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STYC Commodore’s Cup This year the Sloop Tavern Yacht


Club (STYC) reformatted its annual competition among its members for the Commodore’s Cup to include 23 race events that STYC organized this year. Scoring was based upon the best five scores from these events. Included in these 23 events was the new Down the Sound race that debuted in August (and is now sure to be a perennial favorite!), but not the more casual new “Take-Your- Time Fridays” events that were held in June and July. The Commodore’s Cup proved to be very competitive this year and the winner was not determined until STYC’s Fall Regatta. The winner of both the Fall Regatta


(three bullets and first overall!) and the first ‘new era’ STYC Commodore's Cup, was Kirk and Jen Fraser and the crew of the Yankee 30 Moonshine. Moonshine nearly ‘pitched a perfect game’ this year by winning seven of eight events entered, with a second place finish in the only event that Moonshine didn’t win! Complete results can be found on STYC’s website: www.styc.org


South Sound Sailing Series


The Southern Sound Series is a series


of four sailing races, one a month. The series takes the racer over most of the scenic, southern Puget Sound, from Olympia to Elliott Bay. Members of any PIYA affiliated club are invited to come race with us. Each race starts in a different location.


Duwamish Head Race: January 8 Three Three Point Yacht Club


Contact Tom Davis, (206) 999-5115, email: tdavisconst@hotmail.com


Toliva Shoal Race: February 19 South Sound Sailing Society & Olympia Yacht Club


Contact Debe Andersen, (360) 459-2650, email: tolivarc@ssssclub.com


Islands Race: March 19 Gig Harbor Yacht Club


Contact John McPhail, (253) 732-7916, email: jmmjam@comcast.net


STYC Iceberg Race January 29


The Iceberg Race is Sloop Tavern


Yacht Club's annual frosty affair for freezing fun and hot buttered rum. This race is open to STYC members and non- members. As is always the case with these things, entries must be received at the Sloop Tavern or on the website, no later than 1800, on the Wednesday before the race. Entry forms are available at www.styc.org Non-members and Associate Members can submit a $25 entry fee with the completed entry form. And as a one time good deal, non-members who join STYC during this calendar year can have this race fee applied against the initiation fee for membership! Also, new for 2011, all non-members


may participate in one of the many STYC races free of charge! Choose this, or any of the many other opportunities throughout the year (with the exception of Blakely rock) to cash in on this generous offer to race fee free. As is the case with all STYC races,


divisions for both flying and non-flying sails will be available. A skippers meeting will be held at the Sloop Tavern at 0930 on the morning of the race.


Frigid Digit January 29-30


The Seattle Laser Fleet’s Frigid Digit


dinghy regatta is scheduled for January 29-30. This annual event has been going on since the 1970s, and the results over the years have included a who’s who of Pacific Northwest dinghy sailing. The 2011 event promises to be a good one, with contingents from Victoria, Vancouver and Portland all planning to attend in addition to a strong local turnout from the growing Laser fleet. Racing will be held off Shilshole


Bay Marina on Puget Sound. It’s an open regatta with no yacht club or class membership required. Anticipated classes are Lasers and Laser Radials, with any class of five or more boats receiving their own start and awards. For more information and registration, check in on the Seattle Laser Fleet website, www.cycseattle.org/slf or call Kurt Hoehne at (206) 335-8776.


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