- Celebrate Memorial Day at NHYC- Race begins at 130 pm - Memorial Day picnic begins at 400 pm. Members are fee and Guests are $5.00 each.
- Grilled hamburgers, hot dogs and veggie options. Beer/Wine/Soda/Water/Juices provided by Club
- Please bring a side dish to share - It's nice to have tasty options
- Volunteers for set up and clean up are gladly welcomed!
- Please RSVP to Katie Mayer. Check Membership Directory for email address.
The Board of Governor's meeting will be held at the Clubhouse on Tuesday June 6, 2017 at 7 pm. Please note this is a different day from the normal schedule. Come and provide suggestions to enhance the operation of the Club.
This is an overnight cruise to Westbrook, Duck Rhodes. It is about a 4-6 hour cruise depending on wind direction and strength. Protected anchorage. Anchor and raft up if feasible. Have cocktails and dinner on our boats. Contact Mike or Katie Mayer for further information.
Celebrate July 4th, Tuesday at NHYC - Race starts at 130 pm and Party begins at 330 pm.
More information to follow.
Join the Sailabration from 4-7 pm and then enjoy an evening sail under a full moon. Great time to practice night time sailing within the comfort of New Haven Harbor. Contact Mike or Katie Mayer for more information.
The Board of Governor's Meeting will be held at the Clubhouse on Tuesday, July 11th at 7 pm. This meeting is at a different day than the normal schedule. Come and learn how the Club operates and make suggestions for improvement!
The Board of Governor's meeting will be held on Tuesday, August 1st at the Clubhouse at 7 pm. This day is different from the normal schedule. Come and learn how the Club operates and make suggestions for improvements!
First gun is at 12 noon. The Mayor's Cup Regatta was initiated by former Mayor Bart Guida of New Haven and has been held annually since 1973. Boat should submit a Performance Handicap Racing Formula (PHRF) Handicap Rating certificate. See Racing section or Eastern CT Sailing Association website (www.esca.net) for further information. Reception party will follow end of race which usually is about 3 pm.
Sail to Port Jefferson, NY. It takes about 6+ hours to sail there from New Haven depending on wind direction and strength. Anchor or take a mooring for $50 a night. Go ashore for dinner. Contact Mike or Katie Mayer for further information.
The Ray Morgan Single-HandedRace will be held on Monday, September 4. Start time is 130 pm. Party will be held after completion of racing approximately at 330 pm. More Information to follow.
Sail to Clinton and stay at the Cedar Island Marina. NHYC reserves space on outer dock for Club members. Enjoy an unforgettable night of appetizers and cocktails at the dock and then dinner at Rocky's Restaurant. Enjoy the in-ground swimming pool. Have Sunday Breakfast as a group with Skipper Nick's famous pancakes! After a hearty breakfast, sail back to NHYC. Contact Mike or Katie Mayer for further information.
Today the large boats will be launched beginning around 11 am. High tide ; 1:53Pm Please note that during this operation the small crane and hoist will not be available for use.
Launch service begins for the season. On weekends and holidays, service will be from 9am to 1/2 hour after sunset. On weekdays, from now until June 20, service will be from 330 pm to 1/2 hour after sunset. After June 20, weekday service will be from 12 noon until 1/2 hour after sunset. Check your email for any changes in schedule.
Today, masts will be raised for those boats that need such assistance. A small crane truck operator is paid by members to assist in the raising of masts that were lowered last fall.
Club operations and business are discussed at this meeting. Members are welcome to attend to ask questions and make suggestions regarding Club operations. Get Involved!
The final day of Commissioning the Club for the upcoming season. Work tasks not completed earlier will be completed today. Bring your work gloves and tool kits to assist you in your work. Contact Work Party Leader with any questions.
The 2nd weekend of the Spring work parties begins. The tasks for this weekend include; installing floating docks and ramp, installing moorings, yard landscaping and cleanup, Clubhouse painting, and any other necessary work. Bring your work gloves and tool kits to assist you in your work. Contact Work Leader with any questions.
Spring Commissioning begins on April 22 in preparation for a season of sailing. Each member is required to attend 2 work parties in the Spring (note assignment sheet in March Newsletter or by clicking here). Work includes installation of hoist on crane, checking chain and assembling moorings, repairing docks and launches, assembling work float, painting mooring buoys, landscaping property and painting Clubhouse. Bring your work gloves and tool kits to assist you with the work. Contact the assigned Work Party Leader for any questions.
The purpose of the Splicing Party is to assemble the mooring pennants for the upcoming season. New members can learn from older members the art of splicing rope. A good time is had by all participants learning a new skill and meeting new friends. Rope and splicing tools are provided as well as beverages and snacks.
Members are invited to compete in the Annual Chili Cook-Off. Bring your best chili dish for other members to share. Refreshments and snacks will be provided. Please come and enjoy the feast!
Club operations and business are discussed at this meeting. Members are welcome to attend to ask questions and make suggestions regarding Club operations. Get involved!
Website Committee mtg at Clubhouse prior to Board of Governors meeting at 7 pm.
Annual Banquet, Amarante’s - Saturday February 4, 2017