Current Social Activities
Nautical Flea Market April-27-2018
John & Rose Williams will be at the club from 9:00 to 11:30 WednesdayThursday accepting donation items for the club booth.
WHAT: any and all things boating, marine, fishing, coastal decor/yard art, nautical, tropical, anything related to living on the coast and playing on or around the water.
WHERE: bring to RYC clubhouse all this week so that we can inventory/price/set-up
WHEN: Wed,Thurs,Friday mornings.  
IF you need something picked up or have ANY questions, please CALL or TEXT John or Rose
Rose 361-332-9669
John 361-774-5166
We still need folks to help at the: 
club booth, gate,drink sales, and other areas 
please sign up.
see list below
Schedule of events
Friday May 4th: 
8 - 12 grounds Set up.....  
12 - 7 vendor move in.... 
5 - 7 RYC Vendor Happy Hour
Saturday May 5th:
7 - 10 vendor move in.... 
10:00 OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.....!
5:00 Market grounds close...
Sunday May 6th
7 - 10 vendor replenish stock
4:00 Market grounds close...
4 - 6 Vendor move out & grounds clean up.
Gate Volunteers....Time slots which need help
Sat. 9 -12  
Sat. 12- 3  
Sat. 3 -5 
Sun. 9:30 - 12  Sun. 12- 2  Sun. 2-4
call/text or email Francine Coxwell 936-414-9216
Club Booth Volunteers..... Sat & Sun.
John 361-774-5166 and Rose William 361-332-9669
Drink sales will be different this year. We will have 2 booths 1) being the Bar for Beer & Bloody Marry's and booth 2) for water & soda as well ticket sales for the Bar. We need volunteers for both locations. Bar volunteers please call / text or email Mike Konarik 713-582-3529  Konarik2@gmail.com....
Volunteers for water soda and drink ticket sales call or text Bill Coxwell 361-463-1193
This booth will be set up on the porch at the club
time slots are:
Sat. (9:30 - 12)(12 - 3)(3 - 5) 
Sun. (9:30 - 12)(12 - 2)(2 - 4)
Membership Booth....Pete Chamberlin
call Pete to Volunteer to help with our membership drive during the Market.  361-463-9086
Grounds.... Scott McCay. come help set up Friday morning as well as call Scott to see where he needs help. 571-314-1574
Vendor Friday Night Happy Hour.... Jennie Taylor
We put on a extra special Happy Hour for the Flea Market Vendors on Friday night 5 - 7. We could not have this market without this fine group of vendors.
Contact Jennie about this. 972-768-5137 



On The Water Activities
Starting in Sailing March-14-2018

A student at Moody High School recently sent in this information and asked that we post the link to the article.  Please take a look and share it with all that you know that are interested in the sport of sailing.


Hi Rockport Yacht Club,
I go to Moody High School. As project for our mixed elective class this year, we were tasked to raise awareness on sailing and boating safety. Sailing sure is fun but it's not without risks. So it is our goal to increase people's knowledge and ensure that they have the tools to be safe.  Aside from participating in after-school activities, we are also asking sailing and boating clubs to help us boost online and social media awareness. 
A recent article I found that I think may be useful especially to beginners ishttps://www.dietspotlight.com/sailboating-safety-guide-beginning-boaters/  Can I ask you to share it on your site?
Thank you and keep up the good work!

Youth Sailing Program

at RYC

The 2016 Rockport Yacht Club †Youth "Learn to Sail" program is on Saturday, August 27th. † This lesson is offered at no cost to members and non-members alike.† The class will be open for ages 10 - 18.

Session size will be limited to 8 participants. Sign up at the RYC Friday Night Happy Hour, or via email to: Bill Coxwell at coxwell@sbcglobal.net.

The lesson will cover basic sailing using our clubs Sailboat Fleet, 2 Cyclones and 4 Sunfish launching from our small boat dock adjacent to the clubhouse.†


The Sunfish is hailed as probably the most popular sailboat ever. The Sunfish is still going strong after more than 50 years of production. The boat is a lot of fun for both beginners and experienced sailors alike. This is a daysailer for active sailing, as it's mostly a single-handed boat and you're going to get wet. But for sheer fun and ease of sailing, the Sunfish is terrific. As long as you remember to move your body (the ballast) when you tack and gybe, you really can't go wrong with a Sunfish.¬† Keep in mind this is an active wet boat. The class will include swimming and capsize drills.†

The class will take place Aug 27th. The action will be nonstop over this day, with everything from; basic water safety, what makes a sailboat work, sailing terms, Sunfish parts terms, Rigging the Sunfish, swimming, capsize and recovery, to sailing, tacking and gybing, and of course, docking.

The class will be at RYC

Saturday 8/27, 9:00 to 3:00

Class size will be limited to 8 participants, sign up at The RYC Friday Night Happy Hour, or via email to: Bill Coxwell 



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