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Annual RYC Cruising Rendezvous - 2015 Aug. 2 & 3

Oyster Bay/Blackrock Cruise Rendezvous - 2015

The RYC Cruising Committee has scheduled our annual Rendezvous to Long Island for August 2nd and 3rdA meeting will be held at RYC on Friday, July 24 at 7:30 p.m to coordinate departure and provide more details regarding Oyster Bay and Blackrock. Please save the dates. 


We will kick off our first night at the beautiful Seawahanaka Corinthian Yacht Club in Oyster Bay. Members are invited to participate in the club’s Salty Dog barbecue dinner where we will have several tables reserved for RYC.  Guest morrings will be available.

The following morning we are off across the sound to Black Rock Yacht Club in Bridgeport .  Members are invited to enjoy the club facilities including the swimming pool and tennis courts. There are moorings available for about 10 boats, but arrangements will be made for space at Fayerweather Yacht Club, 203-576-6796, or Captain’s Cove Marina, 203-335-1433, for dockage. 

Those interested please log onto and complete the Rendezvous Signup Form.

For additional information feel free to contact either Greg or Andrew Pitman:



69th Annual Red Grant Regatta

July 11 - 12, 2015

Celebrates the Club’s 150th year anniversary


Providing employment training and occupational therapy for the disabled

View race results at

Click to read great Home News Tribune article about Red Grant published 7/5

RYC Contacts: Al Rothschild (732) 238-6767 or Paul Zajac (201) 787-9241

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