RCMSC fun sail cancelations

Our officers have decided to cancel
remaining Frostbite events:
Mar 29 fun sail and Apr 5 fun sail
This is a good time to check your boat
for wear and tear to be ready for
the summer season. In the meantime,

Frostbite sailing schedule HAS CHANGED

Greetings RCMSC members,

The Frostbite sailing schedule HAS CHANGED:
Frostbite Series #4 moved up to March 15 (this Sunday)!!
Frostbite fun sail added on March 29
Frostbite makeup or fun remains on April 5
All are sailed at Tualatin.
Series #4 skippers meet at 1:00, fun sails begin any time.
Perfect frostbite weather for Sunday: sunny, chilly, windy!
OFFICIAL NOTICE: Our annual meeting will be held on April 19,
the time and location will be announced later.

Let’s go sailing!

Frostbite #3 report

Greetings RCMSC members,

Here are results of a beautiful day on the water. The turnout was very good for frostbite sailing. The wind was light, stop and go at times. We tried starting the DF and T-37 fleets separately a few minutes apart with mixed results. Recording scores was still an issue at times. Gary managed to dodge the holes and keep his boat pointed the right way for consistent finishes at the top of the fleet.

Frostbite #4 is scheduled on March 22 with a final fun sail on April 5.


Frostbite #2 report

We had 13 sailors show for the second frostbite today and we had good wind and very decent weather with no rain.So to start with I am apologizing in advance for the accuracy or inaccuracy of the results as some of the recording was subject to speculation. In the future anytime we exceed 3 boats in each class we will revert to the established practice of separate class heats. That said I believe that what I have figured is correct subject to Stans more experienced handling of the scores.T37’s Gary First  Peter 2nd  Curt 3rd and Allan 4th. Sadly Art is still struggling with his rig and ended with a broken mast and Mike didn’t get past the warm up as his transmitter is messing up. Hopefully the transmitter he bought from Rick will fix his issues.
In the Dragon’s with way more boats in the water, Rick bested Tom boyd with a tie breaking win in the last race. So Rick 1st, Tom 2ndDave 3rd,  Dick 4th, Brad Knight 5th, Rod Cooper finishing the field with sixth.  Curts friend Terry didn’t sail nor did Rodger. Hopefully Brad can figure out how his boat got so much water in it and get that under control.  Thanks all for coming.  Gary

Time to renew your membership

Greetings RCMSC members,
The time has come to renew your membership.
Family $25.00
Adult $20.00
Junior $7.50

Mail your check to:
Stanley McKay
12307 NE 13th Ave
Vancouver, WA 98685

Please let me know if you have changed your address, email, phone number, or boats and sail numbers.
Also, note your AMYA number, if you are a member.

Fair winds,
Stan McKay
RCMSC Secretary/Treasurer