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Welcome to Narragansett Bay Yachting Association

Welcome to the 77th year of the Narragansett Bay Yachting Association. The Board has worked diligently over the winter months planning the 2015 racing season. The calendar is full of well-organized events all around the bay, and we look forward to outstanding regattas full of great competition and fun!! Thanks to all our volunteers for past contributions and continued involvement. I look forward to seeing you all on the race courses!!!

- Chip Hawkins, President

About NBYA

The Narragansett Bay Yachting Association (NBYA), is a collection of 30 yacht clubs, sailing associations, sailing organizations and individual members from around Narragansett Bay in Rhode Island. As a member of the New England Yacht Racing Council and the Committee of Sailing Associations of US Sailing, NBYA is part of the governing body of sailing. The organization was established in 1938.

NBYA manages both Junior and Big Boat (Cruising Class, One-Design, etc.) events on the Bay, as well as special “ladder” events for US Sailing. This effort, along with our Service Center and proximity to the US Sailing executive offices, makes NBYA unique.

The NBYA 2015 racing season will once again feature the Southern New England PHRF Championship in Newport on August 22nd.   This year’s event is growing with the addition of S-Boat Class, J-30 Class, the Twelve-Meters and the PHRF classes.   Sign up early and plan on attending the event at IYAC (the International Yacht and Athletic Club) on Thames Street.   NBYA and the Barrington Yacht Club will once again sponsor a Super Tuesday race on July 28.   This will be scored as a full NBYA regatta as well as your Barrington results if you are a member.

NBYA is also a tax exempt 501(c).3 organization, which allows your contributions to be tax deductible. Please review our Mission and By-Laws, and contact any of our Officers or Committee members for more information. Our objective is to encourage yachting in Narragansett Bay and adjacent waters.

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