Race Committee Boat sign up
Please follow this link to sign up for your RC duty for the 2024 racing season:
Boats are encouraged to fill the high point series races first. These count toward the overall trophy at the end of our season. These are the Thursday night races. (Our Double handed series does not count toward the high point trophy.) As long as I am available (not working), I do not intend on running "self start" races for high point races.
The email message sent to the MSSA mailing list includes the list of boats required to cover a RC sign up as they have participated in the 2023 racing season. We have enough required to cover boats to cover the high point races.
Please help support our great racing program, and run some races.
Racers Meeting and General Meeting, Monday Feb. 12
The annual Racers meeting will be Monday Feb. 12 @ 19:00 at MSYC just before the regular monthly MSSA meeting. More information can be found in the email announcement
The February general meeting is also Feb. 12 starting at 19:30 following the Racers meeting
Cruisers Meeting, Thursday Jan. 25
The annual Cruisers meeting is this Thursday, Jan. 25 at 7:00 PM in the Comsewogue Library Community Room. Please join us with fresh ideas to make our Cruisers program a success in 2024.
New Bridge Elected
Thanks to everyone who came out last night for the Election Meeting. Our newly elected bridge is:
Thanks for volunteering! And thanks to the outgoing bridge members: Vice Commodore, Barry Lenoble and Secretary, Ann Hobbs.
Left to Right: Marianne Waterbury (Commodore), Ken Nilsen (Vice Commodore), Barry Lenoble (outgoing Vice Commodore), Danielle Pepe (Treasurer), Audra Mammina (Secretary), Ann Hobbs (outgoing Secretary). Not shown: Mike Sawka, Jeff Pendergrast
MSSA in the ALIR
Congratulations to Sounds Great and Organized Chaos for winning their divisions in the ALIR!
ACS Regatta (additional information added)
2023 ACS regatta information: Notice of Race, entry form, Captain's Pack and T-Shirt sponsor is now available. Take a look and please support this very worthy cause! The regatta page has additional forms, including a race flyer.
Race Marks and Courses for download
The race marks and courses (as routes) are available for download as gpx files. These can be loaded into most chart plotters using a micro SD card or some other means. There is also usually a way to import them into phone or computer apps. You use these at your own risk - so please check they agree with your plotter.
The links will remain permanently on the "Downloads" page
The cruise schedule has been posted! Special thanks to all the Cruise Captains for volunteering and also all who attended the meeting! Points will be awarded.
Doug Dalessio and Bob Hall win the YRALIS Roger H. Shope Trophy
The Mount Sinai Sailing Association is a non-profit sailing organization dedicated to affordable family cruising, racing, and social interaction among sailing enthusiasts in the area of Mount Sinai Harbor, Long Island, NY. The Association was founded in 1975 and now includes more than one hundred families. Most members own sailboats which are moored or docked in Mount Sinai Harbor or Port Jefferson, but membership is open to anyone interested in sailing on the Long Island Sound, regardless of boat ownership. Yearly activities include raft-ups, beach parties, cruises, and races during the sailing season. There are also monthly meetings and social activities in the off season. Come join us!