The CBYA are currently doing well in the 5 Clubs Regatta after 7 regattas, with only the CN Campomanes race outstanding on 9 December.
S/Y Jumbuck, owned by Sue & John Allison, is FIRST overall in ORC-B with 13 points.
S/Y Blade, owned by Karen & Barry McCrae, is SECOND overall in ORC-C, only 2 points adrift from the leader.
S/Y Tricky D, owned by Richard Jones, is TENTH overall in ORC-B
Formally owned by new CBYA member, Horst Dannohl, who will hopefully become an active member of the CBYA Dinghy Section. Now the Flying Fox has joined our mini-fleet of dinghies at El Portet!
Our reknowned CBYA member, Richard Jones (aka Tricky D), has set sail with Terry Sandling and his crew on the Gran Canaria to St Lucia ARC. See https://www.worldcruising.com/arc/event.aspx
There are over 230 yachts participating this year! You can follow their progress by clicking HERE.
Good luck to TD and all of Chantana’s crew!
The 2018 CBYA AGM is scheduled to take place on Monday 5th March 2018 at the Real Club Náutico de Calpe. Please make a note in your calendar now.
James Morris has stepped down due to medical reasons, so we have a vacancy for a Membership Secretary. Rachel Garnham has kindly offered to act as a temporary Membership Secretary in the interim period up to the AGM.
We are also looking for other CBYA members who are willing to join the Committee to help us run our rapidly growing association. Although it is preferable, it is not necessary for Committee members to be permanent residents in Spain.
If you are interested in putting back some of what you get out of your CBYA membership, please contact Ann Masson, the CBYA Secretary, on email@example.com
The CBYA regularly tries to offer its members opportunities to remember, renew and improve their sailing skills.
Our Boating Officer, Karlheinz Witte, therefore organised another special training in managing a sail boat which took place on Tuesday 14th November at the Marina de Dénia.
The course focused on how to manoeuvre a sailing yacht under motor, in order to smoothly leave and enter a berth in the Mediterranean area. read more →