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May 2022

Sam Wetherill Overnight Race

May 20 - May 22
Essex Yacht Club, 19 Novelty Lane
Essex,CT06426United States
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With a 140-mile course from Old Saybrook Light to Gay Head and back, this is a serious tune-up race and great distance for double- and short-handed crews. For more information, visit essexyc.com/On_The_Water/Racing  Visit YachtScoring for NOR and to register: https://yachtscoring.com/emenu.cfm?eID=14869

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The Geartester

May 21
Indian Harbor Yacht Club, 710 Steamboat Road
Greenwich,CT06830United States
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This is an early season version of the notorious Gearbuster in October, with a course between 20 and 30 nautical miles depending on conditions. Divisions may include fully crewed, double-handed, non-spinnaker, PHRF +1, and one-design.

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Lloyd Harbor Yacht Club Race for the Case

May 21 - May 22

The best overall boat in this spring series wins a case of rum. Organizers anticipate PHRF, J/105 & J/80 One-Design divisions as well as a Navigator course for the non-spinnaker fleet.

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Twenty Hundred Club Bridge Fiasco Race

Presented by the Twenty Hundred Club, this Narragansett Bay Yachting Association race has a course in the bay’s East Passage and West Passage.

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Women’s Invitational Team Race

May 21 - May 22
American Yacht Club, 499 Stuyvesant Avenue
Rye,NY10580United States
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Hosted by American Yacht Club in Rye, New York, this event will be sailed in Ideal 18s.

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Safe Powerboat Handling

May 21 @ 9:00 am - May 22 @ 6:00 pm
SUNY Maritime College, 6 Pennyfield Avenue
Throggs Neck,NY10465United States
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$350

Are you serious about learning how to operate a boat safely and building your on-the-water boat handling skills? Get out of the classroom and behind the wheel! Taught by experienced and certified instructors, this 2-day course is the most comprehensive safe boating course available, combining theoretical classroom knowledge with hands-on demonstrations, lessons and on-the-water drills. Whether you are a beginner or experienced powerboat driver, this course is guaranteed to make you a better boater!

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The 75th Annual Block Island Race

  © Rick Bannerot/OntheFlyPhoto.net First held in 1946, this Storm Trysail Club event is a qualifier for the North Ocean Racing Trophy (ORC), the Double Handed Ocean Racing Trophy (ORC), the New England Lighthouse Series (PHRF) and the Gulf Stream Series (ORC). It’s also a qualifier for the Caper, Sagola and Windigo trophies awarded by the YRA of Long Island Sound and the “Tuna Trophy” for the best combined ORC scores in the Edlu and Storm Trysail…

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Owen Mitchell Memorial Day Regatta

May 28 - May 30

Hosted by Newport Yacht Club in Newport, Rhode Island, this annual race to Block Island was started by Newport YC Past Commodore Cliff Mitchell and is named in honor of his grandfather. For more information, visit newportyachtclub.org/sailing/offshore/mitchell-regattas/

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June 2022

Robie Pierce Women’s Invitational

June 2
American Yacht Club, 499 Stuyvesant Avenue
Rye,NY10580United States
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Able Bodied Team Members Each boat will be crewed by two sailors with disabilities and one able bodied sailor (AB). The AB will assist in an action/activity that the sailors cannot do, must be able to take command of the boat in an emergency situation and must be able to move about the cramped cockpit of an Ideal 18 safely. Participants may bring their own AB or an AB will be provided by the Organizing Authority upon request.…

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Robie Pierce Open Regatta

June 3 - June 5
American Yacht Club, 499 Stuyvesant Avenue
Rye,NY10580United States
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Able Bodied Team Members Each boat will be crewed by two sailors with disabilities and one able bodied sailor (AB). The AB will assist in an action/activity that the sailors cannot do, must be able to take command of the boat in an emergency situation and must be able to move about the cramped cockpit of an Ideal 18 safely. Participants may bring their own AB or an AB will be provided by the Organizing Authority upon request.…

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