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The All Catalina Fleet 69 is a group of friendly and active sailors who love to sail in the Lake Travis and Austin, Texas area. We promote recreational sailing, fellowship, and skill development through regular meetings, cruises, and social activities. Membership is open to all persons who own, have owned, or have "an interest" in a keel sailboat of any length manufactured by Catalina Yachts.

  • Meeting:
    • Next meeting is on Thursday, March 8, 2018  (We meet on the second Thursday of each month, except December)
      • Time: 6:30 Socialize and Order, 7:00 Eat and Socialize, 7:30 Meeting and Program, 9:00 Adjourn.
    • Program:
      • Viking Longboats, by Todd (subject is based on preliminary plans made in January).
    • Where: Mangia Pizza, 8012 Mesa Dr, Austin, TX, near Mesa and Spicewood Springs Road.
    • What: If you like good Italian food or salads, Mangia Pizza has it. You can order after you arrive or order in advance at 512-349-2126. See the menu at mangiapizza.com/menu.html. If you aren't hungry, just come, socialize, and learn.
  • March St Patrick's Pictionary Cruise
    • Theme: St Patrick's Day. shamrock
    • When: Saturday, March10
    • Where:
    • What:
    • Hosts: Cheryl and Steve
    • Map: Fleet Map
  • Racing
    • Governor's Cup is April 7 and 8.
    • Turnback Canyon Regatta 2018 will be earlier than before: May 5 and 6. Same dates as Lago Vista Fest.
  • Announcements, Upcoming Events, and items of interest:
    • Tall Ships will come to Galveston April 5-8 
      • Tall Ships are coming: http://www.galvestonhistory.org/events/tall-ships-galveston-2
        • This new festival will host tours of the participating ships, numerous special events, sail away excursions, music, food and fun in a family friendly format. Galveston Island will serve as the first port in the TALL SHIPS CHALLENGE® Gulf Coast 2018 Race Series, which will see participating ships race across the Gulf of Mexico as they visit other participating cities throughout the month of April.
      • Participating ships: http://www.galvestonhistory.org/events/tallships/participating-ships
        • While in port, the ships will be open to the public for viewing and sail away opportunities, and many will feature dockside exhibits and lively interactions with the crew. Each ship has its own educational program and mission, providing the public with a wide array of ways to participate and sail.
      • Tall Ships Challenge, Gulf Coast 2018: http://www.sailtraining.org/tallships/2018Gulf/TSC2018index.php
        • The mission of Tall Ships America is to encourage character building through sail training, promote sail training to the North American public, and support education under sail.
      • Go sailing on a Tall Ship! http://www.galvestonhistory.org/events/tallships/sailing
        • No experience at TALL SHIPS® GALVESTON is complete without setting out on one of our participating day-sail tall ships! Step on board LYNX and WHEN AND IF for special day-sails into Galveston Bay, twilight tours through Galveston’s historic harbor or take part in the exciting Parade of Sail kickoff to the festival. Space is extremely limited for all sailing opportunities.
      • Race from Galveston to Pensacola. Berths are available for passage from Galveston to Pensacola and New Orleans. Book your spot now! Ask Gary or John G for details.
Click on News or Calendar anytime for more information on past and future meetings, cruises, and events.
 

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