While COVID-19 has presented all of us with difficulties, setbacks and losses, it has also opened our eyes to different ways to approach our lives and our work. Noah Zittrer, a Lakewood Seahorse,
March 2017 If you’ve been around Lakewood for any period of time, there’s a good chance you’ve met Beau. Beau is a 7 1/2 year old Golden Retriever and LYC member, Sol Zittrer’s certified service dog.
The Kenai crew including LYC Members Chris and Karen Lewis, Bill Zartler and Brian Shores were thrilled to win the SORC 2020-21 Islands In the Stream Series with a 1,1,2 score. The races were varied
Annually, several premier youth sailing events occur in Coconut Grove, Miami around Christmas and New Years. There was tremendous uncertainty whether this years planned Orange Bowl and Open Orange
The Lewis Team has begun it’s campaign with Bow 002 in the ground breaking Melges IC37 Class. 20 identical boats crewed by amateur sailors will race to qualify to represent NYYC in the Invitational
Several of our members raced in Newport at New York Yacht Club's Race Week September 23-26.
Two weeks ago, the I420/29er Midwinters East were hosted by the Miami Yacht Club, with very variable weather conditions and 8 races completed for each class.
Two weeks ago, Ava Anderson and Ike Schutz traveled to Palamos, Spain to represent the USA at the annual International Palamos Optimist Trophy. This event is the second largest Optimist regatta in the
This past weekend, six Lakewood sailors went out to brave the harsh Florida winter and race in the annual Valentine's Day Regatta hosted by St. Petersburg Yacht Club. Over the course of two days and 5