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For those who want to make an artistic or advertising statement on a spinnaker, UK Sailmakers has several options to offer. We have suppliers who can photo-print onto spinnaker cloth, paint images on spinnaker cloth, create adhesive lettering, or for simple images, we can “inlay” an image made out of colored spinnaker cloth. For many years spinnaker inlays were the only method decorating spinnakers. Modern inks and printers allow for much more detailed images. Talk to your local loft to see about adding a picture, logo or design on your next spinnaker.

This Elan 310, has the image of the Briton warrior queen Boudica. In 60 AD she led an uprising against the Romans who had invaded England. Her troops forced the Romans out of several towns across Wales and England, including Londinium, which later became London. As a result, Boudica is an important cultural symbol in the United Kingdom. Her fierceness on the race course must be respected.

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Aaron Hall at Signet Marine filling in for Martin Ball (MJB Marine) Serviced a great job last week "Jaguar" a Johnson 58 custom made for Phillip in Taiwan this 20 year boat looks like it bran new! Check out those Caterpillar 3176 believe 340HP each and look at this engine room..... took 23 gl. of oil on this bad boy.... Cabrillo Beach Yacht ClubCabrillo BeachCabrillo MarinaCabrillo Way MarinaLos Angeles Yacht Club LAYCLong Beach Yacht ClubLong Beach Yacht ClubOfficial Site of Shoreline Yacht ClubPowerboats ^_^Aaron HallNew Cabrillo Boat Shopcabrilloboatshop@Mmi MarineSouthern California ConservativesCabrillo MarinaCatalina IslandCoKing Harbor Yacht Club
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Aaron Hall with Signet Marine is taking charge over Martin Ball's diesel engine repairs and service in the South Bay. Here is another Back Cove 33 "Kaholo" out of King Harbor Yacht Club with a Cummins QSB5.9 main engine and Kohler Generator.... Just check out this engine compartment, plenty of natural lighting and loads of space to work. Even got that small zinc on the unserviceable side of the generator you cant even see or touch good to be a "jockey" mechanic for this job... King Harbor Yacht ClubCabrillo Beach Yacht ClubLong Beach Yacht ClubLos Angeles Yacht Club LAYCAlamitos Bay Yacht Club ~ ABYC is the Place to BeCabrillo Way MarinaSailing WorldSailing and CruisingPOWERBOATSCabrillo Beach Yacht Club@backcove33@redondobeachyachtclub@marinedieselmechanics@
Here is a perfect example where a flatter and/or smaller spinnaker would allow this Farr 395 to sail under greater control. This full-sized, running spinnaker, is making the boat heel to the edge of control. In higher winds, the wind angle for a running spinnaker is very narrow, between 147-162° true angle. Any deeper and the sail is unstable; any higher and the boat heels too much. A flatter A3 is usable on most boats between 140-157° true angle in winds over 20 knots. Another option for strong winds is to have a small spinnaker that flies off the fractional-height halyard.

After I wrote this post, I sent it to Geoff Bishop of UK Sailmakers Fremantle, Western Australia. The Farr 395 GIDDY UP shown in the photo is owned by James Halvorsen, one of Bishop's customers. Not wanting to create problems, Geoff ran this article idea past Halvorsen who said, “That picture was taken during a social race where we only took one asymmetrical for the day sail. Sure enough, for five minutes we were caught out with too much sail.” Geoff went on to say, “But the good news is GIDDY UP had blown out their A3 in the Exmouth race earlier this year and Halverson still haven’t placed the order for the replacement, so he thought the article was a very good reminder to order a new sail.” This post was a win, win all around.

Distance and coastal racing require different skills than windward leeward races. Many sailors like that maneuvers can happen slower and there is less need for a full complement of crew when not sailing faster paced 1-2 mile windward leewards. But to distance race well, your sail inventory has to be increased to cover for different reaching angles at a greater range of wind speeds. Therefore, reaching spinnakers, Code Zeros and staysails will greatly improve your distance racing results. And as James Halvorsen will tell you, the longer you are on the water, the greater the chance you have of being “caught out.”

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Aaron Hall has taken over for Martin Ball MJB Marine. Signet Marine now is offering Diesel services in the upper Cabrillo Marina! This was a great little service job for Gordon and Michele Miller Cabrillo Beach Yacht Club it's a Acaida 32 powered with Yanmar 6 cylinder 6LYA-STP Looks like the raw water pump is next! Signet Marine Cabrillo Way Marina Los Angeles Yacht Club LAYCLong Beach Yacht ClubNew Cabrillo Boat ShopSailing World@Hollidayharbormarina@shorelineyachtclub
These two 50-footers are Ruby d'eau, a Beneteau Oceanis 55, and Scarlet Fever, a Jeanneau Sun Oddesey 509. Scarlet Fever won its California Yacht Club's Pacific Cup cruising class division by 40 seconds over the equally-rated Ruby d'eau. Both boats sport all UK Sailmakers inventories, including X-Drive Carbon mainsail and headsails, Tri-Radial Code 0's and Matrix A2's.

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Operating as usual

06/16/2023

We are thrilled that SailGP is coming to Los Angeles! Los Angeles Yacht Club Members LAYC

04/28/2023

Friday Night May 5!

04/23/2023

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04/18/2023

Griffith Series
The westerly enabled most of the competitors to lay the harbor entrance without tacking and from there they were off on a strong downwind leg. A welcome addition to the fleet was Bill Lee’s classic sled, MERLIN, who came out as the scratch boat. The long beat from Island Chaffee back up the harbor proved eventful with the fleet gradually compressing as they approached the finish line. First home was the beautiful Cal 40 MYSTIC. The fight for second was one for the ages. PARTICIPANT was coming in strong on starboard from a long way out, but to leeward moving considerably quicker was MERLIN. PARTICIPANT was clearly laying the finish, but MERLIN would need to tack onto port to cross the line. Everyone on the signal boat pulled out phones and started taking pictures as this had to be very close. About four boat lengths below the line MERLIN made her final tack onto port to cross the line, but PARTICIPANT, already in the zone, was closing on the line and it was unlikely that there would be space to allow MERLIN to tack to starboard for the final few feet at the line. MERLIN executed a very clean duck behind PARTICIPANT’S stern, swinging back up to close hauled and then shooting the line.

04/08/2023

Time to buy your tickets to Shrimp Feed!

Photos from Los Angeles Yacht Club LAYC's post 12/16/2022

Term II

Women on Water (WoW) at LAYC in Los Angeles County – Sail Sport Talk 12/13/2022

Women on Water (WoW) at LAYC in Los Angeles County – Sail Sport Talk

Women on Water (WoW) at LAYC in Los Angeles County – Sail Sport Talk Women on Water (WoW) at LAYC in Los Angeles County December 13, 2022 | No Comments Today Karen Lile is interviewing Commodore Kelly Marie and Women on the Water Chair Sue Tholtz from the Los Angeles Yacht Club – one of the most historically significant organizations in Southern California, establi...

Photos from Los Angeles Yacht Club LAYC's post 08/18/2022

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New Events Added

Timeline photos 08/08/2022

Meet (virtually) Kirsten Neuschafer – Solo Navigator/Competitor – 30,000 miles Golden Globe Race 2022 -

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LAYC Upcoming Events and Races - New Events Added!

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Upcoming Events and Races

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Upcoming events and races

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06/15/2022

Join us this Saturday June 18th for Karaoke Night!!

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Congratulations to our winners last weekend!
1st Place - Molly O'Brien (Liebchen)
2nd Place- Liz Hopkins ( Pazuzu)
3rd Place- James Eddy (Callisto)

Photos from Los Angeles Yacht Club LAYC's post 05/18/2022

Opening Day was a success! Thank you for all the members who attended and making the event so special!
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Timeline photos 05/12/2022

Timeline photos

We are so thankful to all the Race Volunteers who make NOSA possible! You have made the last 75 years possible and looking forward to doing it again soon!

Photo: Lisa Bronitt

Cal Maritime Repeats at L.A. Harbor Cup 03/25/2022

Cal Maritime Repeats at L.A. Harbor Cup

Cal Maritime Repeats at L.A. Harbor Cup Cal Maritime set the tone for the Los Angeles Harbor Cup-California Maritime Academy Invitational Intercollegiate Regatta, logging the first bullet.

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Los Angeles Yacht Club®

The purpose of the Club is to promote good fellowship among its members and to encourage, guide, and develop the sport of racing sailboats and cruising vessels of all types. The purpose of the club has expanded in recent years to include passing on the tradition of excellence, knowledge, and nautical safety as well to the broader community.

Beginning in 1901, with the name South Coast Yacht Club, Los Angeles Yacht Club® has evolved from an inner harbor outpost for yachting enthusiasts, to a modern-day, family centered organization. LAYC® is a great jumping off point to our exclusive Howland’s Landing facility at the west end of Catalina. We provide a great social environment for friendship and camaraderie with fellow yachtsmen and their families.

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285 Whalers Walk
Los Angeles, CA
90731

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Tuesday 9am - 2pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 9:30pm
Saturday 9am - 6:30pm
Sunday 9am - 6:30pm

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