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The Day Sailer North American Championship Regatta will be held July 22-26 at Eugene Yacht Club. EYC features a top race committee, great facilities, and has hosted several DSNACR’s through the years. This year’s regatta will also include the opportunity to race in the “Triple Crown” which includes the NACR, followed by racing on the Willamette River at Willamette Sailing Club, and concluding with the Al Morris Regatta, north of Portland. Come join us!

A few things to remember:

  • All evening meals, Thursday through Sunday, are included in your registration.
  • Clothing items must be ordered by July 1, 2020. Earlier is even better.
  • Please come with a completed measurement certificate. Our fleet is small and we will have limited weighing and measuring on site.
  • Camping is available at EYC during the regatta.
  • No pets are allowed at EYC. There is pet friendly camping next door at Richardson County Park.
  • Join us for a “meet and greet” Wednesday night—bring something to drink and finger food to share. 

The Day Sailer North American Championship Regatta will be held July 22-26 at Eugene Yacht Club. EYC features a top race committee, great facilities, and has hosted several DSNACR’s through the years. This year’s regatta will also include the opportunity to race in the “Triple Crown” which includes the NACR, followed by racing on the Willamette River at Willamette Sailing Club, and concluding with the Al Morris Regatta, north of Portland. Come join us!

Registration and payments are all online at Regatta Network.

Longtime DS Member Bill Moore Passes Orleans Yacht Club


The family of Bill Moore is sad to share with you that he passed away in February at age 91. 

Bill and his first wife Sally joined Orleans Yacht Club on Cape Cod, Massachusetts in 1958 and were founding members of Fleet 15. They raced Toodle-oo – hull number 734 – for many years locally, regionally and nationally and won the 1967 DS North Americans held in Cowan Lake, Ohio. They competed and finished in the top 5 for several years following – in Waukegan, Illinois; Arlington, Texas; Santa Cruz, California; Lake Lanier, Georgia and Rochester, New York. As Bill and Sally’s three daughters grew, they too crewed for their father and then gradually skippered and crewed in various pairs over the years while Bill chaired the Race Committee at OYC.

When racing in the North Americans in Rochester, New York, Carol – Bill’s youngest daughter – crewed for him in Old Gray, hull number 870. She was 14 years old. In one race, as both were hiking out and looking ahead while preparing to round the windward mark, Carol heard a “whoops” and a splash and turned around to find Bill overboard with a broken tiller extension in one hand and the main sheet in the other. She quickly stepped aft, grabbed the tiller, rounded the boat into the wind, and helped Bill climb back on. Cool as a cucumber. With Bill back in place, they rounded the mark and carried on. She won the Bob Smith Memorial Award that year for her quick thinking.

In 1979 Bill chaired the committee running the DS North Americans co-hosted by the Orleans and Chatham Yacht Clubs and chaired the race committee as well.

Bill treasured the many friends and memories made over the years while racing Day Sailers. His obituary and online condolences can be found at: https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/orleans-ma/william-moore-9038905


Bill Moore presents the trophies to the winners of the 1979 DS North Americans – Len and Steve Fiock from Santa Cruz, California.


Bill and Sally Moore cross the finish line in first place at the DS NACs at Cowan Lake, Ohio, 1967.

Watch Eugene Yacht Club's YouTube Video on How to Rig a Day Sailer

2020 Championship Regatta in Eugene, OREGON info Here


Check out the current weather Conditions in Eugene, OR - 2020 NACR Host Sailing Site


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  1. Enter the site using your ID and password.
  2. Go to your membership profile. It should be the page you land on when you log in. See also the JOIN page.
  3. Once there, click on the blue box "Renew to January 01, 2020"
  4. Make any changes to your profile
  5. Click NEXT at the bottom of the screen. This will take you to the online payment portal.
  6. Complete the payment portal as you would any online purchase.
  7. And you are DONE!!

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