Zeb, Bryor, Kenzie, & Kyle
at the I-LYA Junior Sailing Championships this week at Put-in-Bay
SUPPORT THE JUNIORS AND DISPLAY YOUR PRIDE IN BLYC
Available for purchase at the BLYC bar!
Waterproof BLYC Phone Case
BLYC License Plate
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Take Part in a Virtual Junior Olympic Festival Challenge
Are your sailors missing the USA Junior Olympic Festivals this summer? Please check out our Virtual Junior Olympic Festival online with US Sailing and share with your members.
There are four festive challenges that sailors can virtually participate in and share. Registration to participate is FREE to all current members and is open NOW!
The event closes August 4, 2020 with a virtual celebration and awards ceremony scheduled for August 7.
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SUPPORT THE JUNIORS
DISPLAY YOUR PRIDE
DRY BAGS (5L)
Red, Blue, or Black
(Bag & Decal)
Junior Sailing Camps Expanded for 2020
NEW CAMPS are being offered!!! Coaches Susannah and Katy Schroeder are expanding the camp offerings this summer (See Below). Also, we are increasing Class Size to 15 Sailors.
Online Registration is already open for the Beginners camps in June. Registration for the new classes will be up on Monday May 18. Fees are not due until the first day of camp and are $200 for Members and $300 for non-Members.
We are working to create a safe, fun and educational experience for all of our sailors and will follow the guidelines mandated by the State listed here. https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/static/responsible/Day-Camps.pdf
June 29 – July 2 (4 days)
Must be at least 12 years of age
The news the past few weeks has been tough on our youth sailors at the Club. Junior Bay Week has been cancelled for 2020 and at least the first half of the Travelers Series has been cancelled as well. But…
DO NOT DESPAIR!
We’re going to race right here at Buckeye Lake this year. As a part of the weekly Sunday Series, we are including a “Juniors Dinghy Fleet” open to all youth sailors under the age of 21 – Optimist, Laser, 420*, FJ* – race the dinghy you’re comfortable in or want to learn more about and you can compete for your very own “BLYC Junior Championship” Trophy (details to be determined). All boats will be handicapped using Portsmouth Yardstick calculations.
* guidelines are still being evaluated. It is possible that only singlehanded boats will be allowed