2016 WORK PARTIES:
John T., Bill E. and I spent a good
5 hours on Tuesday in the buoy field replacing chain, hardware and even some
buoys and we're going to be at it again on Wednesday, April 20 at 8 a.m. and
would be grateful for assistance from anyone who can make it out. (Thanks Adam
W. for stopping by and hauling some heavy chain and George H. for the aerial
entertainment.) Bring rubber boots, gloves, pliers and wire cutters (if you
want). Our official work party, which will include a number of other buoy
field, dock and parking area chores, is still set for Sunday, May 1 at 1 p.m.
Let me know if you have any questions and if you think you can make it to
Gabriel, RPSC Port Captain
Main Work Party:
Noon, Sunday, May 1st
R.P.S.C. is an organization formed in 1984, dedicated to providing keelboat access, sailing education, sail boat events, and promoting boater safety on northern Lake Roosevelt in Washington State.
Our sail club is made up of approximately forty members and another thirty or so affiliates. We host several events annually with 2012 marking our 29th Regatta over the 2nd weekend of July. Watch this site for both highlights of past regattas and the upcoming 2012 schedule.
We have participated with the National Park Service for all of their annual Paddle Days and plan on doing so again this year, marking the 13th anniversary of this successful event. For more info:
Retired & Roving Commodore, RPSC
New to this site - the RPSC MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION and 2016 billing info are now located in printable form on the pages to the right. Know someone who wants to join? Direct them here for an application.
Here's a link to a short video from Foster & Catherine shot entirely on Lake Roosevelt...
Below is a link to Adam Wharf's saga of DAVEY JONES REVENGE
To see the Rickey Point Sail Club buoy field during the July 12, 2010 wind storm click to start the video below.
P.O. Box 1179
Kettle Falls, Washington, 99141