Monday, September 04, 2017

2017 Fireweed Regatta

2017 Governor's Cup Results

The 2017 Governor's Cup results are here...

Ten small boats participated over the two day regatta.

Racing was very competitive with small spreads in corrected times and several changes in the top three slots over the course of the regatta.  We even had an exact corrected time tie in one race.

Congratulations to winners Dave Johnson and Elayne Hunter!  Good luck at the North American!

Special thanks to Addy Wright for another excellent RC job under chilly conditions and Vice Commodore Bruce Lee for keeping us all organized.

Monday, July 03, 2017

2017 Firecracker Regatta

For the first time we've separated the mighty Buccaneer Fleet from the rest of the pack.

The linked score sheet here shows separate fleets for Buccaneer, Open and Big Boats.

Saturday racing was sporty, but Sunday brought continuous rain and zero wind.

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Family Fun Day coming July 2, 2017



Family Fun Day

  • *Runs
  • *Sack Races
  • *Big Lake Mountain Marathon
  • *Straw dig - $5.00 per kid (extra change welcome)
  • *Whip Cream Contest
  • *Water Relay
  • *Toy Boat Derby - *Derby rules: boats can be 12" long, no restriction on sail sizes, width, keels, number of hulls. There are 12 boats available for the kids to adapt (but they need to figure out sail material). Adults need to build their own. Can prebuild before you come to the club. No RC Boats. 

FYI, we are doing the Boat Derby at Oliver's request, so please join in the fun. He felt left out that we only did this when he was little. 😀

If boats are ready on Saturday, we might do some heats before Bruce gets things started. 





Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Wednesday, April 06, 2016

2016 Spring Auction

Be there.  Bring your wallet!

Saturday, September 19, 2015

Friday, May 29, 2015

Work Party Saturday May 30th !

Good morning Sailors

The look of the Sailing club has changed a bit from your last visit.
We will not be able to completely open the club until the landscaping is finished. But we have a large list of activities that need to be done on Saturday.
Rough list is—not in order
  • Build ramps/platform for hoist
  • Backfill in hoist area
  • Put out docks/ reinstall stiff arms and hardware
  • Dock repair (separate list)
  • Finish chain hoist install
  • Prepare site for Coir Logs
  • Reinstall water pump
  • Reinstall ramp to dock- one only at this time
  • Club house cleanup—mud issue
  • Boat prep for sailing classes
  • Launch pontoon boat once cleaned
  • ETC


Members need to bring
  • Garden gloves
  • Shovels
  • Racks
  • Landscape rakes
  • Wheel barrow
  • A pick or Maalox
  • And your strong backs
  • Boots


A pile driving crew will be on site early Saturday—please give them room to work—and room for their equipment.

Parking may be an issue—want cars in upper section of club only
Also need a truck for dump run by days end-

The shoreline and grounds landscaping work will start next week-
I may need some volunteers mid week—know soon.

Please make all recommendations for landscaping and site improvements to the Site Committee

Cheers
Bruce

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Saturday, November 08, 2014

2014 Annual Meeting

ALASKA SAILING CLUB ANNUAL MEETING

WHEN:  NOVEMBER 8, 2014

                      TIME:  SOCIAL HOUR 5:45 pm to 6:45 pm
BUSINESS 7:00 pm

      WHERE:  
                         8615 Old Seward Hwy
                                 Anchorage, AK  99515  344-2556


BE SURE TO BRING TWO CANS OR BOXS OF NONPERISHABLE FOOD ITEMS
TO ENTER A DRAWING FOR A DOOR PRIZE.  
ALL FOOD COLLECTED WILL BE DONATED TO THE
food bank


We will be having an All You Can Eat Buffet for dinner.  Our menu is as follows:

TACO BUFFET
HOMADE TORTILLA CHIPS
THREE SALSA-PICO de GALLO, HOT AND MILD
FRESHLY MADE GUACAMOLE
SOUR CREAM

GROUND BEEF TACOS
WITH CHEESE
LETTUCE AND SALSA
BURRITOS, CHOICE OF BEEF, CHICKEN OR CHEESE
RICE
BEANS

ASSORTED COOKIES


If you plan on eating, the price will be $16.00 for everyone age 10 and up.  This price includes non-alcoholic beverages.  So when you come through the door, please bring a check or cash to pay for your meal.  As you enter to sign in, I will be collecting your money there.  Also, we will be having a chance to donate toward the Canopy for the Pontoon Boat.  We are about $300.00 short to get it this year.  So if you donate for the Canopy, you can guess the number of corks in the cork bottle and the person closest to the number will receive a $50.00 gift card to Orso/Brew House.  Also, don’t forget to bring a non-perishable food donations that will go to the Alaska Food Bank.  If someone would volunteer to take the donated food to the Food Bank next week, TL and I would greatly appreciate it.  TL still has a restriction on the weight that he can pick up.

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Open House Saturday June 21, 2014

Open House, Summer Sailstice & Go Fleet
WhenSaturday, Jun 21, 2014
WhereAlaska Sailing Club, Big Lake, AK, United States (map)

Saturday, June 14, 2014

New Racing Page !

Check out our new Racing page, with Rules, Tips, and club Sailing Instructions.

From the main left hand menu - For Members then Racing.

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Boy Scout Troop 300 visits the Alaska Sailing Club

Commodore Stanbro helps Boy Scout Troop 300, from Wasilla, get familiar with sail boats in preparation for their upcoming trip to Florida.

Sunday, May 25, 2014

2014 Icebreaker Regatta

Windy, wet and wild best describes Saturday's 4 race series.  More of the same on Sunday!

Link to final results here.

Monday, December 09, 2013