• 28 Sep 2019
  • 10:45 AM - 3:30 PM
  • Downtown Sailing Center "A" Dock


  • Help us set up and decorate tables for lunch as well as sort and handout the awards to our participants during the awards ceremony!

    Arrive at 12:45PM hustle until 1:15PM
    Enjoy lunch!
    Break down begins at 2:45PM
    wrap up at 3:00PM
  • Help guide participants down to their designated boats on the docks, assist with wheelchairs etc.
  • Welcome and sign in participants and help them put on life jackets etc.
  • Help us prepare the boats for the Regatta by setting up the sails, loading the dinghies into the water and de-rigging them after the event.
  • Ride with the powerboat operator and help coach the participants while they are on the water. Sailing exp required.
  • Help participants navigate the course while driving the powerboat. Powerboat exp and license req.
  • Race with our very special participants in the Access Dinghy regatta. Prior Access Dinghy sailing experience helpful, but not required.
  • Help the transfer lead to use the hoyer lift to transfer participants in and out of the boats.
  • Please choose your preferred arrival time. Feel free to email Lynn Handy at with any questions.


2019 Volunteer Registration for Access-ability Ya Gotta Regatta

Thank you for volunteering for the 2019 Ya' Gotta Regatta. This Regatta would not be possible without your volunteer support. 

Here's the schedule for the day: 

11AM- Volunteers arrive to rig dinghies / keelboats and help to set up chairs under dinghy dock tent. 

11:45- Dinghy Race participants arrive and load onto boats. 

12-1PM Dinghy Races - Session 1 Sailors

12:30PM: Sonar and Keelboat Sailors arrive and load onto boats

12:45PM-1:45PM: Keelboat Race 

12:45-1PM: Dinghy Race Session 2 Participants Load into boats   

1PM-2PM: Dinghy Races- Session 2 Sailors

1PM- Event Set up Volunteers - Prep tables for lunch under the pavilion. 

1:30-2:30: Lunch Served 

2:30-2:45PM: Awards Ceremony 

3PM: Event Wrap Up 

The DSC needs volunteers to fill the following positions:
  • rigger and de-rigger of boats
  • sailing buddies
  • lunch prep & awards prep
  • greeters
  • Escorts
  • transfer aids
  • safety boat operator
  • Freedom and sonar skipper
  • Freedom and sonar crew 
If you have any questions about any of these roles please email Member and Volunteer Coordinator, Johanna Murphy,

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