If you are a Harbor 20 owner and a current member of the class association, please look for an email entitled “Vote now: Harbor 20 Class – Election of 2022 Directors“. When you get the email, please click the link after the words “To vote, visit“. This will take you to a web page where you can vote for the nominees for class director.
Representatives of all fleets agreed on the nominees and recommend that you vote for all of them.
Your vote is important to support the class association, which supports your sailing by:
Improving availability and quality of boats and parts,
Ensuring boats are one-design and compete on an equal footing,
Arranging the class championship and East-West Challenge regatta, and
Finally, the coast appears to be clear, and we have scheduled two Sailing Clinics for next month (October 30 and November 13). These clinics are for sailors who wish to improve their sailing skills. They will be taught by experienced mentor sailors, and will include a variety of subjects from boat handling skills, crewing, rules, and racing. We hope that you will consider attending.
Sailors who previously signed up and paid for clinics that were postponed may attend for NO CHARGE, but you must still register. To register, click the following link: Log in | Sign up (theclubspot.com).
It is time to nominate the 2021 Mentor of the Year!
Your nominee should be a Harbor 20 member that gives of themselves with the intent of sharing their knowledge with the purpose of encouraging, educating and guiding without compensation or benefit to themselves.
We look forward to reading your stories and sharing the ‘Mentor 2021’ at the November 19, 2021 awards event.
COVID permitting, ALYC is scheduled to host Sailing for the Visually Impaired on Saturday, October 9.
History: The annual Sail for the Visually Impaired (SVI) has grown to become one of the most important and well attended philanthropic events in Newport Harbor. Each year, over 250 blind or visually impaired guests and their escorts spend a day sailing with volunteers from the American Legion Yacht Club and other area yacht clubs. There are over 150 volunteers acting as sailing skippers, crew, escorts to and from the docks, meal servers, guide dog sitters, check-in personnel, marina control, parking assignment, and other positions.
ALYC is seeking Harbor 20 sailors to bring their boats and participate in this event. They have asked that all participants be fully vaccinated.
If you are interested in participating click here for the event page.
If you have questions, please contact Tony at 949-209-7305.