Welcome to the 2017 GSBYRA Website with the official regatta schedule! Always refresh your browser when checking schedule.
GSBYRA Spring Dinner Meeting 1830, May 12 at Moriches YC; $25 per person RSVP by May 9: text Joe Mulle at 631-662-4309
Head Sailing Instructor wanted for Bay Shore Yacht Club. US Sailing Level 1 and First Aid/CPR training required. Responsibilities include: planning daily activities; planning and organizing home and away junior regattas; communicating among students, parents, and club officers; updating club officers on boat maintenance. Contact David DeRuvo at email@example.com.
Register online at least 3 days in advance for GSBYRA Championships, Junior Regattas and Invitational Regattas from Register online links on schedule pages. Do not use initials for club name. Also view results at Register online links!
All GSBYRA Championships open to unlimited competitors per club! Check 2017 revisions for each championship.
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Wanted: Mariner, Mercury, Blue Jay for Greenport sailing program. Contact Jim Ryan
US Sailing Board of Directors awards the 2016 Nathanael G. Herreschoff Trophy for individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the sport to Hunt & Betsy Lawrence.
Congratulations to JC Hermus of Bellport Bay YC and crew Walter Henry of Seawanhaka YC as winners of the 2017 I420 North American Championship held in Florida.
Congratulations to Sunfish Class President, Paul-Jon Patin for winning this year's US Sailing Championship of Champions and to Marguerite Kohler for placing 9th at Lake Bluff Yacht Club, Illinois! Competition is limited to 19 competitors and competitors must request an invitation to compete. Patin, who was representing the JY15 class, was the 2016 Sunfish International Masters Champion and placed third in the 2015 World Championships. He is also a three-time JY15 North American Champion and the 2011 Interclub North American Champion.
Great South Bay Yacht Racing Association, a regional sailing organization located on the south shore of Long Island, NY, welcomes sailors of all ages and abilities to participate in sailing activities! Together the member clubs of GSBYRA coordinate a schedule that includes weekend Invitational racing in one-design classes and PHRF boats, Friday Junior class racing, Race Week, Junior Race Week, and GSBYRA Championships. The Association provides 12 suits of Flying Scot sails used only for GSBYRA triple-handed championships that lead to US Sailing National Championships. GSBYRA is a member of US Sailing.
Organized in 1906 GSBYRA is a not-for-profit, sailing organization where fellow sailors race, share and explore educational experiences building boats, promote on the water safety, and enjoy the camaraderie of maritime heritage at social events. Donations to GSBYRA are tax deductible and help GSBYRA maintain and award 33 perpetual trophies displayed at the Long Island Maritime Museum, publish an annual yearbook in which the history of those trophies is recorded, and award annual sailing grants to recognize sailors who pursue post secondary education at two or four year colleges or vocational schools!
GSBYRA is run by volunteers whose time and expertise is dedicated to the organization. The elected officers and club delegates who direct GSBYRA invite you to improve your sailing or race management skills, and to voice your opinion by joining and supporting GSBYRA!
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