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July 28, 2017



  • Saturday July 29: LUAU @Crescent Beach! Bring food to grill and good cheer- SHYC provides the rest: grills, music, soft drinks, games and fun! 
  • Wednesday, Aug 2: Senior Luncheon @ SHYC, 1230 (rain date Aug 3)


The Week Ahead in Racing

7/28: Ladies Series
7/28-7/30: Hyannis 420
8/1: August series (race 2/4)
8/4: Ladies Series


Visit our website to see the interactive calendar, which can be viewed in full or by specific categories; the full summer calendar; and printable Session 1 and Session 2 calendars

A note about Directories and Profiles:If you need to update your information, please fill out the contact info form here. Please note we use this information for the directory listings, so please do not change the contact names on your profiles (as in putting one spouse's name in two different profiles), each member of your family should have his or her first name listed in a unique profile.

Contact John Forger and Dan Taylor with any questions

Congratulations to all our Gill Regatta participants!
Falmouth came in 1st, SHYC 2nd and Hyannis 3r, click here for full race results (if link doesn't work please visit the race's homepage on regatta network

Don't forget to register for upcoming regattas~links are available through our homepage

Calling all Seniors!

Non-seniors, please contact Lynne Roe to volunteer to help out!



Sailing School Reminders 

Session 2 is off to a great start. We are so happy to welcome new students to the program and welcome back our returning sailors. If you want to add on weeks or additional sailing classes, please do so through this form 

- Proper Sailing Clothing: Closed toed shoes every day, life jacket, layers (non-cotton), Spray Top. Visit our FAQs for more information
- Check the weather every morning. We have had a lot of rain and fog this summer, always bring some extra clothes and a towel to be ready.
- Please Arrive on time 9:15 in the morning and 1:15 in the afternoon.
- Sturgis Boat Works in South Yarmouth and West Marine in Hyannis have great sailing gear and layers for the kids.

Finally, one last reminder about sailing students and any head bumps during lessons. In addition it is very important that students let our instructors know if they get bumped in the head during a lesson. All of our instructors have concussion training as part of first aid and CPR certification. In any case where a student receives a head bump during a lesson we check for concussion symptoms. If needed we bring the student off the water and call home. If any concussion symptoms persist and occur at home you should contact your family physician.

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