A hearty Thank You . . .  to all our fellow members at our annual grounds and pool beautification day! Gardening, painting, mulching and a complimentary lunch made this a perfect spring day! You all brought your rakes, brooms, trowels and Kubotas! [For background, Kubota was a feudal domain in Japan during the period between

Welcome to MYC’s spring season! As I write this letter from the sunny shores of Florida, it’s easy to forget it is still only 35 degrees in Connecticut. However, seeing all the boats and smelling the sea air, gets me dreaming of another great season at MYC.  Soon, the shrink wrap comes off of the

2018 Bacardi Cup Invitational Regatta Miami, FL, USA | March 4th – 10th, 2018 Father & son, Jim & Josh Revkin had another good showing on a world stage, this time at the Bacardi Cup Regatta in Miami, FL.  Josh, crew on the NOR8234 “Survival of the Fattest II” with Norwegian skipper, Eivind Melleby, had

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, Saturday the 17th, with us! Happy Hour: 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. Check out the Irish Nacho’s! St. Patrick’s Day Buffet:  6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Soup & Salad Bar Carved Corned Beef & Candied Corned Beef Ale-Braised Cabbage Parsley Potatoes Dill Carrots Fish & Chips Bailey Brownie Sundae Adult Leprechaun’s | $17.95++

March 2018 Rudder is posted . . .

Wednesday, 28 February 2018 by

Welcome to a new year! It is my honor and privilege to serve as your Commodore for the 2018 season. I would like to take a moment to welcome the new officers and board members. Our new officers this year are: Vice Commodore Robert (Bob) Colum, Rear Commodore Albert (Bud) Franke III and Fleet Captain

The Milford Yacht Club once again retained the Ice Cube trophy after successfully defending the regatta this year. Craig Morgan, the Professional Race Officer (PRO) ran an outstanding series of 8 races. In spite of 90 degree wind shifts,  Craig persevered and his team of volunteers delivered an excellent regatta. Thanks to the sailors from the

Pursuant to Article XI – Meeting, Notices and Quorums, Section 1. The annual meeting of the Club occurred on Monday, January 22nd. It was a well attended event, and lively dialog regarding topics from the “Call to Meeting” presented by the officers. The members voted unanimously for the new board; Commodore – Ken Herbert Vice

Although the snow is piling up, the temperatures remain bone chilling . . . there is hope, watch this space for the Open House reschedule date to put on your calendar! Representatives for the Junior Sailing & Buccaneers, as well as the Swim team will be available to discuss the program details and schedule. MYC JUNIOR BUCCANEERS

The ground hog may have seen his shadow, extending winter by 6 weeks, but that did not prevent our team from getting the club ready for membership.  This Friday, the club will open from 6pm to 9pm Special Friday Happy Hour, $1 Off All Drinks New $6 Happy Hour Menu Enjoy The Music on Mark

Hangover Regatta, January 1st

Wednesday, 20 December 2017 by

There’s no better way to nurse a hangover than by celebrating with the MYC Frostbite fleet and racing with us in the Milford Gulf. Tentative schedule, skippers meeting will be at 12:00, first races at 12:30. Additional details to be published shortly. For those not sailing, spectating is encouraged. For details, contact Frostbite Fleet Captain,

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