Treasure Island Rendezvous

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Re: Treasure Island Rendezvous

Postby ketch22 » Thu Aug 24, 2017 11:36 am

As was mine.

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Re: Treasure Island Rendezvous

Postby Camino » Thu Aug 24, 2017 9:48 pm

This is a blast, like Mike said! I'll be in the bay tomorrow hoping for the predicted sw winds and one tack to the bridge ( usually it takes me 6-12 tacks to get out !).
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Re: Treasure Island Rendezvous

Postby gamayun » Fri Aug 25, 2017 12:19 pm

If you see a blue hull F38 some time around 1230 to 1430, that'll be Kynntana racing between Sausalito Yacht Club and the city front :)
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Re: Treasure Island Rendezvous

Postby mike cunningham » Fri Aug 25, 2017 1:36 pm

My permit submitted. You learn something every day. I have anchored in Clipper many many times and didn't realize a permit was required. Never been hassled. Go figure.
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Re: Treasure Island Rendezvous

Postby Camino » Fri Aug 25, 2017 9:29 pm

Gamayun - I did see a number of boats coming across from Sausalito - I was north side of Alcatraz and city front, sporting a single reef :) I didn't see any reefs in the boats coming over :) guess that's why I seldom race! lol took me a dozen tacks to achieve city front but I was enjoying it what with just turning the wheel and all - and in my exact case, pressing my remote AP buttons). Wind was 17-20 mostly with way more west than I expected - I am very impressed,with the f35p

Mike - know what you mean re clipper cove. I think we are all set for the 10-14, 15 raft up/ anchor but I haven't heard back from the tiyc - I'll call Monday before I leave. - I called again but no reply yet - I'm sure all good - heading out in the morning. In between Montana and n Carolina I may be back for a quick sail in between - stay in touch
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Re: Treasure Island Rendezvous

Postby BillSmith » Sat Sep 02, 2017 1:34 pm

Watching news today, see they are blowing up the old bridge so those of us from the South Bay don't have to sail around Treasure Island and take a more direct route.

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Re: Treasure Island Rendezvous

Postby Camino » Sat Sep 02, 2017 9:55 pm

Then and now you should be able to hug close the cg station on treasure, sail under rhe white main span and head directly to clipper cove.

On a similar note i have not heard back from tiyc. Ill be in position to phone then tuesday (again) . All is good im certain.
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Re: Treasure Island Rendezvous

Postby BillSmith » Fri Sep 08, 2017 2:35 pm

Thanks for doing the leg work. Much appreciated.

We're looking at dinghies. Postponed anchor practice to see daughter this weekend. On the schedule for next.
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Re: Treasure Island Rendezvous

Postby sforgey1 » Sun Oct 01, 2017 8:02 pm

Have fun!

I live out here part time in the Bay Area and would love to raft up but I keep my Freedom 32 in Ft Lauderdale. I end up sailing on a friend's Hunter 43 a lot (ugh).

Love to see pictures,


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Re: Treasure Island Rendezvous

Postby Camino » Mon Oct 02, 2017 4:42 pm

Getting close to the rendezvous-- I have not heard back from TIYC for a while - I believe we are on track for their dinner for Saturday. Somewhere I heard they will contact me 36 hours ahead - so let you know. They have not been returning phone calls or emails. In the event their dinner is closed we will have advance warning to prepare our own dinner afloat - either group or individual. I'm open.

You are welcome to raft with GoodWay II or anchor. Goodway is 35' and uses a rocna. With 5-6 boats we can use a couple rafts as well.

I've booked a loose engagement for wine tasting ashore at 2:00pm - I can change that time slot :D If we have 10 people or more we can have cheese and meat snacks there - so possibly let me know if interested! Could be a latish lunch!

We can also cockpit meet for happy hour afloat after that and after a rest before dinner(good time to compare notes on boats) - my wife and I will have a supply of wine( red and white) and beer and water. Perhaps we'll need hors d'oeuvres as well ;) Hopefully dinner back ashore and more conversation afloat.

Sunday is open- suggestions? Tour TI? Museum is closed I believe.

Btw high tide is 9:08am. Low tide is 2:33pm
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