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  • 19 Jun 2020 4:56 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    CYC Families -

    The start of our summer juniors program has been delayed due to COVID-19 and state orders but, we are excited to share that we will be making every effort to get as many kids as we can sailing this summer. We are moving forward with all plans to support summer camps, summer racing and Family Fun Nights. In compliance with state orders and to ensure activities can include all the elements that make them great, we have decided resuming most activities in Phase 3 makes sense. Our best guess for King County being in Phase 3 is mid-July. We continue to monitor the situation closely and remain optimistic.

    We are excited to share the summer with the kids and families that make this program great. Some activities have been expanded to include non-sailing siblings too!

    • Summer Camps – Starting in phase 3 –We are excited to offer camps supporting kids of all skill levels including beginners.
      • For those affected by cancellations the weeks of July 6 and 13, we will be rescheduling into August camps and offering penalty-free cancellations. Please contact the office at office@cycseattle.org no later than 6/26. Starting 6/27, the office will re-schedule campers to August with priority given to early registrants.
    • Summer Racing – It is time to go sailing! - US sailing has confirmed they plan to run races in August and September! Bellingham Youth Regatta, JAM Regatta, Junior Olympics, and Octoberfest and Opti Champs are all still scheduled to run. We are ready to get the team together and start practicing June 30. 
      • The coaching fee for the summer season is $325 for CYC members and $375 for nonmembers. Registration is open through July 5 and available here 
        • Coaching fees include: Tuesday and Thursday evening coaching for the season, coaching and support at regattas. 
        • Opti coaching will be available Wednesdays with 5 or more registered participants.
    • Friday Family Fun Nights – Youth-lead instruction with food and fun! – new entertainment is available for non-sailing siblings so the whole family can enjoy the club. 
      • “Dry-Dock” entertainment in the clubhouse for non-sailing siblings and for when the weather doesn’t permit sailing. Our goal is to make Fridays a truly dependable, rain or shine event for the whole family. 
      • There will be two sessions each Friday evening with start times at 4:00 and 6:00. We encourage kids under 10 to attend the 4pm session but feel free to attend the session that makes sense for you and your family.

    What to expect next:

    • volunteer sign-up for cooking/grilling, ice-cream scoopers, and other ways to volunteer
    • dock work party 
    • boat preparation work party 
    • survey to help us finalize details for Friday Nights to maximize fun.

    On behalf of Corinthian Yacht Club and the Juniors program, we could not be more excited to be sailing with all of you very soon! If you have any questions, we are happy to help and can be reached at juniors@cycseattle.org

    Very best regards,


    Shelagh Hansen

    Vice Commodore, Junior Committee Chair


  • 5 Oct 2019 2:54 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On October 4th and 5th, CYC hosted the NWISA Singlehanded Championship  in conjunction with PSSC Small Boats. In the Radial Fleet Division, CYC sailors Erik Anderson placed 3rd, Catie Vandervort placed 5th, and Isabelle McNabb placed 6th. Congratulations!!  Saturday's light wind and current made it a tough day of sailing, luckily there was more wind on Sunday

  • 28 Sep 2019 2:52 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On September 28, Sail Sandpoint hosted a Fleet race scrimmage. CYC team members from Ballard and Lincoln participated in this fun regatta

  • 28 Sep 2019 2:51 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On September 28th, CYC hosted the NWISA Keelboat Qualifier. Eight teams competed and the Ballard High team tied for third. They enjoyed the opportunity to sail on J/80s in some moderate winds.

  • 22 Sep 2019 2:51 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Go Girls! On September 21 and 22, CYC’s high school team sent 4 sailors to the NWISA San Diego Girls Invitational Qualifier, hosted by Olympia Yacht Club. Sailors Catie Vandervort, Caroline Lochner, Meimei Johnson (Ballard HS) and Isabelle McNabb (King’s HS) made an impressive showing, placing 2nd overall. Well done, girls!

  • 21 Oct 2018 1:51 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Corinthian Yacht Club of Seattle is hiring Instructors for our 2019 summer camp season! Our program teaches students of all skill levels, from beginning sailors to novice racers, and runs from the middle of June to the end of August. Our ideal candidate is hard-working, creative, enthusiastic, and works well with others. We offer competitive pay as well as a merit bonus due upon completion of the season. All candidates must have US Sailing Level I Certification, U.S. Powerboat Safe Handling Certification, along with current First Aid and CPR training. 

    Contact juniors@cycseattle.org to apply.

  • 9 Oct 2018 3:43 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    A big THANK YOU to CYC for hosting the 2018 USODA Optimist NW Championship this last weekend!

    48 youth sailors between the ages of 8 and 15 from USA East Coast/West Coast, and Canada East Coast/West Coast competed in the 2-day regatta.  CYC’s excellent race committee held 3 races on Saturday and 4 on Sunday.

    A special thank you to the regatta chair Erin Timms, and to Matt Wood, Charley Rathkopf and his entire race committee, the on the water judges, the CYC Office, Karen, and all CYC staff, and all volunteers who made this event run so smoothly - many hands made for light work.

    The list of the top 25% sailors that qualified at this event for the 2019 USODA Team Trials to be held in the spring at Californian Yacht Club can be viewed here.

    Photos from the event can be viewed here.

    First and second place went to CYC’s very own sailors Dieter Creitz and Jacob Posner! Congratulations!

  • 10 Jul 2018 3:09 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Seattle, WA – Sometimes an event occurs where everyone realizes something special or magical occurred.  Such was the case the weekend of June 29 – July 1 when six, unaware, 11-13 year old boys joined with two (hesitant) adults to form the nucleus of a first ever 3-day clinic at Corinthian Yacht Club - Seattle.

    Using the venerable Hobie 16 as the main platform (and one Hobie Wave), the intrepid sailors would head out of Shilshole Marina every day on the three 16s and Wave.  Conditions could not have been better.

    Friday started out so light that several of the kids flipped the Wave on to its side and used the upward hull as a jumping/diving platform into the Puget Sound waters.  When the wind filled in they got a shot at some light air sailing.   Saturday saw a nice medium breeze on flat waters, which gave everyone the opportunity to practice trapezing out over the water on their way to West Point for a picnic on the beach.  Sunday came with even stronger breeze and lumpy waters which really tested the new Hobie sailors with double trapezing and flying of hulls as they raced around a mock race course.   Each of the Hobie 16s had a youth mentor on board who has already graduated to the experienced level and is actively racing.

    CYC was fantastic!  In addition to the use of the downstairs for classroom instruction, boats were stored in the evening on their floating dock.  The students got a LOT of sailing time in varied conditions.  Hobie Division 4 sponsored the regatta, in conjunction with the Multihull Youth SAIL Foundation – a newly formed non-profit foundation dedicated to getting more kids out on multis.  Additional clinics have been requested for both youth and women. 

    Big thanks to US Sailing instructor Tim Webb, who was ably assisted by Peter Nelson, Laura Sullivan, Bob Combie, Will Nelson, Jaedon Bott, Jennifer Hoag and a slew of other volunteers.

    Photos at: https://photos.app.goo.gl/vdtDkreoxbt6LKwC6



  • 10 Jun 2018 9:56 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On Saturday, June 9th, five members of CYC's Junior Race Team gave free sailboat lessons and rides to over 40 kids. Rain had been predicted all day but the sun actually came out and everyone had a great time.


  • 12 May 2018 10:04 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On Saturday, May 12, the Northwest Interscholastic Sailing Association, the Sailing Foundation, and surrounding sailing clubs help put on regattas all over the Northwest including Canada and Portland. The regattas require a team of four students, an A team made of a helmsman and crew, and a B team, also made up of a helmsman and crew. The A team completes two races, and then the B team complete as two races. Both teams rotate two different boats throughout the regatta.

    This is Ballard High School Race Team's first season. Since this was our first season creating the Ballard High School Race Team, we participated in the silver fleet. We learned a lot at every regatta where our team was competing against 15-20 other teams. In the last regatta of the season in Port Townsend, our team placed second. Erik Anderson helmed on the A team with Nate Walgren as crew and Catie Vandervort helmed on the B team with Seth Aldrich as crew.

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