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

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,

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

Milford Yacht Club Frostbite Association is proud to host the 2016 Ice Cube Regatta Date: Saturday March 5, 2016 Format: Teams of three, racing in combined fleet format. Multiple three-person teams from each club are welcomed and encouraged. Teams must be declared at registration. Boats may be available.  The Milford Yacht Club Frostbite Fleet will