The Fearrington Yacht Club  has two trips a year and two parties.  All events are planned by members of the club. 

Trips are usually about two days in the middle of the week when rates are lowest and include a variety of activities unique to the location.  Trips  always include two happy Hours and two dinners.  Some sort of boat excursion is also planned  After all we are a "yacht club".

The Spring Fling and Fall Chowder Dinner are held in or near Fearrington Village.  The annual business meeting  is usually incorporated into the Chowder Dinner event.

 

 THE SPRING TRIP TO WASHINGTON DC AND ALEXANDRIA, VA 

APRIL 21-23, 2020

 

For an Overview of the trip click here: Trip Overviewpdf

For Hotel Information click here.   Hotel Info

For a trip Registration Form Click Here:   REGISTRATION

 

 You must be a Fearrington Yacht Club member to participate in Club events.  Membershipp is p[en to residents of Fearrington Village and Galloway Ridge.  For a membersip application Form click here: Membership form 2020

 

The 2019 FALL TRIP  CHARLOTTESVILLE,  OCTOBER 15-17

This event has been completed.  See photos below.

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 Recent Events:

 Charlottesville, Virginia:  In October of 2019 39 members of the Yacht Club visited Charlottesville where they visited Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson.  There were also two "Happy Hours" two dinners, and a visit two an Aboriginal Museum.  The following are some of the pictures from that visit.

 

Cville 10     Trip Planners  Barbara & Phil Ewing and Carole & Gary Kibler

 

Cville 7          Cville 8         cville 6    Happy Hour

 

1   !Cville 12                                                   2            Cville 5

 1. After a long day of touring, FYC members relax in front of the cozy fireplace in the hotel lobby.

 2. Our water Feature this trip was at the Monticello Visitors Center with our boats

 

 

 

Carribbean Cruise: In February of 2018 20 members of the Yacht Club went on a week-long western Caribbean Cruise making port at Key West, two places in Mexico and Grand Cayman.  Here is what they saw and did.

 

FYC members on the cruise included  Doug &  Barb Ashby, Alex and Maggie Tunstall, Adam & Carol Wade, Gary & Carole Kibler, Warren Ort & Barbara Gilbert, Richard & Janet Esterbrooks, Barb & Don Scheone, Jewel Hoogstool, Nicole Shadday, Tad McArdle. 

 

 Main Temple Chichen Itchen w Alex TunstallAlex Tunstall (Red Shirt) in front of the main temple at Chichen Ichen.

 

 

 Mayan Ball Court at Chichen Itchen

Ball Court at Chchen Ichen where Mayan teams played a game that was a cross between  soccer and basketball.  The captain of the WINNING team was sacrificed!.

 

Carole Gary at Mayan Ruins Carole and Gary Kibler at a different Mayan Ruin

 

Wayne Esterbrook Barbara Gilbert Janet Esterbrook Warren Ort at Costa MayaBarbara Gilbert, Warren Ort and the Esterbrooks enjoy a Beach Break in Mexico.

 

 Glass Bottom Boat Grand Caymen copy View from a "Glass Bottom Boat" over the reefs of Grand Cayman

 

Adam Wade with cocktaail of the day rightAdam Wade enjoys his "Cocktail of the Day."

 

 Maggie Tunstall At the Beach in MexicoMaggie Tunstall enjoys a day at the beach in Mexico.

 

View in the shipView of several decks from inside the the ship.  There were 15 decks, 12 with unique gathering lounges. 8 glass elevators.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 Planning FYC events is fun.  There is always someone on the Leadership team to guide you (Doug Ashby for trips and Maggie Tunstall for parties) and our treasurer, Adelia Evans will take care of the registration and financial end of things.  So think of somewhere you would like to go or your ideas for our two parties and VOLUNTEER.

 

 

 

FEARRINGTON YACHT CLUB EVENT REFUND POLICY

The Ycht Club understands that unforeseen events may make it necessary for members to cancel reservations for trips and parties.  We make every attempt to make a full refund or as close to a full refund as possible. In making arrangements for trips and parties we are often required to make non-refundable payments in advance for services and or products.  If a cancellation is made after the date for which these payments are due, we cannot refund the amount for those particular services or products.  Due to the bookkeeping involved in making refunds, any refunds will be calculated and disbursed after the trip or party has taken place.  If an entire event is cancelled because of events beyond our control or that of our vendors, we will work with the vendors to recover as much of the payments made as we can and return that to event participants.