Lakewood Announces Registration Deadline for Bay Cup II Regatta
Don't Miss the Bay Cup II Regatta Registration Deadline
Seabrook, Texas (PRUnderground) July 17th, 2017
Lakewood Yacht Club (LYC) and Bay Access are hosting the 2017 Bay Cup II Regatta August 5th.
Racers who are planning to participate should take note of the August 2nd Registration Deadline. Register online at www.lakewoodyachtclub.com. The registration fee is $75 and includes entry into the Skippers’ Meeting on August 4th as well as a meal and two drink tickets to be enjoyed at the post-event awards party.
Bay Cup II is the second in the two-race series. Multiple legs totaling about 12 nautical miles will be raced in either Trinity Bay or Galveston Bay. Participating boat classes include PHRF Spinnaker, PHRF Non-Spin, PHRF 26 feet & under, Cruising Poleless Spin, Cruising Non-Spin-Classic Canvas (i.e. Dacron sails), Shorthanded Offshore Sailors (SOS), Multihull and One Design Classes.
For those not racing, local entertainment is available in all varieties. Walk the trails in Seabrook, get inspired at Space Center Houston, stroll through Armand Bayou Nature Center or take advantage of the dining and amusement options at the Kemah Boardwalk.
Overall trophies for the Bay Cup series will be given out at the post-race party on the evening of August 5th in the LYC Ballroom. LC Roots will provide live entertainment while guests socialize and savor great food and tasty drinks.
Sponsors for this year’s Bay Cup II Regatta include City of Seabrook, Nue Vodka, Little Yacht Sales, OJ’s Marine, True North Marine, Blackburn Marine and Davis Marine Electronics.
For further information, please contact LYC at 281-474-2511 or Bay Cup Race Chair Larry Rogers at 832-228-7052 or email@example.com.
About Lakewood Yacht Club
Lakewood Yacht Club (LYC) is one of the best-kept secrets on Clear Lake as well as the Greater Houston and Galveston communities. LYC is a private, member-owned club with great amenities to enjoy with friends and family. Located on 38 beautifully landscaped acres in the NE corner of Clear Lake, it’s an exceptional environment for boating, socializing and enjoying other water activities.