Wednesday Luncheon
March 7, Tom Trujillo, Race Officer 
Club member Tom Trujillo is a US Sailing Certified Club Race Officer. He will review the Port of Los Angeles Harbor Cup Regatta sponsored by our Club. He will talk to us about the teams, entries, and the duties required for running Harbor Cup Regatta, Transpac 2019, and other Club sponsored races.

March 14, Sage Marie, current owner, and previous owners will discuss the history of Zapata II.  

Visit the new LAYC website for the rest of the month's event details.

Please call the office to reserve a spot whenever possible to help with planning.
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Terry Hutchinson, Keynote Speaker
Saturday, March 10 Harbor Cup Dinner

Terry Hutchinson is no stranger to the water or the world of racing. At Old Dominion University, he was a four-time All-American and two-time collegiate sailor of the year. He is an eight-time world champion in the J/24, TP 52, Farr 40, and IMS classes, and a winning tactician of the Louis Vuitton Cup. In 2008 and 2014, he was named Rolex Yachtsman of the Year, earning the coveted award on the fourth time he was shortlisted. He's also been part of four America's Cup campaigns. Terry Hutchinson is an eleven-time world champion in the Corel 45, J/24, TP 52, Farr 40 and IMS classes and a winning tactician of the Louis Vuitton Cup. In 2008 and 2014, he was named Rolex Yachtsman of the Year. He has also been part of four America's Cup campaigns. Terry current title is CEO/Skipper of the Bella Mente Quantum Racing syndicate, which will represent the New York Yacht Club's America's Cup 36 challenge.

  Harbor Cup Activity Schedule
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Spectator event times for Harbor Cup

Friday
  1330 Warning signal for first race
  1830 Dinner for Teams, Supporters, and 
Members ($25 members & guests)

Saturday
  1100 Spectator boat departs
  1130 Warning signal for first race
  1730 Cocktails
  1830 Dinner for Teams, Alumni, and Members ($40 Members & Guests)
Sunday
  1100 Spectator Boat Departs
  1130 Warning signal for first race - no starts after 1430
   Trophy presentation after racing finishes
 
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Howland's Landing reservations are a key advantage of joining the club.
Are you on the waiting list for a mooring?
Many members love to take advantage of the mooring reservation service from Memorial Day through Labor Day. But the key to this service is to maintain moorings in the control of club members. To that end, it's important that all our club members at least hold down a spot on the waiting list for moorings. The cost is just $25 to get on the list, and $10 per year to maintain your spot. If your on the list already, please be sure the office knows your status. If not yet, then please apply soon. 
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2019 - 50th Running of the Transpac

To celebrate this event, there's a move afoot to assemble a fleet of Cal 40s to compete in the Transpac race next summer. Stay tuned for more information. Contact the Commodore if you're interested in supporting this movement or would like to help organize.

This Month in Brief
March 9-11: Port of Los Angeles Harbor Cup
March 24: George Griffith Series, Race #1
April 21: George Griffith Series, Race #2
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