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Parkdale Yacht Club, established in 1945, is a progressive volunteer-based sailing club that supports grassroots community involvement in sailing and windsurfing and is situated on the longbeach shores of Port Phillip Bay in the City of Kingston. We have a long standing rich history of sailing in a number of classes, these include; Minnows, Lasers, Pacers, 125s, Catamarans and the exciting resurgence of the Windsurfer class with the new LT boards.

Our sailing season runs from October through until the end of April, with race days being Sundays, casual Twilight Sailing on Thursdays and Learn To Sail programs are on offer on weekends.

Olympians, World Champions, National Champions and State Champions have called Parkdale Yacht Club their home. Our future in sailing @ PYC is positive and inspiring.

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Three private clubs for your summer in the city

  • May 24, 2016
  • By Jeremy Freed

The Island Yacht Club in Toronto

If you want to get outdoors this season without schlepping to the cottage, you’re in luck: Toronto’s private clubs make for pretty perfect summer staycations. Below, we narrow the list down to three that come with loads of outdoor and indoor activities. Though the initiation fees may be steep, it’s still way cheaper than that property on Lake Muskoka.

The Boulevard Club

~ A paradise for boaters and non-boaters alike ~

When is a yacht club not a yacht club? When it’s a quick hop from the financial district and features spin classes, two pools and an indoor basketball court. You’ll find the Boulevard Club on the shores of Lake Ontario between High Park and the CNE. And yes, you can park your yacht there (there’s a waiting list for the privilege), but that’s really only part of the story.

Founded in 1905 as the Parkdale Canoe Club, this member-owned club has evolved into a family-friendly getaway in downtown Toronto. In fact, children make up a quarter of its 4,000-strong membership. As such, it offers a huge array of kids’ programming, from sailing to karate, as well as supervised kids-only activity spaces.

“We have a myriad of both land-based and water-based activities, which sets us apart from most clubs,” says Tony Reyes, club president and a partner at Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP. Thanks to a recent $14-million addition, the club now boasts 10 outdoor tennis courts (eight are bubbled in the winter), five indoor badminton courts, a full-service spa, and more than 40 group exercise classes per week, like Aquafit and Zumba.

The fine print : If you want a solo membership, the initiation fee is $19,500, with monthly dues of $225. To make your spouse and children (under 13) members, the initiation fee rises to $28,500 plus $337 a month.

The Boulevard Club

The six-lane indoor pool at the Boulevard Club

The Boulevard Club

The club also offers year-round tennis plus private lessons

The Boulevard Club

A look at the Boulevard Club’s scenic, amenity-loaded clubhouse

The Cricket Skating & Curling Club

~ A haven for the sports junkie ~

Cricket, anyone? Yeah, we don’t understand the rules either. If cricket isn’t your jam, members of this club , at the 401 and Avenue Road, can also curl, go figure skating, play squash and enjoy the indoor pool (complete with retractable roof), so you’re bound to find a new way to embrace your inner athlete.

“In the summertime, it’s like having a cottage in the city — without any of the regular weekend traffic headaches,” says Matthew Cameron, a member of the club and an associate at Stikeman Elliott LLP. He and his wife Jennifer Hefler, a lawyer at the Competition Bureau, value the club for its family-friendly atmosphere and array of kids’ programming. “The club’s daycare service also provides us parents an opportunity to swim, play squash or work out.”

And the club keeps changing. A recent renovation added a whack of new activities, from a new yoga studio to a HIIT (high intensity interval training) gym. The club offers over 100 weekly exercise classes. And of course there’s always cricket — the rules of which the club’s team members would be only too happy to teach you. The fine print : Initiation fees for a single adult (from 35 to 59) cost $19,800 plus annual dues of $2,570. If your spouse joins with you, the initiation fee for him or her would be $13,200. (The cost is cheaper for anyone outside this age range.) There are no initiation fees for children ages 18 and under.

The Cricket Skating & Curling Club

This legendary field, in play since 1827, is one of the city’s oldest places to play cricket

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Inside one of nine squash courts at the club

The Island Yacht Club

~A family-friendly cottage in the city~

Take that, Johnny Depp and Richard Branson — now us normal folk can have our own private island, too. Sort of, anyway. Located on Muggs Island (just east of Hanlan’s Point), the Island Yacht Club has been a getaway for city dwellers since the 1960s. Under new ownership since 2015, it now has an alliance with the Spoke Club — so members get $500 off the annual dues at the exclusive social club at Bathurst and King, replete with its own art gallery and mini movie theatre — which is attracting a new generation of urbanites.

Open from May through October, this yacht club has two clay tennis courts, a volleyball court and a heated outdoor pool. Its modern clubhouse (which members can rent for special events) has two dining areas, a full-service kitchen and a library lounge complete with a fireplace.

“We’re seeing more and more younger members with families join the club, with many taking an interest in our social events,” says David Moscovitz, long-time member and semi-retired lawyer, who spent much of his career at Goodman and Carr and Dentons Canada LLP. “Then a lot of these people, because they’re new members, start thinking, Well, maybe I’d like a boat .”

When it was founded, in the anti-Semitism-ridden 1950s, the club was one of the sole places for Jewish sailors in the city. And it’s always been a tight-knit group. These days, it has fewer than 200 members, making it intimate — but by no means exclusive. Programming like live music nights, a three-kilometre walking/running trail and a shuttle boat that can bring non-sailing members to Centre Island — a scenic getaway best known for its amusement park for children — means there are plenty of options to keep busy on dry land. That is, until you get your boat. The fine print : To join on your own will cost $750 up front and $2,000 a year, while a family membership will set you back $1,000 in an initiation fee and $2,700 a year. For a membership that includes docking space for a yacht, the initiation fees start at $5,000 (plus up to $4,000 in annual dues).

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The docks at the Island Yacht Club can accommodate boats up to 80 feet in length

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The clubhouse at the Island Yacht Club

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Parkdale Yachts on beach 1961. Photographer: John Beesley.

In 1959 the membership of the Parkdale Yacht Club was increasing yet the club was still operating from facilities more than thirteen years old and which could best be described as primitive. If the club were going to attract more young members the club committee knew they had to do something about their facilities. They had several plans but something or someone always seemed to get in the way of putting them into operation.

Following the club formation in 1945 it was given permission the following year to erect a temporary clubhouse on the beach opposite Monaco Street. The building was constructed almost entirely from second-hand packing cases because building material was in very short supply after the Second World War.

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Clubhouse built of second hand material 1959.

Prior to 1959 club membership had declined but a ‘rebuilding of club membership’ programme had brought more than a two-fold increase in members. This placed increasing strain on club facilities, particularly for the stowage of yachts. The club committee considered several options to overcome the difficulties. One was to gain the lease of the Mentone Baths for use by the club to stow yachts. A second option was to build a new clubhouse, while the third option was to extend the existing temporary facilities.

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Mentone Baths 1962. Courtesy Leader Collection.

The second option of building a new clubhouse seemed to be the answer when a few weeks later the council agreed to support the club’s application to the Board of Land and Works to replace the temporary structure on the beach opposite Monaco Street with a permanent building. The committee planned to devote £15,000 to the construction of their new brick clubhouse which would have a ground floor of approximately 80ft by 25 ft to accommodate stowage of yachts and equipment together with dressing room facilities. The second storey was planned to function as a dance floor, recreation room and meeting room.[3] A building committee was formed and plans made to raise the necessary finance through the issuing of debentures valued at £5 and upwards.

Two months later it was announced that the Board of Land and Works had refused the club’s application. Cr Hawken told the council that the board had rejected the application because it first wanted to identify and plan future foreshore works.[4] The club informed its members that the Board refused to issue a permit to construct a permanent building until the sea wall was constructed along the foreshore. [5] As a result of this blow by the Board the club committee decided firstly to approach the Board to clarify the situation and seek to have the construction of the sea wall in front of the clubhouse given priority. Secondly, the club decided to pursue its third option, namely to ask the council for permission to extend the temporary clubhouse so they could accommodate 40 boats in the forthcoming season.

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Two members of the yacht club, Michael Tapson and Dorian Walker sit on the bluestone pile 1962. Courtesy Leader Collection.

Permission was granted but it was not long before the club was again in ‘trouble’. Two letters of complaint were received by council concerning the extensions and the council’s building inspector revealed that the construction was unsatisfactory. The latter difficulty was resolved when a timber framework was provided for the extension in conformity with the Uniform Building Regulations and the end walls were sheeted with proper vertical board. The original rear wall was moved back to the cliff face and the packing case material used on the roof was to be covered with bituminous felt in a similar manner to that used on the existing building. The letters of complaint were not so easily resolved but they generated extensive correspondence in the local paper.

Mr Wood of Monaco Street, supported with the signatures of nine other people, wrote a letter to the Council condemning the encroachment of the “newly formed Parkdale Yacht Club” onto the bathing beach. He thought it was time that the Council found a more suitable position for a yacht club, one that did not interfere with the limited bathing facilities available to a great number of local ratepayers. The second letter was from the Salvation Army who conducted a summer camp in Monaco Street and whose participants made extensive use of the beach. In this second letter the author while acknowledging scant knowledge about the nature of the building to be erected nevertheless asked the council to reconsider their approval. [6]

When the letters were discussed in Council Crs Shirley Burke and Gertrude McKenzie dismissed them as being paltry and just a storm in a teacup. There were hundreds of yards of sand on either side of the clubhouse and the club only had a small section of the beach they said. While agreeing that the letter writers should be informed that there were other parts of the beach readily accessible Cr Thomson thought the club should be informed that some of their members were “running a little bit wild” and club officials should so something to restrain them. Councillors with the exception of Cr Shirley Burke agreed that a letter about this matter should be sent to the club. [7]

On receiving the Council’s letter the club commodore, Graham Walker, responded with a letter requesting council to receive a deputation from the club and a long letter to the editor of the local newspaper drawing attention to what he believed was a petty campaign inspired by a few petty people in the municipality attempting to discredit the Parkdale Yacht Club.[8] He challenged Cr Wal Thomson’s ‘ unsubstantiated statements’ about member behaviour and drew attention to the connection between the two matters; the club building and the alleged unruly behaviour. Walker agreed that the bulk of the club’s members were teenagers full of energy and spirit for whom the club was providing an avenue to direct this energy into constructive channels. Yet to do this effectively, he pointed out, the club needed facilities where the young people could engage in activities which they enjoyed. He said the club appreciated constructive criticism and advice from council and local citizens but would fight to defend its name when attacked. [9]

Various individuals associated with the yacht club wrote to the editor of the Mordialloc City News defending the club. Maria Mannin believed if the council shook itself out of its lethargy and enabled the new club rooms to be built members would be able to congregate inside and spend their time amusing themselves listening to the radio or playing games. [10] Max Press was disappointed that no person associated with the accusations against the young people of the club were prepared to accept an invitation to attend a meeting of the auxiliary to air their grievances or substantiate their complaints. [11]

In December 1959 a yacht club deputation met with the Council Committee of Reserves and Halls. Graham Walker was joined by five other club members and took the opportunity to raise several matters with the council. They wanted permission to build a permanent club house with provision for a dance floor as well as storage space for boats, permission to build an annexe at the side of the club to be as used as a changing room for female members, permission to have barbecues on the beach, permission to use the hall in Parkers Road for a regular dance and to have room there to use as a clubroom. [12]

By 1961 Graham Walker, as the outgoing commodore, was able to report to club members that the sea wall was about to be built in front of the clubhouse so the efforts of the club to build a new permanent clubhouse, he believed, would soon be realised. There was £400 in the building fund and the committee expected to raise considerably more through the efforts of club members. The forthcoming season looked promising with over 50 boats sailing at Parkdale. There were 20 Vee Jays, 11 Quickcat Catamarana, 10 Sailfish, 10 Sailskis, 3 twelve foot Catamarans and two or three ‘odd boats’. [13]

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First stage of building nears completion, 1963. Courtesy Leader Collection.

Nevertheless, it was not for some months that the optimistic predictions were fulfilled. The sea wall was completed in the summer of 1962 and the club building was commenced in August 1963 with the hope that boat storage would be available in late October. This was achieved. The Mayor of Mordialloc, Cr Cliff Sambell, on October 27, 1963 opened the bottom floor of the new clubhouse. This area of 90 feet by 30 feet used for the storage of members boats cost £3000. A dream held by many members for many years became a partial reality. The second storey of the clubhouse was added later to complete the vision.

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Mayor of Mordialloc, Cr C Sambell, officially opens the new building of the Parkdale Yacht Club watched by Commodore A Walker and from the left, Mrs A McLean, Cr S McGregor, Mrs McGregor, Cr A McLean and Mrs Sambell 1963. Courtesy Leader Collection.

  • Mordialloc City News , October 8, 1959.
  • Mordialloc City News , January 29, 1959.
  • Mordialloc City News , February 19, 1959.
  • Mordialloc City News , April 16, 1959.
  • Mordialloc City News , April 23, 1959.
  • Mordialloc City News , October 2, 1959.
  • Mordialloc City News , October 29, 1959.
  • Mordialloc City News , December 17, 1959.
  • Mordialloc City News , August 31, 1961.

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everything was perfect - the food, the service, the desserts were the best, nice atmosphere and the location - magical

Best food, best view in Moscow. absolutely faultless from arrival to finish. Best risotto i had for many years absolutely perfectly cooked. The view on Ukrainian hotel and the white house by night is amazing

Had to wait for the food for 1.5 hours and then another 20 minutes for the check. Finally called for the manager and he offered... a 10% discount as a compensation. Simply pathetic! The food is mediocre at best. Not bad per se, but one... would expect something better considering the prices. There are many places to eat in area that are much better. Avoid this one at all costs. More

Hello, Alexander Your comment is extremely important for us, thank you a lot for it. We are terribly sorry for your time that you`ve spent waiting your order and we have already taken actions to improve quality of our service and it would be realy... More

Food is very expensive,very pretentious, doesn't worth that money. Portions are very small. We ordered ravioli and there were 4! Four raviolis! For almost 15 euros. Then we asked to bring us dessert menu but nothing, they didn't even bothered, so we payed and left... without dessert. Very poor service for that price. More

This is a very good restaurant. The food is really good, maybe the best in Moscow. The service is also good. The view from the restaurant is great. The prices are very high.

I often visit this restaurant and must say it’s one of the best in Moscow in terms of quality and service. Staff really try hard to make sure that you are happy and satisfied. Customer service is a huge problem in Moscow but Chaika sets... a great example for others in the industry! Food is delicious and the menu has lots of options for everyone! Atmosphere is great and view is beautiful on the embankment. Special thanks to German & Oleg! More

Thank you for your feedback! Again aboard the yacht restaurant "Chaika" in accordance with the high standards of yacht hospitality.

Highly recommended, great location in the city center of Moscow with a superb atmosphere. Too many menu choices, though all delicious!

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Thx a lot for your review! We are looking forward to see you in our restaurants.

Visited this lovely restaurant with a friend of mine. It was relaxingly warm August evening - so the place on the river seemed like a good idea. We came quite early and the restaurant was not full. The hostesses kindly offered several places to sit... and we chose to sit on the sofas. We had some wine, which was good. We struggled a bit when deciding about the food as few options (scallops) were not available. Fish on ice on display did not look very fresh. To be honest it was an unusually hot August and it is probably understandable that some see food options were not available. However, we did manage to order something and sat waiting and looking onto the river. My long-legged friend struggled sitting at the low sofa and the manager noticed that, offering as a very good, proper table beside the open window. It was nice touch and I was very pleased by their polite observations and immediate reaction to solve the problem. Food was quite good and presentation was perfect. Perhaps I can something about the food, but 1 visit is not enough to criticize or make a definitive opinion. Overall, quality place, which of course, does not come cheap. I would recommend this restaurant without hesitation. More

Good afternoon! Thank you for your detailed feedback! We are looking forward to seeing you again, we are sure that you will be delighted with our dishes!

I've been here several times during two business trip in Moscow. The overall quality for both service and food is absolutely top-notch, plus the location is very unique.

Hello! Thank you for your feedback! We are looking forward to visiting again!

Located on a boat at Krasnopresenskaya River Bank this 5 Star Restaurant transforms into a party location due to multiple groups hosting events. Impressive wine selection, Asian and European kitchen...

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Thx a lot! We are waiting for you!

It is a nice place to gather specially at the lounge The service and staff very good I like the river view The food is almost like all restaurants in Russia they serve different cuisine. Staring Russian appetizer till Asian dishes Presentation and taste amazing... I consider it overpriced little bit More

Good location. Nice views. Good choice of food and drinks. European and Asian menu. Nice service. Pricey enough.

Had a large group dinner here. Food was above average and service quite good. The real attraction is the view of Moscow from the river on a nice night. Great place for a larger group dinner. More

Hello, John We are really pleased by reading that you and your friends were satisfied by our service, client`s experience is the highest value for us. We will be happy to see you again, come and enjoy some new dishes from our chef and nice... More

The luxurious atmosphere of this place, the view and the location make it quite outstanding. We had dinner here with friends and the dishes were amazing, accompanied by a chilled bottle of Chablis, it really made me feel as if it was a part of... the classic Russian movie. More

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  • Service: 4.5
  • Atmosphere: 4.5

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  1. Membership

    Parkdale Yacht Club, is an off the beach club catering for mono-hulls, catamarans & windsurfers. Learn to Sail, Club racing & a great venue to host events! ... SailPass is a means by which a non-member can enjoy sailing at Parkdale Yacht Club. It is a form of introductory or short-term membership for a maximum total of 5 separate sailing days ...

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    Parkdale Yacht Club. Details. 🌸 Parky goes Pink Luncheon Fundraiser! 🌸 📅 Date: Saturday 2nd March ⏰ Time: 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM 🎟️ TICKETS: $35 Join us as we gather for a purpose as Parky Goes Pink, fundraising for breast cancer research. Parky goes Pink Trivia Fundraiser @ PYC. Sat 02 Mar 2024 19:00 — 23:30.

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    Parkdale Yacht Club, is an off the beach club catering for mono-hulls, catamarans & windsurfers. Learn to Sail, Club racing & a great venue to host events! ... To continue your membership with us please select RETURNING MEMBER below. Can't remember your Australian Sailing Number? Look it up in the AS Number Finder below.

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    Parkdale Yacht Club, is an off the beach club catering for mono-hulls, catamarans & windsurfers. Learn to Sail, Club racing & a great venue to host events! ... Membership @ PYC . Sunday Racing. Our Summer Sunday racing program comprises of a number of series which run the full length of the season to encourage weekly participation. Race ...

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    At Parkdale Yacht Club we offer a range of special sailing events outside of our regular training programs and racing for both our members and the public. Check out our upcoming events @ PYC below! Special Events @ PYC . Calendar . You can also visit us on Facebook and Instagram for updates. Parkdale Yacht Club. parkdaleyachtclubevents

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    Parkdale Yacht Club. Sport & fitness Volunteer organisation. Whether you are new to sailing or already a sailor our membership is open to all! Parkdale Yacht Club, established in 1945, is a progressive volunteer-based sailing club that supports grassroots community involvement in sailing and windsurfing and is situated on the longbeach shores ...

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    The newly-redeveloped Parkdale Yacht Club has been officially opened providing modern and accessible new facilities for its members and opening the club up to additional community groups. The $2.9 million upgrade, which included a $100,000 contribution from the Parkdale Yacht Club, has transformed the aging building, with a fit-for-purpose ...

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    Parkdale Yacht Club, is an off the beach club catering for mono-hulls, catamarans & windsurfers. Learn to Sail, Club racing & a great venue to host events! ... Membership Membership @ PYC SailPass Boat and Windsurfer storage Sailing Sailing ...

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  11. PDF Conditions of Membership

    It is a requirement of membership of Parkdale Yacht Club that all boat owners insure their boats against all risks associated with their use at the Club and in sailing activities at the Club. Third party property insurance is the minimum acceptable cover. 14. Access Fob: At the commencement of your membership you will receivean access fob. You ...

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    And yes, you can park your yacht there (there's a waiting list for the privilege), but that's really only part of the story. Founded in 1905 as the Parkdale Canoe Club, this member-owned club has evolved into a family-friendly getaway in downtown Toronto. In fact, children make up a quarter of its 4,000-strong membership.

  13. Parkdale Yacht Club and Its Clubhouse

    Parkdale Yacht Club and Its Clubhouse. Parkdale Yachts on beach 1961. Photographer: John Beesley. In 1959 the membership of the Parkdale Yacht Club was increasing yet the club was still operating from facilities more than thirteen years old and which could best be described as primitive. If the club were going to attract more young members the ...

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    Upcoming events. ⛵ Summer Sailing Season. Sun 08 Oct 2023 13:00 — Sun 28 Apr 2024 17:00. Parkdale Yacht Club. Details. Club Racing commences @ 1pm on the water. Ensure you have signed on via Sailor App or notified the race-control tower and sign-off after racing. ☀️ Summer Sundays 🎶 Live Music @ PYC.

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    Parkdale Yacht Club. PYC has a fleet over ~35 Windsurfers racing regularly. This is the biggest and hottest club fleet in Australia featuring past and present Junior, Heavyweight and Super Heavy national champions. And home to the 2019 World Champion! Parkdale racing kicks off first weekend of October.

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    Klub Admiral bus stop is a minute walk from Admiral Yacht Club. Vodniki Train Station is 2 km away. A shuttle to Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport (9 km) is available on request. Guests can enjoy Russian and European cuisine in the on-site restaurants, or relax at the bar. We had a great rest in the club with friends!

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  23. RESTAURANT-YACHT CHAIKA, Moscow

    Restaurant-Yacht Chaika. Claimed. Review. Save. Share. 185 reviews #547 of 10,697 Restaurants in Moscow $$$$ Italian Seafood Mediterranean. Krasnopresnenskaya Emb., 12A Berth International Exhibition, Moscow 123610 Russia +7 495 777-87-88 Website Menu. Closed now : See all hours.

  24. Parkdale Yacht Club Events on Instagram: "Live music from 3pm this

    8 likes, 0 comments - parkdaleyachtclubevents on March 12, 2024: "Live music from 3pm this Sunday! Come down and enjoy some old school funk and party vibes with ...