The 2018 Bermuda Race starts today (June 15th.) Founding RYC member and Past Commodore Jim Frayer has been blogging about the race preparations and will continue to post updates. You can read Jim’s blogs here: http://www.landfallnavigation.com/blog/
The injured swan that sought food and safety at the club toward the end of this season is now in the hands animal authorities who will determine its condition and what should be done. Thanks to several club members Snowflake…
RYC closed the 2017 season and the first 30 years as a club with the Decommissioning celebration on Sunday, October 1st. It was attended by club members, their children and a swan the kids named, “Snowflake.”
This year’s Oktoberfest was attended by around 50 members and a great time was had by all! Thanks to hosts Florian, Eric, Barbara, Erik & Nancy Jo (Slideshow)
Here’s the construction process – Check back for more photos as finishing touches are added.
“The Amistad was a schooner made famous by its slave revolt made by Mende captives in 1839. The African captives seized control of the ship, killing some of the crew and ordering the survivors to sail the ship to Africa.…
Photos captured by Trevor Bechervaise
The week of June 19th through 23rd was filled with fun and learning!
Last year we watched a family of Mallard Ducks grow up at RYC. This year there’s a brand new one.