1st Annual Pajama Cup
New Revised Date
March 13-14, 2021
NOTICE OF RACE
Pajama Cup NOR 2021
Organized by Tampa Sailing Squadron
Apollo Beach, Florida
Open regatta to everyone. Entry is $0 (That's right! Free).
Sail from Apollo Beach to the Manatee river.
Enjoy great sailing, great sailors, and a wonderful anchorage.
1700-1900 - Registration via Zoom (COVID-19 restrictions)
or register by email to Paul Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org
2000 - Competitors Meeting via Zoom
0800-1000 - Departures
1530 - Anchored Pajama Party Begins
1700 - Dinner on you own boat or with friends
1800 - Dingy Parade of Pajamas
0700-0800 - Breakfast
0900-1000 - Departures in groups or solo
Download and review the regatta Notice of Race (NOR) pdf for:
Eligibility and Entry
Schedule of Events
The Race Course
Contact: Regatta Chair, Paul Phillips at email@example.com
Mutineer and Daysailer
Regattas have been Canceled due to COVID-19
2021-2022 Board Nominations
Gary Mull - Commodore
Paul Phillip's - Vice Commodore
Emily Henke - Secretary
John Horton - Treasurer
Karissa Hendershot - 2 Year Director
Joe Kerska - 2 Year Director
Note: Existing 1 Year Directors
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Info.
All Individuals on TSS property must maintain social distance (at least 6' away from others).
To help stop the spread of the virus, please limit any use of the clubhouse to essential activities, at your own risk, and take every precaution in hand washing, sanitizing all surfaces used, wearing masks, etc.
Remember: You may spread the virus long before you have symptoms.
Health & safety are our #1 priority. If you use your boat, or participate in some activity at TSS, be sure to follow current government policies and act with a deep respect for the health and safety of others. Anyone at high risk from Covid-19, or exhibiting any symptoms, should avoid using TSS facilities.
Dockmaster Don Swartz will continue to monitor all boats for safety and security during this phase.
- Gary Mull, TSS Commodore
Please follow ALL CDC recommendations to protect yourself and others.
As a reminder, if you are experiencing any respiratory symptoms, have fever, cough, shortness of breath, a sore throat or fatigue, please contact your primary care physician by phone to be screened before you visit any healthcare facility.
Center for Disease Control (CDC):
Florida Department of Health: