An unplanned crew member in the water can signal an amusing anecdote or a terrifying emergency, depending on conditions and the readiness of the crew to respond to the incident.Read more
In a first-ever virtual Annual meeting, nearly 500 members cast all-but-unanimous votes in favor of the nominated slates of officers, directors, and nominating committee. In addition, all proposed bylaw amendments passed without debate.
An adventuresome French couple are the 2020 recipients of the Cruising Club of America’s top award for younger sailors.Read more
NEW YORK (Feb. 9, 2021)—An extraordinary group of sailors have been named winners of the Cruising Club of America most prestigious annual awards: Christian Charalambous, of Australia, receives the Rod Stephens Seamanship Trophy; Calypso Romero and Adrien Koller, of Ushuaia, Argentina, the Young Voyager Award; and Stephen Brown, of Carleon, South Wales, the Far Horizons Award.Read more
With the pandemic lockdowns, many members of the Cruising Club of America were frustrated by the cancellation of their sailing plans. A group cruise organized by the CCA and the Royal Newfoundland Yacht Club had been planned for this Spring, but has now been postponed to 2022.Read more
CCA Member Randall Reeves has been awarded the highest award in CCA's collection: The Blue Water Medal.
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Beginning in 2013, Cruising Club of America member Peter Becker started Young America as a platform and a pathway for sailors to learn to go to sea and become well-rounded sailors—learning to become what Becker calls “salty.”Read more
Christmas comes early for CCA Member Dario Segre.Read more