We are an organization devoted to having fun on the water with friends. We race sailboats, cruise and party. What's not to like? There aren't any stuffed shirts in our club; any of our members will help you out if you need a hand dropping a mast or installing a fitting.

Tri-Service Regatta

2014-09-13
America/New York

The most important racing event of the year, the Tri-Service Regatta, is less than two weeks away. More than anything else, OPCYC’s dominance of this competition defines our club and highlights our team spirit. We need to muster all Pointers with sailboats to the start line on Sep 13th to defend the Cup! The race scoring rewards both performance and participation. That means we need all our regular OPCYC Yankee Station racers to be there and as many daysailors, weekenders and long-distance cruisers as possible. If you don’t have a boat, crew for someone who does.

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2014-TSR-NOR.pdf54.03 KB
CBYRA-Entry-Form.pdf49.76 KB

Yankee Station Regatta Standings as of 23 Aug

Current standings are attached below. 4 boats have already sailed the minimum 3 races to qualify for series awards, and 5 more need only 1 more race to qualify. Hopefully they'll all be racing in the Tri-Service Race next month!

Mike Hollsten
Rear Commodore, Racing

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2014 Yankee Station Series Standings_23Aug.pdf43.66 KB

WANTED: Photos!

Enjoy seeing photos of good times and great adventures in The Helmsman? It can't happen without YOU! Please send in your cruising, boating, and OPCYC activities photos to share! Please send them to 'helmsman 'at' opcyc 'dot' org'.

Updating Your Information

Members: if you need to update your information, please contact the club secretary:
membership 'at' opcyc 'dot' org
You may also use the online contact form.

Club Information and Forms

The Old Point Comfort Yacht Club (OPCYC) is a private organization located at Fort Monroe, VA. It is dedicated to promoting safe racing and cruising, maritime training, and social camaraderie for the benefit of its members and guests. As such, the club runs more races, cruises, training programs and parties than any other on the southern Bay. Skill levels in the club run from novice to seasoned Bay, Caribbean, and Atlantic voyagers and racers. Club members have a reputation for down to earth friendliness and can be counted on to help you out on your sail or power vessel whether it is serving as crew, installing a part, or learning a new technique. The club is a vital part of the Hampton Roads maritime community and often donates to various local charities.

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OPCYC_POG_2009.pdf197.07 KB
OPCYC Con Final Draft Approved by board.pdf77.88 KB
OPCYC Bylaws Final Draft approved by board.pdf84.48 KB
OpcycMembershipApplication.pdf130.37 KB
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