It’s finally the 114th Ephraim Regatta weekend!!!

There will always be an Ephraim Regatta

Lake Michigan at record water levels…but it’s not too high for the EYC!

The high water level has not deterred the dedicated team at the Ephraim Yacht Club, who under Stacey Rieu’s leadership is preparing for another successful regatta. With tie downs to the dock, our Scots on trailers have had no issue with the water. Competitors with private boats should remember to please bring long, adequate tie down lines (2 for side stays, 1 for bow). ​Competitors should also plan and be prepared to sail from the dock as quickly as possible after “splashing”. Dock space is tight and the addition of jersey barriers to protect the club house has only made it tighter. Equipment that is not needed for education or the Ephraim Regatta will be moved offsite to accommodate Flying Scots for the regatta. Everyone’s cooperation and understanding is appreciated. Good Luck and smooth sailing to all our competitors!

Interested in a gently used Flying Scot? Harry Carpenter’s personal boat is being delivered to Ephraim

Harry and Karen are once again making the trip from Maryland to Wisconsin, to participate in the 114th Ephraim Regatta. He is bringing his personal boat, which he is offering to sell after the regatta.

FS 5248 – Built in 1998 – White hull and deck with navy blue waterline and trim stripes.  Race rigged with 2 suits of sails (main and jib) and one AirX radial spinnaker (white and blue).  All sails are weekend race quality.  Boat is Harry Carpenter’s personal boat and has finished in the top of the fleet in multiple national events and has won a North American Championship.  The price does include a  lightly used aluminum trailer that is a couple of years old and has never been titled. $15,000 delivered to EYC

EYC Merchandise Sales on the dock

Yes, we will be selling  EYC Regatta Shirts and other EYC merchandise on Saturday and Sunday.  These items will be available  from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.  on the dock.  Additionally, regular Friday sales from 11:30-1:30 during the end of session picnic. All proceeds benefit the youth sailing program.

Bratfest- August 3 @ 6:00 pm

Help needed for an easy and fun shift!

Additional volunteers are needed to collect money from the 6:30-7:30 shift and 7:30-8:30pm shift.  This is a fun volunteer position to work along side another EYC member and to meet and greet people as they are going into Bratfest.  Please sign up here- Bratfest

Commodore’s Party August 10 @ Peninsula School of Art

Volunteers still need for this event.  Sign up to help HERE

Don’t Forget!

Women’s Regatta- Thursday August 1st, during flying scot races and the annual EYC membership meeting- Saturday August 10th, 9:00 a.m..  The last junior activity of the year is next Wednesday! Check the clubhouse for more information.