Click here to see the latest copy of our newsletter, The Harbor Light. Be sure to read the fascinating history of Greenwich Point Park (Tod’s Point).
For all details, contact GreenwichSquadron@gmail.com
March 12, 9am – 5pm: SAFE BOATING CLASS.
Police Headquarters, 11 Bruce Pl, Greenwich CT
Register online: https://tinyurl.com/ABC31222
April 30, 10am: Flare/Up! Weed Beach, Darien.
Instruction on Flares. Bring your own flares or use ours.
May 13: Summer Kickoff Party, chez Cummings
Elegant hors d’oeuvres and drinks in Old Greenwich
Lobster Party at Greenwich Point, Sunday, July 31
Monthly raft-ups at our Mooring in Greenwich Cove
Weekly sunset cruises on our members’ boats from local docks
There were cheers in Old Greenwich in July of 2018 as a father-and-son sailing duo took first-place honors as part of a crew in an around-the-world yacht race. “What an epic adventure! Hurricanes, icebergs, whales and fishing nets were just a few of the obstacles the sailors encountered during their 40,000-mile race.
At our next meeting, Benoît Ansart and his son Victor will thrill us with details about their experiences as crew members aboard the Sanya Serenity Coast.
Wednesday, October 20, 7 – 9 pm
Greenwich Boat and Yacht Club
9 Grass Island, Greenwich CT 06830
Co-Hosted with Darien Sail & Power Squadron
Light refreshments by Chef Cecile Delannes
Wednesday, September 22 at 7pm at the Greenwich Boat & Yacht Club.
Andy Papademetriou will take us back 2500 years for a look into the origins and
development of ancient warships. In this talk, “The Ancient Trireme and its
Modern Reconstruction” we will explore the origin, design, construction, naval administration, port facilities, and war tactics of these ancient warships. We will also discuss the modern reconstruction and testing of the ship by a team of British scientists and look into upcoming Trireme projects.
Andy is a retired Mechanical Engineer with interests in ancient history,
archeology, anthropology and ancient technologies. He is active in the
United States Power Squadrons and volunteers for the Red Cross. He is a
Past District Commander for USPS District 2 and he sails his 38 ft sailboat
in the waters of the Long Island Sound and beyond.
Light refreshments will be served.
Members and friends who are fully vaccinated are welcome
Greenwich Boat & Yacht Club 9 Grass Island. Greenwich, CT
SAVE THE DATES
Wednesday October 20 7 pm: Famed local sailor Benoit Ansart will talk about his exciting year racing round the world on board Sanya – and their win!
Friday December 3 is the date scheduled for our Holiday Party and we promise you our usual great celebration.
To participate in any event, you must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19*.
OUR MOORING in Greenwich Cove is in place! Any member is welcome to tie up during the day. Coordinates are: La 41 00′ 86″ N Lo 073 34′ 73″W Your boat should fly the squadron burgee, available for $20 from GreenwichSquadron@gmail.com
June 25 SUMMER FLING – 6 pm – 76 Tomac Ave, Old Greenwich: To celebrate the re-opening of our boating activities following the pandemic, you are invited to drinks and light hors d’oeuvres on the patio chez Mike and Susan Ryan. There is no charge, but we need to know how many to prepare for, so please let us know you’re coming before June 20. You are welcome to bring a friend or two. RSVP here
June 29, July 13, July 27, August 10, August 24: TUESDAY SUNSET SAILS: We meet at the dock at 6 pm and return at sunset; please bring a drink or nibbles to share. If you would like to receive updates on these sails, sign up with David Leisten HERE. He will assign members to boats for each event.
July 10 and August 14: RAFT UPS Saturdays from 1 pm: At our mooring in Greenwich Cove La 41 00′ 86″ N Lo 073 34′ 73″W The anchor boat will be there at 1 pm so come when you can. Bring refreshments to share.No Boat? No problem, contact David Leisten HERE to get a ride to the mooring.
July 21 Norwalk Islands Cruise Wednesday 6.30pmMeet us at 6.15pm Norwalk Seaport Ferry Dock, 4 North Water Street, Norwalk.$30/person. Buy your own ticket from Norwalk Island Cruise via this link Buy tickets hereBring your own refreshments and enjoy the sunset with fellow Club members.Please follow the safety instructions outlined on their website.
August 18 SoundWaters Sail on the Schooner Wednesday 6 pm: Meet us at 5.45 pm at Boccuzzi Park, 200 Southfield Ave, Stamford. $40/person. Buy your own ticket from SoundWaters https://tinyurl.com/sail818. Bring your own refreshments and relax while watching the sun dip below the horizon. Please follow the safety instructions outlined on their website.
August 29 LOBSTER PARTY Sunday 4 pm at Greenwich Point Park: $40/person. Please RSVP here and mail your check made out to GSPS to Vicki Malara, 18 Innis Lane, Old Greenwich CT 06870. Or transfer to our PayPal account https://PayPal.Me/ABCofG
Priority for events will be given to our members. To join, contact GreenwichSquadron@gmail.com, Membership is $102/person or $145/family.
Watch a crew of students onboard the schooner S.S.V Tabor Boy as they
compete in the 2019 Marion to Bermuda Race navigating exclusively with celestial
navigation. Directed and produced by Jack Gordon, the film gives an inmate look at
life onboard the vessel and the intricacies of navigating celestially. ( 30 min. ) Jack Gordon will be available for Q and A after the film.
Wednesday, April 21, 2021
6:30 PM via Zoom
For the Zoom link, email Susan Ryan at GreenwichSquadron@gmail.com
To watch a trailer of the film, go to https://www.celestialfilm.org/