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                2014 Commodore’s Cup Regatta December 20, 2014                

(SLSC).RULES for this event will be governed by defined in The Racing Rules of Sailing(RRS), including US Sailing Prescriptions. 

ENTRIES will be limited to skippers who are members of the SLSC or other recognized club and who have obtained the handicap from the SLSC Handicapper. Boats with skippers who do not belong to a club may be entered if approved by the SLSC Race Captain. 

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                2014 Commodore’s Cup Regatta

                   December 20, 2014

                            1200 hours

                        NOTICE of RACE

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Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Ramadan or I'm Happy to Be Alive Day, December 13th is the day to do it.  It will be poolside and may be chilly so let's attend in style with an ugly holiday sweater. Prize for the best one. The laughs continue with a White Elephant gift exchange.  Party details in email blast to members.


Martin County - Dec 6 at 6:30PM
Festivities begin at 6:00PM at the following viewing stations: Flagler Park & City Docks (staging area), Martin Memorial Hospital, Sandsprit Park and Manatee Pocket. Captain's Meeting TBA at Meridian Marina; 1400 SW Chapman Way Palm City.

Holiday Boat Parade
December 13th. 2014 6:00pm
The 24rd Annual St. Lucie County Holiday Boat Parade is scheduled for December 13 2014. The festivities begin at the South Causeway at 4:00 PM with music, food, drinks, and even a visit from Santa. The parade starts at 6:00 pm and begins at the Fort Pierce City Marina. View stations will be at the South Causeway Park, Public Beach, Harbor Cove, Mangrove Matties, Chuck’s Seafood, On the Edge, the Tiki, Cobb’s Landing or any waterfront restaurant in that area. For more information, please visit

The Turkey Trot Regatta is a ladies at the helm race.  The qualifications are that the captain and the boat must be a member and the helmsperson must be a woman,  This year the date is Saturday, November 15th.  The racing instructions are posted in the website, look under racing then click on the turkey trot.  This is an exciting race with a big celebration afterwards at the Deck Restaurant around 2ish.  All are welcome to come celebrate the winners and hear the stories.


The time is nigh! RSVP for this years' biggest event: the Membership Party.

This is where we all gather to eat, drink & be merry, and dance until we drop to the awesome Carole's Carte Blanche band. The theme is 'Sailing' so put on your captain's hat & blue blazer or your SLSC hat & flip flops or just come as you are.

Please bring either a side dish, appetizer or desert and your adult beverage.

The club will supply a ham & turkey and the soft drinks.

If you have already rsvp'd just let me know what you are bringing. thanks. 

Kristie Breithaupt


Nov 3rd SLSC Meeting Location


Election Day, Nov 4th requires that the Leighton Community facility, a polling place,  be closed the night before the Tuesday election. This means that the club will not be able to use the facility as regularly scheduled on Monday night. Our monthly meeting is being relocated to the South River Condo clubhouse.

South River Condos is located on west side of Kanner Hwy south of Indian St. After entering the complex the clubhouse is about a third of a mile on the right of South River Dr.

Any questions about the location, please call Mike Koverman 772 419 8186


Mike Brescher captain of Bound Away and crew came in first in the Champagne Regatta & caught a fish big enough to share with the celebrators at the Tiki Bar that night.  Darren Kirkland captain of Peace & Plenty and crew came in second.  Light winds  but a beautiful day out at sea as was the sail home on Sunday.


Go North to R12, keep to port. 
Continue North to finish 
Finish between G3 and R4 off the Fort Pierce Inlet. 
Call your GPS time in to Darren Kirkland 772-678-0294 on Peace and Plenty, they are also the start boat. 
Check in with them before the first warning to register. 
You must have a rating from the SLSC to be scored. 

If someone needs crew or some one wants to crew 

Call Darren Kirkland<

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