2016 Schedule is posted! We’re sailing again!

LBSA 2016 CALENDAR
APRIL 23: Series 1&2
MAY 7: Series 3&4,
MAY 21: Series 5&6
JUNE 4: Series 7&8, Sailors Memorial Race and raft up
JUNE 18-19: North & South GOVERNOR’S CUP
JULY 2-4: Cruising Rally #1 and Beach Party 4th of July this Monday
JULY 16: Series 9&10
JULY 30: Series 11&12
AUGUST 13: Cruising Rally # 2 & Beach party
AUGUST 20: Series 13&14
SEPTEMBER 3: Series 15&16 Labor day weekend
SEPTEMBER 17: Series 17&18
SEPTEMBER 24: Cruising Rally #3 and Beach Party
OCTOBER 1: Series 19&20
OCTOBER 15: Series 21&22
OCTOBER 28-30: STEDE BONNET regatta. www.provisioncompany.com  Let’s make this a Club event. Lots of fun. Who doesn’t like to dress up like a pirate? Sail or motor up Friday, Race and Party Saturday and motor or sail back Sunday.
NOVEMBER 12: Last Race of the year, Series 23&24
NOVEMBER 19: get together & Officers elections
NOVEMBER 24-27: Thanksgiving Weekend. Anyone for a sail?
DECEMBER 3: Christmas party

2014 Schedule is posted! We’re sailing again!

The LBSA has an exciting lineup for this year, including expanding cruising events and a full racing schedule. You’ll find all the information on the site. Just click Schedule. Also please click on Membership and get your 2014 Membership form filled out.  Please send with your 2014 dues.

See you on the water!

2013 Club Schedule Posted

The LBSA has an exciting lineup for this year, including expanding cruising events and a full racing schedule. You’ll find all the information on the site. Just click Schedule.  Also please click on Membership/Membership Application. Download and fill out the MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION/RENEWAL form. Please send in the form along with your dues.

See you on the water!

Teesou, Kathy Lynn Conquer in Windy Conditions

With winds blowing 17-20kts and many crewmembers dressed in foul weather gear, Teesou and Kathy Lynn ran away with top honors. Full results and pictures are on the Racing and Galleries tabs above.

Standings for the Spring series show Teesou leading in the racing class, while Southern Cross holds the Number 1 spot for the cruising class.

Confusion Reigns on Race Course, Brings Unusual Results

There was a little drama on the race course for race 1.
Course D was a triangle and a sausage. With an excellent choice of the left side, with the tide running out, Southern Cross rounded the first mark well ahead of the racing fleet. Webejammin followed shortly and, in what would have been the reaching leg, passed Southern Cross to lead the whole fleet in the wrong direction toward the seabuoy instead of properly moored reaching mark. Runaway was the only boat that  saw the mark. A brief communication and the fleet went back to round the buoy. Runaway finished first ahead of the racing while Webejammin, not paying attention to the chaos, did the sausage and was DNF for not rounding the proper mark. A lot of unhappy sailors….
First time ever  in the history of the club that the cruising fleet finished ahead of the racing class. Full results are on the “Racing” tab. Photos are on the “Photo Galleries” tab.
-Patrick Le Goff