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Holiday Wine Tasting & Decorating Party

This year we will be decorating the club for the holidays on Saturday, December 3rd.  In addition to decorating the club we will have a holiday potluck and gift exchange. 
The price of admission to the gift exchange is one wrapped gift (less than $10.00) per person.

Those with boats in the Treasure Isle Marina are encouraged to also decorate their boats and fly their burgee. 

There will also be a walking and tasting tour of the Treasure Island wineries starting at noon.

Winery Walking & Tasting Tour – 12:00 PM
Club Decorating – 3:00 PM
Potluck – 6:00 PM
Gift Exchange – 7:00 PM

November 29, 2011   No Comments

ACWS San Diego

The America’s Cup World Series racing in San Diego has concluded.
See the following link about the Pacific Voyagers meeting the AC 45 boats.

November 13, 2011   No Comments

Bay Bridge view from Clipper Cove

This past Monday, August 29, the catwalk lights going to the new Bay Bridge tower were lit for the first time.  Welcome to Clipper Cove.

Bay Bridge Lights

October 31, 2011   No Comments

Welcome Pacific Voyagers

Seven traditional Polynesian ocean-going canoes (vakas) set sail across the Pacific Ocean on an historic expedition.

The Pacific Voyagers arrived in Clipper Cove on Tuesday 8/3/2011.
Follow the vakas via their official voyage and project website.

August 3, 2011   No Comments

34th America’s Cup Update

The status of the 34th defense of the America’s Cup is changing rapidly. Follow along for the latest America’s Cup 2013 Info.

December 16, 2010   No Comments

The December JIBE has just been posted!

November 30, 2010   No Comments

Another America’s Cup 34 Call to Action

(From the Yacht Racing Association of San Francisco Bay E-Bulletin)

Things are still going strong for the bid to bring the America’s Cup to San Francisco Bay and there are several key meetings coming up where we need a strong show of support from the sailing community.

Mark your calendars and if possible, plan on attending these upcoming meetings:

  • Tuesday, November 30th, 2010. This a special meeting of the Port Commission to review the Host City Agreement. The meeting begins at 9:30 am and will be held at the Port Commission Hearing Room, Second Floor of the Ferry Building. More information on the Port of San Francisco website.
  • Wednesday, December 8th, 2010. The San Francisco Board of Supervisors Budget & Finance Committee Meeting at City Hall. This meeting was originally scheduled for Wednesday, December 1st but has been rescheduled for the 8th. The meeting begins at 11:00 am, but no word yet on exactly what time the American’s Cup will be on the Agenda. Check the Board of Supervisors website next week for a copy of the agenda.
  • Tuesday December 14th, 2010. The Full San Francisco Board of Supervisors Meeting. This meeting was originally scheduled for the 7th, but Members of the Board felt they needed additional time to understand the financial impacts and benefits to the City of hosting the 34th America’s Cup so it has been pushed back to the 14th. Again, check the Check the Board of Supervisors website the week of the 13th for a copy of the agenda.

Can’t make it to a meeting? How about sending emails of support. Here are the contact emails for key players in the campaign to bring the 34th America’s Cup to San Francisco:

And lastly, don’t forget to help spread the word! Get everyone you know involved in the campaign. We are at the helm of a tremendous opportunity and with your support, we will realize it.

November 27, 2010   No Comments

Happy Thanksgiving from TIYC!

TIYC has many things to be thankful for this year, so we wanted to open up a discussion for members and friends to reach out on the holiday, share warm wishes and their own spin on what we are giving thanks for this year.

This year, we’re thankful for:

  • Ray Zahnd and our incredible House Committee for all of their tireless work this year.
  • The great times had on this year’s trip to the Delta.
  • Wonderful meals we shared together as a club, and in particular, those who helped made them happen.
  • All of our reciprocal cruise-in clubs, and the clubs who hosted us in 2010.

For all of the things I’ve certainly forgotten, please feel free to use the Comments section below to share what you and your family are thankful for this year. If you have a special recipe to share, feel free to include it as well — I’m sure Lynette will be especially thankful for that!

November 25, 2010   6 Comments

Nautical Potpourri: Port & Starboard

Port and starboard are nautical terms which refer to the left and right sides (respectively) of a ship as perceived by a person on board facing the bow (front). At night, the port side of a vessel is indicated with a red navigation light and the starboard side with a green one.

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October 1, 2010   No Comments