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Set on the magnificent waterfront at the historic Long Island Yacht Club with views to the Robert Moses cross-Bay bridge, the Mayor's Cup Charity Regatta will feature a full regatta with Spinnaker, No-Spin, and Cruising classes. Dinghy participation will be limited to multi-crew boats (ie Flying Scots, Narrasketucks, JY15s, etc).
Clambake will begin at 3 PM with live music, cold beer, fresh oysters, and a delicious clambake with tons of family-centered activities - all while raising awareness of the health of the Great South Bay and efforts to revitalize it.
The Mayor’s Cup Charity Regatta & Clambake
Long Island Yacht Club - Babylon, New York
Saturday, September 21, 2019
Regatta & Paddleboard Social Registration$10/person
Clambake & Awards Ceremony
$150/VIP, $75/adult, $25/ages 4-12 (3 & under free)
The History: Founded by the Long Island Yacht Club (LIYC) back in the 1980’s, the Mayor’s Cup Charity Regatta quickly became the Island’s largest attended race each season. In addition to its prestigious location, this race offered the largest class for boats that rarely raced. After several successful years, the Race Committee unfortunately waned, the LIYC leadership changed, the club fell upon hard times, and the race was eventually discontinued. Now under new ownership for the past four years, LIYC is returning this prestigious race to its former glory and place among the top races on Long Island.
Have questions about The Mayor's Cup Charity Regatta & Clambake? Contact Save the Great South Bay, Inc.