Go to the Race page and under the PGSC RACING panel, click on the 2015 Summer series race results button where you will find all of the results after every race.
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Go to the Cruising Page and RSVP for the National Marina Day Dinner on June 13 by clicking the “signup for dinner button”. Join your fellow PGSC members
either by land or by boat.
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Go to the Cruising page and read the cruise report about the twenty one PGSC boats that were anchored among the 58+ boats at Pelican Bay. Always a beautiful site seeing all of the the boats in the anchorage, especially at night.
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Click for Map – Report of a shoaling between Matanzas Pass Channel Daybeacon 2 (LLNR 18087) and Matanzas Pass Channel Daybeacon 4 (LLNR 18095) shoaling is on the south side of the channel and gets as low as 1.7 feet MLLW.
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Check out this great article about our club in the June issue. Great stories & pictures including our 40th Birthday bash. Click: https://goo.gl/qowjBT.
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Go to the Photos page and check out the team that replaced Marker A on Charlotte Harbor. Hal Lowry, Ed Brauer, Roy Strelchun, & Butch Dorey. Thanks for your efforts & especially Roy for making the new & Improved Marker.
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Go to the Cruising page and read about the most active periods of cruising in PGSC’s history. Three different cruises all set out about the same time.
The Florida Keys Cruise (17 boats); The Bahamas Cruise (8 of the 17 boats); and The Leisurely Cruise To Marco Island (~30 boats).
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