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,

The group has determined that we will race on Christmas Eve as part of the 1st Half Series.  They will not race on December 31st, but plan to have their annual “Hang-over  Regatta” on January 1st, a stand-alone race that will not count toward series scores. Forecast for partly cloudy with a nice northerly @ 8 kts,

New Year’s Eve, Member Gala!

Wednesday, 20 December 2017 by

DECEMBER 31st, 2017 Special Event . . . 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Join us in the Commodore’s Lounge for Gourmet Cheese Display, Butler Passed Hors oeuvres and other Delectables! “A FOUR COURSE “SPECTACULAR MENU”: APPETIZER…Seared Scallops with Butternut Squash Mousseline, Brussel Sprout Leaves, Apple Cider Reduction. SALAD…Mixed Baby Greens, Julienne Apples, Dried Cranberries, Toasted

From The Brrrr…idge December is upon us. The temperature has dropped and the wind has picked up from the northwest. The fireplace in the Commodore’s Lounge is lit and members are enjoying the beginning of the holiday season. The parties are beginning. The Club’s Holiday Party is set for December 9th with music provided by

We know it is November by that familiar look on Sunday afternoon of a fleet of Dyer Dhows sailing out of the harbor. To paraphrase the Talking Heads, you may ask yourself. . . self, who are those hearty sailors on those little boats, and you may find yourself behind the tiller of a small

Soup Wars! Sunday, November 19th

Wednesday, 01 November 2017 by

So you think you “Got Soup?” Tired of just watching the Food channel, bring your best soup to the table. For those not familiar, Soup as a verb is “the act of combining various ingredients in a large pot to create a nutritious, filling, easily digested, simple to make/serve food” Rules: Entries must be received

November Rudder is posted . . .

Wednesday, 01 November 2017 by

As I am writing this note, the leaves are falling and it is a beautiful fall day. Fall Fun is on deck at Milford Yacht Club. The unofficial start began with many of the members’ children dressing up and enjoying the Halloween festivities at the Club. We all enjoyed seeing the little ones dressed for

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