The day started blustery but the wind died down a bit by the last races. It was chilly too. Still, 14 Lasers opted to sail today. Matt Goetting won 4 of the 6 races and Chris Henkel won the other two. For complete results, visit monmouthboatclub.org/results.
Photos courtesy of Robert Ender. Thanks Robert!
Get your plans together for the Haulout dinner.
Good Food, Drink, and Friends 🍜🍺⛵
Send in to arrive at Dale’s house by Nov. 7th.– this Monday so food/drinks can be ordered.
Please make check payable to Monmouth Boat Club
Send checks to:
941 West Front St
Red Bank NJ 07701
Adults $35 Kids $15. Please indicate number of each
See you there
HOLIDAY PARTY 🍻🍷🍻 2016 🍻🍷🍻
December 3,2016. 6-9PM
Eat, Drink, and be Merry Around the World in just one jolly evening
Foods from around the world, Beer, Wine, Wassail & soda
$40 per person, until 11/20/16. $20 per child
$50 per person, after 11/20/16
RSVP, with check, made out to Monmouth Boat Club.
78 Forrest Ave.
Fair Haven, NJ 07704
Our own Flying Dutchman fleet captain Robert Ender is inviting all members to participate in a new idea at MBC. Noticing that a good number of MBC members also enjoy cycling, Robert had the idea of creating a short ‘club ride’ this Sunday October 23rd at 9 AM.
Anyone interested, please meet at the club at that time for coffee, Continue reading
October 15, 2016 from 6-9PM
RAW BAR SHRIMP SUSHI SEAFOOD DIPS & DELIGHTS!!!
Beer, Wine and Soda
$40 per person (until 10/1, after 10/1 $50 per person, if reservations available)
$20 per child
RSVP with check made out to Monmouth Boat Club:
Clare Schumann 32 Smoke Tree Terrace, Red Bank, NJ 07701
Blue skies. Moderate breezes. Warm(ish) temperatures. All in all, a great day for the final day of racing in the Fall Series.
Many thanks to PRO Joe Cahill who did a great job setting square courses over the day and got 3 races in.
Congratulations to Thom Lee, George Harrington, and Taugh Lynch who won the day and the series in the Flying Scot, Lightning, and Sanderling Fleets respectively. Thom Lee, sailing with Melissa Pater, also wins the Monmouth Museum trophy for winning the series in the fleet with the most participants. Taugh Lynch also managed to win the series in the Woodpussy fleet who didn’t sail today. Doug Marsh won in the Albacore fleet who also didn’t sail today.
For complete results, visit monmouthboatclub.org/results.
Please send any photos for possible publication in the 2016 yearbook to Linda Ensor at email@example.com. She especially needs pictures of people enjoying social activities around the club. The deadline for submission of photos is October 29, 2016.
This year the championship was decided by sailing a one day regatta in Woodpussys. 28 skippers qualified for the event by winning one race over the course of the season. 10 skippers sailed on an overcast to rainy day with light and variable winds. The skippers were randomly split into two fleets and each fleet sailed two races. The intent was to take the top finishers from each fleet and have a winner-take-all final race but the wind went away and the rain picked up. Randy’s clear domination of the first two races ensured that none of the other sailors were anxious for another race.
Thom Lee and Cole Barney finished 2nd and 3rd respectively. Complete results can be found at monmouthboatclub.org/results.