Lisa Gabrielson, Annual Photo Contest & Calendar Project: General Meeting 2016 Sep 22

LogoPSC2015General Meetings are free and open to the public.

Savin Hill Yacht Club, 400 Morrissey Blvd., Dorchester, MA 02125Savin Hill Yacht Club Burgee
Directions: SavinHillYC.org/~/driving-directions.
Latitude: 42.309292  •  Longitude: -71.044234

General Meetings begin, at 6:30 pm, local time, with a brief social among boat owners, skippers, crew, applicants, and guests. Following a brief business meeting, a noted speaker presents an interesting topic relevant to sailing and seamanship.

2016 Sep 22 Thu:


Lisa Gabrielson

Sailing World Magazine Associate Editor

Lisa recently returned from covering the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Lisa has raced to Bermuda numerous times on her family 50’ Hinckley where they use Celestial navigation in lieu of electronics.

Lisa will also talk about how she turned her love of sailing into a career in sailing.


Annual Photo Contest, Calendar Project

Ahoy Mates!

Time for the Pelagic Sailing Club “Annual Photo Contest”. Hope you had a wonderful summer sailing and that you took lots of photos. Now you can enter them in our ‘Annual Photo Contest’ at the Sep 22, 2016 General Meeting. No special theme this year, but must be related to sailing. There will be a first, second and third prize winner. I will also select nine honorable mention photos for a total of twelve to be used for the 2017 Pelagic Calendar.

I will need:

Photos related to sailing
Photo credit for each photo (Person that actually took the photo)
Name of subject and location.

You can show your photos on a laptop, electronic picture frame or bring a color photo (at least 8 x 10). Do not send photos to me. Don’t be shy, you may have the first prize winner!

We had a good showing last year, so lets keep up the trend.

Calendars make great Christmas gifts!

Sorry for the short notice.

Photo Contest Coordinator
Loretta Lopez
Lorlin2000@aol.com


Check the Calendar for future events, speakers, topics and updates.
(For details, browse the month full-page, or select any event from the right sidebar.  Pelagic Ensign ).

General Meetings are held monthly from April through November, hosted by:

Savin Hill Yacht Club BurgeeSavin Hill Yacht Club, 400 Morrissey Blvd., Dorchester, MA 02125
Directions: SavinHillYC.org/~/driving-directions.
Latitude: 42.309292  •  Longitude: -71.044234

April through Oct: … 4th Thursday
November: …………… 3rd Thursday

General Meetings begin, at 6:30 pm, local time, with a brief social among boat owners, skippers, crew, applicants, and guests. Following a brief business meeting, a noted speaker presents an interesting topic relevant to sailing and seamanship.

 

 

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Lexington Symphony 2016 May

Join the fun!

I’ve had 12 tickets ($40 each) put aside for “Pelagic Sailing Club” for the May 14th concert at 8PM.

MUSIC FROM THE MOVIES

May 14, 2016 | Saturday, 8 p.m.

Without the spine-tingling, pulsing bass notes of John Williams’s Jaws theme, those Steven Spielberg beach scenes would have seemed just like any other day at the beach! Featuring some of the greatest music ever written for the big screen, our Music from the Movies concert explores the important role music plays in setting the scene and telling a story via the medium of film.

Simply call (781-523-9009) before March 1 to purchase your tickets. You may need to leave your name and phone number, but Sam will call you back. Be sure to say “Pelagic Sailing Club” when ordering tickets. Then let me know if you would like to join me at a nearby restaurant before the symphony.

Kathryn Clapp

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Wicked High Tides

Tides over 12ft high return to Boston Harbor this week.

The “Wicked High Tides” Return.

Beginning Friday, June 23rd thru Monday, June 26, 2017 Boston Harbor will experience tides over 12ft high once again. The phenomenon is a result of the relative positions of the Earth, Sun, and Moon and the combined gravitational forces exerted on the ocean when the Sun and Moon fall in alignment.

This is the last time King Tide will return before the end of the year and some areas around New England may see coastal flooding. Similar to last time, the highest tides will fall just after midnight. If you’re awake, help us document the “Wicked High Tide” and be sure to tag Boston Harbor Now in your photos!

See our collection of previous King Tide photos:
May 2017
October 2016
October 2015

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