The now famous FBYC Closing Day Regatta Oyster Roast happens again on Saturday, November 4, 2017
All are invited to this signature fall event!Enjoy fresh Virginia oysters prepared a variety of ways:roasted, on the half shell and various special Rockefellers prepared by some of the Club’s finest foodies!We’ll also have ice cold keg beer.To add a festive picnic atmosphere we ask that all attendees bring a dish to share—side dish, salad, dessert—whatever!We’ll also have kiddie food for the little ones.
We are keeping the event tickets to an affordable cost—only $7 for members and $10 for non-members.Kids under 6 eat free.Tickets cover the oysters, the covered dishes ...
The YAMs rocked the house on Sunday evening after racing in an incredibly well attended Cornhole tournament!
12 Teams competed for the ultimate bragging rights, and when all was said and done we had three podium finishing teams with a mix of FBYC members and visitors from other clubs. Congratulations to our FBYC member victors as follows:
First Place: Stuart Kegan & Friend
Second Place: Tommy Roper & Friend
Third Place: Mile Kimbrough & Arch Durham
BIG Thanks to our contributing YAM committee organizers for making this a great success (Abigail & Massey Whorley and Jon Deutsch)
Friday night at FBYC is a Low Country Shrimp Boil with live music! Only $10 per person, come for a casual evening at the club at 6:30, immediately following the skippers meeting. What a great way to start the weekend! Registration for this event must be made by Wednesday at 5pm.
Saturday night, the Saturday Night Shindig is the place to be! A catered dinner for $20 per person will include beef brisket, pulled chicken barbecue, grilled summer vegetables, and a mashed potato bar. Then come dance to the ...
Who will take the podium as Fishing Bay's first ever Cornhole Championship Team??
This coming Sunday, immediately following Stingray Point Light racing and regatta awards, the YAMs are inviting anyone interested in informally strutting their cornhole skills to compete in the first every FBYC Cornhole Tournament. This is an excellent compliment to the BYO informal cookout Sunday evening after racing.
Boards, awards and tournament facilitation will be provided by the Young Adult Members committee. Hosted on the FBYC lawn, all you need to bring is your own beverages, a smile, and semi-competitive spirit to join in the fun. Actual start time will depend on conclusion of regatta awards.
What are you doing Saturday night, Labor Day Weekend?
Whether you are racing or not, all members are invited to come eat dinner and dance to the tunes of the Alex Crain Brothers! Beef brisket, pulled barbequed chicken, summer vegetables and a mashed potato bar await! Can't do dinner? Come hear the band! Open to all members and their guests, so if you are entertaining that weekend, wow your guests with a great party! Questions? Contact Julie Ann Wash
Come join us for the Annual Fourth of July Cookout! This cookout is for everyone, not just racers! (But remember, it’s on July 2nd this year.) The cookout starts at 2 PM. The menu includes hot dogs, hamburgers, and yummy picnic side dishes! There will be beverages, sodas, lemonade, and an ice cream bar. We will have games for adults and kids, music, and lots more. Bring your picnic blanket, lawn chair, and an umbrella for shade!
Adults are $10, kids 12 and under are $5, adult non-members are $15.
The Young Adult Member group at FBYC kicked off the Memorial Day weekend on Friday night with a cookout. The night featured the usuall grillings and a bunch of YAMs kicking back by the water, enjoying the beautiful weather while playing giant jenga and drinking lemonade made from hose water. Big thanks to Jon, Massey, Katie and all of the other folks who helped make it happen!
Come join fellow members on Friday evenings at Fishing Bay YC this summer!
The club is sponsoring Friday evening gatherings this summer to kick off the weekend from June 2 and running through August 25. The club will provide snacks and beverage mixers. The grills will be fired up for anyone who would like to grill dinners.
Get together with other FBYC members and bring a friend to enjoy good fellowship of other sailors and the beautiful settings of our club.
The YAMs had an epic inaugural derby day picnic this past Saturday, entertaining 35+ attendees of all ages ranging from 1 to 50+. Sporting dapper pastels and big dazzling hats, the YAMs began assembling at 1pm in the club’s upstairs for a roaring day of good friends, classy tunes and some good ‘ol fashioned horse races.
Overall the day was highlighted by delicious dishes, tasty signature cocktails, a build-your-own derby hat & sash station, and a compliment of lawn & table games for the kids. Besides the general merriment of the group as a whole, it was clear that everyone is excited to be welcoming warmer weather for the summer sailing season.
Perhaps some of the most excited participants included ...
Don't let the forecast deter your excitement about this Saturday's picnic, because rain or shine - this Kentucky Derby race day event will go on.
Stay tuned for event notices during the hours leading up to our event. Should inclement weather present itself we have a rain contingency plan all set for relocating our venue to the upstairs of FBYC's main clubhouse. Perfect spot to spectate the race, watch a storm roll by, and enjoy the very best company in town over a tasty julep!
That's just a backup plan though so, until Saturday, keep your fingers crossed for sunny skies!
Come one, come all...one of the south's most coveted and cherished traditions is about to be celebrated right on Stove Point! Hosted at the Branch's family home, this will be a wonderful excuse to break out your pastels, pack that classy picnic basket, and bring the kids for a fun-filled day in the sun!
Festivities begin at 1:00pm Saturday tnd the fun won't stop until 4:00pm...giving everyone just enough time to trot home or to the upstairs at FBYC's main clubhouse to spectate the big race (official final race ...
Please join the YAMS for a Kentucky Derby picnic at the Branch's home on Stove Point on Saturday, May 6th, 2017.
Wear your best seersucker, sundresses and derby hats! Bring a picnic basket and a blanket, dress up for the classiest southern springtime tradition, and enjoy and celebrate a "day out at the races" with us!
We'll have race day Juleps and Pimms cocktails, southern sweet tea, snacks and lawn games for the whole family, including a table for the youngin's to make their own derby hats!
Second, on Wednesday, March 29 at Orchard House School in Richmond we will be hosting a Night with Sally Barkow - Magenta Project Network Member, Olympian, & 2-time Rolex Yachtswoman of the Year. Sign up here: new.fbyc.net/events/1716/register/contact
WHERE: Quirk Hotel - 201 W Broad St, Richmond, VA 23220
CONTACT: Jay Collier
While the cooler air may have you thinking that sailing season is out of reach, the truth is that it’s right around the corner. The FBYC Young Members are kicking of 2017 with a get together at Quirk Hotel in Richmond on Thursday, March 9th at 6pm. Come enjoy some time with fellow YAMs and share your excitement for the upcoming season. Jay Collier will be leading this event should you have any questions.
Few sporting events inspire us as much as the Olympics, and few international sailing events thrill as much as the Volvo Ocean Race. On March 29th, you will have an opportunity to hear from a sailor that has competed in both – carrying two-time US Rolex Yachtswoman of the Year after her name. Her racing accomplishments both onshore and offshore make her a force to be reckoned ...
Festivals and Stravinsky’s ‘The Rite of Spring’ come to mind on the Spring Equinox, but one tradition within the FBYC community brings a little foot freedom….The Burning of the Socks! Did you know - according to the Annapolis Maritime Museum, the act of sock burning began as a tradition in the town of Annapolis, MD, in the mid-1980s? It is ...
6:30pm Home of Greg and Kathy Ullmann 5004 Old Millrace Court Glen Allen, VA 23059
$15 members, $20 non-members
Festivals and Stravinsky’s ‘The Rite of Spring’ come to mind on the Spring Equinox, but one tradition within the FBYC community brings a little foot freedom….The Burning of the Socks. Did you know that, according to the Annapolis Maritime Museum, the act of sock burning began as a tradition in the town of Annapolis, MD, in the mid-1980s? It is celebrated in conjunction with the spring equinox, when day and night are equal length everywhere on Earth. In the boating community, it is frowned upon to wear socks ...