The Classic Yacht Association is dedicated to the promotion, preservation, restoration, and maintenance of fine, old, power-driven pleasure craft.
Since 1969 the CYA has become a major influence in the growing awareness and appreciation of the classic motoryacht. The Association is very active with a yearly agenda of yachting and social activities that focus on the unique craftsmanship and designs of the classic era. The Association and its various fleets are active in a yearly agenda of yachting and social activities that focus attention on the unique craftsmanship and design of the classic era. More . . .
April 7 Sunday Brunch Opening Day. Huntington Harbour Yacht Club.
Arrive Saturday the 6th,
Dock party Saturday night or dine in Club.
Opening Day Ceremony in upstairs bar and enjoy Buffet Brunch.
Afternoon Harbor cruise if desired.
Opening Day is to be held at the Huntington Harbour Yacht Club like last year. Nice Sunday brunch and fun day activities. Members should contact Dianna Ettel for details, especially if you are planning to bring your yachts.
Since 1980. On display will be wooden boats of all sizes and types, new and old, power and sail, row boats, dinghies, kayaks and canoes. While visiting the fair browse the arts and crafts booths featuring beautiful artwork and pottery, wooden décor, jewelry, clothing, stain glass, leather products, hammocks, sky chairs and many more nautical-related items.
Features: Over 40 classic wooden boats of all sizes and styles, children’s boat building
(Saturday only), arts and craft vendors, international food alley, and public information booths. Local musical entertainment both Saturday and Sunday. For more information on the Boat Fair, directions, or boat and vendor applications visit www.olywoodenboat.org.
14th Annual CLASSIC YACHT DISPLAY sponsored by Pacific Northwest Classic Yacht Association will be in the water all weekend long. Bring your sea legs and stroll the docks marveling in the beauty of yachts built as early as 1928 and up to 73’ long. The craftsmanship is unsurpassed and you have to see the beauty of these boats to believe it. Up to 20 will be on display. Meet the owners and tour these beautiful boats.
See Comments below for photos from this event . . .
Lone Ranger 2 was originally built for Jack Wrather in 1961. The Lone Ranger 1 was a 57' Chris Craft, that was kept on the East Coast. The Lone Ranger 2 was first shown at the Miami Boat show in 1961, and then at the New York boat show.
COLNETT is a 42′ motor cruiser which was built in 1924 by Sea Craft Shipyard in Wilmington, Ca. She was originally built for Mr. Henry Vaughn, with sea trials and commissioning extending into early 1925. She was constructed to Edson B. Schock Design #307.