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2022 Oktoberfest Regatta

Hope to see you at the Oktoberfest Regatta on Nagawicka October 8th and 9th.

Open to the following classes: Vanguard 15, Melges 15, Laser, 420 and MC Scow.

 

2022 Commodore's Cup!

Pictures from this past Saturday's Commodore's Cup Race that was run by Sharon.  Herb and Mary helped with Boat 2, and it was a beautiful day.  Sharon awarded fabulous prizes to all.  In the event you'd like to post them to the website, there were

  • Hardee Weiler -1st Place
  • Bob Aulk - 2nd Place
  • Caleigh Cleary and her boyfriend - 3rd Place

Letter from the Commodore

8-22-22
Dear NLYC members,

Congratulations to Peter Keck and his crew Ben Porter for winning not only the ILYA C boat Invitational Regatta on our lake in July but also winning the ILYA Championship Regatta on Lake Geneva, which took place August 17-21!  Well done, Peter and Ben.  

We congratulate Kaeli Bohman/ Rayray Kaminski, Matt Nigel/Jax  Kaminski and Bri Bohman/Kenyon Rasmussen for outstanding regatta finishes and for sailing in the Class X Blue Chip (regatta of champions).  Also, congratulations to Arden Michels, Connor Pingel and Lilly Wolf for doing very well in Opti regattas.

Sailing school had their Awards dinner August 8 with many kids and parents attending.  We had a record number of children who learned to sail or improved their racing skills this summer and quite a few who participated in youth regattas.  

I have been asked to remind our members of some club rules/protocol about use of the facilities and piers.  

- Children under 5 years of age MUST wear a life jacket when on club property.  

- Guests must be accompanied by a member and should not be at the club otherwise.  

- When sailing school is in session, especially during the Opti classes, boaters should avoid being near and not tie up at the north pier.  Swimmers should stay out of the way of boats returning to the piers and should probably get out of the water or swim inside the “L” of the south pier.  Many of the beginners are not yet skilled enough to avoid obstacles like people in the water.  Use common sense.

- The ramp in front of the club is for our Optis and kayak/paddle boarders.  Please be considerate when the little kids are putting their boats in or out or classes are being held.

- Club rentals have been more frequent this year.  Renters, club members ARE allowed to use the club/property during your rental time and members should be considerate of whoever is renting the facilities.

Although summer is drawing to a close, we still have several events to experience, including:

  • Our regularly scheduled club races continue through Labor Day.
  • The Annual Meeting is Sunday, September 4, followed by a meal.  All members are invited and each membership is allowed one vote.  We will be sending out reports by email prior to the meeting for your review and summarizing them at the meeting.  Important business of the club will be discussed and new Board members will be elected at this meeting.
  • The Fall Classic MC regatta will be September 17 & 18.  The Oktoberfest regatta is October 8 & 9.  Watch for notice of opportunities to volunteer.
  • The Trophy Banquet will be September 24.

And there is more.  Check your calendar and watch for announcements in your email.

Enjoy the rest of the summer,
Sharon Kraklow
Commodore

2022 ILYA Inland

Congratulation to N-181, Peter Keck and Ben Porter on winning the C ILYA INLAND this weekend!

2022 ILYA C Scow Invitational

Congratulation to N-181, Peter Keck and Ben Porter on winning the C ILYA Invitational this weekend!


N-525 Jack & Katie Behrend came in 8th overall!

Nagawicka had a total of 11 racers this regatta. 
See full results here:
 

Club member, Michelle Kujawski, was able to be on the race course Saturday morning and got some amazing photos from the ILYA C Invite.   See her full gallery here:

X Blue Chip Qualifiers

NLYC X sailors take first (Kaeli Bohman with crew Rayray Kaminski and  second (Matt Nigel with crew Jax Kaminski) places at the Quint regatta qualifying them for the X Blue Chip on Cedar!

 

Bri Bohman and Kenyon Rasmussen are Blue Chip bound after the Inland on Clear Lake!

Welcome New Members!

Pam & Randy Brzezinski
Marci & Craig Burkhart
Peter & Jodi Butzer
Jen and John Davis
Jessica & Christopher Driscoll
Todd Flemming
Jim & Christine Foskett
Will Johnston
Gregg and Nelly Gilman
Louise Hermsen
Morgan Keck
Steve and Aimee Klundt
Jason & Nadia Koepke
Gerald & Kathleen MacDougall
Matthew Moylan
Kent and Kimberly Steele
David Stephens
Jean and Tony Stevens
Lyn and Mike Tyler

NLYC Swag

 

Interested in purchasing logo clothing items, burgees, tankards or memorial bricks?  Check out our NAG SWAG page!

 

2022 Membership Renewal Link is live!

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Opti No Tears

On July 25th, our Opti racers were on Lake Beulah.   Connor took 3rd in the Junior Fleet, Lilly took 4th in the Senior Fleet.   Coach Marge gave them great pointers on how to sail on Beulah, since that is where she grew up racing.  

Welcome to Nagawicka Lake Yacht Club!

Nagawicka Lake Yacht Club was established in 1895 exclusively for sailboats. We are based on the shore of Nagawicka Lake in Delafield and Hartland, Wisconsin with a quaint lake-side club house. The club has an active membership that are involved in sailing for pleasure and competition with a racing program that has over 80 races scheduled each season. Our club races Opti, X Boat, 420's, MC Scow, C Scow and E Scow. A range of instructional programs are offered to both adults and children for the experienced or novice sailor. The atmosphere is friendly and informal. Today, the fine facilities, excellent racing program and frequent club social activities combine to offer a wholesome family experience.
 

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