Greetings cruisers! Next up on the cruise calendar this year is Junior Staff Commodore Steve Moffett’s Journey to Catalina cruise, scheduled for July 9-12. This cruise was originally scheduled to journey to San Diego, but due to COVID-19, we will enjoy a trip to beautiful Catalina. The cruise will start Wednesday, July 8, in Avalon, where we will stay for two nights. Then we will head to the Isthmus for two nights. You can easily join for any part of this cruise. Come be part of this fun-filled journey!
Clambake comes up next, Aug. 14-16, with a new twist. We have decided to hold Clambake at BCYC this year. And to make it more interesting, we are combining Closing Night, Opening Day and Clambake into one amazing weekend. All members can attend, with or without a boat. Friday will start off with our Closing Night ceremony, followed with a traditional clambake dinner (including clams, of course). The festivities will continue Saturday wth the 2020 BCYC Opening Day ceremonies and famous dock parties. This will be a members-only event, so come greet old faces and meet some new members. Opening Day is my favorite event at BCYC and should not be missed! Then on Sunday, Aug. 16, come one and all for Clambake activities like build-your-boat, limbo contest and other games. We will finish our weekend with a traditional luau complete with a pig roast and hula competition. We ask everyone interested in participating in the competition to brush up on your hip-swinging skills. Come dressed in your best luau attire to win a prize. So you see, there is no excuse for anyone to miss Closing Night/Opening Day/Clambake this year as we have made it easy for all to attend! We look forward to seeing you there.
As the season continues, we plan on having at least one pop-up cruise, so stay tuned. Summer is cruising time, so come join us on a cruise. As you can see, we have a lot going on.
Cruising, Rolf and Ronda Rolnicki