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There is an old sailor at White Rock Lake called Red Dog who likes to dazzle landlubbers with his tales

Read the Dallas Morning New story here

 

 

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Whale of a Sail Regatta Flying Scot Results

Skipper Rick Wojnar and dad, Chris, from Champaign, IL and Clinton Lake Fleet 135 won first place in the Flying Scot division of the multi-boat Whale of a Sail regatta at Carlyle (IL) Lake September 14 and 15, 2019. Rick and Chris bested 17 registered other Scots by placing 1st in 3 of 4 races in light winds in the 2-day event.  Second place went to Bill Vogler and Peg Woodworth while 3rd was garnered by Fleet 83 Captain Andrew Tasker and crew Franka Reuter.  See full resultS here.

 One of the highlights of the regatta was participation by members of a more recently formed Scot fleet from Capital Cities Sailing Association in Jefferson City, MO.  This was their first venture to an out of town Scot regatta since fleet formation.  Next up is the Glow in the Dark regatta on 9/28-29 hosted by the Clinton Lake Sailing Association.0.  

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The wind gods were not cooperative today so we did not sail on Day 2 of the 2019 Wife Husbands at Corinthian Sailing Club in Dallas. Fleet 23 were wonderful hosts for the event and everyone had a wonderful time!.  WIth the 3 races sailed yesterday, the trophies will be awarded.  Championship winners are: Kelly and Heidi Gough, Bill and Jennifer Draheim, Ryan Malmgren and Stacey Rieu, Tom and Melissa Miller, and Jeff and Amy Smith Linton. Challenger winners are Robert and Margaret Muller and Forest and Mandy Atkins. Non-spinnaker winners are Joseph and Elizabeth DeCosta, Peter Petrik and Adrienne Palmer, and Laurie Berger and Brian Levine. Full results are here.

Photos by Diane Kampf are here.

Photos by Sherrie Galalway are here.

Kiss cam photos are here.

Photos by Steve Benenson are here.

We all hope you can make it next year for this event. Thanks again to Fleet 23 and Corinthian Sailing Club!!!

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It was a beautiful day on White Rock Lake, in the 90's, sunny with just not enough wind in te morning. The Race Committee n shore while we waited for the breeze to fill in - and it did. We headed out about 12:30 and races started shortly after we got out. We got in 3 great 4-leg Windward-Leeward races in 6-10 MPH easterly winds, and there was very little consistency in the results. People who finished badly in race 1 did great in race 2 and vice-versa. We had lots of fun on the water, and now we get treated to a great dinner by Corinthian Sailing Club and Fleet 23.  What could be better? Pictures will be uploaded as soon as we can. Results will be here.

 

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Corinthian Sailing Club 1997 Married Couples CHampionship t-shirt!
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Borrowing a boat has never been easier! Boats are lined up ready to go!

We have 37 Wife Husband teams from 10 states at the Corinthian Sailing Club in Dallas, TX, where Fleet 23 is hosting the 2019 Wife Husband Championship.There are 3 divisions with 22 boats in Championship, 5 boats in Challenger and 10 in the Non-spinnaker division. The competition will be friendly but there are some really good sailors in this bunch so it won't be easy! See who's registered here.  We hope you are lucky enough to be here, but if not, watch here for news from Dallas!

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Are you coming to the Wife Husband Championship at the Corintihan Sailing Club in Dallas?

What? You're not married? Well hurry up and get hitched so you can register! There are almost 40 teams already signed up so you can help make it 40! There are 3 Divisions - Championship, Chalgelenr and No Spinnaker so there is place for everyone at any level.

Fleet 23 has been working hard to get ready for us to come visit and wie'll be there soon! So if you're not signed up yet, you can get more information here