Join us to celebrate CSYC's small boat heritage at the 5th Annual DRYA / CSYC Spring Regatta.
Saturday, June 18
4:00 PM Warning Gun
Relax at the Tiki Hut after racing
Pitch-in Barbecue at 7:30 PM
Click here to view the race program and register for the DRYA / CSYC Spring Regatta.
Spring is here and it's time to sign up for the Crescent Sail Yacht Club
Rick Johnson Memorial Doublehanded Series.
The spring series will be on the four Mondays in June (6, 13, 20 & 27). The summer series will be the first four Mondays in August (1, 8, 15 & 22). The awards are planned to be on Monday August 29.
Click here to register electronically or here to print a PDF version of the application.
If you have any questions, please contact us at CSYCDBLHD@gmail.com or call 313-804-1557.
The wind was definately up for this years HIND/HORNETT Memorial Regatta (twenty ninth annual Lake St. Clair Spring Doublhanded event on May 14).
Thank you George Griswold for being our Principle Race Officer.
Click here to view the race results.
Click here to view pictures from the 2016 Crescent Sail Yacht Club Commodor's Ball.
Europe DN Regatta
Congratulations to CSYC member, Ron Sherry for his 1st place finish in the European DN Regatta.
Click here to review results and highlights from the regatta.
DN Ice Boating Worlds - Sweden
The DN World's were held last month in Lake Glan, Sweden. Our own Crescent member Ron Sherry has a number of North American and World championships under his belt.
This year, he came in 5th place, as the highest ranking US finisher. For results and other DN activities click on www.ice.idniyra.org/
Monsoon Cup - Malysia
This event is part of the Alpari World Match Racing tour taking place in 4 countries over a seven month period. Team USOne, skippered by Taylor Canfieild, has Crescent member Michael Rehe on his crew. They had a terrific qualification start. To follow their results go to www.wmrt.com
Olympic Tryouts - Miami
The Nacra 17 catamaran Olympic tryouts are being held down in Miami. A local sailor Bor Gulari from Bayview is currently doing very well. We wish him well in his Olympic bid.