Who We Are
LNYC is a not-for-profit club whose mission is to promote sailing and sailboat racing in a fun, family atmosphere. We have programs for children and adults, as well as an active social calendar and boat storage.
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Lake Norman Yacht Club Pavilion, 1963 - 2014
Original Watercolor by Barbara A Earnshaw
The LNYC Board of Directors commissioned a watercolor to capture a rendering of the Pavilion as the new one is being built. You can own your copy of this beautiful piece of art. Details on ordering your own copy are available at News Article
. The first time to order is now. Orders placed by Nov 3rd will be available for pickup on Workday, November 15th. Contact Marti Worthern to place your order.
2014 LNYC Awards presented at the Annual Meeting
2014 Livingstone Award - William Bowden
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| 2014 Commodore's Award - Mike Mergenthaler
||2014 Joy of Sailing - Mac McNeill and Tom Raymond
2014 Fall 48 Flying Scot Regatta
2014 Carolina One-Design Keelboat Regatta
The Carolina Keelboat One Design Regatta & U20 East Coast Championship is hosted by Ultimate 20 Fleet #2 at Lake Norman Yacht Club. This regatta is open to one-design keelboats 20’ LOA or longer. A minimum of three boats shall constitute a class.
2014 Fall Mid-Atlantic US Sailing Regional Symposium
Charleston Yacht Club
November 14, 2014
The 2014 Fall Mid-Atlantic Regional Symposium at Charleston Yacht Club is coming up in a mere two weeks. .
At the event they will be talking about a variety of topics that can be found here:
This is a great opportunity to get y’all’s opinions, advice and suggestions back to US Sailing. Registration is FREE for US Sailing members and $10 for those who are not members. This includes a lunch sponsored by Zim and there will be time to catch up at the Charleston Yacht Club Burgee Bar after the event.
You can register here:
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