DAY SAIL INFO
Ongoing activities include day sails, monthly club meetings with refreshments and special presentations, monthly happy hours and skipper’s committee meetings. The calendar below represents a generic monthly schedule. Apart from skipper’s committee meetings, these activities are open to all members. If you are interested in participating in any given activity, please follow the appropriate procedure listed below the calendar.
Please click on the below link to read the reflections from one of our Skippers, Terry Miles, about the "Joys of Day Sailing":
Rules of Etiquette Aboard the Hiatus
Making Day Sail Reservations
If you leave a voice mail message always include your phone number, and do not consider the reservation firm until you have spoken to the skipper. If you later need to cancel, do so as soon as you know. Please always exercise the courtesy of formally cancelling. Please confirm your reservation with the skipper the week of the sail. Skippers must maintain manageable crew sizes.
Skipper’s Schedule and Phone Numbers:
949-525-1226 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday Skipper: Wayne Carlson
Wednesday Skipper: Jeff Sadler
Thursday Skipper: Terry Miles
Friday Skipper: Paul Davis
Saturday Skipper: Lloyd Chase
Please note: Lloyd is the Club’s Commodore. He owns his own boat, La Chasse; the same make and model as the Hiatus (Catalina 30). He welcomes anyone to sail with him. If you sail with Lloyd, you will sign a waiver form for his boat only.
Reserve Skipper: Jim Updike
Reserve Skipper: Susan Obermiller
Reserve Skipper: Pat Rojek
Day Sail Information
Yacht Club members in good standing may invite guests to accompany them on day-sails with the following requirements:
Skipper for the sail must agree IN ADVANCE that space for the guest(s) is available on the requested day. As a matter of courtesy, plan to give the skipper at least a week’s notice if you want to bring guest(s). Understand that space on day sails is limited and members have priority.
Guests must sign our Hold Harmless Agreement before the sail and they must follow directions of the skipper during the sail. If the skipper requires that they wear a Personal Flotation Device, the guest must comply.
There is no charge to the guest for the sail, MEMBERS are encouraged to donate to the Hiatus maintenance fund, the usual and customary donation from the MEMBER is $20 per guest, per sail.
Getting to the Boat