The Next Event is the Long Harbour Classic – Aug 27-28
Two days of regatta sailing, lots of stories, maybe a few beers, and the famous Commodore’s Dinner. Sounds like a perfect recipe for a weekend.
July 16 – Judy Day Wins Moby’s Marathon
12 boats turned out for the 5th running of the Moby’s Marathon. There were many follies at the start followed by the run to Moby’s and the race for conspicuous consumption of Guinness. Judy came 4th in the dash to pub and won the race back with a full bladder to claim Mother’s Flower Bowl for 2016.
July 4 – Steve Tupper Passes Away
SPOG notes the passing of legend Steve Tupper – Olympian, Coach, Mentor, Leader, Expert in All Things Sailing. Steve was the force behind the development of many B.C. sailors over the past 40 years. While he was never sailed a SPOG event, he personally touched the lives of many SPOGgers and appreciated the enthusiasm of SPOG.
Moby’s Marathon goes on July 16.
Come for the sailing, the sun, the tour to Ganges, or the Guinness – it does not matter as it is all a fun day on the water. Sailing Instructions are Here
June 11, 2016 Brian Woodward Beats the Field at the Opener
In a day of fluky westerly winds, Brian managed to stay on more ladders and avoid more snakes than everybody else. Brian won the first race (with double points) and held on for 3rd in the second race in a dying breeze to win the Ballantyne on the Rocks trophy. Greg Slakov came in second and Steve Kinsey tied for third with Alan Sturgess. CLICK HERE FOR RESULTS