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MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
Camp, Learn to Sail June 10th-BYSC
Board June 11th Steak
Night June 12th Fishing
Club June 19-LCR
Meetings 6pm June 20-6pm LCR June 21-1pm LCR 6PM– Lowcountry
Party June 22-LCR June 26 BFT Water
Fest June 27 Final Friday
Ahhh Summer – too
much going on at BYSC
to list here, so I won’t try.
As I said last month, with
so many varied activities
comes countless different
ways to get yourself
involved as a participant and/or as a supporting
volunteer, and I hope each of you will.
My thoughts this month turn to
SUNSCREEN !!! As I am personally dealing
with having yet another carcinoma removed (this
one a squamous cell), I strongly encourage the
liberal and frequent use of sunscreen when
outside – particularly when on our in the water.
It is your club – come enjoy it - Chuck
It’s Summertime! School is out and the place is
jumping. Camp kicks off next week and there will
be a lot if little Critters on the property. Please be
mindful when backing up trailers and driving
around the property. As parking will be tight on
some weekends, please don’t hesitate to ask one of
the staff the best place to park your trailer. The
Low Country Regatta is coming up fast, mark
your calendar for the weekend of June 20th.
Please contact the office to find out volunteer op-
Don’t forget to stop by to get your photo taken for
your membership ID card. We will also accept your photos for consideration if we are able to resize to fit. Stop by the office—Renee is here with her camera Monday—Thursday from 10 Am—3 PM.
Junior Sailing Learn to Sail Camp is
underway! LTS instruc-
tors are working hard to
teach beginner, interme-
diate and advanced stu-
dents. You’ll see them
out there most days enjoying the wind and the sun
with a great group of youngsters.
Two of our Learn to Sail Instructors were the only
applicants from our area accepted to the Brooke Gon-
zalez Clinic this summer. Drummond Koppernaes was
selected in the laser radial division. Patrick Mazzeo
(skipper) & Travis Tucker (crew, LNYC) were accept-
ed in the Club 420 class. Participants to the clinic are
evaluated based on resume from a highly competitive
field. This year they turned away over half of the ap-
The clinic is usually taught by Olympic and College
coaches. Patrick & Drummond hope to bring back
some of the tips they learn at the clinic to the sailors
they will be working with this summer in Beaufort.
Junior Sailing of Beaufort's Learn to Sail
begin June 2.
New this year
will be a
July 7-8. At
the end of the week, we will have coaches
available to coach Learn to Race sailors
in the Water Festival Regatta.
Please sign up online at:
The Lowcountry Regatta on June
21-22 is fast approaching. This is
our biggest sailing event of the
year and should be a great time
again. Walt Gnann is Regatta
Chairman. If you haven’t
registered on line yet please do. A
larger number of boats shown on
the pre-registration list shows
potential visitors that there will be a good turnout and influence
them to also sign up. Pre-register on the club website at
We have approximately 45 volunteers on the water ready to meet
the sailors and put on a great series. There will be three race
courses-the North course, headed up by John Barber, with JY15’s,
Lasers, Sunfish and 420’s; the South course, chaired by Wayne
Bretsch, with the MC Scows, Sea Island One Designs, Lightnings
and Snipes; and the Optimist course, headed up by Commodore
Chuck Rushing, with multiple classes of the Opti kids.
Non-sailors and non-members are welcome to attend the
Lowcountry Boil dinner on Saturday night-just make reservations
and pay on-line or at registration and pay. If you are on race com-
mittee working on Saturday your dinner is at no charge but you
would need to make a reservation for your spouse.
Frank P., RC Chairman
I hope ya’ll have been enjoying the new Saline Chlorinated Swimming Pool. It has saved the club some money on chemicals as well as being a little easier on the eyes and skin. I’m glad we where able to make things that much nicer. I have seen a lot of people out there since school let out and we are so glad to see that. If you want to book a pool party please call the office at least a week in advance.
The Pool is now open for regular hours 9am-7pm Mon- Saturday and 12 pm-7pm Sundays. Join the ladies for water aerobics—call the office for information!
SOLD OUT!! June 11th –Steak Night Locally Sourced filet mignon steaks served grilled
to your perfection over a charcoal flame! Hand tossed salad with all the fixin’s. Piping hot baked potato with real butter, sour
cream and chives. Crusty rolls. Dessert Wed , June 11th Cooking from 6:00-7:30pm / $18.00 PP Limited number of tickets available RSVP’s a MUST! Sign up online at byscnet.com
BYSC STEAK NIGHT
Boats For Sale:
1. MC Scow 2047.
-Melges manufactured this boat in 2000.
-Race ready with all gear.
-Two suits of sails-one fair and one good.
-Bottom cover and mooring cover.
-Lifting sling, paddle, bucket.
-Available for the Lowcountry Regatta, Water Festival Regatta and the Fall
-Call me for a ride.
$6,500. Seitec dolly also available.
-Reason for sale: -I am the original owner and this boat has a good race history
but I took the opportunity to purchase a newer boat from Sam Levin.
-Come join the MC fleet. We currently have 12 MC's in the fleet.
-Free instruction and tips-we share information readily.
Call Frank Pontious, H-843-522-3320, C-843-252-4900
2. Grady White Adventure 208
-Older hull but in great shape.
-2010 Suzuki 225 hp, like new with less than 200 hrs
-Garmin Model 2010 chartplotter (large size).
-(2) heavy duty fishing poles with reels.
-(2) anchors with rodes.
-New interior cushions a couple of years ago.
-Bimini with full curtains.
-Second bimini covers aft half of the boat.
-Full mooring cover.
-See at BYSC behind the tennis courts.
-Available for a trial run.
Frank Pontious, H-843-522-3320, C-843-252-4900
Reason for sale: to buy another sailboat.
1994 13’ Boston Whaler; low hour Yamaha 25 ; trailer $5125.00 Contact Bill Pendergraft 252-
Spinnaker sleeve/snuffer for ~ 45' hoist, $200. Scuba Gear-BC (sz small) / Regulators/
Instruments/Computer, $300. Mainsail and genoa for 32’ boat—make offer. 476-7208. 1990 Boston Whaler Montauk 17’ ; 90 hp Yamaha, $8500 843-379-2096 Wayne Heath 17' Bay River Skiff, Graham Byrnes design. Boat is 2 1/2 years old, in great condition. Built with
Okoume plywood, epoxy and fiberglass. Boat is very fast sailor. Cypress spoon blade oars. Trailer. She can sail in less than 6 inches with board and rudder up. $3,500 Sam 843-240-9287
1990’s 20’ Grady White, Yamaha 200, trailer $6000 Paul 524-3177 Touring Kayak, 16 foot, two water-tight compartments, paddle, $495. 838-5359 **please contact the office for any updates or changes on these boats for sale**
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