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 Posted On Monday, January 20, 2020
Team AYC Competes at St. Pete YC 
 Posted On Thursday, January 09, 2020
Annapolis Yacht Club Going All-In on ORC 
Three years after integrating the internationally recognized rating rule into many of its signature events, AYC is giving ORC more prominent recognition.
 Posted On Monday, December 16, 2019
Mischief - Boat of the Year Recognition 
As previously reported, competing on a Grand Soleil 40 under the CRCA rating system at many events including AYC’s Spring Race to Oxford (1st Place CRCA Racer Cruiser) and Fall Race to Solomons (1st Place CRCA Performance Cruiser), Peter Henry and crew were recently awarded 1st Place in the 2019 North Sails-CRCA Boat of the Year Series.
 Posted On Monday, December 02, 2019
It’s The Most Wonderful Time of The Year! 
Yes folks, with one more Frostbite day on the 2019 calendar that means that Hangover Bowl is just around the corner! Open to everyone who has registered for the 2019-2020 AYC Frostbite Series, why wouldn’t you want to join your fellow competitors for the most fun you can have the “morning after”… it may be painful but it’s a guaranteed good time.
 Posted On Monday, November 25, 2019
2020 Regatta Calendar – No Rest For The Weary!  
The Sailing Committee has approved the preliminary 2020 calendar for AYC-hosted regattas or those where we participate solely with the Race Committee supporting course management, such as Leukemia Cup. The Notices of Race will be published by the end of January with online entry open soon after.
 Posted On Monday, November 18, 2019
Inaugural AYC Evening of Champions: A Fun Night of Celebration for All Ages 
A sell out crowd of more than 100 AYC members and guests gathered at the beautiful Sailing Center on Saturday evening, November 16, to celebrate our youth and adult racing achievements, both as competitors and race officials.
 Posted On Monday, November 11, 2019
AYC Foundation Congratulates Leo Boucher on College Sailing Singlehanded National Championship Win 
The AYC Foundation would like to congratulate Leo Boucher on winning the LaserPerformance College Sailing Singlehanded National Championship in Santa Barbara, California this past weekend, November 9-10. Sailing as a college sophomore representing St. Mary's College of Maryland, Leo was six points out of 1st after Saturday and went on to dominate on Sunday to capture the National Championship title.
 Posted On Wednesday, November 06, 2019
Schuberts Represent Annapolis NOOD 
The bonus round for being declared the overall NOOD winner from all teams competing at the 2019 event is being invited to represent your hometown Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta at a fall sailing championship in the British Virgin Islands.
 Posted On Monday, November 04, 2019
Harbor 20s at Hilton Head 
Great wind and good friends will always make the annual Harbor 20 East-West Challenge Regatta an unqualified success for Harbor 20 racers.
 Posted On Monday, October 28, 2019
2019 J/24 Worlds – 79 Teams Strong 
The “work horse” of the J/Boats family had an amazing number of competitors from around the globe on the waters of Biscayne Bay this past week, with 79 competitors wrapping up five days of competition on Saturday, October 26 after 10 races.
J/105s and J/35s Round Out the ’19 Regatta Calendar 
The fall championships for two long standing one design fleets took place over the weekend with the J/105s competing in the Chesapeake Bay Championship and the J/35s for their Mid-Atlantic Championship.
Double Handed Distance Race – A Star is Born?  
The race highlights video for the Double Handed Distance Race is here! We think the completed piece is great and congratulations to Mike Coe and Cate Muller who won the best clip submission prize awarded by the Event Committee.
 Posted On Monday, October 21, 2019
Championships Wrap Up for Etchells and Stars 
Soggy and breezy conditions for the second and final day couldn’t dampen the energy on the race course with fierce competition in both classes.
 Posted On Monday, October 14, 2019
Alerions, Harbor 20s and J/70s Wrap up Fall Series 
Competitors arrived at the Club on Saturday morning for the final day of the 79th Fall Series to be greeted by a high tide that blurred the line between the launching area by the hoists and Annapolis Harbor.
2019-2020 Frostbite Series – 3 Weeks Away 
As Fall Series wraps up and with only two weekends left on the 2019 regatta calendar, that means that the kick off to the fall/winter racing series is just around the corner.
Double Handed Distance Race Videography Winner Announced 
The Notice of Race for the inaugural event alerted competitors that they were expected to carry an onboard “action camera” to record their adventure throughout the 24 hour race.
Etchells and Stars – Championship Weekend 
Although both classes have shared this fall weekend on the AYC regatta calendar for years, this is the first time in recent memory that they are also both hosting major fleet championships during the regatta.
 Posted On Monday, October 07, 2019
Ewenson at Champion of Champions Competition 
This past weekend, U.S. Sailing's Champion of Champions event was sailed on provided Ideal 18s at Stamford Yacht Club. Geoff Ewenson and Skipper Christopher Raab were on the podium to accept the 3rd place trophy after 13 races in a competition against 19 other top teams from around the country.
79th Fall Series Weekends – Two Down, One To Go 
In planning the 2019 Fall Series schedule, the Sailing Committee looked back at various iterations of the Club’s popular multi-weekend regatta and suggested a format tailored to participating classes. Weekend 1 had J/22s and J/80s sailing drop-marks courses on Saturday and Sunday.
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