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Annual River Cruise July 8th-15th

Each year usually beginning on the second Friday of July RYC holds an annual river cruise up the Saint John River. This week-long fun-filled event welcomes all members, of both power and sail. The cruise directors organize many fun activities such as music, bonfires, games for the kids, an auction and water sport activities. The itinerary is a flexible guide to daily adventures. Each morning cruisers host a morning call with skippers either from his boat or on channel 72 to discuss weather conditions and destinations of the day.

Popular river cruise destinations include Carters Point, Big Cove, Lawson's Passage, Grand Lake,  and Jenkins Cove.


RYC Social Events

Although RYC is first and foremost a boating club, we plan several opportunities for members to get together both off-season and in-season. 


The many events are open only to members and guests.

You will find these and other activities listed on our events page.  Details of major events appear in our fixture card and in specific invitations sent to all members via email.  You can register for an event directly from the invitation.

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Dates to remember

Welcome flotilla for Maiden to Port of Saint John, Pugsley Wharf, ETA 10am August 3


Annual RYC Circuit Dinghy Regatta with Able Sail Shediac August 6

***Special visit from the crew of Maiden at RYC 9-11am


Maiden crew to present awards at the Regatta banquet 4 - 5 pm August 7


Maiden Factor  Open Race and Banquet at the RKYC 6 - 9 pm August 8


Fundraiser Dinner at Marco polo August 9


RYC women day sail on Maiden 8.30-10.30 am August 10


Maiden departs Saint John August 13


Club Moorings

Socializing on the water

Do you enjoy the peace of mind of picking up a mooring ball while cruising the river system? If so, RYC has several club-owned, member-shared moorings to be enjoyed while cruising our rivers?


We have moorings located at the following locations:

SCOUTS BEACH #1 - 45°24'56.2"N 66°01'37.1"W 

SCOUTS BEACH #2 - 45°24'57.4"N 66°01'38.2"W

CATHLINES COVE - 45°21'56.9"N 66°03'06.2"W

WHELPLEY'S COVE - 45°28'42.8"N 66°07'15.3"W

JENKINS COVE - 45°35'39.3"N 65°57'33.1"W

BARLOWS - 45°21'15.6"N 66°04'36.2"W

FORRESTERS COVE - 45°27'36.5"N 65°57'12.5"W

All mooring balls are labelled. If you do pick up a club mooring please be sure to drop your fenders and permit other members who may want to raft alongside. This is also a great way to get to know the members of your club.

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