Rappahannock River Yacht Club

Mother's Day Racing

07/19/2016 11:58 am
Fleet: Women's Sailing Program

Mother's Day Sunday May 8th brought breezy conditions to Carter's Creek with NW winds averaging 10 knots and gusting up to 15.  Two teams competed in theSpring Women's Racing. Aboard Ty Affair was Caroline Wheal and Sabina German with coach Danielle Kuper and sailing Venturi was... read more

Women's Sailing Clinic Sunday May 14 and 21

02/21/2017 3:40 pm
Fleet: Women's Sailing Program

The Typhoon fleet is hosting a Women's Sailing Clinic on Sunday May 14th and May 21st at 2:00 pm. The event is open to all levels of female sailors ranging from beginner to advanced. Boats and on-board coaches will be... read more

Sign-Up Soon - Women's Sailing Clinic May 14th and 21st at 1400

04/17/2017 3:42 pm
Fleet: Women's Sailing Program

With all this wonderful weather it is time to start thinking about sailing. RRYC will be hosting a Women's Sailing Clinic on Sunday May 14 and Sunday May 21 starting at 1400 (2:00 pm). This event is open to all... read more

Women's Clinic a Sold Out Success!

05/26/2017 9:28 am
Fleet: Women's Sailing Program

On a windy afternoon on Mother’s day, sixteen intrepid women gathered on the club porch for the start of the 2017 Women’s Sailing Clinic. Because of the strong, gusty wind, the first Sunday’s session, May 14, was held on Carter’s... read more

2018 Women's Sailing Clinic Scheduled for Sunday May 6 and May 20 from 1pm to 4pm

03/19/2018 2:18 pm
Fleet: Women's Sailing Program

This year's Women's Sailing Clinic is being offered jointly with Premier Sailing who is celebrating their 20th anniversary. In 1998, the first sailing session taught by Premier Sailing here on Carter's Creek was a women's sailing event. The 2018 Clinic will... read more

6th Annual Women's Program a Wind Filled Event

05/21/2018 9:22 am
Fleet: Women's Sailing Program

After 4 days of rain, the skies cleared just barely but enough to make for an enjoyable afternoon on the water.  The SW wind started out at 10 knots dropping slightly to 7 knots.  Nine enthusiastic participants boarded five Cape... read more