DAY SAIL INFO
Ongoing activities include day sails, monthly club meetings with refreshments and special presentations, monthly happy hours and skipper’s committee meetings. The calendar below represents a generic monthly schedule. Apart from skipper’s committee meetings, these activities are open to all members. If you are interested in participating in any given activity, please follow the appropriate procedure listed below the calendar.
You must be a member in good standing to sail. Your membership must be current before you can register, and you must also be a current member on the day of the sail.
Yacht club members must reside in Laguna Woods Village, CA. Laguna Woods Village is a community for adults aged 55 and older. Prospective members are asked to fill out an application for the waitlist. When openings become available applicants will be notified by the membership committee. At present the capped roster of 125 is full.
Rules of Etiquette Aboard the Hiatus
Making Day Sail Reservations
Reservations If you later need to cancel, do so as soon as you know. Please always exercise the courtesy of formally cancelling. Please confirm your reservation with the skipper the week of the sail. Skippers must maintain manageable crew sizes.
How to Register
Skipper’s Schedule and Phone Numbers:
Sunday Skipper: Darrel Vorderstrasse
949-525-1226 / email@example.com
Tuesday Skipper: Wayne Carlson
Wednesday Skipper: Jeff Sadler
Thursday Skipper: Terry Miles
Emeritas: Pris Givan
Reserve Skipper: Lloyd Chase
Reserve Skipper: Susan Obermiller
Reserve Skipper: Pat Rojek
Friday Skipper: Tammy Rones
Reserve Skipper: Jack Dunnigan
(301) 318-1149 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Day Sail Information
The consumption of alcohol while Hiatus is underway is prohibited.
Because of high demand by members for day sailing, we are unable to accommodate guests aboard Hiatus.
Getting to the Boat
Laguna Woods Village residents usually meet their skipper at Dock F at the posted start time for your sail. To reach Hiatus go over the bridge in Dana Point Harbor between the marinas, turn right and find a place to park in the last parking area, close to the Dana Point Yacht Club. Meet the skipper there and he/she has the key to open the gate onto the docks. The boat is in F-13. Return time is dependent upon prevailing conditions, season, etc.; but generally, return is late afternoon to early evening.
For detailed maps click on Directions to Hiatus.pdf