A place for members to find & share information about the happenings of the CYC
For anyone who would like to experience the sport of sailing on Saturday morning in a friendly setting. Slow boats are allowed a big head start as faster boats pursue them on a five mile course in a race to the finish line. Races usually last about two hours.
Location: Grand Rivers Kentucky
Latest Activity: May 11, 2016
Start Time Date
Race 1 10:00AM 4/20/2019
Race 2 10:00AM 5/11/2019
Race 3 10:00AM 5/25/2019
Race 4 10:00AM 6/15/2019
Race 5 10:00AM 6/22/2019
Race 6 10:00AM 7/13/2019
Start Time Date
Race 1 10:00AM 9/7/2019
Race 2 10:00AM 9/21/2019
Race 3/Cols. Revenge 9:00AM 10/6/2019
Race 4 10:00AM 10/12/2019
Race 5 10:00AM 10/26/2019
Race 6 10:00AM 11/9/2019
Downloadable/Printable CYC Series Registration and Waiver Form. ALL skippers are required to file a Registration and Waiver Form with the Race Committee no later than 15 minutes prior (usually 9:45AM on race day) to the first race that the boat is participating in for the season. One Registration and Waiver Form is good for the whole season. If a Registration and Waiver Form is not on file the boat's results will not be recorded and kept for that race.
Downloadable Race Course Map and instructions.
Check out the results of previous weeks racing and write ups describing the events of the day in the "FEATURED CONTENT" section below.
Do you have questions about the CYC Sailing Series and how it works?
Send a message to Racing Coordinator Chris Riley
Write-up courtesy of Harry Reed. I am just reposting for everyone's benefit.Friends and Fair WindsSailing opens a new season on Kentucky Lake! This is the 9th season for the staggered start sailing series begun by CYC and Kentucky Lake Sail Club sailors to give beginning and experienced sailors a chance to practice outside of the Kentucky Lake Sail Club's more formal races. Saturday's race, May 7th, begins at 10am by the green buoys in front of the Dam. Steve Smith on his Oday 28, "Heeling…Continue
Started by Chris Riley May 11, 2016.
Comment by Harry Reed 12 minutes ago Delete CommentThe Great Bug Out Harry ReedJuly 2, Spring Sailing Series- Light winds plagued the fleet, starting out at 4 knots, butbuilt to 7 knots on a beam reach to Sledd Creek. The Flying Scots of Mark Schaberg and DaveCasey, with, Bev Reed’s Santana 20, Treasure Chest, led the way. John Phillippe followed gamely along with hisheavier Catalina 320, a vessel…Continue
Started by Harry Reed. Last reply by Harry Reed Jul 23, 2011.