May 2013 Volume 33, Issue 2
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An I-LYA Member Club
US Sailing Association Golden Anchor Club
In this Issue:
NOODS ReCap Charleston Race Week
Commodore’s Corner The 2013 ACSA season is officially in full motion, high fidelity, 3-D, HD, with Smell-O and Taste-O vision! It is now May and the docks are filling and the weather is warming. In fact, we just had one of the best Icebreaker regattas that I can remember. With two fleets and perfect weather – 70’s and sunny, we enjoyed a perfect Saturday of fun in the sun on the water. With the warmer weather, comes the invitation to prepare the ACSA facility for the season. In March, a group of volunteers (thank you all who helped!) opened the bath-house and made the facility ready for the basic functions. On May 11th, we will be having the Spring Work Day at the facility, where we complete the final opening of the ACSA facility, from cleaning out the storage container, to cleaning out the shelter. We will be moving the boats to their correct placements and moving the grill and other items to their correct location from the men’s restroom. I know there will be flowers to be planted and mulch to be spread. Come one, come all to help ready the facility to welcome the 2013 season! We have a lot of fun activities planned for this season. The month of May brings us Adult Learn-toSail lessons on Thursdays and Sundays, Red Cup Racing on Wednesdays and, on May 18-19 we will be holding our annual May Cup Regatta.
In June, we have events planned for everyone. June 22 will be the first day of the two-part Women’s Regatta. This is a great annual affair for the women of ACSA, bringing members together for some fun, food and competition. This event is usually punctuated with a great on-thewater raft-up with the committee boat for lunch, followed by more afternoon racing. On the next day, we will be holding our singlehanded regatta, which was held on the 14’ Hunters last year, with great wind and excitement. I look forward to whatever is in store for that day. Look for more about all the racing opportunities in the Vice Commodores article. On June 13, we will host a special event organized by the Columbus Sail and Power Squadron for all central Ohio area clubs, including ACSA, CSPS, Leatherlips, Hoover and Buckeye Lake to bring people together for some food and fun. A presentation of “The America’s Cup: A Brief History and San Francisco 2013” will be presented. Dinner will be $10 per person. This will be a great opportunity for us to mingle with other clubs to learn about their programs and build stronger ties. Our Learn to Sail program is continuing to grow. This month, along with teaching classes, our instructors are attending a class at the Columbus Sail and Power Squadron for instructor certification. This is an effort to improve the quality of lessons by ensuring a common approach to instruction and communication. As our program continues to grow, so must the pool of instructors. It is good to see so many new names and faces in the program. Finally, I want to thank ALL of the volunteers who give so much time and energy to this club. You are the heart and soul of ACSA. I look forward to seeing everyone at the docks and on the water. Thank you for supporting our mission of promoting the sport of sailing. Making Waves
ACSA Trustees Senior Trustee John Mason Junior Trustee Neal Heiser Freshman Trustee Allison Foreman firstname.lastname@example.org
ACSA Executive Committee Commodore Brent O’Keeffe email@example.com 419-253-5119 Vice Commodore (racing) Sharla O’Keefe firstname.lastname@example.org 419-768-1231 Rear Commodore (facilities) Jim Foreman email@example.com 614-404-1771 Secretary Ed Baldwin firstname.lastname@example.org 614-719-9585 Treasurer Rick Caw email@example.com 614-325-1664 Past Commodore Jim Klein firstname.lastname@example.org 740-815-5196 Monohull Fleet Captain Tom Wherung email@example.com 614-844-6638 Multihull Fleet Captain Joe McHenry firstname.lastname@example.org 614-760-9000
ACSA Committee Chairpersons Program Chair Ron Fantozzi email@example.com Social Chair Brianna Foreman firstname.lastname@example.org 614-425-4005 Membership Phil Verret email@example.com 614-557-1781 Volunteer Coordinator OPEN Marketing Chair OPEN firstname.lastname@example.org PHRF Chair John Beck PHRFhandicap@alumcreeksailing.com 440-554-8480 I-LYA Representative Bob Sheppard 740-852-2802 Historian OPEN email@example.com Newsletter Editor Carin Martin firstname.lastname@example.org 614-204-0649 Arbitration Joe Hosch 251-402-3715 Risk Management Joe Hosch 251-402-3715 Adult Learn-to-Sail Program Chair Mike Gray email@example.com 614-989-4286 Youth Learn-to-Sail Program Chair Nahum Burt firstname.lastname@example.org 414-332-8935 Webmaster Brian Ross email@example.com 614-839-3686
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7 pm General Meeting @ Gordys
19 May Cup Regatta
May Cup Regatta
27 Memorial Day
2013 Club Calendar MARCH 1 - Dock Fees Due 4 - General Meeting 6 - Racing Tactics (part 2) 16 - Dock Pick Day 8 - Executive Meeting 30 - Facility Work Day APRIL 1 - General Meeting 5-6 - I-LYA Spring Meeting 6 - Splash Day!!! 10 - Race Committee Training 13 - Race Committee Training 17 - Spring Red Cup Series 24 - Spring Red Cup Series 29 - Executive Meeting 27 - Icebreaker Regatta MAY 1 - Spring Red Cup Series 4 - Meteor Shower 6 - General Meeting 8 - Spring Red Cup Series 15 - Spring Red Cup Series 18-19 - May Cup
20 - Executive Meeting 22 - Spring Red Cup Series 29 - Spring Red Cup Series JUNE 3 - General Meeting 5 - Spring Red Cup Series 7 - Youth LTS 12 - Spring Red Cup Series 14 - Youth LTS 19 - Summer Red Cup Series 21 - Youth LTS 22 - Women’s Regatta 23 - Single Hand 24 - Executive Meeting 26 - Summer Red Cup Series JULY 1 - General Meeting 3 - Summer Red Cup Series 4 - Dock Walk Party 10 - Summer Red Cup Series 12 - Youth LTS 17 - Summer Red Cup Series 19 - Youth LTS 20 - Mardi Gras Party Making Waves
24 - Summer Red Cup Series 26 - Youth LTS 29 - Executive Meeting 31 - Summer Red Cup Series AUGUST 1-4 I-LYA Bay Week 7 - Summer Red Cup Series 10 - Dock Walk Meteor Party 12 - General Meeting 14 - Summer Red Cup Series 21 - Fall Red Cup Series 28 - Fall Red Cup Series 23-25 - Rafting Trip 26 - Executive Meeting 30-Sept 2 - Battle of Lake Erie Tall Ships SEPTEMBER 4 - Fall Red Cup Series 9 - General Meeting 11 - Fall Red Cup Series 14 - Women’s Regatta 15 - XX/XY Regatta 18 - Fall Red Cup Series 23 - Special Ladies Night
25 - Fall Red Cup Series 30 - Executive Meeting OCTOBER 2 - Fall Red Cup Series 7 - General Meeting 9 - Fall Red Cup Series 16 - Fall Red Cup Series 19-20 - Old Fox Regatta 26 - Haul Out Day 28 - Executive Meeting NOVEMBER 4 - General Meeting 10 - Marine Corps B-Day/ Veterans Day Celebration 16 - Facility Work Day 25 - Executive Meeting DECEMBER 7 - Christmas Party
Rear Commodores Wrap-Up Jim Foreman, Vice Commodore
Things are shaping up nicely at the Marina. Thanks to all the volunteers who helped open the bathrooms, placed the channel markers, prepared the security gate, and all the other things that need to be done to open your Marina. Currently, I would estimate the Marina is about a third occupied, but with better weather coming I expect it to fill up quickly. Saturday, May 11 at 9:00 AM will be the spring workday. I wanted people to have the opportunity to get their boats in the water and for the weather to warm up before we started the final touches on preparing our Marina. In the bathrooms, we will need a thorough cleaning of floors, walls, light fixtures, etc. The pavilion needs to be cleaned out moving the boats from their winter storage to the cat beach, cleaning the gutters and picnic tables. We will need help cleaning the grounds of debris, trash, leaves etc. so please plan on bringing rakes and other yard tools. I plan on having coffee and doughnuts there in the morning and don’t expect this to take much more than a couple of hours. If you’ve never been to one of these, we have a lot of fun while completing the work. It’s the volunteers who make this place run. If we had to pay for it, dock fees would go up considerably. When everything is done, let’s go sail! There are some special things that need to be done this year including painting the bathroom floors and storage container. We will address these items later. Please email me with any suggestions or concerns you might have. I hope to see you there on the 11th.
Youth Learn to Sail
Hello ACSA! This year we will again be running two sessions of the YLTS program. Each session has three classes and will be held on 3 consecutive Friday evenings from 6:30 to 9:00PM. Session 1 dates are June 7, 14, and 21. The first session can be registered through the Westerville Park and Rec department’s website. The class information is on page 78. https://www. westerville.org/Modules/ShowDocument.aspx?documentID=5763 Session 2 dates are July 12, 19, 26. The second session can be registered through the Upper Arlington Park and Rec department’s website. The class information is on page 18. http://www.uaoh.net/ docs/book5/Spring%20Summer%20Activity%20Guide.html#/18/ zoomed Additionally, I am still looking for instructors for the kids and chaperons for the parents who want to go out on a boat and watch their kids learn to sail. Please let me know if you are interested in either role... don’t be shy, this is a fun program! Sincerely, Nahum Burt, 414-332-8935 firstname.lastname@example.org *Please see the LTS section of the ACSA website for the above links. Making Waves
Team Infrared – Best Around the Buoys
Brent O’Keeffe, Commodore Last month, three ACSA Sailors were given the opportunity of a lifetime. Sharla O’Keeffe, Brent O’Keeffe and Regan Cole were among the members of Team Infrared owned by Bryan Huntley, which hails out of Sandusky Sailing Club, in Sandusky, OH, who were selected as this year’s winners of the Best Around the Buoys contest by Sail Magazine. As winners of this contest, they were given the use of a new Beneteau First 35, yacht named Tutto Bene at the 2013 Charleston Race Week regatta. At the 2013 Charleston Race Week, Team Infrared joined nearly 300 other boats to compete at the three-day event, sailing in the offshore PHRF fleet. Team members arrived a day early for the event to meet with the contest representative and team member for the week from North Sails, Kimo Worthington. Kimo has a long resume of professional sailing experience, including more recently team manager for the Puma Volvo Ocean Racing team. The team was also showered with apparel from the various sponsors, including hats, gloves, shirts and other gear. To quote one team member, “I feel like a NACSAR driver!” The team spent a few hours on the water getting to know the boat and practicing various maneuvers. After all, this was a larger boat than what they are used to, a Kelly 28’ and some team members had never sailed together before. Everyone had to learn their positions and how to coordinate actions during the different maneuvers that would be required in the coming days of racing. The weather predictions were starting to look like it would be a rough couple days of racing, so they felt a bit of practice would be in order. continued on page 8
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After the Thursday afternoon sailing session, the team headed back to the dock to get ready for the first party of the regatta. After having much food, fun and beverages, the team retired for the night to get some much needed rest for the coming day of racing. Thursday morning brought with it moderate to heavy winds and partly cloudy skies. Getting to know a new boat, while racing can be a bit difficult, but add the element of aggressive racing building wind conditions and your blood will get pumping. The first race started out tough, having been called over the start line early, we had to fight our way back to the rest of the fleet. We were able to pass a few boats and finished in respectful position. The second race was better and Tutto Bene was able to stay in the middle of the pack. As the wind built, the third race of the day was developing into a game changer. With a great start and upwind tactics, Tutto Bene rounded the weather mark in 2nd place, but fate had another idea plan for Team Infrared, when another boat bore down and struck the boat on her starboard side, breaking a couple stanchions and scratching the rail. Luckily there were no injuries on either boat and both boats retired from the race. Back at the docks, both teams were able to fully repair both boats and be ready for day two. Insert the Friday night party. You will have to use your imagination here, because memories seem to be foggy on that night. All I remember is the drink of the night was the Dark and Stormy. Day Two developed just as the weather reports were predicting, with winds building to the 20’s and temperatures dropping to continued on page 11
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the 50’s, it was a cold and breezy day on the water. We were able to get three races in, with no incidents, save one bad gybe where I was launched overboard while gybing the spinnaker pole at the same time the boat broached. Apparently it is hard to stand on the deck when it is vertically and all you are holding on to is a spinnaker pole that is attached only to the spinnaker. I managed to hold on to the pole after hitting the water, only letting go when I was dragged underwater.
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When I let go, I fully expected to come up and see the boat sailing off into the sunset, but as luck would have it, the broach stopped the boat and I came up at the leeward rail, where two other crew helped haul me back on board. Once back on board and after catching my breath, it was back to the foredeck to finish the gybe and get back in the race. The entire maneuver only cost us one placing in the results, thanks to some great teamwork and quick thinking. After that race, the Race Committee called racing for the day, and it was back to the docks and another party. After enjoying some well-deserved beverages and selecting a designated driver, not necessarily in that order, we headed out to a team dinner and a fun night in Charleston. At some point, somehow we made it back to the hotel. Again, you might need to use your imagination, hough there was some photographic evidence of a fun time from that night. Day Three presented itself cold and breezy. We headed out the channel toward the race area and waited for the race committee to make the call. There was a lot of air and big swells on the Atlantic this morning. Finally, the race committee made the call for only the second time in the history of Charleston Race week, to cancel races for the day due to the heavy conditions. Nobody was complaining. The wind instruments recorded sustained winds of 40+ knots. We headed back to the docks and watched the only race of the day, which was the pursuit class which did one race, reaching out from the marina to the end of the channel and back. After getting back, it was time to clean the boat, fold the sails and pack everything up. After all, it was a new boat and a prospective buyer was coming to take a look. We cleaned our gear and supplied out of the boat and gave her a thorough scrub down. We stayed one more night in Charleston, enjoying some local seafood and one final fuzzy night at Red’s Bar, resting up for the long drive back to reality the next day. It was a great time and much fun was had by all. Making Waves
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