Our expectations this year were low – we hoped to get a dozen boats participating, and to raise maybe $75,000 – Instead, we had 16 boats, and the fund raising tally stands at a little over $113K – an incredible result. Thank you to all who participated and donated. The regatta is a professional networking
We can sail in a drizzle. Lightning, not so much. So, we are pushing everything back one week. Cocktail party on 9/29, Racing and after party on 9/30
One week from today, 18 boats will take to the waters for our annual friendly competition. It’s something of a recovery year, and we are so pleased that we have this many participants. And, we’re half way to our fundraising goal – can you help us get the rest of the way there?Go here:https://www.classy.org/campaign/new-york-architects-regatta-2021/c343875click the
Yes, it is on – and it is just 2 weeks away. This year, we will be racing out of the Dyckman Street Marina, in Inwood on September 23, 2021. Have you registered your boat?
Cancelling the 2020 Architects Regatta was tough. It’s my favorite professional networking event of the year. It is also a significant source of support for our Charity Partners, and cancelling our event in a year when they were all being faced with unprecedented challenges just didn’t feel right.To offset that, at least a little, the
The Regatta started on Sept 12 with the annual Skipper’s Meeting/Cocktail Party. Due to construction at the New York Yacht Club, our usual venue, the pre-race festivities were held at the University Club. 185 people including participants, sponsors and donors, enjoyed an evening of cocktails, and camaraderie. We were blessed with an overcast sky but
Things may have seemed quiet, but behind the scenes, the Foundation has been hard at work planning the 2018 edition of the New York Architects Regatta Challenge, and we’re excited to share some news with you. First of all, THE SCHEDULE. After careful consultation of the NOAA Tide Charts, we have concluded that our regular
The 2017 NYARC was a record setting success, no matter how you measure it. The Industry Partners Regatta had nine boats sailing – not quite double the 2016 IPR. Two challenging races against the current were completed before a series of rain clouds signaled that the time had come to head to the Cocktail Party.
We are, as of today, 8 weeks away from the 2017 Regatta, and good things are starting to happen. 16 firms have already registered, several new and returning sponsors have committed, people have started talking, and a few, at least have started making arrangements for practice sails. Its going to be a great year. The
We have reached that point in the Foundation’s year when we are halfway between the last regatta and the next, which is a good time to reflect on what happened, and what we hope to accomplish this year Our goals have always been to have a fun event with friends and colleagues that also raises