Cornwall Yacht Club

The official website of the Cornwall Yacht Club in Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY (USA)

Slips for bid: 312 and 210

Slips 312 and 210 are available for bid:

Slip Number          312

 Slip LOA              22' min. to 29' max.

 Slip Beam             10'

 Slip Posted From  February 1, 2019 To March 1, 2019

Link to slip 312 bid document

Slip Number          210

Slip LOA              28' min. to 37' max.

Slip Beam             13'

Slip Posted From  February 1, 2019 To March 1, 2019

Link to slip 210 bid document

2019 Spring Launch Schedule

Here is the schedule for the launch this year. If there are any questions, please contact the Fleet Captain.

Fall 2018 Haul Schedule

Here is the schedule for the haul this year. If there are any questions, please contact the Fleet Captain.

Steak Bake 2018

Please click on the title above to see the document.


On Sept 15 we are holding our annual steak bake. It will be a great opportunity to socialize, to meet new people and to end the season with a splash.

Tickets for the steak bake are $55/adult & $15/child (under 12). Many of you still have the Club Event Support fee of $100 to apply to the price. The activities will begin at noon and continue till 10pm. We will have a DJ there for the day. From noon till 2 there will be hamburgers, hot dogs, sausage and peppers. There will be salads. From 3 to 4 there will be shrimps and clams. Starting at 530 will be dinner. Steak or chicken, baked potato and corn on the cob. Beverages including beer on tap, wine & soda will be available all day.

Ticket sales are slow. A tremendous amount of time and effort goes into this and the committee needs to know by Sept 1 a solid number of those who will attend so that we can order only what we need and conserve resources.

Please Steven Spellman, Cathy(kitchen), Ellen, Manny or Jason for your tickets. Please invite family and friends to enjoy the day with us.

Note: ticket price increases by$5 after Sept 1

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CYC Proposed Bylaw Change

Fellow members,

The newsletter sent earlier indicates that the proposed conflict of interest policy was read during the January GM meeting and has been posted on the bulletin board since that meeting. I have attached policy (Appendix A and Appendix B) for your review. Please note that this addition is due to NYS and IRS requirements for not for profit organizations to have a conflict of interest policy incorporated in their bylaws.

Please let me know if you have any questions or comments prior to our Friday General Membership meeting during which we will be voting on the attached addition to our by-laws.


Fred Schneider

Cornwall Yacht Club Secretary


CYC Boating Safety Course

Attached is the information on the boating course mentioned at the March General Membership meeting.  The course is being offered on Saturday, April 8th from 8am to 4:30pm in the comfort of your own home, the newly refurbished CYC Clubhouse.  Continental Breakfast will be provided.

Please consider attending the course to refresh your boating knowledge, satisfy PWC operators requirements, and possibly get a discount on your boat insurance.  Please click here to view the color flyer for all the details.

Pre-registration is required, so Contact Captain Bob Trenz via email at  or at 845-238-7508 to register.

Captain Bob does a great job presenting new information, offers fishing tips, and always provides entertaining insights from his many years fishing up and down the east coast.

Notice From Nick Stagliano Regarding Ethanol Legislation

The following was received from Henry Matheus past HRB&YCA board member.

We need to "get on" our President Elect Trump & Congress know it hurts us.

Jerry Silverman


Hudson River Boat & Yacht Club Association.

In one of the final acts of the Obama Administration, the EPA has announced its plans to further increase the country?s ethanol mandates, surpassing the current record high levels finalized less than one year ago. Despite overwhelming evidence, they unilaterally decided to increase the country?s mandated ethanol amounts requiring the American public to consume 1.2 billion more gallons of renewable fuel.

 It?s very likely the EPA?s decision will lead to more E15 being sold to unassuming consumers across the country?increasing the likelihood of a boater buying it accidentally!

 The good news is that it?s just for a year?with a new President, a new Congress and a new EPA we have a real opportunity to correct this failure reform this broken policy. With your help, we can tell President-Elect Trump and the new Congress to reform the ethanol mandate and save our boats from the dangers of E15!

 Click here to sign a petition that will be delivered to President Trump when he takes office in January. Once you have finished you will be prompted to send a similar message to your Senators and Representatives to stop E15 from becoming a greater reality.

 With your help, you will be the difference maker in making sure the new Administration and Congress stands up for boating and opposes E15.

 Don?t wait any longer, take action NOW and save boaters from the dangers of E15.
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