RS Aero Midwinters Adds Lasers and Sunfish to the Event

Sunfish and Laser sailors are invited to fun race at the RS Aero Midwinters at Kelly Park on Merritt Island on February 7-9. These classes will have a separate start and will pay no entry fees, but will sign a release, and will receive no awards other than bragging rights. You will be sailing with a substantial and competitive Aero fleet that will enjoy your company on the water. The Regatta NoR is on Regatta Network for further information. Please come join us!

Also, there are several new RS Aero charter boats available for those who may want to compete in the Aero Midwinters fleet. Marc Jacobi will conduct a clinic on February 6 to introduce the boat and share go fast tips. To charter contact Marc at There are currently 15 boats registered and a fleet topping twenty boats is expected. Come join us and find out why this boat was the winner of the Olympic dinghy trials!

IRYC 2020 Winter / Spring Sunday Series, Jan 12 Results


Sailed: 1, Discards: 0, To count: 1, Rating system: PHRF, Entries: 6, Scoring system: Appendix A
Rank Boat HelmName Race 1
Total Nett
1st War Paint Duncan McKenzie 1.0 1.0 1.0
2nd Sneaker Dave Andrews 2.0 2.0 2.0
3rd Moving Party Dale LeVey 3.0 3.0 3.0
4th Muy Picante Roberto Weinmann 4.0 4.0 4.0
5th Hunter 18 Greg Henry 5.0 5.0 5.0
6th Dove Scott Kiesling 7.0 DNF 7.0 7.0

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Support Local Youth Sailing by Drinking Beer

Space Coast Sailing Education Foundation (not to be confused with this web site) provides a framework for youth to learn teamwork, perseverance, self reliance, leadership, and critical thinking skills. Time on the water also promotes athleticism, and it cultivates respect for the outdoors and for our lagoon environment.  

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Starting 2020 Off with a Busy Weekend

Busy weekend of racing coming up to start off the new year.

First, MYC is holding its monthly Full Moon JAM (Jib And Main only) race on Friday night with a start time of 6pm.

Next up, the IRYC Dragon Point Co-Ed series has its first race of the year for J/24 Fleet 87 one design racers, and the PHRF fleet.  Don’t miss the chance to race “shoal free” for a change north of the Eau Gallie Causeway.

Finally, racing returns back to MYC on Sunday for their Rum Race series.  Starts begin at 2pm and continue until Hillbilly finally gets underway.

And if one race on Sunday wasn’t enough, for those of you in the Rockledge area, IRYC kicks off it’s Sunday Series at 1:30pm.

Skippers, do not forget to fill out your registration forms and pay your fees!

2020 IRYC Racing Registration Forms Available

IRYC has made available their registration forms for the local racing series.  You can find them on their respective series pages, or below if you are lazy.  Sailing Instructions remain unchanged from last year. 

Fill them out, pay your fees, don’t be that guy.

2020 IRYC Race Registration Form – Wednesday and Sunday Series

2020 IRYC Dragon Point Registration Form – J/24 and PHRF Fleets

2020 MYC Hangover Regatta Results

Overall Corrected Time Ordered Finish Time

Sail Number Boat Name Skipper PHRF Starting Division Yacht Club Overall Corrected Time
151 Slot Machine Kowalski 165 SR Max &nbsp 00:56:50
66 Hillbilly Stowers 102 PHRF MYC 00:57:18
3477 Half Ass Noble 171 J24 MYC 00:57:52
007 I-Max Ingram 165 SR Max MYC 00:59:14
8 Epic Nesbit 216 PHRF MYC 01:03:50
1451 Not Quite Right Dunphy 171 J24 Melbourne 01:09:39
3804 Linda Silverman 171 J24 MYC 01:09:48
66 Chaser Daniel 165 SR Max MYC 01:15:05
22755 Sleighride Ross 161 PHRF MYC 01:17:51
26 Alivio Villa 191 PHRF MYC Disqualified
37 Antares Wiese 210 PHRF MYC Disqualified

NOTE: if Disqualified appears in the Overall Corrected Time column, then the boat’s overall corrected time could not be calculated because the boat was disqualified from at least one of the races included in the calculation of Overall Corrected Time. Continue reading 2020 MYC Hangover Regatta Results