Charles Nethersole, a professional captain, will give an account of what happened one fateful night in November, 2016 aboard Leopard, a 57-foot Chris White-design Atlantic Catamaran. The free presentation will take place at the Camden Yacht Club, 68 Bay View St., Wednesday, July 25, from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Click this link to see the full schedule of cruise ships docking at the Public Landing in Rockland this summer.
2018 Cruise ship schedule
Judy Bernier has raced with community boating on the Charles River. She is interested in racing and cruising. firstname.lastname@example.org 617-291-0445
Joe LeVigne has taken an Apprenticeshop sailing course. He is interested in racing and cruising. email@example.com 491-0496
Kip and Kathi Cleaver have owned a 30′ catamaran and now have a Com-Pac 23. They have extensive cruising experience on Long Island Sound and Florida. They are interested in mostly day sailing cruises. firstname.lastname@example.org 774-286-9107
Tim Woodworth has skippered the Sabre 28 VOYAGEUR in Rockland for 10+ years. He has done extensive cruising in Pen Bay and Down East, the Maine Rocks Race 2015, and the ARC Caribbean 1500, and is a former Outward Bound Instructor. email@example.com 207-230-9715
Pippa Stanley is working for a boatbuilder, and is interested in racing and cruising. She has done some dinghy sailing. firstname.lastname@example.org 449-0778
Jeff Harrop is a beginner at sailing, currently taking classes at the Apprenticeshop. He is interested in racing or cruising. email@example.com 202-445-0763
Janet Martucci has sailed with friends on a 42′ replica cargo ship, a pinky schooner and briefly owned a leaky Lightning she sailed once. She loves the water but has little experience, follows instructions. firstname.lastname@example.org 845-2857
Albert Diran has a S&S Yawl, is looking for crew to sail with a spinnaker in the Camden Classic Regatta.
Check out the summer cruise schedule under Club Cruises. Kevin and Frederique O’Keeffe are coordinating our summer cruise — watch for emails from them, or simply send them your ideas. I’ve also started a new feature under Club Cruises, called “Favorite Harbors” — write up a description of your favorite harbor, send it to me, and I’ll post it!
Thinking of pulling into Lincolnville? Do it!
We easily picked up a mooring and went ashore for a nice lunch at McLaughlin’s. There is ample dinghy tie-up at the dock adjoining the ferry terminal. The mooring field shallows rapidly from 60 to 15 feet; best to grab the big yellow mooring that says, “be our guest.” Information in the “Cruising Guide” is a little outdated.
Some new fees are in place at the park. Campsites are $14, Firewood $5 and moorings are $20; all payable on the honor system. There is a canister on the shore-end of the gangway.
The itinerary for this year’s Week-long Cruise is now in existence. Please click on the event tab in our calendar.
View the itinerary on the event (see calendar)
Questions call Jim Easton or Bruce Krause