We are pleased to announce the 2021 schedule for upcoming boating classes in the area. These will be given virtually until Covid-19 restrictions are lifted.
- Marine Navigation: Sat January 16 9am – 1pm for 7 weeks.–
- Cruise & Cruise Planning: Sat January 16 1:30pm-5:30pm, for 6 weeks.
- Weather: Sat March 6 1:30pm-5:30pm, for 5 weeks.
- Safe boating Class for the CT boat and personal water class license will be given March 13 2021 – 9 am to 5pm
- Marine Engine Maintenance: Sat March 20 9am – 1pm for 6 weeks.
- AIS (Automatic Identification System) Seminar: Tues April 13 6pm for 2 nights
For all enquiries – and to register – please contact GreenwichSquadron@gmail.com. If you are not a member, and would like to take a class, we suggest you pay your $100 membership and then you can take any class at the members cost.
The Winter issue of our newsletter has just been published. Be sure to read the article on the recent boat fires in Stamford and Cos Cob, plus much more.
Click here to read the newsletter.
Penfield Sail and Power Squadron and America’s Boating Club of Greenwich are proud to invite you to this virtual event: October 21, 7 pm via Zoom.
~ ZOOM LINK WILL BE SENT IN A LATER NOTICE; WATCH YOUR INBOX ~
Presented by Carleen Lyden Walker of the North American Marine Environment Protection Association.
The maritime world is entering the “Fourth Industrial Revolution“, with disruptors like automation and digitalization joining forces with impending regulations to create profound change in the industry. This unprecedented convergence results in challenges – and opportunity.
Carleen Lyden Walker, Executive Director of NAMEPA and long-time member of America’s Boating Club of Greenwich, discusses the current situation of shipping and what can be expected in that crucial industry over the next ten years.
Carleen has over 40 years in the commercial maritime industry and was recently named one of the top 100 women in shipping globally. She works to develop strategic alliances between industry, regulators, conservation groups and educators to “Save Our Seas“.
She graduated from Wellesley College with a BA in Political Science and History (minor in Economics), and studied Accounting at Cornell School of Business Administration. Perhaps of most interest to our audience is that she held a USCG Captain’s license – and has enjoyed boating of all kinds all her life.
The FALL issue of Harbor Light, the newsletter for our club, is now available online. Click here to read it.
The SUMMER issue of Harbor Light, the newsletter for our club, is now available online. Click here to read it.
Please note that as of March 15, 2020 all of the Club’s classes and events are canceled for two months following CDC and State guidelines for the Covid-19 outbreak. Please watch your inbox and this website for any updates. Thank you for your understanding.
- Friday, March 6 at 7pm
- Innis Arden Country Club
- 120 Tomac Ave, Old Greenwich
- Presided by District Commander Andy Papademetriou, N
- Cash bar ~ Dinner ~ Celebration
Our traditional Change of Watch evening starts with socializing at the cash bar, Chef Kevin’s signature three-course chicken dinner and the short ceremony of swearing in the officers for the coming Watch. Come to this elegant venue to support America’s Boating Club of Greenwich, meet our officers, enjoy your fellow members and talk boating!
We ask you to RSVP to Susan Ryan by Monday, March 2
Phone 203-998-1864 or
Please transfer $45 per person via PayPal https://PayPal.Me/ABCofG
or Mail check payable to GSPS to 76 Tomac Ave, Old Greenwich CT 06870