Old Greenwich Yacht Club re-opens

Greenwich Point is the place to be on Sundays, all winter long.

As it has for the past 25 years, the Old Greenwich Yacht Club (OGYC) has opened its doors once again on Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m. Last year, OGYC was unable to hold the club’s traditional community open houses because of damage the clubhouse sustained during Hurricane Sandy, which have since been repaired.

Sunday open houses will continue every weekend through April 13, snow, rain or shine.

At the open houses, visitors will be able to learn about OGYC’s many offerings for sailing, kayaking, cruising, fishing and more. These meetings are also opportunities for club members to gather during the off season and plan activities for the upcoming summer.

“The Old Greenwich Yacht Club has always been a community and education focused town club,” said OGYC commodore Tom Drake, in a press release. “Thousands of Greenwich children and adults have learned to sail through our programs at Greenwich Community Sailing and our club-owned sail fleet is a cost effective way for families to get out on the water and develop their skills.”

OGYC Open Houses directly follow the Friends of Greenwich Point sponsored Pedestrian Only Sundays which is held in the morning from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the same dates.

For more information about Club Open Houses or club membership, contact Membership Director Kirk Young at [email protected], or visit Ogyc.org.

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