Excerpted from e.m. Lt. T. Johnson, USCG dated October
30, 3013 to William Garwood, DRYL PAO
Members of the DRYL member clubs and individual
recreational boaters have responded, en mass, to a
recent Notice to Mariners “PROPOSAL TO DISCONTINUE AIDS
TO NAVIGATION (A to N)” concerning the Bordentown
Bar Junction Buoy B (LLNR 4230)” in the vicinity of
Bordentown, NJ with the following results.
Re: Local Notice to Mariners article "NJ - UPPER
DELAWARE RIVER - PHILADELPHIA TO TRENTON- PROPOSAL TO
DISCONTINUE AIDS TO NAVIGATION" initially published in
the 5th Coast Guard District Local Notice to Mariners
39/13. This update is being sent in response to the
“Discontinuation Notice of the Bordentown Bar Junction
Buoy B (LLNR 4230)”
“Based on feedback from no less than 40 waterway
users, the position and seasonal maintenance dates of
Bordentown Bar Junction BuoyB mark the Upper Delaware
River Channel adequately. The adjacent waterways, which
are not marked with Federal A to N, provide access to
boating clubs (Bordentown Y.C. & Yapewi Aquatic Club)
and a public boat ramp. Hundreds of recreational
boaters operating outside the marked channel boundaries
regularly rely on Bordentown Bar Junction Buoy B (LLNR
4230) to access BYC & YAC and navigate in the vicinity
of a charted sandbar and transit under I-295.”
“The evaluation of Bordentown Bar Junction Buoy
B (LLNR 4230) is part of a large-scale waterway
evaluation in support of modernizing local Coast Guard A
to N servicing units' capabilities”.
“Thus, to conform to Commandant’s lateral marking
requirements, to maintain the conventional direction of
buoyage and to continue to mark the sandbar obstruction,
a solid colored lateral Aid to Navigation will be
established on the approximate former position of the
junction buoy on or about 05 May 2014. This aid
will be a solid Red Nun and be named Upper Delaware
River Channel Buoy 86 (LLNR 4230)”.
Von Nieda Picnic
Results of the member club sporting events at the Von
Nieda picnic, Raccoon Creek Boat Club:
Raccoon Creek B.C.
Men's Tug-O-War: Raccoon Creek
Ladies Tug-O-War: Farragut Sportsmen's Assoc.
Volleyball: Wissinoming Y.C.
2013 Queen's Pageant Final
Miss DRYL Hillary Curran, Anchor YC
1st Runner Up:
Dana Szarek, Bridesburg Outboard Club
2nd Runner Up:
Lauren Starr, Quaker City Yacht Club
Congeniality: Dana Szarek, Bridesburg Outboard Club
Best dec. sail boat: Endeavor, Kevin Coyne, Anchor
Best dec. power boat: Great Expectations, Dennis
Hart, Quaker City YC
Best in fleet: TJ's Tug, Terry
Baldwin, Nesh. Harbor YC and Harbor Light YC
dec. club: Quaker City YC
Kudos to Master of
Ceremonies Robert (Bob) Bocock, Former DRYL Pres., (YAC)
and Astra Heldeman, Former Miss DRYL, (RDCC) and Suzie
and Watson (RDCC) for providing the interlude
entertainment and of course to Pres. P. Joice Jusino
(NHYC) for honchoing the whole event.
Toni Nespoli (WYC), Former Miss
DRYL, (retiring this year) warrants many many kudos for
her long and devoted service with the Pageant. Her
devotion to the ladies has been outstanding!
DRYC/DRYL Liaison 8/20/2013
Paint the New Jersey, BB-62
Battleship USS NJ will be
painted August - Sept. 15, 2013; period of 1 - 1 1/2
weeks. Painting contractor is looking
for recreational boaters to volunteer to provide "man
overboard patrol" in waters around the New Jersey.
Need volunteers and boats to stand guard for rescue of
fallen workers on both sides of the ship.
Dredging of the Delaware
60% of the 120 mile length has been completed, next area
to be worked on is in the Marcus Hook, PA section.
has been granted money for public marina study.
Farragut Crab Feast
August 24, 1 - 6pm. Pricing variable depending
whether or not crabs are eaten. Tickets available:
Brian 215-495-9896 or Mark 215-669-1443.
DRYL Club of the
National Park, NJ
DRYL Person of the Year, 2013
Neshaminay Harbor Yacht Club
March 2, 2013
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
Results of Hurricane
Sandy at the Riverton Yacht Club, along the Delaware
River, in Riverton, N.J.
Photo Credit: Byron Campbell, member Riverton Yacht Club
Photo Credit: Byron Campbell, member Riverton Yacht Club
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.
Boating Safety: Tragic
Incident, Lessons Learned?
A recent article in the Phila. Inquirer, July 29th.
edition, reported on a boating accident in the
Hudson River, north of NYC where a power boat, 21 ft.
Stingray, crashed into an anchored barge(with lights).
Several of the boat’s occupants died as a result of
their injuries, recovered persons were not wearing PFDs.
With the Delaware shipping channel being deepened,
the use of working vessels could be hazardous to
recreational boaters operating their vessels in the
vicinity of Marcus Hook, PA. and south, especially at
night. Caution is advised in that area!!
League (D.R.Y.L.) was founded
in 1914 by Frederick Von Nieda of
The League was formed with five clubs which were Camden Yacht Club,
Columbia Yacht Club, Farragut
Sportsmen's Club, Trenton Yacht Club and Wissinoming
It has grown into an organization that has over 5,000 members which
come from 37 Yacht
Organizations that cover the boating area from the Delaware
Trenton, N.J. to the Cohansey
River in the Delaware
Bay and also
includes the Lagoon View
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
Bill Garwood at firstname.lastname@example.org or Paul Jusino at