Welcome to Massapoag Yacht Club

Massapoag Yacht Club was founded on the shores of Lake Massapoag in 1946. MYC is an all-volunteer organization that has become a landmark for yacht racing in Massachusetts, as well as the Northeastern region of the US. Whether you are brand new to sailing or have extensive experience, MYC offers organized competition for all ages. We have hosted national sailing competitions as well as local and regional regattas. We hold races from May to October for all sailboat classes including juniors. For details see our Events Calendar.

News

MYC 2020 First Race of the COVID-19 Shortened Season

Monday, June 1, 2020

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here were 13 boats racing pursuit races today at MYC - Sunfish, Lasers, RS Aeros, 420s and Flying Scots. Plenty of wind and Gary Werden did a great job running races.

Gary submitted an update - "Highlights of today.  8 sailors that are high school or college students.  5 female skippers.  In race 1 one female skipper was in the top 3.  In the other two races two female racers were in the top three.  In race 3 four of the top five boats had female skippers.

Chris Stow won the day."

MYC to Begin Racing - Rules Modified for COVID-19

Thursday, May 28, 2020

As you may know, the MYC Board has been working on adjustments to our racing program to comply with the Governor's Reopening Massachusetts plan. We are now ready to start racing this Sunday, May 31st at 1:30pm. Gary Werden has graciously volunteered to serve as PRO during this transition period and the Sailing Instructions will be modified based on the attached addendum.

IF YOU WERE SCHEDULED FOR DUTY, THERE IS NO DUTY FOR YOU AT THIS TIME.

Some highlights:

- All races will be pursuit races.

- Safety boat coverage will be limited. Racers who are uncomfortable with the conditions and/or the rescue assistance capacity SHOULD NOT RACE. Remember RRS Rule 4.  

- The PRO, in consultation with the RC Chair or a Board Member, will determine whether conditions are suitable for racing based on the available rescue capacity.

- The RRS definition of Keep Clear is amended to: A boat keeps clear of a right-of-way boat when she maintains six feet between boats.

- All racers must wear PFDs on the water at all times and carry a whistle.  

Please continue to wear a mask (or a neck gaiter, buff, or other suitable device to cover your mouth and nose) in areas on shore and on the docks.  

We hope to see you on the water.

MYC Board of Directors

MYC COVID-19 Update 5/20/2020

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

The Club is starting to reopen more as the Governor announces the re-opening phases for Massachusetts. We are still not holding club sponsored activities, but the docks are in, the moorings are in, the restrooms are open and the place is almost all cleaned up. We still need people to volunteer to do some painting and other tasks to spruce up the buildings,  The club is available for limited personal use and we are working on getting racing started with modified rules.

Here's the Commodore's latt message - https://www.sailmyc.org/About/Commodores-Corner

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Upcoming Events

BYO Dinner after racing
Start Date/Time:
Wednesday, May 27, 2020 8:00 PM
End Date/Time:
Wednesday, May 27, 2020 9:00 PM
Recurring Event:
Recurring Event Every 1 week(s) on Wednesday until 8/12/2020 (total 13 events)
Importance:
Normal Priority
Category:
MYC Meals
Description:

Several members have an informal BYO dinner after racing on Wednesdays at the club.  ANyone is welcome to join!

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Contact Information

Massapoag Yacht Club58 Lakeview Street P.O.Box 18
Sharon, MA 02067

Lat: 42° 5' 52" N     Lon: 71° 10' 50" W

Email:  info@sailmyc.org