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 Posted On Monday, September 18, 2017
Storm Policy Enacted 
Due to the approaching Tropical Storm, Jose, the Club Manager and the Board of Governors are enacting the CPYC Storm Policy, as outlined in the House Rules (Section XII, page 87 in your yearbook). We are expecting severe weather and, as such, we would like to remind every member that the safety of your boats is your responsibility. Please secure your boat, sails, and covers adequately. If your boat is in the basin, it is recommended that you take down your roller furling jib. If your boat is in the drystall area, covers should be removed - particularly those that may cause additional windage. Thank you for your prompt call to action regarding our storm policy!
 Posted On Wednesday, August 09, 2017
Proctor Takes 2nd at Masters 
Ched Proctor with Kelly Chang and Ben Cesare finished 2nd in the Lightning Master's North American Championship (8/2 - 4) in Metedeconk, NJ. Josh Goldman was 10th and Stephanie Swann, crewing for her Dad in the refurbished 'Love It!' finished 18th.
 Posted On Tuesday, August 08, 2017
Uecker Wins @ YRALIS Champs 
Christian Uecker and his team won PHRF Division III at the Yacht Racing Association of Long Island Sound (YRALIS) Championship Regatta (Riverside Yacht Club) on 8/5 - 6 in his J-92, Hound Dog.
 Posted On Wednesday, August 02, 2017
Upcoming Entertainment Events 
Entertainment schedule through Labor Day: 8/5 Lobster Bake in Pavilion, 8/12 Pavilion Dinner - Mediterranean Night, 9/4 Labor Day Picnic. Click on Club Calendar for more info and to RSVP
 Posted On Tuesday, August 01, 2017
Gemini Wins Around Long Island Race (ALIR) 
James Coffman and Team Gemini's trophy collection from 7/27 - 29 ALIR included Div 4 1st Place, Overall PHRF Spinnaker Fleet Winner, Bohemia Award for Best Performance of 1st Time Competitor, and Jack Tar Crew Trophy.
 Posted On Monday, July 31, 2017
Proctor 3rd at Lightning ACCs 
Ched Proctor finished 3rd in the 49 boat Lightning ACCs in Mallets Bay, VT (7/29 - 30). Bill Bogardus, Eric Heller, and Lindsay Doyle also represented CPYC. Click READ MORE for recap. (Photo by Art Petrosemolo)
 Posted On Monday, July 17, 2017
6 in a Row for Proctor! 
Ched Proctor won his 6th Lightning regatta in a row with a victory at the CT/RI District Championships in Niantic, CT, 7/15 -16, with Charlie Proctor and Meredith Killion crewing.
 Posted On Tuesday, July 11, 2017
Thistle ACCs 
40 boats at CPYC for Thistle ACCs! The winning team of Doug Kaukeinen / Aaron Holland / Marguerite Koehler beat the 2nd place boat by 27 points. Commodore Brian Joyce did a woulda, coulda, shoulda…click on READ MORE to find out why and to see how other CPYC’ers ended up.
 Posted On Friday, July 07, 2017
Thistle ACCs (7/8 - 9) 
A hearty welcome to all Thistle sailors competing in the Thistle ACCs at CPYC this weekend!
Commodore's Cup Recap 
Busy July 4th / Commodore’s Cup weekend at CPYC with 60 boats and 49 races over the 3 day period! Click on 'READ MORE' for race results summary and link.
 Posted On Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Saugatuck Island Bridge Update 
The Saugatuck Island Bridge construction project is well underway; however, completion will be delayed due to a backlog with the steel manufacturer.  Estimates project a likely completion date closer to Labor Day in lieu of planned July 4th completion.
 Posted On Monday, May 22, 2017
Podium Finishes for Cruising Class 
Jeremi Jablonski and Team Avanti took 2nd in the IRC and CSA divisions for the Antigua to Bermuda Race. Derek Ettie and Team Whirligig won Class 4 of the IHYC Spring Sprint - The Geartester. Great job all! [Avanti photo by Ted Martin]
 Posted On Sunday, May 21, 2017
Proctor Wins Early Bird 
Ched remains perfect in 2017 by winning this year's Lightning Early Bird Regatta at CPYC (5/20 - 21) with Charlie Proctor and Meredith Killion crewing. Dave Peck was 2nd and Bill Bogardus 3rd.
 Posted On Monday, May 08, 2017
Commissioning Day 
The Commissioning Ceremony was held on the upper porch, due to the unkind weather. Nevertheless the ceremony and reception was attended by over 300 members who had a great time.
 Posted On Sunday, May 07, 2017
Twilight Tuesdays Sailing Returns  
Back by Popular Demand. On the Water Sessions begin May 16, 2017. Meet at Clubhouse at 1800, dock departures before 1830. Fun Sailing Evenings at CPYC. All Members and Guests Welcome!
 Posted On Sunday, April 30, 2017
Club Commissioning - 5/7 
Believe it or not, May is here and Club Commissioning is this Sunday, 5/7! The new member reception starts at 4PM and the Club Commissioning ceremony / party is from 5 to 6:30 PM. Hope to see everyone there!
CPYC in Stamford Advocate 
CPYC was in two section of this Sunday's (4/30) Stamford Advocate, including an article about local yacht clubs and in Bruce Kirby's recent visit with the CPYC Laser Frostbite fleet. Click on 'Read More' for article links and photos. Photo: Bradley E. Clift / For Hearst Connecticut Media
 Posted On Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Junior Sailing J70 Practice 
Junior sailors Andrew Breschard, Ben Craine, David Adipietro, and Max Haslett are practicing for the upcoming ODR at CPYC. The top junior boat qualifies for the J70 Youth Champs in Newport, RI, where the winning team gets use of a new J70 for 12 months. Thanks to John McArthur and Trevor Roach for loaning their boats and on-water talent!
 Posted On Monday, April 03, 2017
Jablonski Wins Jib/Main in BVI 
Jeremi Jablonski and his CPYC crew won the Jib & Main division with his 43' Hanse, Avanti, at the BVI Spring Regatta. Click READ MORE link for Sail World article. (Ingrid Abery, Sail World Photo)
 Posted On Sunday, March 26, 2017
Proctor Again in Miami! 
Ched Proctor wins again at Lightning Midwinters in Miami with CPYCer Jay Lurie as crew, and is also the overall Lightning Southern Circuit winner. CPYC member Dave Peck with wife Nina (formerly Cuccio) who races out of Niantic was 2nd. Josh Goldman was 9th and finished 7th overall for the Southern Circuit.