The first race of the North American Panerai Classic Yacht Challenge has come to a conclusion with the 1930 Olin Stephens designed yawl DORADE winning overall.
Total Registered Participants 55
2016 CCYR – Photo Credit (Race Highlights): Blake Jackson/MarbleheadStudios.Com
Corinthian Classic Yacht Regatta – The CCYR is a two-day regatta starting the weekend after the Eggemoggin Reach and the weekend before the Opera House Cup and the fist race of the North American Panerai Classic Yacht Challenge (NAPCYC) CCYR, now in its 36th year, is a regatta that should not be missed, not only picturesque, with a first class hosting yacht club, but a great historic town with some of the nicest people you will ever meet.
Corinthian Yacht Club – The Corinthian Yacht Club (CYC) is a full-service club offering members and visiting yachtsmen a broad range of sailing and racing events. For more than 125 years, the CYC has made yachting, racing and cruising history. The CYC also offers members tennis, swimming, dining and social activities in a vibrant and interactive community. The beautiful clubhouse on Marblehead Neck and the glorious view from the porch enhance members’ enjoyment of the club.
Marblehead, Massachusetts – With its rich legacy associated with yachting and sailing, is located in one of the most picturesque harbors this side of the Atlantic — claimed by many to be the birthplace of the American Navy.
Marblehead Studios (Regattas/Yachting) – partners with yacht clubs, regatta organizers, and other affiliated organizations to offer full service on-water & on-land photo coverage of regattas of all sizes. Offering comprehensive coverage, and a somewhat unique approach to capturing the typical boat-under-sail scene along with up-close coverage of the skipper, crew, and dynamics aboard a sailboat during a race.