To Join/Renew

Send your name, address, phone number, email, boat name, boat class, and sail number to:

seaspriteassociation@yahoo.com. No need to do this if already a member from previous year.

 

Then, send your yearly dues of $25 either by paying with your credit card through Paypal using this link:

https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=CCQ3S25B7QZ6Y

or by mailing a check to Sea Sprite Association, 115 Field Stone Lane, Tiverton, Ri, 02878

 

Thanks for your support!

5 thoughts on “To Join/Renew

  1. Walter Hobbs

    Greetings from the Bullock Cove East Providence fleet. (one boat, mine). I race about once a year with the Rhodes 19s of Narragansett Terrace Yacht Club. They blow me away even though I have the longer waterline.
    SV Neptune’s Smile # 208. 50 years old this year, Wave if you see me in the upper bay.

    Fair wind/favorable tide
    Walter Hobbs

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  2. JOHN HOWARTH

    Dear Mr Hall,
    Thought I should inform you that we have now sold our Seasprite 27 (Seven A.M. )
    It has been purchased by a gentleman who lives on Long Island.

    It was a shame we never made full use of the association but we wish you well

    Regards John & Janet Howarth UK.

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  3. Mark W. Kellogg

    I’ve recently purchased a Sea Sprite 28, Hull #37, the former Halakai (ex Ariang). I’ve renamed her Cotillion and will sail her from Annapolis, MD. Anyone with information about this boats history is welcome to contact me at MWKsail@msn.com. My check for membership is in the mail.

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  4. Jef Meller

    Jef Meller just joined, maybe for the first time. I can’t remember. I’ve had my 1980 #703 SS23 for 19-20 years. It’s always been on Lake Tahoe. I’m the second owner. No SS association’s that I know of out west. It would be nice if there were more SS23’s out here. Anyway, I’m giving serious consideration to upgrading my original set of foresails & getting a roller furler. Any words of wisdom regarding how to best do this would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you. And thanks for having me.

    Sincerely,

    Jef Meller

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