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Sail the Sound for Deafness – August 6, 2015

Benefitting The Mill Neck Family of Organizations

Ahoy Mates!

DSC_0125NautilusJoin us on Thursday, August 6, 2015, for our “Sail the Sound for Deafness” Regatta to benefit the Mill Neck Family of Organizations, serving people who are Deafand/or have other communication needs, locally, nationally and around the world.

Oakcliff Sailing is making their fleet available for a fun and elegant race around Oyster Bay and into the Sound. The Regatta is expected to draw sailing enthusiasts from across the area.

Sailors are welcome to participate with their own  classic yachts, as well.

Spectators are invited to watch from The WaterFront Center‘s showpiece Cristeen, the oldest oyster sloop in North America.

A gala soiree following the Regatta will take place at the Mill Neck Manor House, a spectacular Tudor Revival mansion. This Gold Coast treasure is a perfect site for an after-party of classic sailing yachtsmen and women!



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Ways To Participate…


Enter a Classic


$390 per boat

  • Entry fee to race your Classic Yacht
  • Includes a boat entry and 4 entries to the Cocktail Party

To Enter a Classic, please contact Nancy Leghart, Director of Advancement at


Race on a Classic


$125 per person 

  • Participate in the race
  • Attend the Cocktail Party

(Race participants must have sailing experience.)




$100 per person

  • Watch the race on one of our spectator boats
  • Attend the Cocktail Party


Landlubbers – Party Only

$75 per person

  • Attend the Cocktail Party


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We hope to see you at this exciting event!


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