Newsletter No. 5
Opening day was here, and Toper our second oldest Snipe was on display to represent the fleet. If you didn’t have the chance to stop by, check out the photos on our new Facebook page.
Our new web-page is now online and you can find it on at the link below, or on the fleet link posted on the SCCYC web page, as well as on the SCIRA USA page for District 6.
The class flags are here, ready for the first racing season of our fleet. This is what you will watching for on the committee boat.
On a more official business note, SCIRA dues are due and can now be paid on-line through the SCIRA USA web-page, make sure you check District 6 and Fleet 24 Santa Monica Bay. It is important to contribute so we have access to SCIRA’s vital infrastructure and network. We will only maintain active fleet status if we have registered members and keep growing our fleet membership.
SCIRA’s US Snipe sailor magazine has published our story in the latest issue. You can download the full pdf version at the ink below.
See you on the water!
Your Snipe Fleet #24 Fleet Captain
The first Sundown is approaching on Friday may 17th.
Check with Del Rey yacht Club for NOR
Crews, skippers and boats welcome. Please send me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.
One of our fleet boats is for sale. We hope to find a good home for it and hopefully an owner with interest in participating in the fleet 24.
REDD FOXX, 12415: according to the documentation was built in 1968 by Varalyay in Gardena. REDD FOXX is a wooden Snipe with wooden mast.
This is a very late wooden Varalyay, crafted after production of fiberglass Snipes had already started.
REDD FOXX had been completely restored in 2000 and has spent most of its time in the garage since.
REDD FOXX is a measured boat and was raced in fleet #2, Cabrillo Beach Yacht Club.
Please contact Larry Hoskinson @ 310 702 8716 for more details.
See our website for more pictures