Meeting: Wed. Oct. 15

Captain Aaron Hilliard presents:

Sailing Solo to Nova Scotia on the 30-ft Catalina Endeavour and other tales. . .

October Meeting
Wednesday, October 15
at 1930 (7:30 pm)
Greenwich Boat & Yacht Club
9 Grass Island Road, Greenwich CT

For more info:

There will be plenty of food and drink starting at 1930; the speaker will begin about 20 minutes thereafter.

Directions to the Greenwich Boat & Yacht Club:

From the North or East:

  • Take I-95 to Exit 3, Arch St
  • At end of exit ramp, turn right onto Arch St
  • Make an immediate left onto Horseneck Lane
  • Make first left onto Shore Rd
  • Make first left onto Grass Island Dr
  • At Guardhouse, make a right & drive 300 ft to Club parking lot 


  • November 19:   General Meeting 
  • December 5:      Holiday Party
  • January 25:       Art Show/Wine Tasting

Boating Courses from the Consortium

 This fall, the Greenwich Squadron will join six other coastal squadrons to offer a wide variety of boating courses. From West to East, the members of this consortium are: Westchester, Greenwich, Stamford, Darien, Norwalk, Saugatuck, and Penfield. Any questions?  Contact Susan Ryan, JN, - 203-698-0441.

To obtain a PDF file listing all of the courses being offered, click the following link:

Consortium Schedule 2014-2015

The Consortium has a goal of presenting ALL USPS courses to members of these squadrons. Courses are open to any member of any squadron.

Lobster Party – July 13

IMG_2192.JPGThe Greenwich Sail and Power Squadron will host its annual Lobster Party at Greenwich Point on Sunday, July 13 at 4 pm. The main course will be provided by Captain John’s and will be accompanied by appetizers, sides and desserts as well as wine, beer, soda and water.

Reservations must be received no later than Sunday, June 29th.

For more details, click here.

Greenwich Proclaims Safe Boating Week

wear it logoOn Friday. May 9, Town of Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei proclaimed the week of May 17 as Safe Boating Week. This proclamation is part of a nationwide campaign to increase awareness of the need for safe boating practices. For more information, click the link for the National Safe Boating Council or sign up for one of our Squadron’s safe-boating classes.

2014-Town-Proc-Friend-Tesei-Napolean-PoliceAbove are Squadron member George Friend, First Selectman Peter Tesei, Squadron member Leslie Napoleon, Greenwich Chief of Police Jim Heavey and two members of the Greenwich Marine Police.

To see more photos, click here.