Our Crew

We are a small community of Cruisers always happy to have others join for cruising or just to get to know other like minded water lovers!

Judy Redmond, Commodore

Welcome to the 2020 season and my 3rd Season as Commodore for the LPBYC. I have been a member for many years and, in fact, served as Commodore over 10 years ago! I hope my high energy and passion for the water are contagious and when the winds aren't conducive to sailing, I'm always up for a dinghy ride around the harbour! See you on the dock & on the water!

Derrick started sailing on Lake Ontario in 2016. First on @dock.calm, a 23’ Georgian, which he sailed from Scarborough Bluffs Yacht Club to Port Dover Harbour Marina, joining friends there on Dock 6. Then in 2017, after deciding to make sailing a big part of their upcoming retirement, Derrick and his wife, Nicole bought Zambezi, a 35’ C&C Mk1, which they sailed from National Yacht Club in Toronto, through the Welland Canal for the second time in two years, to her new home on Dock 3 at PDHM. In 2019, the couple joined Long Point Bay Yacht Club, taking part in all the social and cruising activities including two amazing trips across Lake Erie to Erie, Pennsylvania. Derrick is an Account Manager for DormaKaba, working with institutional accounts for their lock hardware needs.

Mike Moulton, Membership & Kate Moulton, Treasurer

More info coming soon....

Rick White, Reciprocals & BBQ Master

I first got the sailing bug around 2005 when a friend took me out sailing on his 17' Siren. I was hooked! As a self proclaimed water baby, anything to do with being in or on the water, I am in.  Our sailboat search started later that year when we purchased a Catalina 22. 4 boats and a few years later we have put a few miles under our keels and are still hooked.  To me sailing means travel, isolation, new challenges, sight seeing, new people, new places and relaxation.

Sharon Lipsit, Secretary

Paul and Sharon started sailing on Lake Erie in 2002. First on Falcon’s Nest, a 7.6 metre Kelt and then in 2011 we moved up to Zatarra, a 36 foot Catalina. Living in Port Dover makes it easy to take the boat out whenever we get the urge. We love to cruise and have sailed as far as Port Colbourne at the eastern end of the lake and Put-in-Bay at the western end. Along the way, we have met many people who have since become good friends and enjoyed their hospitality when we arrive at their port. Zatarra has also participated in the Lake Erie Interclub (cruising division) and the Maythem and Hewson regattas. 

Tracy Banderob, Social Media

What do you do when your kids have grown and you and your hubby of 25 years are left to your own devices? You buy a boat and learn to sail! A techie at heart, Tracy has become a travel blogger and hopes to expand to vlogs before hitting the high seas with her hubby for a southern adventure!

Please reload

© 2020 Long Point Bay Yacht Club. Proudly created with Wix.com