Northeast sailors mark your calendars. We
are planning a Cape Dory Get-Together on the Hudson River
to take place on Friday and Saturday, July 4-5, 2003 --
same town as last year's event, but this time at Senasqua
The fleet will gather in Half Moon Bay in
the anchorage off Senasqua
Park, Croton-on-Hudson, NY.
We're planning a barbecue in the Pavillion
at Senasqua Park the evening of July 4th followed by a trip
across Haverstraw Bay to view the fireworks. On the 5th we'll
daysail on Haverstraw Bay -- bring your cameras --
before returning to the Park for another barbecue that evening.
Please monitor VHF Channel 16 and switch
to 72 for fleet communications.
This event is open to ALL Cape Dory owners,
both power and sail, CDSOA members and non-members. The Registration
Fee is $50.00 per boat (that's per boat, not per person).
Your $50.00 will be going towards the rental of the Pavillion
in Senasqua Park on July4th, the barbecues on July 4th and
5th, and an event t-shirt for the Captain -- so don't forget
to indicate your size on the registration form. If you want
additional t-shirts, they're $20 each.
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Please mail your registration
by June 1st.
If you have any questions regarding this
event, please contact Bill Goldsmith, 914-271-1098
or at email@example.com,
or Cathy Monaghan, 732-381-3549 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can't bring your boat? Why not
drive! Senasqua Park is located on the eastern shore of the
Hudson River north of Croton Point. Road
Map (courtesy of the Croton
From the North:
Route 9 South to Senasqua Park exit. Immediately bear left at fork
- it appears that you're going back on the highway. At stop sign
make right. This is a guarded train track crossing. At T (right
after tracks) make left. Follow road 1/8 mile to parking area.
From the South:
Route 9 North to Senasqua Park exit. Make left on to service road.
Make first left (it is way to park and also back on to 9). After
crossing over the highway bear right. At stop sign make right.
Follow above directions starting at the train track crossing.
Check this page often as we will include more
information regarding this developing itinerary as it becomes