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Milton Yacht Club
on the Neponset River

Burgee description - Flags of the World

"BOATERS ARE VOTERS"

Help Us Protect
Public Access To PUBLIC WATERWAYS!

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Chart
for our location

Good Mate Boating
Ocean Conservancy

CONDO Cruise photos 2012
[even more pictures]

Aerial Shots of MYC
 

Boston Boats For Sale (Craigslist)

Click for Neponset River Watershed Association website

Norfolk Co. Mosquito Control Graph

Survival: Soundings story, 2004

 

Picture Gallery

above: Bucko Finerty's old boat Tideover (recent photo, from Craigslist)

The Landing Party:
Northeast Boating Magazine
Dec. 2007

*** Quincy Bay is a No-Discharge Zone ***


Milton Yacht Club is located in Milton, Massachusetts, and was chartered in 1902 to promote yachting sports and the study of nautical sciences.  MYC has continuously served the residents of Milton and surrounding communities for over a century by providing water access to the Neponset River, Boston Harbor, and beyond.  The Club believes that everyone has a right to access and enjoy the River.  The Club maintains the Milton Town Landing where the public can launch a kayak, fish for stripers and smelts, or just enjoy the natural beauty of the Neponset River.  The Club supports the Milton Harbormaster in maintaining the navigability of the Neponset Estuary.

Steeped in the tradition of a workingman's club, the Milton Yacht Club has an active boat yard where members maintain their vessels, including several hand- made wooden boats, continuing a tradition of  almost 400 years on the Neponset River of Massachusetts.  Boats are launched and hauled on the historic marine railway. The members are active in the community and in protecting and preserving the Neponset River.

Milton Yacht Club25 Wharf StreetPO Box 870114 Milton MA 02187 Phone: 617-698-9538  


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