image
image
image

Delaware River Yachtsmen's League (DRYL)

June 1 - Penns Landing Safety Boating Day

June 20 - Poker Run Regatta

June 27 - Tall Ship Ragatta, Penns Landing

July 11 - 19 - Chesapeake Cruise

August 22 - Queen's Pageant, Phila Marine Center and Independence Seaport Museum

Sept. 5 - Von Nieda Picnic, Raccoon Creek YC

Polar Bear Plunge

Team DRYL Polar Bear Plunge in benefit of the Special Olympics held in Tully Town Cove, PA on Jan. 24th. DRYL team raised almost $5,000.00 during this project.  PA YC hosted a warmup party afterwards and Bridesburg O.B. club provided shelter and heat at the Plunge site.  Tks to all who participated!!!   See Photos by clicking here!

Results of the DRYL's 2014 Queen's Pageant
Miss Quaker City YC, Lauren Snarr, was crowned the 2014 DRYL Queen; Miss Anchor YC, Bernadette Price, was 1st Runner Up and Miss Yapewi AC, Alison Stewart, was 2nd Runner Up.
Bristol YC - Best Decorated Club
Quaker City YC - Ramblin' took Best Decorated Sailboat
BYC - Mamasita took the Best Decorated Power Boat
Yapewi AC - Best of Fleet went to 'Other Peoples Kids'


Paint the New Jersey, BB-62
Painting of the U.S.S. New Jersey has been completed; also happening is the replacement of the teak decking.

March 2, 2013

Annual Banquet

Cannstatters Banquet Hall, Philadelphia, PA
The League's 99th Banquet was attended by many DRYL member clubs including DRYC/11 persons; a bevy of member club Princesses, past Princesses, including Genievieve Noderer Lynch and Present DRYL Queen Alex Leo, West End Yacht Club and Queen Lilly of the CBYCA plus several past DRYL Queens.


Friday, December 14, 2012

Members of the Anchor Yacht Club in Bristol handle a defense obstacle used by American troops during the Revolutionary War. The 28-foot-long wooden spear is known as a cheval de frise and is equipped with a sharp iron tip used to puncture the bottom of British war ships. According to historians, it is one of only four that have been recovered.

UPDATE:  It has finally found a home and has made its way to East Carolina University where it will be put on display.



DRYL

The Delaware River Yachtsmen's League (D.R.Y.L.) was founded in 1914 by Frederick Von Nieda of Camden, NJ. The League was formed with five clubs which were Camden Yacht Club, Columbia Yacht Club, Farragut Sportsmen's Club, Trenton Yacht Club and Wissinoming Yacht Club.  It has grown into an organization that has over 5,000 members which come from 37 Yacht Clubs and Organizations that cover the boating area  from the Delaware River in Trenton, N.J. to the Cohansey River in the Delaware Bay and also includes the Lagoon View Yacht Club on Barnaget Bay.  We are also affiliated with 4 Boating Organizations.... The National Boating Federation, The Pennsylvania Boating Assoc., The Chesapeake Bay Yacht Clubs Assoc. and The Boater Voter Coalition.

Contact Bill Garwood at cwgwood@verizon.net or Paul Jusino at pjusino@comcast.net 



image