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Hey Y’all! We just enjoyed a great Grill Night at the April Membership Meeting. We had approximately 50 attendees, and it seemed like a good time was had by all. Thanks to Bill Cook, Barry Long, Mike Ziegler and Tom Papia for keeping a super-hot fire going for the grilling – I know we got […]
Three CMCS boats headed out for secluded week long cruises, totally unbeknownst to each other. Interestingly enough, they all three wound up in the same anchorage – Panther Key! First to arrive was Freestyle, with Glen, Paula, & Annie. They came down from FMB, via stops in Chatney Bay and Smokehouse Bay. A couple hours […]
Guess the right word to describe the start of this cruise is rambunctious. March did indeed exit like a lion. Thankfully April arrived like a lamb. The hardy (or is that foolhardy?) tucked tight into Sanibel bight Friday afternoon. Kestrel II reported 6’ waves as they came out of Matanzas’s pass. Lorelei coming up from […]
Sailors! The Shrimp Regatta was a tightly contested race with some of the finishes just seconds apart. What a great day on the water. I will say that the black fly attack ended our last race when the crew rebelled and we started the motor. The next race is the San T’weenie Cruise / Race. […]
We had about sixty members come out for our monthly membership meeting and a nautical flea market sponsored by the Ladies’ Bridge Club.
We had a great turnout for the annual Shrimpfest dinner, and we think everyone went home with happy bellies! Thanks so much to our Chief Cook-And-Bottle-Washer Bob Duff, and his kitchen sous staff Mike Ziegler, Sandy Canning, Tom & Linda Koenig, & Bill Cook. The dining room looked stupendous thanks to Bob & Cathy Friedel, […]
The location is arguably the Society’s most popular cruising destination. The weather was ideal. The beaches were beautiful. Plus, each night we were treated to a serenade of bagpipe and conchs. Here’s the list of those who participated in this annual pilgrimage. Nineteen boats arrived on Friday, or sooner: 14 Tractors, Air Boss, Ambiance, Bridget […]
From our 2016 Summerset Regatta we had approximately $10,000 available to give back to the qualifying Youth Watersports Programs up and down the coast. Since 90% of the participants and sponsorships this past year came from our local area, 90% money goes back to the Fort Myers/Cape Coral area. The other 10% was divided up between Naples/Marco Island and Punta […]
We had fourteen boats arrive at Legacy Harbour Marina, located right downtown Fort Myers, where all the action was at for the fabulous Edison Festival of Lights celebration.
So we had another great day for sailing on Saturday Feb. 11. There were 10 boats at the start line with 12 registered. Great news on CALUSA. We had three people join us for skipper/crew training and all were awesome. I will continue this program and make sure other skippers have these names as additions […]