Inlet Outlet Newsletters

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This month's edition of the Inlet Outlet has several articles by members and a bit of Flag History.

The Crossword Puzzle this month uses the Names of Member's Boats, is your boat included?

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When I agreed to be commodore of HISC, little did I know that I was signing up for perhaps

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Hello Fellow Sailors,

As I collect my thoughts I realize this is a truly inauspicious and historic moment for our club. 


Click on the link below to read the rest of the articles in the April Inlet Outlet Newsletter.

Ahoy HISC Sailors.    It has been a wonderful year and I would like to congratulate Jeff Sussman for heading up a great year with so many fun and successful activities.     I take... (click on the link below to read the March Inlet Outlet Newsletter)

As I approach the last article of my HISC commodore term, I reflect on what this year has meant for me. A Commodore is a title that means nothing to the outside world. It is quasi- (See the rest of the newsletter - click on the link below)

As we reach the end of 2019, I look back on my year as commodore. It was such an amazing experience, I was able to

HISC ends the 2019 calendar year with our exciting December activities.  We start off with the holiday dinner dance which is a ‘do not miss’ event.  There will be a live band and a great chance to “strut your stuff“ on the dance floor.  This is the last year the event will be held at the Lighthouse Point Yacht Club since HISC is planning a move to our new meeting venue, Galuppi’s...

Ahoy Sailors,
Another month has come and gone and here we are approaching November. So many activities are on the horizon. We have just finished the Columbus Day..

Hello sailors,
October is here and we have a very exciting schedule planned. We begin on the 5th with the Sailing Social, a beautiful..

Hello sailors,

I can’t believe it’s almost September. August was an exciting month with weekly beer can racing, ladies day race, landlubber party, and the beginning of the fall series. If you hadn’t had...

Hello sailors, 

HISC celebrated July 4th, Independence Day, with a cruise to Bahia Mar. We had a potluck dinner followed by a fireworks display. Many of our cruisers stayed through Sunday.

Hello sailors,

I can’t believe its summer already. HISC turned in a fantastic performance at the West Palm Beach Race, in spite of the “Tempest” that greeted us at the Port of Palm Beach.

Hello sailors, 


I was thinking back to the early days of my first sailboat, a 1978 18ft Bayliner Buccaneer. Looking at this old picture, I don’t know what I miss more, the boat or my hair. LOL....

Hello sailors, Spring is still in the air. Of course, in Florida that means more of the same sailing we enjoy all winter. Since our boats are in water year round it is a good time, to run through a safety checklist, like the ones on Florida Fish and Wildlife at ....

April edition of the Inet/Outlet is here!

Hello HISC Sailors,
This month is my first as commodore and the culmination of months of planning. I am honored to have been selected to serve and hope to continue all the traditions of HISC.

Hello Sailors,

Articles in this Edition:

From the Helm: House Money

Race Season Recap

Also includes information on:

Annual Superbowl party

Chili Cookoff

Couples Race

Change of Command

Public Version of the August 2018 Inlet Outlet Newsletter

On May 19 th Hospice ran the 21 st annual regatta. Weather was definitely a factor with wind gusts up to 45 knots. 29 boats registered, 12 started, and only 4 finished. HISC was well represented. Half of the finishers who won prizes were Hillsboro Inlet....

We dominated the Gulfstream Regatta. And, as ever, our parties large and small have added to the spirit (with spirits) of the “best sailing club ever.”

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Did you ever stop to consider that we average more than one event per week? They are usually accompanied with a party.