More Early-Bird Winners Announced!
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Aa part of their generous support, Summer Sailstice Gold Sponsors, Navionics and American Sailing Association (ASA) have provided great prizes for this year's Sailstice sailors and we're giving some away as 'Early-bird' prizes.
In our last newsletter we offered 6 x Navionics+ 2GB Charts and 5 x ASA Sailing Challenge Apps, just for being signed up and ready to sail for Summer Sailstice 2018!
Here are the lucky winners:
Scott and Carol Hibbard are looking forward to practicing their docking skills aboard 'TOE TIME', their Catalina 25 Tall Rig, on Lake Michigan.
Joe Greblunas will be sailing 'Tiki Rose' to celebrate with the HYC & BBSA at the 2018 Summer Sailstice Progressive Dinner.
Rj Shulenburg is excited to cruise the Chesapeake for at least a week... "As the wind blows and work permits" aboard his Beneteau 393.
Patrick Paddy O'Donnell is sailing his Whitby 42 'Rita T' on Harrington Sound, Bermuda.
Celeste Crissey, a member of the Windjammers Sailing Club, will sail her Ranger Sloop 'Witchcraft' on Long Island Sound, NY.
Patti Day is planning to join the WSA-OC event in Southern California aboard 'Gypsea Girl' a Catalina 27.
Deb M sails with the Northwest Sailing Association and is excited to have won the ASA Sailing Challenge App...
"Yippee! Thank you for the prize!"
Deb began sailing 15 years ago by taking classes with the volunteer sailing organization, Sail Chicago, and is now a competent and active sailor. "I mainly sail out of Lake Michigan harbors although I did do a charter trip in the British Virgin Islands one year with a group of sailing friends and met my sailing partner who I sailed with for 10 years after that."
These days Deb sails with the Northwest Sailing Association out of Arlington Heights, Illinois and last year joined the Jeaneau Rendezvous from Waukegan Harbor, Illinois to Holland, Michigan overnight.
"It was amazing!!!!"
Tim Beacham is looking forward to sailing his Hobie Cat 16 off of the Dunedin Causeway in the Inner Coastal, or out through Hurricane Pass into the Gulf of Mexico.
Gayle Booth will be aboard her Sloop Columbia, 'Penny Lane' on Kenosha Harbor, WI. Gayle is also a member of the Northwest Sailing Association.
Bryan Sarberb is all set to enjoy the simplicity of sailing his Melges 17 / E Scow 'Chicken Butt' in Indianapolis.
Doug Nelson will be sailing his Pearson 386 'Cheerio' on the Gulf of Maine.
Congratulations to all our winners!