On Saturday, June 5th, the North East River Yacht Club is hosting their annual invitational race. This is a spirited distance event, with PHRF, Multihull, Cruising & CHESSS classes. There’s a post race party and free dockage. For all the details, check the NOR HERE. And then the fun continues at . . .
Teamwork and Intelligence is What Wins Regattas. Sailing is a team sport. The most successful crews use the talents of the entire team to succeed. Everybody has a job all the time, whether you’re a pair, or a group of 12. We’re hosting a webinar where you’ll learn all about the boat handling and teamworkContinue reading “Boat Handling & Teamwork Webinar – April 27th”
This week, learn how to understand and use the National Weather Service’s on-line wind tools to up your game on the race course. Presented by NWS Meteorologists Steve Zubrick and Brandon Fling, this webinar is hosted by CBYRA, and is open to the entire sailing community Thursday, April 22nd at 7:30pm. LEARN HOW THIS: CAN PREPAREContinue reading “Join The April 22nd Webinar: All About Wind”
Please note that the Webinar scheduled for April 19, 2021, 7:30pm – 9:00pm: Handicapping of Non-One Design Sailboats with Joe Zebleckes, VP Racing CBYRA, has been postponed.
CLICK HERE FOR THE SCORES You need your CBYRA member number to register for “The Daves” on the Racing Rules of Sailing. Some folks have asked us how to retrieve that number (if you’re like me, you wrote it down five years ago and threw it in a drawer somewhere) It’s super easy: just hitContinue reading “2020 HIGH POINT WINNERS ARE ANNOUNCED!”
Member Partner with US SAILING: this link will take you to US SAILING. By joining/renewing US SAILING using the member partner program, you save $10 on your US SAILING membership – another benefit of joining CBYRA. For clubs that want to use Regatta Network as a management tool for their races, go to their login page andContinue reading “Join or renew US SAILING using the Member Partner Program and save $10 On your US SAILING membership – another benefit of joining CBYRA.”