Cocktails  6:30 pm    Dinner at 7:45 pm    Live and Silent Auctions

Beach Point Club
900 Rushmore Avenue
Mamaroneck, NY 10543

The Seamanship Award - – Rich Wilson

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The Legacy Award – Honoring Outstanding Women in Sailing

In recognition of their tireless contributions to the sport of sailing over the past forty years, The Foundation is pleased honor this distinguished group of women of sailing. These accomplished sailors at the club, regional and national levels, as well as the mainstays of regional and national race committees and regatta management, are the unsung champions behind the sailing scenes who make it all happen. This exceptional group of dedicated women epitomizes grace under pressure and is an inspiration to all in the sport of sailing. Please join us in honoring this remarkable group of individuals:

Kendra Brennan, Susie Hall, Penny Langone, Jane Mansfield, Dottie Myles, Barbara Neville, Ellyn Osmond, Leggie Torrey, Marcy Trenholm, Mary Savage

Master of Ceremonies will be Storm Trysail's Gary Jobson - Who will also provide his qualified prospective of the happenings in the sailing world!

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Lets go sailing.

"Alright now, this is a night start don't forget; so let's get somebody on lookout up on that bow...

Alright now, did you figure the current? For chrissake do I have to do everything? And don't forget to figure the daylight saving. What? No, you add an hour, for chrissake, can't anybody here sail a boat? What did he say? He said "turn off the engine". Oh, yeah. OK, how long 'til our start? Who's on the stopwatch? OK, you get back here outta the way and stay there.

Alright now, let's come about and get over near the committee boat. Alright, let's come about. COMIN' ABOUT! Wheres the handle, where's the handle - TAIL, willya, fer chrissake!! How's that? Take it in to the block. That's enough.

BANG! What gun was that? That was OUR GUN. Did you get that on the watch? Do you see that guy? Yeah, I see him. Alright now, we got five more minutes. Let's run the line for a second. You can't, YOU'RE ON PORT TACK. Oh, yeah, OK, let's come about again. COMIN' ABOUT! FOUR MINUTES, Well it's too crowded over here, let's get down to leeward where our air is clear.

CRASH!!!! What was that???? Well, put the stove in gimbals, for chrissake. Clean it up later, get up here. What the hell are you doing down there anyway? You can eat at home! THREE MINUTES...Did anybody center the prop? Well, center it, Charlie, don't stand there. There's a flashlight overhead in the doghouse. Well, try another one, I put all new batteries in yesterday. TWO MINUTES...Two minutes for chrissake where's the other end of the line, they got a line two miles long. We gotta come about. COMING ABOUT...OK, let it go letitgogoddamm it. Alright, get it in, get it in. It's fouled on the lifeline. DON'T JERK IT! You'll pull the goddam boat apart. Trim, trim, trim, OK, hold that. Where's the ------ing committee boat. We gotta come about again. COMING ABOUT! More turns, more turns. OK, cleat that. ONE MINUTE--Alright, slack everything, slack the jib, slack the main, SLACK THE MAIN...OK hold that ...THIRTY SECONDS...OK we're going for the line. Trim, trim, trim the main. FIFTEEN SECONDS...OK everybody up to windward....TEN SECONDS ...NINE, EIGHT, SEVEN, SIX, FIVE, FOUR, THREE, TWO, ONE.....for chrissake where's that gun...We're over the line. They'll never see us down here anyway. BANG! OK, we've started.

You did a great job with that stopwatch. OK, let's get these lines coiled up, I can't stand up in the cockpit. Good start, guys."