Corsica River Yacht Club
589 Conquest Rd., PO Box 24  Centreville, Maryland 21617

039 04.9470 N  076 06.9353 W

2016 Sailing Classes



The Corsica River Yacht Club is please to announce a partnership with the YMCA of the Chesapeake to provide sailing camps for our area youth this summer.

Registration will be handled by the YMCA. Please use the links below.

YMCA Summer Camp 2017 Guide:
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YMCA PeeWee and Junior Sailing Registration:
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The CRYC mission is to promote sailing and seamanship to the local community on and around the Corsica River.  Our Junior Sailing Program is a major aspect of this mission and teaches children and young adults how to sail and improve their sailing skills through a safe, structured, and fun environment.  The Corsica River offers wonderful environment for sailing and racing.  Come down and visit our site and you'll be eager to sign your children up for our Program.

We are located at 589 Conquest Road, Centreville, MD on a beautiful waterfront venue known as Ship Point. We have a pavilion with his/her bathrooms and two water access points.  The west beach is shallow and perfect for launching our Optimist fleet as well as for just swimming or playing in the water.  Our south beach has a 100 foot pier and is where we keep our 420 fleet and safety boats.

Check out our sailing program and we look forward to teaching your children how to sail as well as improving their skills so they may race competitively against other sailors.




Junior Sailing Director 2016
Stephanie Dunnock

Stephanie, a fourth grade teacher in Dorchester County, is excited to switch gears from teaching in the classroom and get back on the water with the sailors this summer! After coaching sailing in New Jersey at Bay Head Yacht Club and more locally at Tred Avon Yacht Club she is eager to transition to instruction at Corsica River Yacht Club.  She grew up sailing out of Lavallette Yacht Club and has been involved in sailing in the BBYRA in E-Scows, M-Scows, and Sandpipers for many years now. She had the opportunity to sail in the Jr. Women’s Single-Handed Championship Leiter Cup for two years and sailed FJs and 420s while on Salisbury University’s sailing team. This summer she hopes the sailors get to see why sailing and spending time on the water are such passions of hers.