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  Midget Ocean Racing Fleet                                                               May 1999

 

IN THIS ISSUE :

1

Fleet Captain’s Message

2

Regatta Results

3

Race Committee

4

Guest Column

5

Action Photos

 

Rounded Rectangle: NEWS FROM THE HELMRounded Rectangle: WAIT, DON’T PAY RETAIL YET…MORF Newsletter


 


First Annual MORF Garage Sale by Alan Dinn

B

ring you old gear, line, hardware, sailing junk, boats, motors, and anything else you want to get rid of.  Join us in selling, trading, or swapping your stuff for mine.  Or just come down and browse, you might find it here.

(Rumor has it that West Marine and Boaters World will come and bring clearance items as well!)

Saturday May 22, 1999.  9am ‘til 1pm at the Lawrence St. T-Head south parking lot.

We look forward to seeing you there!

More information contact:  Alan Dinn  698-3052(w) or 887-7487(h).

Fleet Captain’s Message By Scott Oates

 

T

he racing season is on, and two MORF regattas are under our belts. Mike McCutchon and Duncan Samo give accounts in this newsletter. One major problem was the date change for the Maritime regatta. This Competition Cup race was moved up a week from the previous posting. The only notice many of you received was from the regatta invitation less than seven days before the race date. Because of the short notice, a make up race will be allowed. Boats that did not race in the Maritime Regatta will be eligible to win equivalent Competition Cup points, capped at the amounts awarded at the Maritime regatta.  The make up race will be the Navy Day Regatta.

 

More about fleet realignment. You voted overwhelmingly to decide that the J22/24 boats should be scored separately. This applies to the Wednesday night all sails class, and will apply on many weekend races. My cage is now being rattled about creating an additional fleet for Wednesday night racing, a PHRF 150 fleet. The primary goal stated is to increase participation. Another goal is to improve the competition for boats that do not want to race in spinnaker classes, and avoid our Wednesday night handicapping system pitfalls such as rewarding poor performance and the incentive for sandbagging. The negative view.. 1) adds complexity and further divides the fleets. 2) few like change. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. 3) It’s a handicap system like in golf which allows any skipper to win on any given day if that skipper has a good day, don’t take that away from me. 4) If you want competition, buy a spinnaker and race in the all sails classes.

The positives are A) increased interest and participation in sailing driven by fair competition and reward for excellence. B) Good competition even if too windy for spinnaker. C)So what if there is more complexity.       If I could know this class creation would increase racing enjoyment and participation, I would immediately support the idea. Otherwise I think another class runs the risk of diluting competition in our existing classes, unless it takes over or replaces the Wednesday night handicap system. MORF might not be ready for that. This is mainly for you sailing the non spinnaker classes. Call or write to me with your 2 cents and let me know if you are satisfied with the status quo. Another option is to run a trial period with a 150 PHRF class and see if it catches on. Give me your feedback, and if you want it, we’ll do it. More next newsletter.  

 

 

 

March Winds

by Mike McCutchon

Y

our editor, Brad Stokes, asked me to write up the March Winds Regatta.  I

thought I would give it to you from the perspective of the race committee.

The whole scene really starts long before the regatta with the search for boats and personnel.  Fortunately we have Bob Johnson in this town, whose dedication to doing sailboat racing right goes so deep that he willingly gives up several weekends a year to make these things happen.  Brant Koepke signs on and we have a first class weather mark boat, that is if you can get them to do what you want them to do.  Steve Harrison's boat is out of  commission, so he agrees to run a pin boat (to set the pin end of the line). All I need is a boat for Steve and a boat for the signal boat.  No problem.  I know lots of people with boats.  Unfortunately all I could scare up is one 18 ft. Hydra Sport that I have to bring over from Padre Isles the morning of the regatta, and I can only get it by trading my Majek flats boat for it. So the morning of the regatta, I leave at dawn, drop my Majek in the water at Marker 37, trade it for the Hydra Sport at my partner's house, and set out with full foul weathers to make the upwind crossing to the marina.  The boat runs great in the Intracoastal, but when I hit the bay, the prop spins out on every wave I hit.  That prop had seen a few too many oyster reefs.  I turn around and bum a ride back to CCYC where I find that Steve has scared up Ray Johnson (with boat) to run the pin end, and at the last second, Brad Stokes loses his crew and offers me his J30 for a signal boat.  Looks like we're going to have a regatta after all.

 

So we head out with marks, flags, anchors, chalk boards, one tiny piece of chalk, a shotgun, and provisions.  As soon as we clear the gap, Brad's engine overheats (impeller fails), and we are left drifting into the rocks.  Dennis Haas scrambles below and brings up the blade, which we hank on in record time, and we continue under sail.  By the time we get to where we can  manage a reasonable upwind leg between Alta Vista reef and the ship channel, our constraints imposed by a certain deep-draft vessel, we are already 15 minutes late in getting a start off.  So we figure we will get in a short one and then move to deeper water for the next one.  Scott Oates mans the shotgun, the start goes off fine, and we get to take a breather and plan for the next one, thinking the 15-20 knot breeze will hold as forecasted.  It turns out our short race is the one sailed in the most breeze.  Passion and Flying Cloud take one-two in the A Fleet, Lilith beats up on the Sea Scout J24's, and Scott Young smokes the  other Melgeses, as expected.

 

While the pin boat finishes boats, we set up the second, longer course to the east.  The Melges 24's ask to sail the short course so they can still see Scott at the finish.  We start race 2 without a hitch, but in a dying breeze.  I forecast a big right shift as the norther dies  and the coastal plains heat up.  With three fleets racing on two different length courses, Ihave only one chance to change the course--before the first boat reaches the leeward mark.  The wind has gone right 20 degrees by then, and I ask Bob to move the weather marks right 40 degrees, anticipating more right shift.  Bob

finds one excuse after another, and before you know it it's too late.  The

wind dies more and eventually shifts through about a hundred degrees to the right, so my proposed course change would not have amounted to nearly enough.  Passion stretches a long lead with Flying Cloud in tow as they limp toward the finish line in the light breeze.  Meanwhile the sea breeze is in full swing back at the last mark, and the trailing boats are able to carry spinnakers to the previously upwind mark and the shortened finish, closing the time gap on the leaders.  Passion and Cloud get 4th and 5th.  I think I remember Striker, after not sailing the first race, having a strong finish in this one.

 

The little boats have long since finished, and, while Bob finishes the A fleet, I am trying to get off a quick, short race for the little boats before the big boats make it back to the new starting area.  Things don't go as crisply as planned, and the big boats end up waiting on the little ones to start their final race.  Sorry, guys.  Anyway Scott Young again wins in the Melges fleet, and Lorie Sein-Messer sweeps the B fleet.   Passion and Cloud again show that with a fair course, they are the ones to beat,  taking first and second, respectively.

 

The awards and refreshments was a brief affair for most, since the hour was late.  I hurried home to help my pregnant wife get the kids in bed, then returned to tie up some loose ends and found Fred Soward and Brant Koepke making a strong run at finishing the keg while solving the city's sailing participation problems.  I listened for a while and took note on a few issues, and reflected on what I could have done to make this regatta better. Then I thanked God it even went off at all.

 

Final Results

 

A Fleet

 

1.  Passion

2.  Flying Cloud

3.  Insanity (Capitaine)

 

B Fleet

 

1.  Lilith

 

Melges 24 Gulf Coast Midwinters

 

1.  Scott Young

2.  Debbie Willits

3.  Ed Hood

 

(Editors Note:  The humor of the day didn’t end there.  Mike called me at about 9 pm that night asking if I had seen the keys to his borrowed boat!  I drove back to the marina and we spent another half hour or so looking in every nook and cranny of Lone Star without any luck.  In spite of our Three Stooges act behind the scenes, the race was organized and run quite well.  My hats off to Mike and Scott for their dedication.)

 

BYC Racing News

 

The BYC race season opens on June 12th  with the popular BYC Starlight Regatta.  This is the first of two BYC regattas for 1999, the other being the BYC Turkey Day Regatta scheduled for November 20th.  Both of these regattas will count towards the coveted MORF Competition Cup year end awards.  A fine honor awarded to BYC by MORF.

 

BYC has it's own special racing series with unique year end crew and skipper awards.  Initiated in 1998, this two race Top Gun series for owner / skippers was a big hit with everyone who participated.  Points are earned by sailing both BYC annual regattas and is open to all competitors.  It promises to produce close competition again this season. 

    

Mark your calendars and plan to be a part of the racing scene in '99 as a skipper or as a crew member. Fine trophies, good parties and great competition……..come join us.

Make some memories!

           

FEB

Maritime Festival Regatta

by Duncan Samo

 

T

he Maritime Festival Regatta was held Saturday,  May 8, 1999.  The Regatta consisted of three races, sailed in a nice breeze.  The courses varied from just under 3 miles in length, to the third race which was just under 9 miles.  The finish was again under the Harbor Bridge in front of Cargo Dock One.

 

The first race was started, after a brief postponement to allow the Nina to pass, with the wind exactly at 090 degrees.  About 15 minutes out of the Gap, a sudden and sustained 15 degree shift to the North, really helped those on the left side of the course.  (Start - 19 - Finish)

Joe Knolle, with his shiny new bottom, led the fleet to the finish.

 

The second race was the shortest (1 - 2 - 1 - Finish).  The breeze remained at ENE with Salsa leading the way.

 

The third race (1 - 4 - 2 - 10 - " Green Day Board # 79" - Finish) was the longest.  Again,  Andy was the leader, but Joe " Sneaked Away" on corrected time.

 

Final Results

 

First Place:           

Sneakin Away      Joe Knolle

 

Second Place:

Salsa       Andy McMillan

 

Third Place:

Spirit      Max McGovern

 

Fourth Place:       

Misdemeanor       Doug Weakly

 

Hopefully next year the Maritime Festival organizers will not change the date of the event.  Everyone had a great time.

 

   

Secretary’s Notes by Brad Stokes

W

 

ell,  we’ve managed to drag another newsletter kicking and screaming from our contributors, and not a moment too soon.  Sorry ya’ll had to wait.  We’ve implemented some minor changes to the web page - take a look.  I now have some great scanned photos that Sue Peal took with her fancy new digital camera during the Port A Regatta.  I’ll get those loaded on the Web page as soon as I get a break from baby duty.  Sue also provided the live action photos that are scattered throughout this newsletter.  Thanks Sue!

The membership numbers are down a bit from where they were last year.  I hope the problem is that addresses have changed and folks aren’t getting their membership applications.  We can fix that.  If your address changes let me know.  If you see someone on the list who hasn’t signed up for 1999, try to give them a guilt trip!  Judge Blackmon had a good suggestion recently regarding T-Shirts for all MORF members.  His scouts are designing them and getting them made.  Another incentive to signup.

I went to the Bahia Hee Hee this weekend and  I was pleased to see a number of MORF members there.  Andy Ficken said he went to weather the whole way, with a 60-mph headwind (he drove!).  Seldom will you see so many boats anchored in Ingleside Cove - locals say it looked like Marsh Harbor.  Really a pleasant time,  I highly recommend it for next year.  I especially liked the drunk magician.  I hope he’s back next year.

 

 

Race Committee

 by  Lori Messer-Sein

May 05—A Little Insane - Jeff Calvert

May 12—Striker - John Files

May 19—Insanity - Raul Capitaine

May 26—3/4 Time - Sam Beecroft

 

June02Goin’ Right - Mike McCutcheon

June09—Pazuzu - Dick Leonard

June16—Backorder - Duncan Samo

June 23—Phase II - N.O. Seago

June30—Sneakin’ Away - Joe Knolle

 

July07—Bushwacker - John Schultz

July14—Kinderspell - John Bell

July21—Banzai - Bob Brock

July28—Lone Star - Brad Stokes

 

Aug 04—Birdie III - Leroy Taylor

Aug 11—Bad Manners - Jesse Westley

Aug 18—Cygnet - DeAnn Smith

Aug 25—Chiller - Stephen Lewis

 

Sept 01- Watch Out - Kirk Mason

Sept 08 - Surf Dawg - John Maupin

Sept 15 - Pert - Bob Nevill

Sept 22 - Tar Baby - Scott Sherman

Sept 29 - Galadriel - Charles Pierce

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rounded Rectangle: GUEST COLUMN
 

 


Boat Metal Corrosion: Control It!

By Peter M. Davidson A.M.S.

The Gulf Coast of Mexico is classed as a severe saltwater environment. Corpus Christi Bay being one of the most extreme due to the weather. Our high heat and sparse rainfall makes our beautiful bay high in salinity content and corrosive to metals. The added rainfall in the Houston and Galveston area decreases their salinity and corrosion factors.

The strange phenomena of metal in boats corroding in salt water  (an Electrolyte solution which is able to conduct electricity) can be accelerated by dissimilar metals and stray current (leak) which for the most part will be due primarily to the direct current system (DC).

Your boat’s AC ground wire is a link between your boat, the dock and other boats forming a common battery link. If your boat has new good zinc’s and another boat, for example 20 boat slips, away has a lesser quantity of zinc you will loose zinc from the higher potential to the lower potential down your boats green ground wire and or to the dock.

A galvanic isolator installed in your green AC ground wire protects and isolates your boat from the dock and other boats. This galvanic isolator has diodes and capacitors inside. This breaks and isolates your boat ground connection to the dock. At approximately 1 ½ volts the capacitor and diodes will close forming a ground connection to the dock ground for electrical shock hazard protection. Moreover the galvanic isolator will increase the zinc life span on your boat by approximately 6 –9 months. The nickname for a galvanic isolator is a “zinc saver”. It is prudent for all boat owners to install a galvanic isolator. At a marina with a good ground wire AC  electrical system, the faster one will loose zinc to the dock and other boats without a galvanic isolator installed.  The cost of a 30 amp galvanic isolator is approximately $90.00. The galvanic isolator is easily installed between the shore power inlet socket and the main breaker panel. There needs to be a separate galvanic isolator installed in each shore power inlet to your boat.

A Corrosion Test Meter that reads relative voltage of metals immersed in salt water can quickly determine causes and cures for corrosion. The Corrosion Test Meter will detect any stray currents in your bonded system. You can have a complete report of the state of your bonding system, zinc’s and stray currents AC or DC, and the extent of lightning protection on your boat.

Years of scientific studies have created the Noble Scale of Metals usually measured

in salt water. The position of a metal on the scale is determined by the relative voltage of that metal to a stable reference. Today in most cases we use a Silver Silver Chloride Anode Half Cell with a digital or Analog volt meter.

FACT: Electricity will always seek earth. If allowed to go through your immersed metal fittings the flow will carry parts of your metal with it. Corrosion  problem sources: cross wired DC equipment, green AC ground wire connected to the 12 volt, etc. Green AC ground connected to DC ground could also carry zinc voltage to the dock, or a problem on your boat could cause damage to other boats. NOTE: There is no such thing as a “Hot Harbor”. If you wire your boat correctly you cannot be harmed by outside stray currents.

It is imperative to inspect your boat metal parts frequently, such as; all through hull fittings, seacocks, standing rigging terminals and chain plates. Your boat may sink or the mast fall down. This would spoil your day!

 

Good luck with your boat!

 

 

Port A Pictures

by Sue Peal

 

 

 

Passion during the Port A Regatta

 

The crew of Insanity

 

Lilith

 


Wednesday Night Handicaps By George Patton

 

FLEET

BOAT NAME

BOAT TYPE

SAIL NO.

PHRF

WED. HNCP.

LAST NAME

FIRST NAME

A

ACCREWED INTEREST

ERICSON 33

6

132

9:11

WEAKLY

TOM

A

CARPE DIEM

SABRE 42

 

102

0:00

GUINN

LEE

A

CURANDERO

HARRIS 45

 

63

0:00

DINN

ALAN

A

FLYING CLOUD

J-36

31012

81

0:00

SPENGLER

ED

A

IMAGINE

SANTA CRUZ 27

21801

138

0:59

HARRISON

STEVE

A

INSANITY

CARTER 36

13904

111

1:43

HAMEKA

MARTIN

A

INSANITY

MUMM 36

50473

42

1:05

CAPITAINE

RAUL

A

LADY JANE

C&C 41

87

90

2:17

STEIN

KARL

A

LONE STAR

J-30

 

138

13:31

STOKES

BRAD

A

PASSION

X119

32111

6

0:00

HASTINGS

STEVE

A

PERT

ELITE 29

6509

138

0:00

NEVILL

BOB

A

SALSA

J-29

161

108

0:33

McMILLAN

ANDY

A

SNEAKIN AWAY

C&C 35

238

138

11:57

KNOLLE

JOE

A

SONADOR

MUMM 36

50545

42

0:00

MOTEN

MARK

A

SPIRIT

J-29

61

108

1:08

HOEPFNER

RICHARD

A

STRIKER

PETERSON 34

23868

120

4:06

FILES

JOHN

A

WARRIOR

CAL 35-2

15

132

10:55

FICKEN

ANDY

B

3/4 TIME

J-24

788

168

0:00

BEECROFT

SAM

B

A LITTLE INSANE

J-24

4158

168

0:00

CALVERT

JEFF

B

BACKORDER

COLUMBIA 26

442

216

7:14

SAMO

DUNCAN

B

BAD MANNERS

CAPO 26 TR-05M

77864

159

2:56

WESTLEY

JESSE

B

BIRDIE III

J-24

1744

168

0:00

TAYLOR

LEROY

B

BREAKOUT

SANTANA 22

 

243

0:00

HURLBUT

JAMES

B

BUSHWACKER

J-24

656

168

0:00

SCHULZE

JOHN

B

CALAMARI

COLUMBIA 26

S1

216

22:14

SAIL CLUB

SHIP ONE

B

CAMELOT

STARWIND 27

 

192

0:00

COFFMAN

KELLY

B

CASI NADA

HUNTER 25

 

222

0:00

GOBAR

ROBERT

B

CHILLER

RANGER 26

20699

198

10:52

LEWIS

STEPHEN

B

CLASS ACTION

J-24

258

168

0:00

JOHNSON

ROBERT

B

CYGNET

SABER 28

573

189

0:00

SMITH

DeAnn

B

ENCANTADA

HINCKLEY 35

2301

190

0:00

DINN

JIM

B

GOIN RIGHT

J-22

734

174

0:00

McCUTCHON

MIKE

B

ILLUSION

RANGER 23 TR

723

216

2:18

CORLEY

DARRIN

B

KINDERSPEL

CAL 2-27

227

204

0:00

BELL

JOHN

B

LILITH

J-22

35

174

0:00

MESSER

LORIE

B

LIPRIS

C&C 29

224

174

0:00

CATLIN

CHARLIE

B

MAD DOGS

J-22

118

174

0:00

DAVIS

PHILLIP

B

MIRAMAR

RANGER 26

1168

198

0:00

MOODY

STEVE

 

MISDEMEANOR

J-24

 

168

0:00

SAIL CLUB

 

B

PAZUZU

J-24

3129

168

5:45

SAIL CLUB

SHIP 3

B

PHASE II

J-24

536

168

6:42

SEAGO

N.O.

FLEET

BOAT NAME

BOAT TYPE

SAIL NO.

PHRF

WED. HNCP.

LAST NAME

FIRST NAME

B

ROCK & ROLL

RANGER 28

 

174P

0:00

BONNER

ED

B

SEA HAWK

CAL 25-2

399

219

0:00

VAUGHN

JERRY

B

SIMPATICO

CATALINA 27

575

207

0:00

COWLING

DAVID

B

SNAKE EYES

J-24

3496

168

0:00

OATES

SCOTT

B

SSSHREDDER

J-24

2423

168

0:00

MESSER

SHAWN

B

STARLIGHT

RANGER 28

186

174P

0:00

MOODY

STEVE

B

STARSHIP

CABO RICO 38

 

192

0:00

NEVILL

BOB

B

SURF DAWG

J-24

 

168

0:00

MAUPIN

JOHN

B

TAR BABY

J-24

972

168

1:43

SHERMAN

STEVE

B

THUNDERFISH

RANGER 26

15

198

0:00

BONNER

ED

B

VINTAGE

PEARSON 30

13727

183

8:47

PEAL

SUE

B

WATCH OUT!

RANGER 23

234

216

0:00

MASON

KIRK

 

Membership List

This is the  list of  members that have paid up for 1999.  These are the only people that will receive newsletters, regatta announcements, T-shirts, or horns at the finish.  Thanks for you support.

 


Last

First

Address

City,

St,

ZIP

Home

Business

Bastidas

Tony

4517 Sheffield Ln.

Corpus Christi,

TX

78411

(361)814-8094

(361)776-5759

Blackmon

Robert

610 Delaine

Corpus Christi,

TX

78411

(361)854-0302

(361)888-0436

Bonner

Ed

310 Seco St.

Portland,

TX

78374

(361)643-7477

(361)993-3100

Capitaine

Raul

4350 Ocean Dr. #306

Corpus Christi,

TX

78412

(361)852-4233

(361)993-4835

Carr

Rick

1201 Devon

Corpus Christi,

TX

78404

(361)854-5253

(361)888-8769

Corley

Chris

6134 Cumberland

Corpus Christi,

TX

78414

(361)991-2338

(361)993-7071

Davis

Phil

622 Santa Monica

Corpus Christi,

TX

78411

(361)857-6941

(361)886-1126

Dinn

Alan

206 Leming

Corpus Christi,

TX

78404

(361)887-7487

(361)698-3052

Ficken

Andy

202 Ghent Pl.

Portland

TX

78374

(361)643-6656

Files

John

1813 Volga

Corpus Christi,

TX

78412

(361)993-8069

(361)289-3183

Gerber

Arthur

P.O. Box 135

Portland,

TX

78374

(361)643-7865

(361)693-6304

Haas

Dennis

318 Beverly

Corpus Christi,

TX

78411

(361)855-2365

(361)855-2365

Hameka

Martin

P.O. Box 81511

Corpus Christi,

TX

78468

(361)883-6796

(361)850-1760

Hammack

Theresa

4100 Wildcat Dr. #208

Portland,

TX

78374

(361)643-5563

Hastings

Steve

P.O.Box 23080

Corpus Christi,

TX

78403

(361)993-6800

(361)884-1632

Hood

Edward

P.O. Box 1147

Portland,

TX

78374

(361)643-1223

(361)776-0637

Klump

Benny

4110 Cork

Corpus Christi,

Tx

78413

(361)814-5073

(361)855-8501

Knolle

Joe

Rt 1 Box 37

Sandia,

TX

78383

(361)547-6021

(361)547-6501

Leonard

Dick

520 S. Chaparrall, #502

Corpus Christi,

TX

78401

(361)888-7964

(361)888-3145

Leonard

Dick

520 S. Chaparrall, #502

Corpus Christi,

TX

78401

(361)888-7964

(361)888-3145

Lewis

Stephen

348 Santa Monica

Corpus Christi,

TX

78411

(361)814-2211

(361)883-3833

Madry

Robert

202 Purl

Corpus Christi,

TX

75402

(361)854-6379

(361)888-8271

Mason

Kirk

3334 Mavis

Corpus Christi,

TX

78411

(361)855-5470

(361)289-6361

Mathis

Barbara

1910 Shores Ln.

Rockport,

TX

78382

(361)729-0027

McCutchon

Michael

203 Jackson Place

Corpus Christi,

TX

78411

(361) 855-8720

(361)883-6211

McLemore

Michael

P.O. Box 90447

San Antonio

TX

78209

(210)822-3533

Mircovich

Rudy

2704 Antelope

Corpus Christi,

TX

78408

(361)883-9525

(361)883-4118

Moore

Bill

1524 N. Water

Corpus Christi,

TX

78401

H

(361)882-8392

Oates

Scott

323 Peerman Pl.

Corpus Christi,

TX

78411

(361)854-3457

(361)883-3115

Last

First

Address

City,

St,

ZIP

Home

Business

Patton

George

2210 Timber Line Dr.

Portland,

TX

78374

(361)643-1151

(361)693-6231

Peal

Sue

326 Naples

Corpus Christi,

TX

78404

(361)888-6108

(361)693-6220

Putnam

Kip

616 Chamberlain

Corpus Christi,

TX

78404

(361)853-4180

Rincon

Richard

1054 Coleman Ave.

Corpus Christi,

TX

78401

(361)883-7959

(361)888-8767

Seago

N.O.

2316 Park Wood

Portland,

TX

78374

(361)643-6751

(361)643-6751

Smith

Brent

2002 Red Oak

Corpus Christi,

TX

78418

(361)939-9428

(361)985-5700

Smith

Mark

6222 Lost Creek Dr.

Corpus Christi,

TX

78413

(361)882-2673

(361)694-5335

Sparrow

Gary

6017 Idylwood

Corpus Christi,

TX

78412

(361)993-0086

(361)643-6882

Spengler

Ed

4514 Silver Hollow

Corpus Christi,

TX

78413

(361)215-7698

(361)289-3368

Stein

Karl

235 Oleander

Corpus Christi,

TX

78404

(361)884-3971

(361)985-6777

Stokes

Brad

462 Troy Dr.

Corpus Christi,

TX

78412

(361)992-4882

(361)882-3839

Taylor

Leroy

5 Hewit Dr.

Corpus Christi,

TX

78404

(361)883-1435

(361)883-6000

Vaughn

Jerry

7026 Tamarron Ct.

Corpus Christi,

TX

78413

(361)850-9377

Veatch

Susan

6017 Idylwood

Corpus Christi,

TX

78412

(361)993-0086

(361)961-2767

Weakly

Doug

517 Coral

Corpus Christi,

Tx

78411

(361)852-7617

Westley

Jesse

209 Bayview

Portland,

TX

78374

(361)643-5554

(361)902-4913

Kennedy

Charles

337 Melrose

Corpus Christi,

TX

78404

(361)887-7079

(361)887-4503


 

Past Members

This is the  list of  members that were active in 1998, but for some reason have not renewed their membership for 1999.  We hope they have not lost interest.  If you know of any these old friends that would still like to be active, but have not received any correspondence, we’d like to hear from them.  Give them a call.  Thanks!

Last

First

Address

City,

St,

ZIP

Home

Business

Bell

John

13750 Primavera

Corpus Christi,

TX

78418

(361)949-7178

(361)888-9201

Binger

Jack

6218 Cornell

Corpus Christi,

TX

78414

 

 

Brock

Scott

2652 Milburn

League City

TX

77573

(281)334-7992

Calvert

Jeff

6301 Meadowvista

Corpus Christi,

TX

78414

(361)980-0127

(361)850-1760

Catlin

Charles

525 Deforrest 

Corpus Christi,

TX

78404

 

 

Ceballos

Miguel

4106 Christie St.

Corpus Christi,

TX

78415

(361)814-0943

(361)883-8366

Coffman

Kelly

P.O. Box 1971

Alice,

TX

78333

 

(361)660-5285

Cook

Kathleen

5814 Sabal Dr.

Corpus Christi,

TX

78414

(361)884-8416

(361)881-8888

Cooper

Joseph

1201 Moore #1402

Portland,

TX

78374

(361)643-7728

(361)776-5759

Corley

Darren

6134 Cumberland

Corpus Christi,

TX

78414

(361)991-2338

(361)993-7071

Cowling

David

202 Reef Ave, #405

Corpus Christi,

TX

78402

(361)888-8907

(361)949-2900

Dinn

Jim

214 Ohio

Corpus Christi,

TX

78404

(361)888-4512

(361)883-2000

Gobar

Robert

7145 Brookedge Ln.

Corpus Christi,

TX

78414

(361)993-6442

(361)289-1884

Guinn

Lee

1717 Ocean Drive

Corpus Christi,

TX

78404

(361)887-1863

(361)886-4154

Hauglum

Tony

401 Santa Monica

Corpus Christi,

TX

78411

(361)853-4002

Hennis

Ann

4763 Ocean Dr.

Corpus Christi,

TX

78412

(361)884-7506

(361)882-6611

Hoepfner

Richard

402 Williamson

Corpus Christi,

TX

78411

(361)857-5711

(361)358-4411

Holan

Ron

333 Baracuda

Corpus Christi,

TX

78411

(361)857-8552

(361)857-2600

Hurlbut

James

P.O. Box 72

Chapman Ranch

TX

78347

(361)814-7535

(361)270-1065

Johnson

Bob

P.O. Box 1457

Corpus Christi,

TX

78403

(361)991-8033

(361)883-7393

King

Al

15301 Mutiny Ct.

Corpus Christi,

TX

78418

(361)949-1204

(361)888-9488

Mason

John

514 Delaine

Corpus Christi,

TX

78411

 

 

Messer

Shawn

 

 

 

 

 

(361)993-8060

Mitchell

Charlie

3317 Leopard

C.C.,

TX

78408

 

 

Moody

Steve

715 Upper S. Brdwy #805

Corpus Christi,

TX

78401

(361)887-0144

(361)883-8800

Moten

Mark

13721 Cayo Cantilles

Corpus Christi,

TX

78418

(361)949-6945

(361)949-6945

Nevill

Bob

1220 Gregory

Taft,

TX

78390

(361)528-2224

(361)528-3356

Parlee

Gerald

321 Cole St.

Corpus Christi.

Tx.

78404

(361)883-8275

(361)887-8557

Pierce

Charles

711 Parkway

Coppell,

Tx.

75019

(214)393-0112

(214)777-1748

Rick

Laure

14325 Emerald St.

Corpus Christi,

TX

78418

(361)949-9845

(361)993-2895

Samo

Duncan

5321 Sugar Creek

Corpus Christi,

TX

78413

(361)993-4280

(361)886-1107

Sherman

Scott

126 Seaview

Corpus Christi,

TX

78411

(361)855-1080

(361)888-9261

Wilson

David

418 Cape Lookout

Corpus Christi,

TX

78412

(361)993-7655

(361)882-7432

Wood

Tom

15206 Main Royal St.

Corpus Christi,

TX

78418

(361)949-0790

(361)949-0790

 

 1999 Racing Schedule

Date (s)

Event

Club

Race Format

May 31 thru June 4

505 North American

 

 

June 12

Starlight Regatta     

BYC

Night / Triangles

June 26, 27

J-24 Circuit Regatta

 

W - L

June 29 thru July 3

Race Week   

CCYC

W - L / Triangles

July 11

Smyth Cup (Youth)

CCYC

 

July 17, 18

Offshore Triangles #1

MORF

Day / Triangles

July 23-25

Banana Boat Regatta (Not yet confirmed)

BYC

?

July 25 thru 30

Optimist North American

 

 

August 7, 8

Navy Days / Navy Challenge

Navy, BYC, CCYC

One Way

August 21, 22

Offshore Triangles #2 

MORF

Day / Triangles

September 4,5

Port Mansfield

RYC

One Way

September 11

Round de’ Bay Mon’

PIYC

 

October 2

Bill Best Night Race 

CCYC

Night / Triangles

October 9

Rockport Seafair Regatta

RYC

One Way

October 16

Port A to Galveston / Offshore #3

MORF

 

October 22

Harvest Moon Regatta

LYC

Offshore Overnight

October 30

Leukemia Cup

CCYC

 

November 6, 7

Jack & Jill Single-Handed

CCYC

 

November 20

Turkey Day Regatta    

BYC

Day / Triangles

December 4

Harbor Lights

City of CC

 

December 11

Frostbite Regatta

CCYC

 

  Denotes Races counting for the MORF Competition Cup & MORF Cup Denotes Bay Yacht Club Top Gun Series Event