MNC 2014 is in the books.- Click here for a recap of MNC 2014, Boogied Back to Texas for the Mutineer Roundup!
Dead Dogs & Tin Whistles 2014 is in the books. Click here for a full report.
Mount Dora Yacht Club 60th Annual Sailing and 100th Regatta 2013 is in the books! Click here for the results.
Dead Dogs and Tin Whistles 2013 is in the books! Click here for details.
Ware River Rumble is in the books!
Click here for pictures and results.
59th Annual Mount Dora Yacht Club Regatta -
Winds were right around 8-12 all weekend. We got chased off the
lake by a pretty good size T-storm after the first race on Saturday, and
were done for the day.
Fred and I pulled off a (corrected time) 1st and 2nd on the final
of three races today, which was Fred's best race, but I thought my worst
race? Anyway Margaret and I eeked out a 2nd place overall for the
weekend. Congrats to Elma (Freds wife) who won the MDYC's "Fowler Award"
for the best lady skipper! The skipper awarded farthest traveled was
down from Michigan. (see Dave you should have been here!)
Jim Davis, Fleet 18
Dead Dogs & Tin Whistles Regatta - Ginette Hughes and the Upper Keys
Sailing Club in Key Largo put on another great regatta. Plenty of breeze and good times. Pictures will be posted here soon.
August 6 - 7, 2011 Virginia Governor's Cup - Eleven Mutineers registered for this great event. Not all made it on the water, but the Mutineer Fleet was strong and just missed winning the Governor's Cup. Day one had strong breezes and 3-4 foot rollers, a real test of man (woman too) and machine. Day two was perfect, the fleet enjoyed a steady southwest breeze of around 10 mph. Crews from as far away as Florida and LA (Lower Alabama) joined the fun. Fleet One made a strong showing with 9 boats.
The 2011 Mutineer National Championship is in the books. Congratulations to Ernie and Carol French for sailing a fantastic regetta. Chad and Rey teamed up to put on one great event, start to finish. We will post all the pictures, stories and results soon.
May 28, 2011
Merrimac Memorial Regatta
The 2011 Merrimac Memorial Regatta hosted by the Portsmouth Boat Club is in the books. Four Mutineers mustered for the event and that was enough for fleet status. Don Beek (71 years young) made a return after missing the regatta the last couple of years. He and trusty crew David sailed extremely well. Al Whitener put on a Mutineer sailing clinic taking three bullets over three races. Tony sailed with young crew and won an award for bringing a new generation to sailing. After three races in shifty, cantankerous winds the sailors went ashore for the famous Portsmouth Boat Club cookout. An excellent time was had by all.
Join a Mutineer Fleet near you! We currently have 3 active Fleets and plans are being made for a fourth and fifth Fleet. Currently, Fleets are based in Colorado - Fleet 15, Florida - Fleet 18 and Alabama - Fleet 34. Work is ongoing to form fleets in the Mid-Atlantic and Michigan areas. So, find a fleet and join it or help build a new Fleet.
January 14-16, 2011
Dead Dogs and Tin Whistles. Ginette has done it again! Many skippers, crew and boats enjoyed the hospitality of the Upper Keys Yacht Club and the warm breezes of Key Largo. Click here for the scoop.
December 4-5, 2010
LMSA Kettle Cup. Click here for the scoop.
September 17-19, 2010
Mutineer Nationals. Another Nationals is in the books. Click here for the results.
January 16-17, 2010
Dead Dogs & Tin Whistles Regatta. A big time was had by all who participated. Special thanks to Ginette Huges for running a great event. Click here for the results, photos and scuttlebutt!
September 10, 2009
MNC 2009 a great success. This year's event turned out to be the best ever. 19 boats were present with 18 competing. Click here for more reports.
July 20, 2009
MNC 2009 NOR posted. The NOR and registration forms for this year's national regatta have been posted.
May 29, 2009
New MCA Racing rules posted. The latest version of our Racing Rules has been posted to the website. Download your copy today. Click here for downloads
March 15, 2009
MCA Racing rules discusions. Join the on going discusions on possible rules changes to the current rules that govern racing at MCA sanctioned events. Please join us and help us make a decision. Click here for more details