Moorings at the Huntington Yacht Club
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I was away last week and heard that someone tried to get a mooring at The
Huntington yacht club.
I do not know if they were OCC, Tartan Group members, Amel group members, or
just cruising acquaintances.
They were of the impression that moorings and slips were free at they knew
me. Please make a note that the moorings at the Huntington Yacht Club are
$40 per night and a slip is $3- a foot per night.
Port officer Huntington Long Island New York.
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Subject: OCC June E-mail List Newsletter
JUNE 2006 MONTHLY ELECTRONIC MAIL NEWSLETTER
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TOTAL PRODUCT RECALL - PAINS WESSEX IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
PAINS WESSEX ANNOUNCES TOTAL RECALL OF ALL white collision
warning (MK7) hand flares, Item No. 52651
Following investigations carried out after an incident in which a
member of the public was injured, Pains Wessex has announced a
total recall of all its Pains Wessex White Collision Warning
(MK7) Hand Flares Item No 52651.
No Red (MK7) Hand Flares nor any other Pains Wessex products are
being recalled. The recall does not affect Pains Wessex Australia
Aurora Hand Flares.
Pains Wessex has identified that there may be a risk that some of
these white flares will not fire as intended. All white flares
are therefore being recalled as a safety precaution.
Additionally, this total recall will allow us to bring these
products into our continuing investigation.
The Pains Wessex White Collision Warning (MK 7) Hand Flare Item
No 52651 is sold on its own and is also contained as a part of
the Collision Warn-Off Kit and the ORC RORC Distress Kit.
Customers with in-date Pains Wessex White Collision Warning (MK7)
Hand Flares Item No 52651 are requested not to use the flare, and
to return it immediately to the place of purchase where the
purchase price will be refunded. If unable to return the flare to
the place of purchase, customers may take the flare to their
Customers with out-of-date Pains Wessex White Collision Warning
(MK7) Hand Flares Item No 52651 should contact Pains Wessex on
To assist its customers with this recall, Pains Wessex has set up
a help line during office hours on +44(0)2392 623962 or the
company can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more press information please contact ADPR Ltd, Tel +44 (0)
1935 826451, Mob +44 (0) 797 1019377 or email
USA(SE) WELCOMES SPRING ON THE CHESAPEAKE - 4-7 JUNE
Jim and Pepper McHutchison have put together a great OCC SPRING
CRUISE for all members who will be in the Chesapeake
June 4 - 7. We will assemble on Sunday, June 4th, in Dun Cove on
Harris Creek just north of Knapp's Narrows (38deg. 44.8N,
76deg.21.1W). Launches will transport us to a welcoming dinner at
Harrison's, Tilghman Island ($30/person). Monday evening we'll
rendezvous on the Wye River for a raft-up. Tuesday we visit
Baltimore's Inner Harbor (39deg.17N, 76deg.36.7W) anchoring near
square-rigger U.S.S. Constellation or mooring in Henderson's
marina at Fells Point and having dinner ashore. Tours of Fort
McHenry of "Star-Spangled Banner" fame will be available. The
finale will be Wednesday afternoon at Gibson Island Yacht
Squadron's clubhouse for a barbecue - a really nice way to
celebrate spring sailing. Contact Jim and Pepper at 410 745 6223
or at Jemchutch@aol.com to let them know you're coming, please.
The traditional pre-Boat Show rendezvous at Mear's Marina, Back
Creek, Annapolis will be on Wednesday, October 4th and John
Koedel is once again hosting the Piankatank Fall Rendezvous at
Fishing Bay Yacht Club on Jackson Creek
(37deg.32.622N, 76deg.19.281W) on October 13-15, 2006. Mark your
calendars, all you cruisers from far and near--you'll find
Chesapeake Bay a delightful place to stretch the sailing
season! - Fred Hallett, R/C USA(SE)
REGALIA IN THE UNITED STATES (5/2006)
After working with a website designer, OCC regalia will be easier
to purchase on-line. Located at www.IM-Embroidery.com, the new
"shopping cart" makes it possible to select items and pay by
credit card or cash using PayPal. Orders are sent directly to
Gary and Greta, are processed within 48 hours or less, and,
depending on the item and personalization, are shipped within 24
hours of order completion.
Persons not using credit card or PayPal can still place an order
on-line; however, payment in the form of a check or a money order
should be mailed to IM Embroidery, P.O. Box 3214, Norfolk,
Virginia 23514 at the time of the order. Shipments are not made
until payment is received.
Gary and Greta offer a wide range of regalia items, including the
much sought after burgee. These durable nylon burgees are
reinforced at the tip of the fly making them less susceptible to
wind damage. They currently offer 18 and 24 inch burgees, an 18
inch house flag and the Port Officer flag. They also can
customize clothing orders well beyond the items pictured on the
If you have any questions, either give them a call at
email at email@example.com
HALLOWEEN RALLY AT BEAUFORT, NORTH CAROLINA (6/2006)
The second annual Halloween Rally at Beaufort, NC, will take
place on October 28-29, 2006. We will meet on the Beaufort
waterfront on the afternoon of Saturday the 28th, have some
cocktails and then dinner. On Sunday the 29th we will take a
day cruise to Cape Lookout Bight and back, weather permitting.
Questions, contact Jon Roop Port Officer, Beaufort, NC USA
firstname.lastname@example.org or +1-252-725-0209
TOBY BAKER (Rear Commodore, USA Northeast) (04/2006)
Rear Commodore USA (NE) Toby Baker announces the details of the
Maine Rally which will be held at Southwest Harbor, Maine on July
21, 2006 at the home of Roving Rear Commodores Nancy & George
Marvin at 10 Seascape Way. The venue includes wine, beer, soft
drinks, dinner and dessert, beginning at 1700 hours. Cost is $25
per person, $10 for children under 14. For those arriving by boat
transportation will be provided for the approximately 2 mi to
their house. Pick-up will be at the Manset Town Dock and will
commence at 1630 and those who will require transportation should
so indicate with their reservation. Despite what guide books may
indicate, anchoring is permitted in Southwest Harbor but do not
anchor in the fairway leading to the head of the harbor. Moorings
are available from the Harbormaster (VHF 16/09) or Hinckley's
(call Hinckley Dock on VHF 10) and dockage is available from
Dysart's Great Harbor Marina (207-244-0117). For those arriving
by car, directions will be provided upon request. Additionally,
George & Nancy are requesting volunteers arriving by car to help
shuttle the boat people to and from the party. Reservations are
requested by July 15 and may be made along with additional
inquiries to Nancy & George, 443-994-0669(anytime) or
207-244-3894(after 10 July) or email@example.com, and Peter
McCrea, 207-354-2314 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE OCC WEB SITE HAS BEEN UPGRADED- CREATE YOUR OWN ACCOUNT IF
YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY DONE SO (USER NAME & PASSWORD) TO UPDATE
YOUR DETAILS ON LINE. (5/2006)
Congratulations to the 222 Members (at the time of writing this)
who have succeeded in creating their own account on The OCC Web
Site, www.oceancruisingclub.org . If you have not yet done so,
please have a go at this so that you may update your own contact
details, yacht, experience and sailing plans on the web. Soon,
you will be able to pay your subscription by secure payment on
line. Later this year we will provide a page on the web for every
member to publish extracts from their log. BUT TO DO ALL THIS YOU
NEED YOUR OWN USER NAME AND PASSWORD.
TO CREATE YOUR ACCOUNT
Please open www.oceancruisingclub.org. and click on 'No Account
Yet, Create One' at the very bottom left hand side of the Home
Page, under Login Form. Select a User Name (no spaces permitted
in this) and enter your e-mail address. If you can not find "No
Account Yet .", Log out of the Web Site (your computer has
probably logged you in automatically as flying and fish) and try
again. You must use an e-mail address already known to the OCC
and which is able to receive an activation message from the OCC.
Choose a Password, and as a security check, enter the name of the
yacht in which you qualified for the OCC. You will then receive
an automatic e-mail to which you must respond to activate your
The message will contain a web address such as
Either click on this or copy it and paste it into the web address
window and press <return>. This will activate your account.
TO UPDATE YOUR DETAILS ON THE OCC DATABASE
You can then log in with your own user name and password. Click
on "My Details" to see, and update if necessary, your record on
the Club database. Please use this opportunity to complete and
amend the details on the "My Details Form" to bring your Club
Record up to date, including your "sailing experience" and "plans
aboard" for 2006.
OLD LOG IN PROCESS STILL AVAILABLE FOR "READ ONLY" ACCESS
For a short transitional period you may still log in using
username <flying>, password <fish>, or username <Ocean2>,
password <Blackjack> to allow members who have not set up their
own account to read information but not to change personal
records or make payments. Please do not change the "My Details"
username or password for <flying> or <Ocean2> as you may deny
access to other members! Soon, you will not be able to get in to
the OCC Web site at all unless you use your own username and
If you are not sure what e-mail address the Club holds for you,
see "Members Details" on the Web Site logging in as username
<flying> password < fish> which will still give read only access
to the e-mail addresses known to the OCC.
If you have problems setting up your account, please e-mail the
secretary email@example.com telling him your
preferred username and a password. He will set up your account
and respond by e-mail when he has done so. You may change
username and password when by clicking on "My Details" when you
next log in.
CHRIS BRIDGE: Cruising in Wales (05/2006)
I'm looking for information about cruising in Wales, especially
charts for and berthing around the Isle of Anglesey. I hope to
visit in August. Tradition is still in Kinvara in Ireland.
contact firstname.lastname@example.org or +353 86 888 0491
S/v OCEAN FLIGHT FOR SALE
Dix 43' Built 1995 with extensive interior re-modeling 1998
BUILT OF STEEL, THIS IS AN OCEAN GOING VESSEL OF STYLE AND
CHARACTER, PRESENTED WITH AN EXTENSIVE INVENTORY AND IN EXCELLENT
CONDITION, READY FOR ANY OCEAN PASSAGE.
This design was commissioned by a circum-navigator passing
through Cape Town, to be his boat for the next time round. She
was required to be a go anywhere yacht of modern concept, with
the pace to complete long offshore passages in a reasonable time.
Radius chine hull shape gives good looks, hydrodynamic efficiency
and enhanced resale value.
Ocean Flight was originally built for the owner of her building
yard; the detailing and finish are extraordinary. She is
beautifully built of the highest quality materials, with no
expense spared, throughout her build, refit or maintenance
Her second (present) owner carried out extensive remodeling of
the interior and upgrades to systems, sails and instrumentation
in 1998 prior to leaving on an Atlantic circuit. She is
completely self-sufficient from Aries wind vane, solar panels to
a water maker.
Ocean Flight returned to Cape Town in mid 2005; at which time she
benefited from new standing rigging and a complete re-spray. Once
again she is in excellent condition and ready to hit the high
Price: ZAR2 000 000.00
Full specifications and a full inventory are readily available
from the owner as under:-
JON ROOP "SALT" for sale (03/2006)
Port Officer and Marine Surveyor Jon Roop offers his boat For
"SALT" 47' Cutter-rigged ketch designed by Craig Walters and
completed in 1991 by a custom builder in North Carolina, USA.
Epoxy cold-molded hull built of double-diagonal fir laminates
over 1" Duracore strips inside and out. The masts are carbon
fiber/E-glass composite. Drop-keel design draws 2' 6" retracted
and 8' down; the boat can explore the shallows and is a proven
offshore passagemaker. Power is a Westerbeke (Perkins) 4-108;
spares are included. Presently just finished a substantial
re-fit; SALT can be ready to go cruising with routine
preparations. This is a solid, powerful and attractive craft.
Asking $139,000 USD. Contact Jon Roop at +1-252-725-0209 or
FOR SALE: VANCOUVER 32 (1986) cutter-rigged "Charles Ogalin"
Take advantage of the weak US dollar.
Well equipped for extensive cruising. One owner, Dick Guckel.
Lloyd's Hull Release Certificate (never any blisters), AwlGripped
1999 (Flag Blue), Teak decks, Profurl furling, mast steps, Lewmar
ST winches, heavy ground tackle w/ Lofrans electric windlass,
Raytheon radar, Autohelm, B&G instruments, cabin heater, propane
cooker with oven, Adler/Barbour refrigerator, many more options.
Price reduced: US$79,000
I can be contacted any time for full list of options and photo
at: Home: +1-817-488-2005 Mobile: +1-682-553-8226 or
DAVID BLACKBURN AND JULIA ASPIN: (6/2005)
FOR SALE "WHANAKE"
42'x 12'6"x7'6" Wood Epoxy Bermudian Cutter designed
by Chris Robertson and beautifully built in Auckland NZ in 1972
of Kauri Pine and Teak.
Much loved she has spent most of her life in OCC ownership
and has sailed over 109,000 miles, always taking great care
of her crew. She is in excellent condition, her woodwork is
superb and she is fully set up for ocean cruising with all
modern conveniences. Gowen Ocean provided new sails in 2005,
so she's ready to sail away anywhere.
Presently lying Costa Brava, owners willing to deliver.
See website www.whanake.com for full information.
Realistically priced at GBP 64,950 (reduced)
Contact David Blackburn / Julia Aspin
Tel: + 34 972 530285 e-mail: email@example.com
SUMMER NEW ENGLAND OCC NET (6/2006)
Roving Rear Commodores Nancy & George Marvin announce the
re-activation of the summer NE OCC net. The net will commence on
01 July 2006 and meet daily on 0730 EDT on 4045mhz USB. This is
informal net for use by all OCC members to communicate and keep
in touch. When aboard TRUMPETER, George & Nancy will introduce
the net, but if they are not available the net will still be
available for OCC contacts.
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Gebow, Debby email@example.com
Rogers, Paul firstname.lastname@example.org
Williams, Angie email@example.com
Williams, Michael firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tarbell, Charlie firstname.lastname@example.org (changed)
United States, East Coast, Chesapeake Bay. A small cove off the
main branch of the Wye (west) River. Lat: 38-54.77N
Long: 76-10.35W. Telephone: +1-410-827-4817. Water and
electricity (30 amp) available. I can accommodate one boat at my
dock with a draft not to exceed 4 1/2 ft. Call for directions.
For boats with greater draft there are protected anchorages
To access the list of available OCC moorings/dockage:
Select: "Cruising Information"
Select: "Information about the CIS and Dockage"
ADDITIONAL MEMBER INTERNET WEB SITES:
(none this month)
Commodore: Martin Thomas
Club Secretary: Richard Anderton
Newsletter Editor: Colin Jarman
Flying Fish: Anne Hammick
Flying Fish Advertising: Mark Holbrook email@example.com
Cruising Information Service: firstname.lastname@example.org
Port Officer List: Dick Emery
Ocean World at www.oceanworld.co.uk (select and click on "club
logos" then "yacht club logos" and scroll down to "OCC".
U.S.A. Gary Naigle and Greta Gustavson. Please contact Greta
Gustavson, 415 W. York Street, Norfolk, VA 23510.
Place an order at: www.IM-Embroidery.com
If you have any questions, either give them a call at
email at email@example.com
OCC Web site address: www.oceancruisingclub.org
Username: flying Password: fish (all lower case)
TO ACCESS THE LIST OF AVAILABLE OCC MOORINGS/DOCKAGE:
click on "Cruising Information"
Click on "Information about the CIS, Dockage and
Click on Dockage.
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