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SS-SSS is supposed to be a social series.  That is a tongue in cheek remark because if you are sitting on the Lily E during a start you are aware that it is a competitive series.  We have had a pretty stable race committee group for many years, but things change and this year the A-team had to find two new members.  I am very happy that Craig Depies and Karen Stevens have decided to join us.  I have been doing race committee for 32 years.  I hope to be able to continue in this capacity, but one never knows.  We need more people to take an interest in this phase of Sail-Race and serve on the race committee.   

Traditionally we have been able to resolve a lot of problems at the bar following the race.  If it is possible, please come up with a solution other than protest.  In the case of damage from a collision, I know this is not possible.  However, I hope this can continue and that we do not get so competitive that we lose all sense of what the Wednesday night series was designed to accomplish………..having fun on the Lake. 

Numbers on the jib and spinnaker are important and have to be there and correspond to the number on the main.  When you are sailing at us to the finish line with a Jib and main, we usually do not see the main till you have finished.  This can cause a lot of confusion and mistakes.  One of the race committee crew is always the spotter and they give me the numbers of the boats in the order in which they think they will finish.  If I do not have this information it can get very confusing when several boats are finishing within seconds and I have to record both the sail number and the time.  So if you want a finish, get your correct numbers on the jib and spinnaker!

We did manage to get in 2 races during the Spring Series.   If you have not gotten your flag, please see me before, or after the race, so I am not carrying them around all season.  The results of those races are listed below.


Section 1


First Place


Jim Kelly

Second Place


Peter Engel

Third Place

Tango in Blue

Rick Trisco

Fourth Place


Hayes Family

Fifth Place


Richard Hobbs


Section 2


First Place


Chris Moll

Second Place


Todd Stansfield

Third Place


Greg Hyland

Fourth Place


Jim Baker

Fifth Place

Special Sauce

Jerry Kedziora


Section 3


First Place


Mark Ernst

Second Place


Dave Wehnes

Third Place

Raggedy Ann

Tom Foley

Fourth Place


Michael Emery

Fifth Place

Second Chance

Steve Smiley


Section 4


First Place


Hans Schlimbach

Second Place

Nature's Touch

Peter David

Third Place


Dick Pfoertsch

Fourth Place

Locke Ness II

Ferguson Locke

Fifth Place

Lone Rhino

Paul Dondero


Section 5


First Place

Dream Catcher

Steve Guhl

Second Place


John Liebenstein

Third Place

Kindred Spirit

Karl Krueger

Fourth Place

French Toast

Tom Seegert

Fifth Place (tie)

My Darlin'

Toni Buck

Fifth Place (tie)

19th Hole

Tom & Don Czaplicki

See you on the line!


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Sailing and Racing

SailboatsIf you are interested in sailing, and more specifically racing, there are ample opportunities to join one of our racing fleets, or to crew on one of the boats in those fleets.  The women's fleet races on Mondays, small boats race on Tuesdays.  Big boats race on Wednesdays and Saturdays.  And the double handed fleet races on Fridays.

You can learn more about the various racing fleets by clicking here.  And the racing schedule (for all fleets) is available here.


PowerboatOur power boaters are active fishermen.  An annual fishing contest is held in July.  

In addition, our power boaters host a number of events, usually on Thursdays as well as many weekends.

Click here for additional information.


KaszubeCupSSYC offers sailing lessons and a year-round program for children ages 8 - 18.  We offer a six-week series of lessons in Opti's, 420's and Lasers.  Our juniors attend a number of regattas throughout the summer, and host one of thelargest regattas on Lake Michigan, the Kaszube Cup.

Click here to learn more about the Junior program, and here to find out more about the Kaszube Cup regatta.

Social Activities

PartyThe restaurant is open every Friday for lunch and dinner.  

The Entertainment Committee hosts various parties, including:

  • St. Patrick's Day
  • Disco Night
  • Kentucky Derby
  • Review of the Fleet
  • Corn Roast
  • Change of Watch
  • New Year's Eve

and many other, less formal, events throughout the year.

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