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Social Activities

This Social Activities section lists the social activities from MBYCA member clubs in which other MBYCA member clubs are invited to participate.

Public Education Course: About Boating Safely

The class is open to the public and anyone can attend.
US Coast Guard Flotilla 51, based at WYC, is hosting a 1-day boating safety course on
Saturday, February 24th at the Orient Heights Yacht Club
This is the same course that was presented last fall at the Winthrop Yacht Club.
The course will run from 8:30AM to 4:30PM.
Young adults from 11-16 will be provided the State test that will allow them to operate a motorized vessel and/or personal water craft.
Location: Orient Heights Yacht Club, 61Bayswater St., East Boston, MA 02128
The link to the course information on the national USCG Auxiliary Public Education website is: USCG Auxiliary Public Education
or contact with any questions at
Register By Website
Comments: Lunch will be available on premises for purchase

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Saturday March 10, 2018 - Attitash Ski Area - Mount Washington Valley, NH
The Snowflake Regatta is a fun day on the ski slopes with our summer sailing and power boating friends
It is time to start your plans – pull together your crew, get a place to stay and get ready for a great weekend.

What could be more fun than a spring ski weekend with your summer boating friends? Join in for the race or just come for the party. Come with your crew and race for team trophies – Check out for details. Click here for a flyer

Bring everyone along, including friends and family (even if they might be inclined to snowplow.) The best 3 racers’ times count for the team trophies.

  • Snowflake team trophies for Sail and Power Divisions.
  • Snowflake Pro trophies for people who seem to ski race more than the average sailor.
  • PRHF Ski Championship is for people who raced on the boat in the past year.
  • The most generations on a team
  • Team Spirit - Be creative and dress in costume
Handicaps assigned by age and gender. Youth racers encouraged. 180 Rule in effect for speed suits (must start or finish backwards)


The Snowflake Regatta supports children’s sailing. Thanks to everyone who helped us contribute to Sail Salem! Please be sure to forward this along to your friends.
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Sign up to sail on June 23rd, 2018 and add your sailing plans to the Events page before March 1st, and we'll enter you in the draw to win one of three 'Silver Spinnaker Collection' Bottle Bags from SailorBags.


DANVERSPORT YACHT CLUB 2018 EVENTS - click here for more info

Boating Skills and Seamanship Class
Old Colony Yacht Club, 235 Victory Rd., Dorchester
For more information and dates click here

Wessagussett Yacht Club
2018 Entertainment Schedule

Saturday, Mar 17 – St Patrick’s Party – Bob Sylvia
Saturday, May 19 – Frank Sinatra $
Friday, June 8 – Jason Pharos & Co
Saturday, June 16 – Comedy Night $
Saturday, June 23 – Lobster Bake $
Friday, June 29 – In Sessions
Tuesday, July 3 – Fireworks Deck Party
Sat-Sun, July 14-15 – Watertown YC Invasion $
Friday, July 20 – These Two  
Friday, July 27 – Jimmy Peters
Friday, August 3 – Fil Pacino  
Sat-Sun, August 11-12 – MBYCA Rendezvous $
Friday, August 17 – These Two
Friday, August 24 – Stu Sinclair
Friday, September 7 – Idle Rumors

Stop by for dinner & drinks - enjoy the entertainment, you can even stay the night!
Transient Dockage is available; please sign up via
or directly on
WYC website  VHF channel # 71

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MBYCA Lipton Cup Regatta 32nd annual two days July 14th and 15th
Sponsor Squantum Yacht Club
Click here for all the information

The Swampscott Yacht Club is actively seeking a used launch (water taxi) in good condition.  A current or recent Coast Guard inspection is preferable.  It needs to hold between 10-20 passengers.  Please contact Rob Smith at smithrobertt@gmail.

Jubilee Yacht Club, in Beverly, Ma is undergoing change as we face challenges.
fellow MBYCA Yacht clubs please click here to print out the survey and answer the questions.

M. B. Y. C. A.
L i p t o n C u p R e g a t t a
THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL TWO DAY REGATTA: J u l y 14th and 15th, 2018
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PELAGIC SAILING CLUB - where skippers and crew come together, public welcome, no fee
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General Meetings are the 4th Thursday of the month at Savin Hill YC
400 William T Morrissey Blvd, Boston, MA 02125
6:00 social  cash bar, $2 pizza by the slice -7:00 meeting
Upcoming Meetings:

And the sea shall have them all
by Art Milmore

The Tragic story of the Steamer Portland


Go Boating or Sea Kayaking

Boaters and kayakers are encouraged to visit the Boston Harbor Islands national park area, which includes plenty of protected water, interesting coastline, and coves to explore. You can fish, camp, hike the island trails, walk along the shore, and more. Whether arriving by motorboat, sailboat, or kayak, everyone’s invited to come ashore to see all that the islands have to offer. Permits are required for on-island camping. Docks, moorings, and the marina on Spectacle Island are open seasonally. For further details

For Boston harbor Island Boating Guide:

To list your activity please email
or contact the social chairman Carol Gilson. Email:
or mention it at the next MBYCA general membership meeting.