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This Saturday is the race/cruise to Palm Beach with Cruise director Dave Knepper.  Contact him for details,  It looks like 12 boats are going so far! Nice turnout.  The landlubbers will be meeting them at the Riviera Beach Marina Tiki Hut for dinner at 6:30pm. Let me know by Friday if you would like to go for dinner so reservations can be made.
Kristie Breithaupt

It's Carnival St Lucie Sailing Club Style
Mardi Gras at the Meridian Marina to Mingle Mingle Mingle.

This will be a cocktail style party and a wonderful opportunity to meet new members that would like to get out on the water. Also a great opportunity to explore the marina.  Costume is optional but masks are encouraged with a prize for the best mask.  It is rumored that the Carnival King (whatwhat?!?) will be dropping by.  The club will provide a complimentary Mardi Gras drink called the Ramos Gin Fizz.  Please bring finger foods to share. If you can bring something 'New Orleans' like - example: Cajun shrimp, crawfish dip or muffelettas cut small, that would be great. Whatever you bring will be welcome  & devoured.  There will be King Cakes with babies hidden in them.  If you find a baby it means blessings for the year.  There will be a prize for the first baby found.  Please rsvp if you are coming & also if you are bringing an appetizer.  thanks

WHEN: MARCH 22, 2014 AT 6:30pm - 9:30pm
1400 SW Chapman Way, Palm City, Fl
from Martin Downs Blvd turn north on Mapp Rd for .9 miles, turn right on Chapman Way then immediately right into the parking lot. Drive to the administration bldg. in the rear.



General Announcement, Racing

St. Lucie Sailing Club

2014 Don Ellis

March Madness


Notice of Race and Sailing Instructions

March 15th and 16th

Rules: This event will be governed by the US Sail Racing Rules of Sailing for 2013-2016

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General Announcement
Sailing school start Monday, March 10.  If you intend on attending... please let me know quickly.  I need to order a book for you and it takes about a week to get them!

     Paul Loschiavo


General Announcement
SLSC is sponsoring its annual "Introduction to Sailing Class" starting in March.  This is an entry level course designed to get a non-sailor familiar with the theory and terminology of sailing.  It includes five classes and a practical sailing day.  It's also ridiculously inexpensive at $35 for an individual or $50 for a couple, and that includes the book!

     If you or someone you know is interested, have them contact Paul Loschiavo at  This class is open to anyone - you don't have to be a member to participate!


General Announcement, Racing
The Sailing instructions for the Sweetheart Regatta are now posted on the website.  Look under "Racing" then "Sweetheart Regatta"  I hope to see all of you out on the water and at the after party at the Deck.

Sail Fast

Dave Ottaviani

General Announcement
The Blessing of the Fleet Committee has a request:  They are asking that, after passing the review boat, we do not immediately break up but, they'd like for us to continue in line towards The Deck then south towards the old Roosevelt Bridge.
     It's kind of important that we do this, as we are the first group in the parade.
     They are expecting a large number of independent boats and they are trying to avoid having a mass gaggle just beyond the review boat.

General Announcement, Racing
Good Luck to all competitors in the Chuck Reade PHRF Regatta this Sat. and the Herb Carey Club Handicap Regatta this Sun.
The Sailing instructions are posted under the Racing tab for this regatta.
Thank you to the members of the A Fleet; Bill Baxter and Crew and the B Fleet Larry Bryant and Crew for volunteering to be Race Committee for the respective Regatta's
The Trophy Ceremony will be held Sunday after the Herb Carey Regatta for both fleets upon the finish of the Herb Carey Regatta.  Approx 4-4:30 PM.  It is a great time to sit and talk over the racing and to be with all the SLSC members and guests.  Please come out and support your Club.

Sail Fast!!

Dave Ottaviani

Wow!!!  What a great day of sailing Sat.!!  Wind was UP!!  Thank you to all who came to the Deck after racing!  What fun to sit and hash over the race after and to spend time with all of you!! Commodore's Cup Race Results

A Fleet

!st Place Steve Garrett on Echo
2nd Place Bill Baxter on Mutineer
3rd Place Dave Ottaviani on Ping

B Fleet

1st Place Dave Knepper on Rum Runner
2nd Place Jesse Jagoda on Sailsman
3rd Place Robert Hogan on Willow

Boat of the Year ( BOTY )

1st Place Dave Knepper on Rum Runner
2nd Place Jesse Jagoda on Sailsman
3rd Place Dennis Heretick on Phoenix

Thank you to Commodore MIke Koverman for stopping by the race and seeing us off the starting line and for coming by the Deck after to spend time with us.  Also a Big Thank You to Dick Starita for being the PRO and to Wes for supplying the boat and to Fred Faulkner for assisting.  

A special thank you to Richard and Asta for the Commodore Cup perpetual trophy and all you both do for the Club!!

Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year!!

Dave Ottaviani

There is a skipper's meeting this Thursday 12/19/2013 at 6:30 PM at the Meridian Marina in Palm City.  We will be discussing the upcoming Commodores Cup and what is coming up for the New Year.  BYOB is encouraged!

See you there,

Dave Ottaviani

The Commodore's Cup  Regatta is Scheduled for Sat. 12/21/13.  First Warning is at 12:55 PM.  See the SI and NOR on this website under Racing.

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