC juniors also racing included Chloe Long -4th, Mia Maston – … Read More
Junior Sailors for the El Toro Program have a clean up day for their program support boats, Jack’s II, Randy’s and Georges.