bank of america
1. Catherine Daly & Ava Tobias
2. Oliver Lee & Bobby Brennikmeyer
3. Jonathan Walsh & Lucian Schaad
1. Henry Ladd & Rory Magnay
2. Nevio Carta & Thomas Ashton
3. Charlotte Griffith & Sarah Zucker
1. Maggie McCarthy
2. Remy LaBelle
3. Whit Cowan
1. Emerson Councell
2. Lucy Corcoran
3. Sam Rogers
Join us in 2024 for the 7th Annual Youth Regatta
Competition to be held Friday, July 28, 2023
Location: Camden Outer Harbor
Come watch the area’s best junior sailors compete on 420s in the fourth annual Camden Classics Cup Youth Regatta (CCCYR), Friday, July 28, 2023. CCCYR is organized for sailors aged 12-18. This special one-day race will be held just outside Camden Harbor. 63 racers aboard 24 420s boats participated in 2022.
Including a youth sailing event with the CCC is a wonderful way to introduce young sailors to skippers meetings and ratings discussions that they normally wouldn’t experience. It’s also a way for the entire midcoast area and the town of Camden to get more involved with sailing and boating activities.
There is no charge to participate in the CCCYR. This regatta is sponsored by Bank of America, Lyman-Morse and the Landing School. French & Brawn provides lunch for the youth racers. Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors Magazine is the awards' sponsor.
Youth racers will attend the CCC Skippers Meeting Friday morning before their own Youth Regatta Skippers Meeting. They will race 420 dinghies in spinnaker and non-spinnaker classes in Camden Harbor, just west of the CCC race course.
Participating sailing programs have included Camden Area Youth Sailing Program (CAYSP); The Rockport Boat Club; The Apprenticeshop, Rockland; Harraseeket Yacht Club; Tarratine Yacht Club; Big Tree Boating of Islesboro; North Haven Casino YC; Castine Yacht Club; St George Community Sailing, Portland Yacht Club and George Stevens Academy.
Join us in 2023 for the 6th Annual Youth Regatta
FRIDAY, JULY 28, 2023
Sixth Annual Camden Classics Cup Youth Regatta
800 – 900 420s and Launch from Steamboat Landing. Put 420s on moorings with blades up and sails down. Coach boats dock at Steamboat Landing for transport
900 Required Check-In at Lyman-Morse Camden
Coaches check in with sailors, receive Sailing Instructions for the regatta, update any changes to registration forms, acquire lunch coolers and water for coach boats. Bagel breakfast provided for sailors and coaches.
915 Pre-Race Consult with a sailing pro
945 Coaches Meeting with Race Committee
1000 Skippers Meeting with Race Committee
1100 Estimated First Race
1230 Sailors raft up for lunch
1300 Races resume, no race will begin after 15:00
1600 Sailors de-rig and load up 420s with coaches for departure
1700-1900 Post Race Party and Awards Presentation at Lyman-Morse