Jean and Jerry Pattenaude (and their cruising committee) are hosting a cruise to North Carolina in June with multiple destinations and variations. There will be a circumnavigation of the Albemarle Sound for the Sooper Loopers.
RSVP to Jean at firstname.lastname@example.org to let them know you are coming and for information on the cruise. You can also register on the website.
Cruising Itinerary: Summer Cruise I - Sooper Looper.pdf
To celebrate the summer solstice and Sailstice, Joe and Mary Greblunas are hosting a cruise to Fleet's Bay where we will anchor off Pirate's Beach. A Progressive Dinner is planned for Thursday night at a location to be determined once the weather forecast is known. Beach and water activities are planned for the rest of the weekend including a wine tasting and bonfire. If you think you are coming but are not 100% sure you can make it, go ahead and register. Then Mary can update you for all events and keep track of who is coming. Please open the flyer for details on the wine tasting and other events.
2019 BBSA Summer Sailstice Flyer
Name of Cruise or Destination:
Summer Sailstice - Progressive Dinner
Date(s) of Cruise:
Join us for a fun progressive dinner on Thursday. Then Friday and Saturday have fun on Pirates Beach, with special activities, wine tasting, happy hour and a bonfire.
Please contact us by June 13 if you plan to participate in the progressive dinner.
Navigation Local Knowledge:
This is an anchoring cruise
Sergio Diehl and Misty Smith are hosting a multi-destination cruise around the bay including a visit to Solomons Island for 4th of July. This cruise will combine marina visits and anchoring options. It is similar to the Summer Cruise III, which only has marina stops. Note there are some destination variations. Marina reservations should be made early. Contact Sergio for details.
Summer Cruise II - Chesapeake Bay.pdf
John and Mary Bergman & Paul Starosta are hosting an alternate 2 week Summer Cruise of the Chesapeake Bay with no anchoring. It closely parallels Summer Cruise II with some variations in destinations. Because it is a marina cruise, it's important to get your reservations made in advance. Contact John Bergman for details. See the linked documents below.
Tim Dull is hosting a cruise to Cape Charles for 4th of July. The Cape Charles City Marina is full so you can get on a waiting list if you are interested.
Contact Tim for cruise details if you already have a slip reserved.
Cape Charles City Marina - 757 331-2357
Let’s take a short trip to Norfolk Yacht and Country club for their famous sea food buffet. We will spend a long weekend or if you want just a day or two... enjoy their pool, spa, relax and soak up the sun...
email@example.com. ...by July 19th for reservation to dinner and a slip. John will hold a block of ten slips. It is up to the individual cruiser to make the actual reservation.
There is a pool and a restaurant.
Sergio Diehl and Misty Smith are hosting a joint cruise with the Hampton Yacht Club Power Boat Cruisers to Oyster Farm Marina for the Shuck & Suck weekend. Slips will be available in City Marina as well. Make your reservations early.
Oyster Farm at Kings Creek (Cape Charles)
Come and show some Norfolk Tides pride with a home town ball game.... by boat or land yacht, enjoy peanuts or crackerjacks with a hot dog and cold beer while the Tides knock it out of the park..... don’t forget your ball glove for that foul ball.... that just may win you a special prize....
Norfolk Tides Game – Hospital Point Anchorage
757 729 1990
Come by land or sea to downtown Norfolk to see the Norfolk Tides baseball team play a game. We will take the ferry from Portsmouth around 6 PM with the expected game start at 7.
Please contact us by July 19 if you plan to join this exciting cruise. You will need to get your tickets for the game from John.
Anchor at Hospital Point
Head ashore to enjoy the Norfolk Tides playing baseball.
Jean and Jerry Pattenaude are hosting a cruise to Fleets Bay / Pirates Beach for an anchoring weekend for Labor Day. Water games, cookouts, beach party, swimming will all be part of this fun family oriented trip.
Jim and Sue Currie are hosting a cruise to Chisman Creek for an anchoring weekend. Hopefully the weather will be a little cooler by that time.
Jonathan Romero is hosting a cruise to downtown Norfolk for the Grand Illumination parade. Hot toddies and hot crock pot soups and stews are welcome additions for the slightly chilly cruisers.
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