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Celebrating our 43rd year in 2017!

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3 Bridge Fiasco

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I-36 Spring Meeting, 3/18/17 at Golden Gate YC & Sailing Clinic 4/1/17 at Encinal
Two great events coming up soon. The Spring Meeting kicks it off, with GGYC Commodore Norbert Bajurin talking about this year's America's Cup in Bermuda. Sign up for the Spring Meeting now at Upcoming Events Page.
And, two weeks later its a new twist for the Sailing Clinic -- great for racers and cruisers.

3 Bridge Fiasco
Three Bridge Fiasco, January 28, 2017
We got lucky with a nice day for the annual Three Bridge Fiasco race on January 28th. Eight Islanders spent a long day in everything from a nice sailing breeze to frustrating drifting, with Commodore Susan and Bill Nork's Zenith emerging the winner with Cassiopeia and Windwalker in 2nd and 3rd. Great pictures and a fun story at 3 Bridge Fiasco.

'Round Alameda, January 1, 2017
'Round Alameda Parade, January 1, 2017
What a great turn out by your Islander fleet! 30 people representing 11 Islanders sailed aboard 6 boats on the waters of the Oakland Estuary and San Francisco Bay around Alameda Island to ring in 2017 in style. The weather was about as good as it could get. A cloudy morning cleared to clear blue skies with a light northwest wind. With air temperature in the mid 50s, sitting on the sunny, wind-sheltered deck at Aeolian Yacht Club, it was practically bikini time! The crisp skies made for good pictures at Ballena Bay YC and the afternoon sea breeze kicked in gently to provide a sparkling sail home for those that rounded Alameda and sailed back down the Oakland Estuary to their berths. Lots of pictures to tell the story, so follow the link to: 'Round Alamdea 2017.

I-36 November 2016 Newsletter!
This month is a special issue in that it announces the new/old board of officers who will be leading the way for the next year with exciting new races, cruises and special events you will not want to miss.
Of course there is always the usual good stuff about how to make your I36 a better boat, as well as some safety hints and tips. This issue we have started a new column for all sailors "Dirty Jobs" it is full of very dirty jobs that I36 owners have had to do to their beloved boats. Another new column we are starting is random photos of your I36. So please get your fingers going and write a short reembrace good or bad of a Dirty Job and send in a photo of you wonderful I36. Here's your link: I-36 November Newsletter.

Welcome Aboard
Fall Meeting, Saturday, November 5th at ISLAND YACHT CLUB
Island Yacht Club was a great host for our Fall Meeting & Winner's Dinner on Saturday, November 5th. Where else do you see the overflowing appetizer shrimp bowl, with a tangy dipping sauce, refilled not once, but twice during cocktail hour, and the cheese, veggies, crackers and bruschetta complemented the shrimp nicely. Our dinner entrees of pork tenderloin or salmon were nicely cooked, and the grilled vegetables, kale salad, mashed potatoes and rice pilaf were just right. Commodore Nork had a wonderful 3I6 logo-decorated carrot cake sheet cake to accompany IYC's cheery cheese cake for dessert. Add in a warm atmosphere of nautical flags and a ship in the rafter, plus a continuous slide show of 2016's web page pictures on the screen during dinner, and you get a wonderful picture of a great Islander evening. You should have been there! In all we had 45 folks representing 22 Islanders in attendance. We had a wonderful representation of all ages,from 80's to 8's! Check out the Fall Meeting Story & Pictures.

Remember Our Maintenance Section:
Though it's right there in the middle of our Menu, don't overlook our Maintenance section with over 70 links to ideas and fixes. Maintenance Section.

Changing email address? Moving? Other member information changing? Use the Member Info Update form to speed the changes directly to our Treasurer, Membership Chairman, Newsletter Editor and List Administrator. Thanks! When you see another Islander around your marina or cruising waters, point them to our home page, and the convenient New Member Application form.

In addition to the wealth of information on our Maintenance and Clothing menus above, visit our Archived pages for lots of memories, cruise stories and other great Islander moments.

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Here's How to send your boat's picture:

We would like pictures under full sail, that are clear and crisp, and most often show the whole boat, but, hey, if you like the picture, the rest of our members probably will too. They don't have to be any special size or type.

They can be attached to an e-mail. Just highlight and copy the block of text below, click "Send Email to I-36 Webmaster", paste the text into the message area, fill in your data, then attach your picture file and send it!

Boat Name:
Home Port:
Sailing Waters:

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You can also snail mail them to:

Rick Van Mell, I-36 Webmaster
1629 Begen Avenue
Mountain View, CA 94040

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