Once again, we were treated to a wonderful dinner prepared by Guest Chef, Mac Fahie. Mac’s Summer menu included Carolina Ribs, Beer Can Chicken, Broccoli Slaw, Lexington Coleslaw, Corn on the Cob and Smoked Potatoes, and it was GOOD!
Here’s Chef Mac checking in with member Hooman Jazaie to see if the food met expectations – it certainly did!
Just look at this feast!
Guests enjoying their meal
There was also had a surprise birthday celebration for member Luther Izmirian, who’s wife, Beth, surprised him with a cake.
Here’s Yvette Yong, Vice Commodore offering her birthday wishes.
All in all, it was a very successful night and everyone had a great time!
by Mark Malcolm, Port Captain
Your future crew and the next America’s Cup skippers are in the making at
CPYC’s Youth Sailing Program!
It is mid-season and CPYC’s Youth Sailing program is in full swing.
This summer has provided an abundance of excellent weather
for the participants. In our program, junior sailors learn the basics of sailing, racing, and boating safety from our certified sailing instructors.
We offer seven week-long sessions each summer. Participant’s ages range from 8-13. In its training fleet Coyote Point YC has 10 Optimists prams, two Lasers, and two Puffers for the young sailors. (Of course, adventurous adult club members have access to the fleet, when the junior sailors aren’t using them.)
The Youth Sailing camp starts at 9:00 and runs until 4:00 each weekday during the summer months. The final week of this year’s program will be the week of August 7-11. Club members can take advantage of the program at a discount rate. If you know a young person who might be interested in learning to sail and having a sailing adventure this summer, contact CPYC via our website,
Program instructors are: Keven Kirberg, Meris Walsh, and Cyarah Vince.
Here are some great pictures of our Youth Sailing Camp taken on June 30, 2017:
Yvette cooked another wonderful dinner for us! Several different varieties of pasta:
“In honor of the longest day of summer”, our bartender Linda Bullis, hosted a “Summer Solstice” party.
A great time was had by all who attended the party. The food was terrific – BBQing thanks to Buzz – and the music was incredible.
Here’s a picture of Buzz, Linda and Gil McCoy
The band, “Sweet Talk” is described as a “compilation” band and plays music from a variety of different genres. The real hit was their lead singer, Gayle Sutherland, who had the most amazing voice – everyone was just spellbound!
Thanks, Linda, for putting on such a fun party that was enjoyed by CPYC members, the California Cruising Clippers and Linda’s many friends.
Mark Bettis and Cathy Miskow Linda Bullis
The California Cruising Clippers cruised in this weekend and joined us.
Here’s a picture of their boats at our Guest Dock, taken by Port Captain, Mark Malcolm:
Thanks to Alex Houlton’s great camera skills, here are some terrific pictures from Wednesday’s Rabbit races:
Vita e Bella
Five boats partcipated in the Regatta on Saturday:
Congratulations to Luther Izmirian on Paradigm for his 1st place finish with an elapsed time of 2:45 hrs!
Smooth, with Tom Fedyna at the helm, came in next at 3:02 hrs
Vita e Bella and Sweet Grapes were virtually tied for 3rd place at 3:07 hrs, with only 5 seconds separating them!
Congratulations to all skippers and crew!
Our Port Captain, Mark Malcolm reports that while CPYC was cruising out to Half Moon Bay for Memorial Day weekend, there was still a great deal of activity around the club. Two groups, Oakland YC and Alameda YC came in, bringing 18 boats between them for a four day / three night visit. Sailing conditions on the way to Coyote Point were reported as excellent on Friday and Saturday.
Between the number of deep draft boats coming in and the extreme minus tides that weekend, (-1.8, -1.6,-1.4) we had to place some of the cruise in boats around the marina, rather than on the guest dock. Thanks to all the folks who went to Half Moon Bay and graciously let us put visiting boats in their slips.
On Friday a small shark swimming around the marina provided our visitors with some amusement, at no expense to the club.
All those visitors made for busy evenings at the bar, allowing Linda in get her full cardio workout in while serving a full house. Oakland joined us for the Backyard BBQ and Lobster boil on Saturday night. Our two pound lobster dinner for just $34 was a bit hit and is a steal at that price.