Registration for the 38th annual Moffett Race is now open, and closes for receipt of mailed in entries in two short weeks on Sept. If you are entering online, you have until the evening of Sept. There are now even more courses for the race committee to choose from and as always with the Moffett Race, anyone can win! Please go to the following link for online entries, Notice of Race, etc., a 53’ Sparkman & Stephens sloop built in 1935, sailed by Joseph Dockery, led a fleet of 35 classic yachts to win the coveted Ames Cup.
Race Results can be seen at: https://yachtscoring.com/event_results_cumulative.cfm…Here’s a look at some shots from the race and the awards ceremony.https://flipagram.com/f/w11A1Juppv COURSE WILL BE ANNOUNCE BY AM Please join us Friday evening as we welcome our friend, third generation sawyer and recognized authority on Live Oak, Mr. Steve will speak about the significance and use of Live Oak in shipbuilding history and its current status as a species for use in today’s wooden boat building industry.“Mah Jong” is currently in Caribbean waters for the winter. Sail Mah for her latest news, charter information and whereabouts.Please also visit Soundings Magazine online to see images, video, and two recent feature articles on “Mah Jong”, written by our shipwright, Seaver Jones : https:// https:// https://