The LPYC Corinthians
of Lighthouse Point Yacht and
Lighthouse Point, Florida
"A Club within
Good Times, Good
Friends, Good Seas!
of Lighthouse Point
Yacht and Racquet Club:
"Another Day in Paradise"
- Commodore Cal
Link to website for
Corinthians is a separate organization within the
Lighthouse Point Yacht &
Racquet Club (LPYRC) that promotes social activities related to
recreational boating and general fun. The Corinthians has over 130 members
from all walks of life, and a rich history of social and boating
Some members are involved for the socialization, others for the organized
activities. All benefit from the social networks, friendships, and fun.
OBJECTIVES OF THE CLUB
“The LPYC Corinthians, Inc. promotes social activity among the members,
such as cruises, dinners, dances, parties and other forms of
entertainment, and fosters a spirit of camaraderie among its members.
In addition, the Club shall:
(a) foster the art of seamanship and promote
boating, sport fishing, and other allied marine activities,
(b) engage in
such charitable activities coincidental to boats and boating, such as its
members may decide, and
(c) provide educational programs for its members
in areas of seamanship and marine activities”.
The Corinthians is a very active club that offers a wide range of
activities for all recreational boaters, those interested in boating
(past, present, future), as well as non-boaters. These activities include
cruises to Florida and Bahamian marinas, informal/formal social
activities, and even cruises for non-boaters. In total, there are over 15
organized cruises, 3 formal and 7 informal social events, and 23 informal
Thursday evening social gatherings at the LPYRC.
BULLETIN BOARD NOTICES:
NEW INFORMATION ADDED
about Bimini Trip in June
Important Notice to All Boaters!
The Hillsboro Inlet Bridge
will have various bridge restrictions and closures throughout
January 5, 2015 to November 14, 2015. Starting on January 5, 2015
from 7:30 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. the bridge will be closed to navigation
nightly through April 30, 2015.
Mariners may request an
opening during these time periods by providing four hour advance
notice by notifying the bridge tender.
January 20-21, the bridge
will be unable to open due to moving the bridge control house.
Entire Notice from Homeland Security (PDF).
NEW on Website!!!
Dining by Boat
List of Restaurants in Broward
where you can dock
Commodore: Cal Parent
lived in an automotive town all
his life, in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Cal started at Ford in the
mid 50’s, worked in print sales in the 60's, bought and sold a
printing company in the 70's, started a marketing company with
Chrysler, as it's only client and sold to a publicly traded U.S.
corp and retired in 1998. Cal has 6 kids, 10 grand kids, 5 great
grand kids and most important of all, he is living the American
Dream in Deerfield Beach with the love of his life Linda Thompson.
Vice Commodore: Maureen Jacobson
grew up in northern
N.J. and after college, she moved to New York City where she grew up
more! In 1983, she left N.J. (again) and moved to Boca Raton with
her 2 year old son Darren. After 7 years she was reacquainted with
Ben Jacobson through her parents, Naomi and John O’Connell. Through
her marriage, her family grew and she became a member of the Club
and the Corinthians. Maureen loves boating, socializing and charity
work, especially cancer research and is a Board Member of PAWS which
raises funds for the Humane Society. Maureen is proud to serve as
Vice Commodore of the Corinthians and looks forward to many more
years to come!
Rear Commodore: Leslie Baron
lived in the Los Angeles
area for 30 years before moving back to her hometown, Boston, to be
reunited with Michael. She had no previous boating experience but
she learned quickly to be a first mate and has been boating steadily
ever since. They brought their boat down to LPYC in late 2007 where
they lived at the Club's dock for one year. During that time they
joined the Corinthians and have been welcomed into a
larger-than-ever extended family. Leslie is honored to be able to
serve on the Bridge and looks forward to a terrific year ahead.
Fleet Captain: Al Tupek
grew up in Connecticut and
lived in Bethesda, Maryland with his wife Karen for over 33 years.
Al and Karen have been boaters since moving to Lighthouse Point five
years ago. They also enjoy tennis and skiing and have led many ski
trips. Al was an executive with the National Science Foundation, the
Census Bureau, and Arbitron and is currently a part-time statistical
consultant. Al and Karen have a son and daughter-in-law in
Albuquerque, New Mexico and a daughter in Arlington, Virginia.
We can now accept credit cards for Corinthian events.
You will be charged a small processing fee.
Boat US membership
has been renewed and is available to the entire Club.
This membership entitles members to a discount of $12.50 for membership
with Boat US. There is a group ID#GA84293Y with the group name of LPYRC.
Save the Date:
October - 9th and 23rd
Thursdays, first and third of the
5:00pm - 6:00pm &
6:30pm - 7:00pm
tumblers perfect for your boat or patio.
New men's shirts and new tops for women!
Stock-Up for a Great Season
Fresh Men's Wear, Sparkles for
Casual Tops, Embroidered Nautical
And Much Much More!
** Gift Certificates Available **
COME EARLY - THE GOOD STUFF SELLS FAST!!
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