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SHOW DOWN IN THE ZEST
Saturday, September 17
Adult Zest Race

We have a fleet of 8 Zests. This is enough for a fun one design race. Lets see who our top skippers are and have some fun. If you used to be a top skipper but think that dingy sailing is too much for your old body, think again, the zest are a little beamy with a high boom and a joy to sail. Even Jerry, Jim, Phil, Mary Anne, Paul and Frank sail these boats!
Who: Qualified TSC members. To prequalify skippers must demonstrate skill to tack , gybe, recover from a capsize and ex-press working knowledge of the right of way rules or provide documentation their dinghy sailing qualifications. Get qualified on Saturday morning 9:00- 12:00 over the next few weeks or by appointment with race committee. If skippers exceed the number of boats we will have 2 or 3 elimination races and then a final set of races for the grand Zest title.
If you’re bold enough to skipper, contact Phil Moershel 405 208 1532, phil@moershel.com
If you would like to help out with the committee boat or mark boats, contact Phil
If you would like to help in any other way contact Phil
Registration fee: $25. Proceeds go to support the teaching fleet fund.
When: 10:
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Registration is now open for all sailing classes for this spring and summer. Be quick – classes are already starting to fill up. Classes for ALL levels of sailors are available. Register today!
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