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Commodore Message



Ahoy DEYC Members and Friends

As the Maine boating season approaches, we look forward to seeing our burgees flying in the

harbor, on our boats, motoring, mooring, and at the dock. Take care in launching and cruising

your vessels for a carefree boating season.


I hope that you were able to attend some of the off-season gatherings in Maine or Florida. The

photographs and articles in the Boothbay Register certainly convey the great times had by all.


The boating season calendar of events found in the roster and on the website starts with the

Commodore’s brunch in May and extends thru September. I look forward to seeing the many

smiling faces of the club and welcome you and your friends to the many opportunities to gather

for fun and camaraderie. Visit our informative website for a full schedule of events and other

entertaining and administrative material.


The annual Cruise begins July 7 and extends for a week. Look up the details on the website and

join your fellow boaters in this adventure down east – all are welcome and encouraged to be a

part of the fleet.


Our club runs on volunteers, take time to look at the roster, the committees, the cruise, and the

events. Put your name forward to help with activities that are of interest.


We are fortunate to have the support of our club members and the community here in

Boothbay. Special thanks go to Luke’s Boatyard, Blake’s Boatyard, The Tugboat Inn for hosting

many of our activities. Your Bridge, Board of Directors, Administrative Assistant, Committees,

and hosts deserve a warm round of applause for all that they do.


We have an exciting and vibrant fun club, supported by all who give freely of their talents. For

anyone interested in boating and being involved our club will welcome you. Look forward to

seeing everyone soon.


If our burgee is flying on Dragonfly at the Tugboat stop by and say HI. Enjoy another wonderful

Maine summer on the water.

Your Commodore

Brent Pope