Current Social Activities
On The Water Activities
Happenings at RYC Week of June 17 - 23, 2019 June-18-2019
Happenings at RYC  Week of June 17 - 23, 2019
Tuesday, June 18th Sunfish Races start at 6:00 p.m. Come participate or cheer on your favorite sailor
Wednesday, June 19th Join Bronson Hamilton at 9:00 a.m. to clear off the dock in preparation for the Junior Regatta
Friday, June 21st Rockin' Rockport Junior Regatta
*  Sailors start registering in the afternoon  
*  RYC Happy Hour 5:00p.m. - 7:00p.m.
*  Please bring extra hor d'oeuvres as we welcome sailors and families
Saturday, June 22nd Rockin' Rockport Junior Regatta
*  7:00 a.m. - set up for the galley begins
*  8:00 - 9:00 a.m. -  Sailors and volunteers have breakfast  and make their lunches
*  9:30 a.m. - approximately - sailors launch
*  4:00 p.m. - approximately - races end and chilli cheese dogs for sailors and volunteers 
with purchase available for others
Sunday, June 23rd Rockin' Rockport Junior Regatta
*  7:00 a.m. - set up for the galley
*  8:00 - 9:00 a.m.  Sailors and volunteers have breakfast 
and make their lunches
*  9:30 - approximately - sailors launch
*  3:00 p.m. - approximately - Races end with Awards Ceremony

Cookies may be brought up to the club on Friday Times are subject to change (except galley times)  due to weather/wind conditions so stayed tuned
Harbor 20" Launch and Christening June-13-2019
Harbor 20' Launch & Christening


 We have come a long way.... She is ready to for the water... Today a crew will put her in the water and take her to her new home at The Rockpord Yacht Club. 
She will be christened at tonight's members meeting. Jim and Heidi Marmion who are donating her to the club will be there. Come be apart of this great step forward for the RYC.


Contact: Bill Coxwell 361-463-1193
Harbor 20' work day June-3-2019
Harbor 20' work day 

Saturday June 1st - 8 to 12

The boat is at Hooking Bull Boat Yard in Cove Harbor. We will be able to lift the boat and complete sanding of the bottom.
If all goes well, we will go ahead and paint the bottom.
Contact: Bill Coxwell 361-463-1193  
Sunfish Races June-3-2019
The 2019 Sunfish Series is starting this Tuesday, June 4, at the RYC Tucker Coxwell Dock!   
First race is at 6 p.m.
Races are every Tuesday this summer, barring any weather-related cancellations. RYC Members are welcome to use club boats on a first come/first serve basis.
Racing is open to anyone with their own boat also. Even if you are not racing, come cheer on your favorite sailor!
We hope to see you there! 
RYC Harbor 20 April-27-2019
Work on The RYC Harbor 20' is coming along very well...!
Next work day will be Monday April 29th. 5:00 pm The boat is at Hooking Bull Boat Yard. We will be able to lift the boat and complete sanding of the bottom. If all goes well, we will go ahead and paint the bottom.
Contact: Bill Coxwell 361-463-1193  

 Community Events

Oysterfest 2011

Supporting and participating in other local organizations’ events is just part of being a good neighbor.  The Oysterfest parade is the grand opening of Oysterfest benefiting the Fulton VFD.  Throwing out beads and candy to the spectators is fun for everyone riding the “floats”.

Click image for Picasa

4th of July Boat Parade

There is a fun event taking place in Rockport/Fulton during the 4th of July weekend. We know you might be busy enjoying the many activities of this weekend. One of the most fun is the Annual Boat Parade providing an opportunity for kids and adults to see the many regional boats dressed for the parade. It will happen on the beautiful Little Bay. We encourage boaters to invite friends and neighbors to ride on your boat during the parade. We also suggest that you bring blankets and chairs to better enjoy this fun event from shore! Come join us on a boat, on the shore line and at the Yacht Club on Rockport Harbor and enjoy remembering why we celebrate this famous holiday. Click here for Poster We had a spectacular parade! Lots of kiddos and everyone had a great time.

Click image for picasa

Christmas Lighted Boat Parade

Christmas in Rockport/Fulton. Time to stroll down our avenues and admire the decorations. Time to attend parties and exchange presents. But most of all, because we live in a boating community, it’s time to participate to the annual boat parade. Whether you like boats, Christmas lights or both, this Rockport Yacht Club tradition brings the community together every year — and it’s a must see for both residents and visitors. Both commercial and personal watercrafts will participate and, for the first time, a new category of restaurant-sponsored boats will float across the bay for your viewing pleasure. The theme is “Deck the Hulls with Holiday Lights.” Boat owners have shown incredible originality and ingenuity in past years, dressing up their boats as Christmas trees and Santa’s sleds among the others, and this year promises to be no different. The boats will parade through Little Bay — a great spot to watch them go by and take some pictures and video — then back to the the Yacht Club and down town Rockport and Fulton for more fun. The parade judges will review the entrants and choose the winners. The annual event raises money for the Education Foundation providing money for student/teacher projects. If you get tired of watching the boats go by, or if the winter night proves to be a little too chilly, Join us in the Rockport Yacht Club for food and refreshment and holiday lights and certainly enjoy the featured merchants open houses all evening.

Click image for Picasa

Tour of Homes 2011

Rockport is home to many beautiful and unique residences, including yachts.  Touring these fine homes and boats is a highlight of the spring season. The Yacht Club was host to a beautiful tournament sportfisherman on the tour and provided luncheon for the folks who toured these beautiful homes. What better way to see the homes and life styles of Rockport.


  Click here for advertising application