Race Articles

A successful season

Barbara Wallace's picture

Valentines Day/ Couples Race on February 9, 2019 will complete the 2018 HISC racing season.  We are hoping for a lot of boats to compete in this race which will culminate with an After Race Party in Lake Boca hosted by cruising boats;  Duet, Paradocs, and Southwind.  The Chili cook-off competition was “fierce “  last year and we expect nothing less this year!  If the weather Gods bless us, we’ll start the race at 11:00am at our normal start.


Mary Wells Perpetual Trophy

Mary Wells Coastal 2018

Barbara Wallace's picture

The wind was light, about 6 knots out of the NE, waves were slight and it was a beautiful, sunny day.  There were 11 boats out, a light turn out compared to the rest of the coastal races but then it’s been a bad year for boat problems!  Thanks to all the racers who persevered as it wasn’t a big boat kind of race.  Although the wind was expected to build later in the da

Contrails Crew!

Fall Race Series

Barbara Wallace's picture

The Fall series racing ended with heavier winds, SE 12-15, and the waves were building for Race 10.   It was truly a big boat race day!  Congratulations to all the skippers and their crews for coming out and racing all the series races.

Miami To Havana Race

Larry Geller's picture

Four HISC boats participated in the first annual Miami to Havana race. This 210 mile ocean race was sponsored by SORC and the Storm Trysail Club who did a great job of working out the challenging logistics for this new event. I raced aboard SusimiX with Michael Carrington, Eduardo Rabadan, Alan Katz, Greg Galanis and Brian Broad. Our adventure started on Wednesday morning as we prepared for our departure from Coconut Grove. With several news crews on the docks taking video, photos and interviewing crew members, it was one of the most exciting departures that I can remember!