Ok, dates for the 2018 Mid-Atlantic C&C Rendezvous are all set.  The
weekend of October 26,27,28.  Carmel and I will be available for multiple
days on either side of the weekend and will be doing some Bay sailing in
local areas - generally just hanging out if anyone wants to arrive early or
stay late.  We have 20 responses who are attending and 10 coming by boat.
There is roughly a 50/50 mix of those staying on moorings vs slips.  I can
say that having been to Edd Schillay's NE Rendezvous it is great to tour
everyone else's boats so I would encourage all the boaters to plan at least
one day to get a slip and then stay on a mooring for any other nights if

The Annapolis Harbor Master needs all registrations in by March 31 in order
to coordinate getting all the boats together.  You can negotiate your
arrival and departure dates, power and water requirements, or mooring ball
arrangements directly with the Harbor Master - Beth.  Let her know that you
are attending the 2018 Mid-Atlantic C&C Rendezvous.  They have a liberal
and comprehensive cancelation policy posted on the registration form so
register now even if there is a chance that you may cancel.



As for our land based visitors the waterfront Marriott has an absolutely
perfect location, however when I priced rooms they were exorbitant.  Y'all
might have different luck when/if you call.


Instead of the Marriott, an alternative might be the Historic Inns of


Both hotels are centrally located and well within walking distance to the
docking location.

I have been approached regarding a possible sailing race which might
include a half-hull model of the winner's boat as a prize!  I need
volunteers to help arrange any of these add-ons.  I can act as a central
coordinator but I can't manage it all.  Some other ideas might be a Naval
Academy tour, group dinner, escape room dinner, shopping trip, swag bags,
demonstrations, day sail to another port, etc.  If you come up with an idea
and want to organize it then go ahead.  Uber and Lift are available and
Carmel and I will probably arrange for one of our cars to be available for
anyone who needs.

Warm regards,

Josh and Carmeletta Muckley
S/V Sea Hawk
1989 C&C 37+
Solomons, MD

On Dec 10, 2017 4:04 AM, "Josh Muckley" <muckl...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Ok guys (and gals),
> The dates for the Annapolis Sailboat show have been released as well as my
> work/vacation schedule for 2018.  You might remember that I had mapped the
> distances which people were willing to drive and boat.  The resulting area
> which attracted the most people was more or less a zone on the western
> shore of the Chesapeake Bay between Annapolis and Solomons.
> The dates which I'm looking at are October 1st through the 8th (this
> encompasses the sailboat show which is the 4th through the 8th) and October
> 26th to the 1st.  If held during the later dates we can easily hold the
> rendezvous in Annapolis since dockage and mooring won't be a problem.  If
> held during the earlier dates (during the boat show) we could hold the
> rendezvous at nearby towns within a 30 minute drive of the boat show.  I'm
> personally leaning towards the later dates since Annapolis is such a great
> town to visit and has such good boating amenities; It would be nice if
> everyone had a chance to see it without the craziness of the boat show.  If
> during the boat show is the preference then I was thinking that maybe
> Herrington Harbor North or somewhere in Deal, MD would be nice.  For those
> who want to attend the boat show Deal is only a 30 minute drive.  I'm sure
> there are marinas elsewhere closer to Annapolis yet away from the crowds
> that I'm not aware of.  I'm happy to hear everyones thoughts and
> suggestions.
> Thanks,
> Josh Muckley
> S/V Sea Hawk
> 1989 C&C 37+
> Solomons, MD
> On Sep 15, 2017 11:17 PM, "Josh Muckley" <muckl...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Ok guys here's a compilation of all the survey responses.
>> Drive radius map
>> <https://www.freemaptools.com/radius-around-point.htm?mt=r&r1=77.91566898632584%7C166.2890625%7C1000%7C00FF00%7C1%7CFFFFFF&r2=38.324420427006544%7C-76.45583152770996%7C1000%7C00FF00%7C1%7CFFFFFF&r3=38.326036454199986%7C-76.45600318908691%7C38.37921414893266%7C00FF00%7C1%7CFFFFFF&r4=38.3184577%7C-76.45411860000002%7C482.8032001844076%7C0%7C1%7CFFFFFF&r5=38.3184577%7C-76.45411860000002%7C482.8032001844076%7C0%7C1%7CFF0000&r6=38.3184577%7C-76.45411860000002%7C482.8032001844076%7C0%7C2%7CFF0000&r7=40.8468202%7C-73.78749829999998%7C402.336000153673%7C0%7C2%7CFF0000&r8=35.612661%7C-77.36635380000001%7C482.8032001844076%7C0%7C2%7CFF0000&r9=38.9784453%7C-76.49218289999999%7C64.37376002458768%7C0%7C2%7CFF0000&r10=32.0835407%7C-81.09983419999998%7C482.8032001844076%7C0%7C2%7CFF0000&r11=38.3184577%7C-76.45411860000002%7C482.8032001844076%7C0%7C2%7CFF0000&r12=35.612661%7C-77.36635380000001%7C482.8032001844076%7C0%7C2%7CFF0000&r13=40.8468202%7C-73.78749829999998%7C402.336000153673%7C0%7C2%7CFF0000&r14=38.9784453%7C-76.49218289999999%7C64.37376002458768%7C0%7C2%7CFF0000&r15=39.554883059924016%7C-75.9539794921875%7C160.9344000614692%7C0%7C2%7CFF0000&r16=38.2526647%7C-85.75845570000001%7C1609.344000614692%7C0%7C2%7CFF0000&r17=38.8417821%7C-76.51217980000001%7C160.9344000614692%7C0%7C2%7CFF0000&r18=38.9784453%7C-76.49218289999999%7C241.4016000922038%7C0%7C2%7CFF0000&r19=38.9373391%7C-76.32899409999999%7C321.8688001229384%7C0%7C2%7CFF0000&r20=39.5492792%7C-76.09161700000004%7C241.4016000922038%7C0%7C2%7CFF0000&r21=39.69317119999999%7C-74.94266620000002%7C321.8688001229384%7C0%7C2%7CFF0000&r22=41.2709274%7C-73.7776336%7C482.8032001844076%7C0%7C2%7CFF0000&r23=39.1073317%7C-76.57107529999996%7C160.9344000614692%7C0%7C2%7CFF0000&r24=37.5533593%7C-76.3494076%7C321.8688001229384%7C0%7C2%7CFF0000&r25=38.785393%7C-76.22332019999999%7C96.56064003688152%7C0%7C2%7CFF0000&r26=43.16103%7C-77.6109219%7C563.2704002151422%7C0%7C2%7CFF0000>
>>  -
>> As long as we keep it in the Chesapeake Bay between Annapolis and the
>> Potomac river we can pretty well assure all 27 respondents can attend
>> either by car or boat.  27!!!!
>> Boat Radius Map
>> <https://www.freemaptools.com/radius-around-point.htm?mt=r&r1=38.3184577%7C-76.45411860000002%7C160.9344000614692%7C0%7C2%7C0000FF&r2=35.612661%7C-77.36635380000001%7C241.4016000922038%7C0%7C2%7C0000FF&r3=38.9784453%7C-76.49218289999999%7C32.18688001229384%7C0%7C2%7C0000FF&r4=40.8468202%7C-73.78749829999998%7C160.9344000614692%7C0%7C2%7C0000FF&r5=32.0835407%7C-81.09983419999998%7C160.9344000614692%7C0%7C2%7C0000FF&r6=39.60677889999999%7C-75.83327179999998%7C80.4672000307346%7C0%7C2%7C0000FF&r7=38.8417821%7C-76.51217980000001%7C80.4672000307346%7C0%7C2%7C0000FF&r8=38.9784453%7C-76.49218289999999%7C241.4016000922038%7C0%7C2%7C0000FF&r9=38.9784453%7C-76.49218289999999%7C241.4016000922038%7C0%7C2%7C0000FF&r10=38.9373391%7C-76.32899409999999%7C128.74752004917536%7C0%7C2%7C0000FF&r11=39.5492792%7C-76.09161700000004%7C160.9344000614692%7C0%7C2%7C0000FF&r12=39.2136659%7C-76.24228490000002%7C96.56064003688152%7C0%7C2%7C0000FF&r13=41.2709274%7C-73.7776336%7C482.8032001844076%7C0%7C2%7C0000FF&r14=39.1073317%7C-76.57107529999996%7C80.4672000307346%7C0%7C2%7C0000FF&r15=37.5533593%7C-76.3494076%7C160.9344000614692%7C0%7C2%7C0000FF&r16=35.54655169999999%7C-77.05217419999997%7C482.8032001844076%7C0%7C2%7C0000FF&r17=35.54655169999999%7C-77.05217419999997%7C482.8032001844076%7C0%7C2%7C0000FF&r18=37.0298687%7C-76.34522179999999%7C96.56064003688152%7C0%7C2%7C0000FF&r19=37.8420743%7C-76.27577710000003%7C80.4672000307346%7C0%7C2%7C0000FF&r20=38.785393%7C-76.22332019999999%7C96.56064003688152%7C0%7C2%7C0000FF&r21=37.5531008%7C-76.34028739999997%7C80.4672000307346%7C0%7C2%7C0000FF>
>>  -
>> It looks like any Chesapeake bay location between Annapolis and Solomons
>> will maximize the available attendees by boat.  Somewhere close to 13 boats!
>> Here are some formatted screen shots
>> map screen shots
>> <https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8pEh5lnvP1yMUdWdWRha1FxMG8> with
>> proposed range limits
>> I'll put together a list of locations, your suggestions will be
>> included.  It still sounds like the 2018 Annapolis Fall boat show is
>> capturing the most attention.  The problem is that dockage and moorings are
>> limited during an event of that magnitude.  I'm open to your thoughts and
>> solutions.
>> Thanks,
>> Josh Muckley
>> S/V Sea Hawk
>> 1989 C&C 37+
>> Solomons, MD
>> On Fri, Sep 15, 2017 at 12:54 PM, Josh Muckley <muckl...@gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>> Ok guys I got 23 responses for the survey.  It looks like most of the
>>> people who are going to respond already have.  I figure I'll give one last
>>> day for any stragglers to get the word and take the survey.
>>> *Here's my push* - If anyone else is interested in attending a 2018
>>> Mid-Atlantic C&C rendezvous, please complete the survey at the link below.
>>> Your response is being used to evaluate the level of interest and the best
>>> compromise of location.
>>> https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MFT2GLY
>>> So far I'm getting a lot of interest in Annapolis and Solomons and some
>>> interest in doing it in conjunction with the sailboat show.
>>> Thanks everybody,
>>> Josh Muckley
>>> S/V Sea Hawk
>>> 1989 C&C 37+
>>> Solomons, MD
>>> On Sep 13, 2017 11:57 AM, "Josh Muckley via CnC-List" <
>>> cnc-list@cnc-list.com> wrote:
>>> Having just completed the 6 hour drive home from the 2017 Northeast C&C
>>> Rendezvous in Greenport, NY, I'm pumped about the possibility of meeting
>>> and greeting other C&C owners next year.  Edd is already taking about
>>> having the 2018 Northeast C&C Rendezvous in Port Jefferson, NY.  I strongly
>>> urge everyone to consider attending!  It was great to finally put faces to
>>> names/email addressed.  It was cool to see each other's boats and the
>>> innovative things each of us have done.  We would have loved to have met
>>> more people and seen more boats.  We would have loved to have brought Sea
>>> Hawk but the 6 hour drive would have been more like a 6 day sail and then 6
>>> days back again!
>>> In that same spirit I'm considering organizing a 2018 Mid-Atlantic C&C
>>> Rendezvous.  As the organizer I want to reinforce that this isn't MY
>>> rendezvous, it is OUR rendezvous.  I want as many people to come together
>>> by boat, car, plane, or train to share the experience.  Owners past,
>>> present, and future are all welcome.  I could probably use help in many
>>> ways and would be happy to take input, feedback and suggestions.  In its
>>> incipient stage I'm trying to narrow down level of interest and a location
>>> that will attract the most people.  After that we can narrow down a
>>> date/time.  And then after that we can iron out to the finer points.  To
>>> start with here is a survey.  I'll take the survey results and develop a
>>> location.  If you are at all interested in attending a 2018 Mid-Atlantic
>>> C&C Rendezvous please take a moment to answer these few questions.
>>> https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MFT2GLY
>>> Thanks,
>>> Josh Muckley
>>> S/V Sea Hawk
>>> 1989 C&C 37+
>>> Solomons,MD
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