Knotmeter - September 9, 2016
Knotmeter - September 9, 2016
Our Junior Sailing season has come to an end. We hope all junior sailors have been left with fond memories and greater sailing skills!
Gas Dock Notice
Please note that our gas dock is now operating with reduced staff. If you would like to purchase fuel, we would appreciate you call our hero, Brad Strawbridge, before arriving to ensure prompt service. Your patience is much appreciated! Brad can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
| September 10-11: IOM Regatta
We once again welcome the Eastern Canadian International One Metre regatta to KYC this weekend (Saturday & Sunday). Several boats are from far away (California, Florida, Washington State). Spectators are welcome! Racing is from 10:30-16:00
| September 10-17: Soling Worlds
The International Soling Class World Championships are being held at our club this September 10th -17th. This year the Regatta is proudly sponsored by Subaru Kingston. For more information on the regatta, registration, and timing, please visit www.kingstonyachtclub.com/solingworlds2016/
| September 24: Chase Race/Able Sail Kingston Regatta
| Kingston Power and Sail Squadron Upcoming events
Saturday, Oct. 08, 2016 Maritime Radio - 1000 to 1600
For more information and registration of upcoming KPSS events please visit www.kingstonboatingandsailing.caKPSS Events Coming up @ KYC
| Weekend FeaturesDinner:
- Maple ginger glazed sockeye salmon with mini red potatoes and rainbow swiss chard - $24
- BBQ pulled pork with creamy coleslaw with choice of side - $13
- Special: Tomato salso eggs benedict - $12
- Omelette feature: Denver Omlette - $13
- Blueberry pancakes
| Beer of the Week
Beau's Farm Table I.P.A.
It is an assertive yet-very-drinkable India Pale Ale that marries typical flavour profiles of the British and American interpretations of this style. Farm Table: I.P.A. is unfiltered, and dry-hopped in our conditioning tanks to amplify the hop aromas
A boat-load of extra hops (a natural preservative) made India Pale Ale (I.P.A.'s) historically better suited for long voyages when shipping to British soldiers stationed afar, including India. Their distinct taste caught on, and now these ales are widely known and enjoyed for their aggressively hopped aromas and flavours.
Expect a bold-yet-balanced blend of hop and bitterness and both citrus and earthy hop aromas, complimented by bready maltiness and caramel flavour.
| Wine of the Month
Gerard Bertrand 2013 Languedoc is a well balanced, dry, bright red wine produced from two fantastic grape varietals – Syrah and Grenache. These grapes alone commonly make for delicious wines because of the terroirs they thrive in. The Languedoc province throughout the South of France is one of the largest wine growing regions in the world. Soil in the region contains abundant limestone and gravel, along with an array of shrubbery that over many thousands of years has enriched the soil with fragrance. Because it’s so large, Languedoc provides a variety of terroirs that allow for unending combinations and concentrations of different varietals.
| RACING UPDATE
Congratulations to the August weeknight series winners...
Sharks: 1st Dartos, 2nd Cariad, 3rd Shanti
PHRF 1: 1st Force 10, 2nd Cool Change, 3rd Touch of Class
PHRF 2: 1st Selene, 2nd Jammin, 3rd La Galouine
Carruthers Series, Saturday Sept 10
Chase Race/Able Sail Kingston Regatta, Saturday Sept 24