This Social Activities section lists the social activities from MBYCA member clubs in which other MBYCA member clubs are invited to participate.
|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.
Fishin' with a Mission!
Mystic Wellington Yatch Club, 100 Constitution Way, Medford, MA
Sunday, July 30th 10:00am - 4:00pm
A day of fun, fishing and boating to support AUTISM AWARENESS
Food | Games | Boat Trips for Kids | Bounce House | Prizes & Giveaways
$20 Per Adult (Donation Fee) Kids come for FREE!
For more information visit: www.mylittlebuddysboat.com
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Our Annual Meeting will be...
Held at the Historic Pump Station on Winthrop's Deer Island. We'll be hosted by the Massachusetts Water Resource Authority (MWRA).
Speakers will include Kathy Abbot from Boston Harbor NOW as well as other Harbor Agency Staff, with a "keynote speaker" Thomas Martorelli, author of the book "An Island In The Family" - about the McDevitt Family and their life on Peddocks Island. As an added attraction, several of the McDevitts will be on-hand to tell some of their story. While the book is not yet commercially available, we hope to have copies available for sale at the meeting.
Registration for the meeting is mandatory via FBHI.org - see the link on our home page for tickets. For security purposes all attendees MUST be registered by Thursday, April 20th.
Yours, Walter Hope, FBHI Chairman
Thank you to our auction donors: Birch Mobile Marine, Constitution Marina and Bed & Breakfast Afloat, Green Turtle Bed & Breakfast, the sailing vessel Kayla, The Point Restaurant.
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
6/22 Ken Legler, Tufts sailing coach and race manager narrates a slide show World Sailing Tour
7/27 Brillian Beacons, a History of American Lighthouses - Eric Jay Dolan, author
9/28 Massachusetts Boating and Yacht Club Association - Bill Scanlon, Mass Bay Sailors
10/26 Corinthian Resolve, The History of the Marion-Bermuda Race - Mark Gabrielson, Blue Water Sailing Club
11/16 The Lost Art of Finding Our Way - John Huth, professor of physics at Harvard
And the sea shall have them all
by Art Milmore
The Tragic story of the Steamer Portland
NOW AVAILABLE ON AMAZON
|Event Information Lipton Cup Regatta
Sat,Sun Jul 15,16 2017
Welcome to the 2017 Lipton Cup Regatta Information page. From here you can access the following:
2017 Lipton Cup Regatta Auction
Click here for more information
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 http://bostonharborislands.org/go-boating
For Boston harbor Island Boating Guide:
|To list your activity please email email@example.com
or contact the social chairman Carol Gilson. Email: Cgilson2@aol.com.
or mention it at the next MBYCA general membership meeting.