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August 22, 2015

This is a fun, family-friendly pursuit-start race around government marks. The race is open to all boats in the CRAB Freedom 20 fleet and PHRF boats 20 feet in overall length, J/70, Alerion 28, Cal 25s, and Harbor 20s. Boats without a valid PHRF certificate may request a courtesy PHRF rating.

In pursuit-start racing, the slowest boats start first and the fastest last; whoever crosses the finish line first, wins. Proceeds benefit CRAB, Chesapeake Regional Accessible Boating.

New this year:  We’re asking BB&G Skippers to consider helping us ensure that disabled sailors will have access to life-changing programs for another 25 years. Take five minutes to create your fundraising web site here:  https://www.crowdrise.com/boatyardbargrillregatta  (once on the page, click on “Fundraise for this Campaign.” If you have any problems, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..) Thanks for your generous support!

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Thanks to our sponsors: Boatyard Bar & Grill, SpinSheet, Mount Gay, and Heineken

2018 Leukemia Cup June 1-2

New Races, Participation Opportunities Added

The 2018 Leukemia Cup sails into town in a few weeks, bringing some exciting new changes, including feeder races from St. Michaels and Herring Bay. Racing registration is open at eastportyc.org/leukemia-cup, and all of the details are in the Notice of Regatta. But the Leukemia Cup has always been about much more than fun on the water.

The Leukemia Cup began 26 years ago at Eastport Yacht Club and has spread to over 46 sailing communities across the country with over $60 million dollars raised to aid in the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s mission, to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.

Funds raised in the Annapolis Leukemia Cup support research and families right here in Maryland including institutions such as Johns Hopkins and University of Maryland.

Our goal for 2018 is to raise $250,000 with 100 boats participating. There are a number of ways to get involved this year and help in the fight, while also celebrating the incredible strides our sailors and fundraisers have made in the fight against blood cancers including the Triple Crown Trophy, Summer Cocktail Party, and Rock the Dock for a Cure.

EYC sailors -- of both racing cruising persuasions -- are active participants in this signature event. But it's possible to be a member of Team EYC without going out on the water. Check out eastportyc.org/team-eyc to find out how to make a contribution in support of a fellow EYCer's fund raising campaign.

Triple Crown Trophy

This year, the Leukemia Cup Regatta is proud to be one of three charity sailing events part of the NEW Triple Crown of Charity Sailing Trophy, sponsored by Weems & Plath. The CRAB (Chesapeake Region Accessible Boating) and Hospice Cup mark the second and third race skippers can compete in for the Triple Crown Trophy. In order to compete for the trophy, skippers must race and fundraise in all three events.

The Triple Crown Trophy is awarded to the skipper raising the most funds for each charity and finishing highest in all three races. The trophy presentation will be held in October. The Annapolis Leukemia Cup is the first on the three races held on June 2, followed by the CRAB Cup August 18, and the Hospice Cup September 15.

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Fawcett Beer Can Season Begins May 11

The first gun for the 2018 Fawcett/EYC Friday Night Beer Can racing series is at 1815 on Friday, May 11. Please don't be late!

The series will have 12 races in two halves this year. Race dates are May 11 and 18; June 1, 8, 15, and 22 (Series 1); and June 29, July 20 and 27; and August 10, 17, and 24 (Series 2).

The Notice of Race has been posted, registration is open, entries are coming in and we are ready for another great season.

It is not necessary to be a member of a yacht club or of CBYRA to enter and race. Boats usually racing PHRF are eligible to complete with a valid PHRF certificate. 

Entry forms and more are available online, along with the Crew Finder Bulletin Board. Entry fee for the regatta is $100.00. Join us after racing each week for a casual cookout in the EYC yard!


 In the spirit of Beer Can racing everywhere, we offer (with a nod of thanks to Scuttlebutt and Latitude 38) the Ten Commandments of Beer Can Racing.

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Racing Events

Fawcett Friday Night Beer Can Race
Fri Jun 22 @ 6:00PM - 09:00PM
One-Design Classic Regatta
Sat Jun 23 @12:00AM
Boomerang Race Safety Briefing
Thu Jul 12 @ 7:00PM - 08:00PM
Boomerang Race Start
Sat Jul 14 @ 6:45PM -
Boomerang Race Party
Sun Jul 15 @ 6:00AM - 04:00PM