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  • Club Races: May 28

Race Weekend

Next Club Race June 27

Last race weekend we had a field of 9 boats and for June races we are looking for 12! join us for a great day on the water and invitre a potental member to come. After the race we will share appetizers and then have a joint pot luck dinner with the members of the campground. This is bring your own and share with a new friend format. Hope to see you there.

David

Club Race: Saturday, May 23

Our next club race is scheduled for SATURDAY, May 23 at 2pm.

After the race everyone is invited to join for dinner on the grill. You can bring your own meat or for 10.00/person aged choice Rib-eye steaks will be cut on site and be served with bake potato and salad. To reserve your steak you must email or call David McLamb (e-mail & phone listed on left side of page) no later than Thursday 21st.

It is our tradition to bring an appetizer to share and whatever beverage you wish. Join us for the fun and a few lies from sailors as to how well they sailed that day! This is a great opportunity to invite a potential members to visit.

May Luffin' News is now online!

Read it here: Luffin News May 2015

This and previous versions can also be found in the Documents section of the site.

Isotope Nationals & End of Month Racing

Our End of the Month Race is this coming weekend, August 23rd.

Also the Isotope National are being held at our club house, come out and enjoy the racing!

We are expecting 20 plus boats!!! It will be a fun event!

In an effort to clean up our front lot we are asking that all trailers be tagged with your name. Some method of weather-able tagging or painting your name needs to be added to your trailer so the club can contact you if there is an issue.

If you do have a boat or trailer on any of the lots, please email David McLamb or myself on the make and model by the end of the month, we are trying to understand who owns what.

If you have not put your boat in the water this year, we are asking that you remove the boat to the back lot to make room for those people that are actively sailing their boats. The yard can get very busy and congested especially during the race week ends. We would like to make it easy for the members that are sailing to be able to get their boats on and off the water without risk of damage to theirs or the other boats.

If you own a canoe, wind board, or sunfish that is being stored on the wooden racks , these also must be tagged. In addition, we are no longer allowing canoes to be stored within the equipment storage shed. This is only for sails and small masts and misc. equipment.

THE IDIAN SUMMER REGATTA is just around the corner. We are looking for volunteers to help, We have a number of positions where we need a hand. If you have a motor boat that can be used as a safety boat or a mark boat, we could use your help. If you are new to the club, this is a good way to meet the other members and become an active member. If you do not know much about racing it is not a problem, there will be somebody with you that knows what they are doing.

Please email me if you can help out, This event is always a good time and the weather is usually perfect this time of the year.

See everyone this coming weekend!!!

Jim Wimbish
Vice Commodore

Waccamaw Sailing Club


Waccamaw Sailing Club Facilities 
Founded in 1970, the Waccamaw Sailing Club is the hub of the lake's sailing activities. Facilities include:

  • Two ramps for launching shallow draft boats, camping facilities, cruiser moorings, a pier, a sandy beach and swim area, a kitchen, shower rooms, decks, and a large pavilion.
  • Club races are held on the 4th Saturday of each month.
  • Facilities are available to host regattas with camping available for regatta sailors. Past classes hosted here include: Tanzer 16, Lightning, Isotope, and San Juan 21.
  • Waccamaw Sailing Club is a member club of the US Sailing Association & SAYRA.