Our 125th year is well under way. By the time you read this, Dock Day will have taken place and the Club readied for the new season.
With the spring rapidly approaching, it is almost time to turn our attention to getting the Club and our boats ready for the upcoming season.
Dedication. Commitment. Attention to details. Caring. These are all words that come to mind when I think about our staff and how they handled recent events that impacted the Newport Yacht Club and our neighbors.
Happy New Year everyone! As we begin our 125th year, I would like to take this opportunity to recap our Club Vision, Values, and Mission statement.
At the General Membership meeting on 6 December, the 2019 Annual Budget was presented and approved.
Volunteerism: it is essential to the existence of the Newport Yacht Club and fortunately is in fair supply. There are a few noteworthy examples I’d like to highlight here for your consideration.
Greetings shipmates…. I look forward to my tenure as Commodore of the Newport Yacht Club. I appreciate all of the support I have received and will do my best to make you proud.
This September submittal is my final article for the Newport Yacht Club (NYC) Burgee as Commodore.
The Newport Yacht Club hosted Mayor Winthrop and the Newport City Council to celebrate the arrival of two sailors, Elena Oddone and Francesca Riano from one of our sister cities, Imperia, Italy who will be sailing in the 420 World Championships at Sail Newport.
It’s been a long wait, but summer has finally arrived!! Actually, we had a couple of very hot days we could have done without, but the weather, as I sit here writing this article, is perfect.