of Refuge Raft Up
March 28, 2015,
We will meet for a luncheon raft up rendezvous on the
bay side across from the House of Refuge. Just north of the public dock there is
a good sheltered anchorage where we can have a raft up. For those who want to
A little something different this month. This Saturday, march 21, it's a scavenger hunt! Stimulates your mind, the excitement of the 'find', with friends and good food at the end. We can't think of a better way to spend a Saturday morning than participating in a road rally scavenger hunt. Following a course around Martin County we will decode clues for answers, take pictures, and collect a few requested items. At the end we will meet back at the Twisted Tuna for lunch.
Cruse to the 2015 House of Refuge Raft Up
March 28, 2015, 1200 hours
We will meet for a luncheon raft up rendezvous on the bay side across from the House of Refuge. Just north of the public dock there is a good sheltered anchorage where we can have a raft up. For those who want to go there by car there is public parking and a small beach and dock where we can pick people up with a small boat to ferry them to the party. You can call for a pick up from land at (305) 632-9663 or (305) 238-0508.
If you are cruising I find it more interesting if you research your destination, its history and its unique creatures. The other side of the road from our raft up is the very scenic “Saint Lucie Rocks” and the House of Refuge.
If you think you will be joining the raft up contact Thomas Mestrits 305-238-0508 or firstname.lastname@example.org
What: Don Ellis Regatta and March Madness
When: March 14,2015
Saturday 12:00 pm
Where: North Fork St. Lucie
Why: because "sailing is
and we all want to beat Baxter and
How: by untie our boats and raise
Who: everyone is invited....... if
you don't have a boat barrow one
Sailing instruction will be later
Remember A fleet......B fleet and C fleet will be racing different
As of 2/25/15 :
As of 1400 hours today, Fort
Pierce Inlet is still closed and the exact location of the sunken barge is not
yet available from the Fort Pierce USCG. However, a CG vessel is currently on
location directing traffic away from the sunken barge and the inlet. This report
is from TCPalm.com and this alert is brought to you by Fort Pierce City Marina,
a SALTY SOUTHEAST CRUISERS' NET SPONSOR!
FORT PIERCE -
The Fort Pierce Inlet is closed Wednesday [2/25/2015] after a barge that was
being towed sunk early Tuesday evening in the inlet, according to the U.S. Coast
Fireman Mark Umphrey with the Coast Guard Station in Fort Pierce said
as of 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, the inlet is closed and that boats can't go in or
Fishing charter operators were turned back Wednesday morning. Capt. Tris
Colket of Last Mango charters said the Fort Pierce Police Department Marine Unit
turned 21 boats around Wednesday morning.
Umphrey did not know when the inlet
The barge began sinking about 6:30 or 7 p.m. Tuesday, as it was
being towed by a tug named the Main Office, said Petty Officer Jon-Paul
Rios said the Coast Guard sent boats and a helicopter, and recovered
one person and a dog out of the water. The Coast Guard continued looking for a
second person. The condition of that person wasn't clear.
Come on all you spicy tamales and join us for some of the best chili in town this Saturday the 21st. Kayaking at South River Outfitters at 12pm, Hike at Halpatiokee Park starts at 2pm, cocktails at pavilion #8 at 3ish & cookoff starts around 4. The grill will be fired up for hot dogs around 11:30AM if you want to grab a hotdog before kayaking. See details in email. Rain or shine, see you there!!
February 14, 2015 at !2:00 pm
Start, 6(s), 6A(p), 9(p), 6A(s), B(p),5(s), 1(p),5(p) B(p) Finish
If there are more than 10 boats competing there will be three starts,
Fleet C (cruising fleet) : 12:00
Fleet B (Big boats ) : 12:05
Fleet A (racing) !2:10
If there are less than 10 boats there will be ONE start 12:00
If the winds are light the Race Commitee will shorten the race: they will end the race on the first bessey past.
Any questions call David 772-261-1445
See you on the water
Last call – Introduction to Sailing
Starts Monday, February 9, 7pm at the Deck
Contact Paul Loschiavo (email@example.com) for details!
Since most of the boats are out on the water for the Blessing of the Fleet we could sail up to the North end of Saint Lucie River at Kitching Cove have an impromptu raft up. Water depth is 6ft so there is no problem for the sail boats. bring your lunch and something to share contact Tom Mestrits firstname.lastname@example.org
ST. Lucie Sailing Club’s Power and Sailboats
Are joining together to participate in the
The St. Lucie River
BLESSING OF THE FLEET AND MARINE PARADE
Saturday February 7, 2015
No Rain Date – 12:30 pm Ready Time
This is a “Free” event organized by the Marine related Organizations and Clubs. “This years theme is “Save our Rivers and keep our Bridges and Waterways Open”
“SAY NO TO ALL ABOARD FLORIDA”
Banners and Decorating of vessels is encouraged! See attachments.
Lets enjoy the waters of our St. Lucie Estuary and keep Marine traffic FLOWING through the Bridges.&