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Provisional Dates – CBYA 2018 Raft-ups!

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The following provisional raft-up dates for Summer 2018 are now in the CBYA calendar:

            June 7                     TOMs Raft-up & Cruise           El Portet

            June 26                   General Raft-up                         Cala Sardinera

            July 10                     General Raft-up                         Portichol

            July 24                     General Raft-up                        El Portet

            August 7                  General Raft-up                        Cala Sardinera

            August 16                TOMs Raft up & Cruise          El Portet

            August 21                General Raft-up                        Portichol

            September 11         General Raft up                         Cala Sardinera

            October 2                General Raft-up                         Portichol

Please note that all dates are subject to the weather, and may be changed.

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New Range of CBYA Merchandise Now Available!

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Good News!

Limited Time Offer!

We have found a new merchandise supplier who is willing to brand their range of merchandise with the CBYA logo, and sell to CBYA members at a special, discounted price.

They will accept orders directly from our members which means that the CBYA does not have to hold stock.

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Malicious Attack on CBYA Dinghy Section!

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CBYA dinghy section suspended until further notice due to a malicious attack!

Those who turned up for Dinghy Day on Wednesday 9th May had an unpleasant surprise. All three dinghies had been holed, our inflatable safety boat had been slashed down both sides, and our latest replacement outboard had been stolen, despite being secured with a very strong chain, and being locked in our strongbox. There was no damage to any of the other boats on the El Portet beach, so obviously the objective was to put the CBYA Dinghy section out of action.

 

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Update on the 36th America’s Cup – 2021 in Auckland

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Emirates Team New Zealand representing the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron will defend the 36th America’s Cup in Auckland in 2021 against the winner of the “Prada Cup” Challenger Selection Series. Italy’s Circola della Vela Sicilia is the Challenger of Record yacht club, represented by the Luna Rossa sailing team and event organiser “COR36.” New York Yacht Club’s “American Magic” has formally challenged and Britain’s Land Rover BAR has announced their intention to challenge. Additional challengers are expected. Racing will be in foiling 75 foot long monohulls sailed by a crew of 11, all of whom must meet a nationality requirement.

See design of the foiling monohull by clicking HERE.

More details at https://club.cupexperience.com/americas-cup-guide/

Should be an exciting event!

Volvo Ocean Race Leg 8 – MAPFRE Wins Again!

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A very exciting finish produced a surprising result in VOR Leg 8 (Itajai, Brazil, to Newport, Rhode Island) – it was won by MAPRE, Brunel was second, and Vestas was third.

Click HERE for full details of what happened!

After two DNS results, “our” team, Vestas, is currently fifth overall.

See all results at http://www.volvooceanrace.com/en/scoreboard.html

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SPRING 2018 TOMs LADDER RACE SERIES RESULTS!

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During the Spring of 2018, a TOMs LADDER RACE SERIES took place. The race series was devised to increase participation, improve skills, develop racing skills, encourage everyone to have the opportunity to skipper (not just the CBYA skippers), employ different levels of experience and encourage team work. The following key aspects defined the series:
• Utilise the TOM one-design boats for competitive racing
• Maximise the number of boats on the water by limiting the crew number to a minimum of three
• Sail with white sails only to enable sailors with a wider range of experience level to compete. Beginners are spread between boats • For each race day, the (TOM) boat number, skipper and crews are randomly picked from a hat.
• Every participant accumulates individual points for each event and sails with a different skipper/crew each race day
• The scoring system is applied as follows:
1point for first, 2 points for second, etc… 6 points for DNS, DNF and 7 points for not racing
• RCNC provided the race officer, who laid the course on the day and recorded the results. A special thanks go to Pablo and his team!

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“Bronze in Motion” Sculpture Exhibition

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Apart from being a good sailor, CBYA member, Monique Neyzen, is also a sculptor!

If you would like to see her excellent work, you can do so at her ‘Bronze in Motion‘ exhibition at the Klein-Schreuder Sculpture Garden in Alfas del Pi,  as long as you go before 10th June 2018.

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Sailing Jacket for Sale

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Large lady’s, or  medium man’s size

Quilted lining and hood . Adjustable cuffs.  As new.

25 Euros

Contact: Brenda Bates

610 081 867

Last Chance to Sign Up for the CBYA Flotilla Cruise to Formentera!

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The postponed one week CBYA cruise to Ibiza /Formentera is now confirmed to start from Dénia on Saturday 23rd June 2018, and we plan to get back on Saturday 30th June 2018.

The lead yacht will be CBYA member-owned, TrickyD, with her very experienced skipper, Richard Jones. There are a few crew places left on TrickyD, available on a first come- first served basis. Unfortunately, no other CBYA-owned yachts are able to join this cruise on the selected dates, however we are happy to investigate chartering a yacht if there is adequate additional confirmed crew interest. CBYA-member owned power boats are also welcome to join the cruise.

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CBYA Mezclas Receive Award at Nau Nau Social

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Three members of the CBYA Mezclas 2018 Mirador Challenge team received awards on Monday 16th April during the CBYA social event at the Nau Nau Restaurant at the Club Náutico de Jávea to recognise their excellent achievement in securing a SECOND place finish in the Leisure Section. They only missed first place by ONE point!

Gary Mudge, Richard Rihan & Gary Regan (Team Leader) receiving awards from Chairman, Hugh Epsom. The other two team members, Reinette Crow and Paul Maudsley, were unable to attend.

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