Due to the unfortunate shutdown of the club: If you want to launch your boat before the club reopens I will be taking Launch forms by email .
2020 Launch forms are available from me if you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please complete and email back all pages in Pdf format. If you do not know how to scan and email a PDF file you can also print out the attached Launch PDF file and mail copies of the launch form through the United State Postal Service.
Along with the launch form, I will also need your boat registration and prof of insurance 300K min with Miamogue Yacht Club 155 Seaviev Ave Bridgeport as additional Insured.
Any questions you can call or text me at 203-788-5441 or email me at miamoguedock.com
Good Friday, April 10th the Auxiliary Fabulous Fish Fry, please sign up at the bar the cost is $12.00 adults, $5.00 for kids. Cut off date will be March 31, 2019. If you miss the due date the cost will be $15.00 at the door.
Corned beef dinner complete on March 7th. 6 00 til 8 00. LIVE MUSIC, Karaoke til end. 15.00 per person. Kids half price. Fun night
From the Commodore
Well here we are in February and although it is a short month it seems painfully long if you’re a boat owner. We have a few events planned for the club this month starting with our Super Bowl pregame on the 2nd starting around 12pm. Food will be provided for a $5 charge. Please feel free to bring a creation of your own. Also, our annual fishing awards dinner will be held on March 14th at 7pm. Tickets will be available behind the bar. Once again, I ask that members make an effort to support the club during the winter months. It has been very quiet and it would be nice to see a few more members stopping in.
Just a reminder that dues for electric, storage and work hour should have been received by now and in fact are due. If you happen to be one of those members that did not receive a bill or have not paid yet, I encourage you to get your payment to the club as soon as possible to avoid a 20% late fee. Failure to receive a bill does not exempt you from payment. Please contact the financial manager by email if you have questions. Your cooperation is much appreciated.
We are always looking for new members and I encourage the membership to bring family and friends to any of our functions and perhaps entice them to become members as well.
Our next General Body meeting is on February 25th of this month. Please try to attend!
Thank you to Jim McPadden, Mike Eaton and Max Torri for stepping up to run for the Board. Our Club is all about people who want to be involved to keep things moving forward.
FROM THE YARD/REGARDING 2019 HAUL. I hope everyone had an enjoyable and safe boating season and we all hope for those last few great fall days to take that last trip. In the meantime we are planning our 2019 haul and hopefully will be able to accommodate all of our members. The following are just some reminders of the yard procedure for hauling. ALL BOATS hauled must fill out a haul form. They are available at the bar. COMMUNICATION is the key to a successful haul for everyone. The Yardmaster or Committee member must be contacted before a boat is positioned in the yard. We do not store blocks or stands at the club and there is absolutely NO POWER WASHING of any kind in the yard. Contact number for Yardmaster is 203 676 3618. If you text please leave your name. Also, if your trailer was stored in the yard and you find an orange spray painted tag on the tongue of your trailer, please contact me ASAP to avoid any fines or penalties. As always, thanks for your cooperation regarding these issues. Bob Cole, Yardmaster
From the Yard Committee: Happy Halloween to all members, however this is not only Halloween but the official end of the boating season. Please prepare your paperwork and your boats for the end of season haul. Remember the weather will change quickly and the water in the yard will be turned off accordingly. We have many new members hauling this year and are expecting a large haul. We have limited space and this is a first come first served operation. As always last out is first in and if you are not prepared to launch in the spring you will be repositioned at your expense. Please be reminded there is no POWERWASHING allowed in the yard. Please plan accordingly. As always, thank you for your cooperation.
The Yard Committee From the yard. Please remember that this is a very busy season in the yard. We are hauling very large boats In some very tight areas using some very large equipment . Please be reminded to park your vehicles so they will not impact the haul. Please remind your guests of the situation as well and if you think there might be an issue please leave your keys on the floor of your vehicle so we may move it. The Yard Committee
IF YOU ARE PLANNING ON HAULING AND STORING YOUR BOAT IN THE YARD, PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING RULES AND GUIDELINES. We have had an unusually large number of requests about storage this year and I wanted to get this out in order to answer many of the questions that are being asked about winter storage. Storage is basically on a first come first serve basis for SLIP HOLDERS. The Yardmaster or committee member will position all boats and trailers in the yard, not the hauler or boat owner. You must fill out a HAUL FORM prior to the haul and COMMUNICATE with the yardmaster or committee member. Failure to do so will result in a fine of 250.00$,per the yard rules. Yard rule 12 states that there is one boat and or one trailer per member for those of you with more than that number. If all of the slip holders requested storage we would not be able to accommodate everyone so I suggest the owners with the larger boats begin to consider hauling NOW. We need to haul larger boats first and the fill in with the trailer boats. Also remember that the water in the yard will be left on as long as the weather permits, as we all know that can change quickly here. So in closing the advantages of an early haul are an assured location in the yard, access to water, and better weather to wrap and winterize. Please treat the yard as if it were your own because it is. All boats should be free and clear of any debris stored under the boat. Thank you, The Yard Committee
2019 YEAR LONG FISHING CONTEST
Sign-up at the Bar! These are the categories
Annual Fishing Contest
as of 10/20/2019
1st 40.67 Kevin Bova
2nd 36.97 John Ziobo
3rd 36.18 Stephanie Polke
1st 4.54 John Mikita
2nd 4.03 Mike Vidmosko
3rd 4.02 John Valentino
1st 4.72 Dan Bocchino
2nd 3.62 Cathy Washburn
3rd 2.28 Fred Giordano
1st 2.92 Mike Vidmosko
2nd 2.59 Stephane Polke
3rd 2.36 Dan Bocchino
1st 2.18 John Mikita
2nd 2.18 Russel Applebee
3rd 2.12 Dan Bocchino
1st 9.58 Mike Vidmosko
2nd 8.92 Daniel Hripak
3rd 7.10 Dan DaCosta
1st 16.91 Dan Bocchino
2nd 16.55 John Mikita
3rd 14.41 Stephanie Polke
1st 10.47 Dan Bocchino
2nd 7.42 Pat Notarnicola
3rd7.08 Kevin Bova
MYC General Body Meetings are the 4th Tuesday of each month, they start @ 1900 hours. MYC is fortunate to have a talented, dedicated group of elected Officers who work well together, help them make a difference. Learn what is being done to improve your club. Have input into the club process. You can make a difference. The club is run, just like anything else, by the people who show up.
Closed for a couple of months Be back soon!
Saturdays 8am - 3pm
Sundays 8:30am - 2pm
Daily For Lunch
Eggs any style $4
w/ Ham, Sausage, Bacon and Toast
w/ Ham, Sausage, or Bacon
French Toast 5$
w/ Ham, Sausage, or Bacon
Omelet with Toast 6$
Bacon or Sausage Egg and Cheese Sandwich
Roast Beef Sandwich $5
Hamburger with Fries $5
Hotdog with Fries $4
MYC Gas pump has been repaired and is ready for use.
Fuel is available for Members and the boating public is welcome to purchase fuel.
Opens at 11am 7days a week.
Phone: 203-334-9882, after 7pm to confirm that pump station is open.