A part time Bosín was hired to relieve the regular bosín and give the Members use of the Club seven days a week. Juniors held the usual series of Sunday afternoon instruction courses to learn seamanship and sailing during early spring.
June 22 brought a bad blow from the east and the Black Watch was on hand at the August meeting. The Club voted overwhelmingly to raise dues for Senior Resident Members to $35 per year.
On Saturday July 21 and Sunday July 22, Hank Cawthra won the District Lightning series having gone over to that popular class from the 210s.
The Crescent Regatta on August 18 was as usual marked by good weather and 160 entries. Once again many Crescent sailors led their classes home.
From a recollection ó Bosín Andrew called the Commodore at 5:00 am one Sunday morning in September, reporting a tremendous blow and by 7:00 am there were sixty Members on hand, all of which labored valiantly and to the point of exhaustion. Luckily at 1:00 pm the wind shifted and little or no damage resulted At the October General Meeting long discussions were held about the exposure to Easterly winds, which raised havoc in the large harbor.