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Miles River Yacht Club Celebrates 100 Years

March 18, 2021 by Miles River Yacht Club Foundation

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Miles River Yacht Club (MRYC) will celebrate its 100th Anniversary throughout 2021. Located on the banks of Long Haul Creek off of the Miles River in St. Michaels, MRYC has a rich history of maritime activities since its founding.

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In the early 1920s, a group of gentlemen playing poker in the back room of the Citizens Bank in St. Michaels turned their talk to reviving the tradition of log canoe racing on the Miles River. The first organized successful race was among three canoes: Sam, Island Blossom and Mary Rider competed on July 4th that year.

The 10 poker-playing gentlemen became the founding members of the Miles River Yacht Club to essentially organize log canoe regattas. John P. Cosden was elected Commodore of the new club in 1920 and served until 1926. The club grew into “The Home of the Log Canoes,” and interest in racing these unique craft grew along with it.

As attendance at regattas outgrew locations on St. Michaels Harbor, MRYC purchased their current property at the junction of the Miles River and Long Haul Creek. The club continued the tradition of sponsoring races for “everything but rowboats”—inviting a wide variety of classes of power and sail to the regattas. Today the tradition continues with racing on the Miles throughout the summer, although today it is for sail only.

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1929 Power Boat Regatta on the Miles River. US Coast Guard Cutter Apache in the center. Photo from MRYC Archives.

The Annual Regatta of 1946 set a record for turnout with some 2,000 boats, and 10,000 participants and spectators. While sail regattas continue, the last power regatta at MRYC was held in 1971.

Serving as home of the classic Chesapeake Bay Log Canoes, these magnificent vessels, most of which are over 100 years old, can be seen racing on the Miles on four weekends each year. A favorite of locals and visitors alike, watching them race is a thrill, as extremely competitive crews work to sail them faster without a capsize, something that is not uncommon. Sailing on a Log Canoe is rather like being in a beautifully synchronized ballet troupe while riding on a roller coaster.

The Governor’s Cup is the most coveted of the 23 trophies awarded during the regattas hosted by MRYC. In 1926 Bill Green, skipper of the Canoe Mary Rider, asked then-Governor Albert C. Ritchie for permission to sponsor a subscription campaign for a perpetual trophy to be known as “The Governor’s Cup.” The Cup was presented to MRYC in 1927 by Gov. Ritchie and accepted by Bill Green in trust to the Club. Most years since, the Governor, or a member of his Cabinet or Staff, are on hand to present the Cup. Today, this guarantees that the winning skipper will end up swimming in the basin after sipping a Dark and Stormy from the Cup.

In addition to Log Canoe races, MRYC hosts races for the Star Class, PHRF, Albacores, the Herring Island Sailing Fleet, Wednesday Night Races as well as an annual Annapolis to Miles River race over Memorial Day weekend. Over the years the club has hosted numerous other classes and regattas including the North American Ice Boat Championships in 1977, the Finn Class Olympic Trials, the Mobjack class International Championships, the International Penguin Championships, the Albacore National Championships and more.

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MRYC Current location shortly after purchase in 1930. Photo from MRYC Archives

In furtherance of its Statement of Purpose to enhance the general welfare of the community, the club and its members actively participate in giving back to the community. Each year they host a moving Memorial Day service, collect and distribute back to school supplies, cook and deliver hundreds of Thanksgiving Dinners in the community, collect and distribute coats each winter, and host an angel tree with wish lists for local needy children at Christmas. Additionally, MRYC began the tradition of the 4th of July fireworks on the Miles River. They hosted and provided fundraising for this community event for many years before handing the responsibility off to a dedicated, independent fundraising group.

In addition, MRYC opens its doors for the St. Michaels Volunteer Fire Company annual banquet, the St. Michaels High School Prom, the St. Michaels Prayer Breakfast, and the St. Michaels Rotary, as well as providing meeting space for other local organizations.

The club sponsors a Homerun Baker League baseball team and a vibrant Junior Sail Program that teaches sailing and water safety to youth and which offers scholarships to local children, being open to community members as well as club members. Since 1965 the Club has been home to the MRYC Marlins swim team. This highly competitive team is one of the oldest on the shore and is a founding member of the Delmarva Swim Association.

A cruising group and a regular schedule of indoor and outdoor events in the clubhouse and on the grounds for both children and adults keep MRYC a center of social activity in the community.

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MRYC Property in 1939 during racing on the Miles. Photo from MRYC Archives

MRYC has long touted its accessibility, keeping its fees affordable to attract a broad membership, and adding facilities that engaged area residents with a wide variety of interests. The facility has grown to a clubhouse with a 150-seat ballroom, a dining room and an ample lounge area, a 67-slip marina with new docks for 2021, an ever-popular dock bar with live entertainment Saturday nights during the summer, a boat hoist, pump out station, launching ramp, and a completely refurbished pool with an adjacent pool house containing showers, a snack bar, and a classroom for junior sailors.

For more information and additional pictures from the past hundred years contact Jerry Cramblett, Chair of the Centennial Committee at 410-802-4599 or [email protected] .

One Hundred Years of History

1920 A 4th of July log canoe race highlights the need for a sponsoring club.

1921 A January meeting of ten charter members elected Commodore John P. Cosden and other officers of a new Miles River Yacht Club to develop sail and motorboat racing as well as cruising. First regatta hosted.

1927 Club incorporated. Regatta receptions moved from the Dodson House (now Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum grounds) to the Rieman property (now the Log Canoe Inn). First log canoe race for the Governor’s Cup won by Magic , Capt. Bob Wilson, owner and skipper.

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Expanded Clubhouse 1949. Photo from MRYC Archives

1930 Club purchased property on Long Haul Creek.

1934 Professional outboard motor competition added to the annual regatta.

1935 William Sidney Covington Trophy for log canoes built before 1917 donated to MRYC. Trophy was won that year by J. H. Caulk Kemp in his canoe Island Bird , a canoe built by W. S. Covington. The Miles River Trophy for the speed boats Free-for-All introduced.

1936 John B. Harrison Trophy for log canoes built after 1917 donated to MRYC. Trophy was won by Flying Cloud , a canoe built by John B. Harrison.

1943 – 1945 Miles River Regatta suspended during wartime.

1946 MRYC Annual Regatta set a record for turnout, with 69 power boat and sailing events, some 2,000 boats, and 10,000 participants and spectators. A sea nettle net was set off the beach for swimmers.

1949 Clubhouse expanded with a new ballroom and porches facing the water on two sides.

1950 Sail and Power Regatta split into separate events on separate weekends.

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Late 20’s to Early 30’s Log Canoe Race on the Miles. Photo from MRYC Archives

1951 MRYC hosted Thistle National Championships. A Women’s Auxiliary created.

1952 Miles River Power Squadron organized and based at MRYC.

1953 MRYC hosted two newly organized fleets of the Penguin and Comet classes.

1955 Clubhouse again expanded with an addition on the west side. Frostbite regatta for Penguins and log canoes began in the fall.

1956 Frostbite Regatta moved to late March/early April. The Miles River Powerboat Regatta grew to 17 classes.

1958 MRYC hosted Flying Dutchman class North American Championship races.

1962 MRYC hosted Comet International Championship races.

1964 Pool built on the site of the tennis courts.

1965 Marlins Swim Team organized.

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Ice Boat Racing was once a big attraction at the Club. Photo from MRYC Archives.

1970 Junior Sailing classes initiated.

1971 Power regatta hosted for the last time.

1972 Pool opened to all MRYC members without supplemental cost.

1976 Mid Shore Fleet of the Star Class chartered at MRYC, and a hoist installed to launch the Stars. Finn class Olympic Trials hosted by MRYC.

1977 MRYC hosted DN class North American and Gold Cup Iceboat Championships, the farthest south the competition has ever been held.

1981 MRYC hosted the American Canoe Association’s Class C Sailing National Championship Races for 5-meter canoes.

1988 Miles River Yacht Club Anglers organized.

1990 MRYC hosted the E-Scow Regatta and Mobjack class International Championships.

1994 Second floor added to the pool house, along with renovations to showers and the clubhouse.

2003 Hurricane Isabel destroyed pavilion on wharf; subsequently rebuilt as “Isabel’s Bar.”

2006 Deb Fields elected Commodore of MRYC, the first woman to serve as the organization’s leader.

2010 MRYC Foundation established to provide grants for sailing scholarships, swimming programs, and rowing programs.

2013 MRYC hosted the International Penguin Championship regatta.

2014 Club membership capped at 725 members.

2018 MRYC hosted the Albacore National Championship regatta.

2020 Pool refurbished, offering outdoor respite during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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NOTICE: MRYC IS A PRIVATE CLUB. MRYC will only accept transient reservations from reciprocal yacht clubs of CBYCA or the Yachting Club of America. Please include your club membership information in the reservation request notes.

Discover the charm and nautical splendor of the Miles River Yacht Club, nestled along the shores of Long Haul Creek near the vibrant Miles River in St. Michaels, MD. Just one mile from the historic town of St. Michaels, this marina offers an idyllic setting with convenient access to local attractions, including the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum.

Miles River Yacht Club welcomes vessels of up to 65 feet LOA, providing ample docking space on newly rebuilt docks. Shore power options include 1x30amp, 2x30amp, and 1x50amp, ensuring your vessel's needs are met during your stay. From your slip, soak in breathtaking views of the Miles River or unwind at the waterfront fire pit, picnic areas on the lawn, or Izzy's, the freshly renovated dock bar.

Indulge in the full marina experience with a visit to the on-site restaurant and bar, serving delectable lunch and dinner options. Take a refreshing dip in the newly renovated pool, open from Memorial Day through Labor Day, featuring a splash pad for the little ones. Additional amenities include guest laundry facilities, free Wi-Fi, complimentary bicycles, bagged ice, and 24-hour access to showers and bathrooms. For the environmentally conscious boater, there's a convenient pump-out station.

Miles River Yacht Club is not just a marina; it's a destination where maritime elegance meets modern comfort. Whether you're exploring St. Michaels, cruising to Annapolis, Kent Narrows, Prospect Bay, or Tilghman Island, MRYC offers a haven of relaxation and adventure on the Chesapeake Bay. Book your boat slip on Snag-A-Slip today!

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Miles River Yacht Club

Founded in 1920, the Miles River Yacht Club enjoys a rich tradition of supporting boating, sailing, and swimming activities and promoting social recreation.

  • 24750 Yacht Club Road St. Michaels MD 21663

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*NOTICE: * MRYC IS A PRIVATE CLUB. MRYC will only accept transient reservations from reciprocal yacht clubs of CBYCA or the Yachting Club of America. Please include your club membership information in the reservation request notes

The Miles River Yacht Club is located on Long Haul Creek, adjacent to the bustling and scenic Miles River. The marina is ideally located just one mile from the beautiful and historic town of St. Michaels, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, and a short boat ride to Annapolis, Kent Narrows, Prospect Bay, and Tilghman Island. MRYC offers expansive views of the Miles River not only from your slip on the newly rebuilt docks, but also, from the waterfront fire pit, picnic areas on the lawn, or from a seat at the freshly renovated dock bar (Izzy’s). MRYC also offers a full restaurant and bar open for lunch and dinner service, a newly renovated pool, open from Memorial Day thru Labor Day with a splash pad for the little ones, guest laundry facilities, free wi-fi, bicycles, bagged ice, 24-hour access to showers and bathrooms, and a pump-out station.

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About Herring Island Sailing Fleet

The Herring Island Sailing Fleet is a group of dissipated sailors united by a common delusion, to wit: there is an island in the Miles River at the mouth of the Wye River which no one else can see. They make great fanfare of racing sailboats around said non-existent geographical feature.

The Herring Island Sailing Fleet was formed in 1977 by Miles River Yacht Club members who wanted an informal sailboat racing program for cruising style boats. We now conduct nearly 20 races a year on and around the Miles River. The races usually start and end on the Miles in the vicinity of the sunken Herring Island, north of St. Michaels, and range from five to 20 miles in length. The series races are for cruiser/racers sailing with spinnakers and there is a more casual series for boats with just Jib and Mainsails. We also have social events such as picnics, often at a members’ waterside home. Our dinners and social events are legendary.

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Moscow: nightlife and clubs

Moscow nightlife: despite the freezing weather, the Russian capital gets hot as the sun goes down. Between discos, luxury, exaggerated parties and beautiful Russian girls, the Moscow nightlife offers everything you need for memorable nights.

Moscow nightlife

The city of Moscow is definitely one of the most interesting European cities: the stories about underground lines and secret bunkers, the architecture of its buildings, from the Kremlin to St. Basil's Cathedral, up to the Soviet style of the Seven Sisters and modern skyscrapers, make the Russian capital is a unique and fascinating city.

Moscow nightlife by night

One of the many things that Moscow is famous for is its wild nightlife . Moscow never sleeps. If there is anything true about Russians, it is that they love to party! Despite its freezing weather, Moscow turns out to be a hot city with endless fun, hip nightclubs, extreme luxury, beautiful Russian girls and lots of booze when night falls!

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In fact, in recent years, the Russian capital has definitively abandoned the gray period of communism and its inhabitants have given vent to their desire for fun. As you might expect in a city of over 12 million people, Moscow has an amazing array of nightlife options and a huge choice for all tastes, whether you are a jazz fan, hardcore clubbers or just plain old alcoholics. The nightlife in Moscow winds through a multitude of alternative and transgressive nightclubs where the watchword is to meet new people and spend a night of unbridled and uninhibited fun . In addition to the numerous discos, in the Russian capital there are also 20 casinos open until dawn. For those who want a break of intriguing relaxation, in the city of Moscow there are also numerous massage salons .

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Most of Moscow's nightclubs contain a restaurant, a bar area and a nightclub (the larger ones also have bowling alleys, billiards and a casino!). Perhaps because Moscow is such a large metropolis with very cold temperatures and taxis are so expensive that the owners of the bars and clubs want to offer their customers an all in one place for night entertainment.

So, in other words, Moscow is not the best city in the world for bar-crawling, especially bearing in mind that these multipurpose venues often charge entrance, but rather it is better to carefully choose the club where to spend the night.

For a quieter and more sober evening, head for an evening stroll along the Via Arbat or the Red Square to be fascinated by the lights of the city and the grandeur of the buildings, and admire the shops and street artists. An alternative to experience Moscow's nightlife is to spend an evening of lyric, ballet or opera. The Russian capital is home to around sixty theaters, the most famous of which is the world-renowned Bolshoi Theater (Theater Square, 1, Moscow).

Moscow nightlife Bolshoi Theater

Moscow nightlife districts

Moscow's nightlife is not concentrated in a single district but is scattered throughout the city. However, there are areas with a greater concentration of bars and nightclubs .

The Krasnij Oktjabr (Russian for "Red October") complex, a red brick building located on the island in the center of the Moscow River that once housed a chocolate factory, is dotted with numerous trendy nightclubs and offers spectacular views of the river and the symbolic places of the Russian capital. This is where the most glamorous parties in Moscow take place, there are numerous bars, restaurants and art galleries.

Nightlife Moscow Red October Krasnij Oktjabr

Other neighborhoods with good nightlife are the old manufactory area near the Russian government building which houses some bars, the area around the Trubnaya metro and around Kuznetsky Most , while the Kurskaya groups the clubs with electronic music. We can also mention the area of ​​the Patriarch's ponds, an area that is teeming with quiet bars.

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The crowd is very mixed. Students, young professionals, techno lovers, tourists all gather at Propaganda. Everyone comes to enjoy the music and have fun. It is one of the few clubs where the dancefloor dominates and there are hardly any tables, apart from a few that overlook the entire space. Propaganda is a restaurant until midnight. You can come earlier for dinner and stay for dancing. After midnight, the staff clears the tables from the dance floor and the whole place turns into a club. The place is different from the usual Moscow restaurant / club hybrids, however, because the atmosphere changes completely from "relaxed restaurant" to "underground electro club". Not to be missed.

Moscow Nightlife Propaganda

There are more areas with different music. In the first area, expect a mix of traditional music and Russian pop songs. In the second, slightly larger area, there is live Russian pop music until 2am. After that it is mostly some kind of electronic music. The club is frequented by beautiful Russian girls around 18-25 years old, stunning students or models, and of course there is a good deal of young Russians, middle-aged men and foreign tourists trying their luck! Unlike many other nightclubs, the Icon is a pure nightclub and not a club turned into a restaurant. In any case, if you like to party in a big club and want to savor the typical Moscow nightlife , this is the perfect solution.

Moscow Icon Club nightlife

The crowd is the same as in other high-end Moscow clubs. Men are rarely under the age of 35 and are committed to giving the impression that money is not an issue. The women are amazing even by Moscow nightlife - if you want to meet Moscow's super models, this is the place! Ideal if you want to toast with the Moscow elite.

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The club is located on two floors. The lower floor is mainly frequented by people hanging out at the bar and is good for conversation. The narrow stairs that perfectly fit the student atmosphere of the club take you to the main floor where the real party takes place, complete with a bedlam and girls dancing on the bar counter. In the summer months there is also an outdoor terrace. The place is always crowded and bouncers unnecessarily queue people - having a table or someone inside can be the key to skipping the queue. Otherwise, you might end up waiting half an hour or more. Come early or come back late if you want to avoid the crowds.

Moscow nightlife Rolling Stone Bar

The crowd that frequents this club is quite mixed. People are less trendy and more underground. The place is suitable for afterhours, so most people arrive from 3am onwards.

Moscow Gazgolder nightlife

Immediately upon entering, you will have the feeling that you have come to the local high school graduation prom instead of a real Moscow nightclub. There is no real interior design, but basically just a large hall with a stage and a bar. The crowd is almost entirely made up of teenagers and young people. Not many of the teens speak English, but it probably doesn't matter after all the alcohol. The music ranges from Russian pop and hip-hop to the most famous international hits. Perfect if you want to party and drink alcohol in one of the cheapest clubs in Moscow .

Moscow Tipsy nightlife

Here too, it's full of beautiful girls and it's also a great place to hit them off, as those who come here are notoriously more approachable. The advice is to be very firm with the girls who approach and to make your intentions clear. If you want to be 100% sure to get in, come at 2am when the club is still uncrowded.

Moscow nightlife Miks Afterparty

Oblaka plays a mix of Russian and international pop music. Occasionally, as in many other clubs, there are performances by Russian pop singers. As is often the case in these types of clubs, the music and DJ are not the best but the guests don't seem to care.

Moscow Oblaka nightlife

Moscow's bars and pubs

The bar looks similar but still distinctly different than regular Moscow posh clubs. Most of the people who frequent this place are over 25, and you can find everything from young professionals to creative types to self-proclaimed models. Great if you want to see the "real Muscovites" celebrate without the overblown flashes of wealth. The proposed music is a strange mix of old and new commercial songs and Russian pop.

Moscow nightlife Bar Klava

Downstairs is a large open space that opens its doors wide in the summer. The interior is rustic, yet elegant, with wooden furnishings and plenty of seating. The interior combined with Ugolek's popularity creates a crowded yet intimate atmosphere, especially on weekends. People come to chat, drink and eat. The upstairs bar has a more welcoming atmosphere. It is smaller, with soft lighting and armchairs to be able to relax. On weekends there is a DJ who mixes electronic music and transforms the bar into a relaxed place, ideal for the pre-party.

Moscow Ugolek nightlife

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    The Herring Island Sailing Fleet was formed in 1977 by Miles River Yacht Club members who wanted an informal sailboat racing program for cruising style boats. We now conduct nearly 20 races a year on and around the Miles River. The races usually start and end on the Miles in the vicinity of the sunken Herring Island, north of St. Michaels, and ...

  16. Water Taxi

    St. Michaels Fire Department 410.745.9393 or 911All Pets Vetinary Hospital Emergncy 410.829.9300. Tips for using the St. Michaels Water Taxi. Includes a map of the St. Michaels Harbor, where to anchor, and how to communicate with the harbor shuttle captain. A great resource for new boating visitors to the St. Michaels anchorage and harbor.

  17. Moscow: nightlife and clubs

    Gogol Club. (Stoleshnikov lane, 11, Moscow) Open Sunday to Thursday from 12.00 to 23.45, Friday and Saturday from 12.00 to 5.00. Named after the famous Russian writer, Gogol is one of the oldest clubs in Moscow. Hidden in the central alleys of the city, there are two cozy lounges and a summer terrace.

  18. Directions By Boat & Slip Reservations

    All reservations are booked and paid for through Dockwa. In the notes section, please indicate the reciprocal club where you hold membership. Request Reservation. Our marina is located on Long Haul Creek just north of St. Michaels at Longitude 76° 13'W by Latitude 38° 48'N. All visiting boats are requested to monitor Channel 68 and observe a ...

  19. Moscow Country Club

    Membership owners are also provided with preferential conditions for receiving other Moscow Country Club services (hotel accommodation, meals, shopping at a golf store, etc.). Two membership tariffs are available for purchase: individual (price - 1,150,000 rubles) and family (up to 4 people - 1,300,000 rubles).

  20. Club Membership

    Corporate membership. - Candidates must have up to three reference letters from current Club members, they must be present for approval by the Club board and pay a one-time entry fee. - Membership is for a maximum of five persons that are at least 21 and grants membership privileges. - The yearly fee for the corporate membership is paid at the ...

  21. Club Calendar

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  22. Boat tours and river cruises through Moscow: where to take them

    On this map you can see the details of the longest and most classic of the Flotilla Radisson boat tours: 2. Companies that do boat tours on the Moskva River. There are many companies that do cruises on the Moskva River, but the 4 main ones are: Capital River Boat Tour Company (CCK) Mosflot. Flotilla Radisson.

  23. Restaurant Information & Menu

    24750 Yacht Club Road. St. Michaels, MD 21663 (410) 745-9511 Contact Us Facebook Careers ... Member Login; Miles River Yacht Club. Restaurant Information & Menu ... The Miles River Yacht Club menu changes seasonally. The Fall & Winter menu is available below. 2024 Menu: