The club 420 is a 4.20 meter-long (13.8 feet), double handed dingy with both a main and a jib. These boats provide a great learning opportunity for sailors of all skill levels, serving as the base for many high school and collegiate sailing teams, while also existing as a simple, safe leaning boat for beginners. The EYC has 18 420s that are used for lessons and racing. Races, held twice a week, are both fun and competitive, often including many boats out on the race course.
Fleet activities revolve around the 420 racing series, held on Friday night and Sunday afternoon. Additionally, look for the 420 fleet to work on adding chalk talks before and/or after series races and the junior regatta. If you have and questions or suggestions, please contact 420 fleet captain, Jack Rebhan, at 420fleetcaptain@EYC.org.
The Club 420 race series take place on Friday evenings and Sunday afternoons with boat draw at 5pm and 12pm respectively. The first race starts one hour later. All EYC sailors are encourage to race. EYC trophies are are awarded to the winner of each race, while the top 3 sailors overall, from the combined Friday and Sunday races, and the top woman skipper receive plaques at the end of the season.
Rich Hall Junior Regatta: July 13 – 14. Skippers must be at least 12 and under 18. Crew must be under 18