On August 12th, 2020, the boating community lost an avid supporter and contributor and a dear friend. Jon L. Ten Haagen was born on September 5, 1945 and grew up in the Glen Head area of Long Island. As a youngster he participated in sailing regattas at the Sea Cliff Yacht Club. He would later establish a scholarship fund in his deceased parent’s names for participants in this prestigious race. Jon served in the United States Coast Guard. He was a well established financial planner and was president of Ten Haagen Financial Services in Huntington. His door was always open [...]
The GHCYBC is Hosting Meet The Candidates Night Wednesday, October 23rd Meet the Candidates Night will take place on Wednesday, October 23rd at Huntington Yacht Club at 6:30 pm. View the flyer with full details.
Taste of the Town – Boating Council and Huntington Lighthouse Honored Wednesday, October 17th Taste of the Town at Appliance World, 6:30 to 9:30pm. This year the Boating Council and the Huntington Lighthouse will be honored! Please click here to view the flyer for details and pass on to your members.
Gina Lieneck worked tirelessly to get the boating safety law passed following the tragic death of her 11-year-old daughter in 2005. August 6, 2019 | Newsday – By Priscila Korb, Patch Staff COPIAGUE, NY - Gina Lieneck has been looking for a way to honor her late daughter Brianna Lieneck for years. That day finally arrived on Tuesday as Gov. Andrew Cuomo officially signed Brianna's Law. Gina has been working to get the law passed since last year. Last month the law passed the assembly and the senate. "Today was the best day of my life," she said. Complete story: [...]
A group of lawmakers say a plague of drunk boating crashes has destroyed numerous Long Island families. August 5, 2019 | HUNTINGTON, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) HUNTINGTON, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A group of lawmakers say a plague of drunk boating crashes has destroyed numerous Long Island families. On Monday, they asked Albany to put more teeth into crime deterrents, making boating while intoxicated with a child on board a felony and revoking boaters’ drivers’ licenses, CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reported. It has been an especially brutal summer on Long Island’s waterways — vulnerable boaters in sailboats, dinghies, kayaks, inflatables and more. There have [...]
Huntington Safe Boating Week and Waterfront Festival May 1, 2019 | Boating Long Island Magazine "FUN" – The seventh annual Huntington Safe Boating Week takes place from Saturday, May 18 through Friday, May 24. An informative and fun week of events is presented by the Greater Huntington Council of Yacht and Boating Clubs, in partnership with the Town of Huntington. Boaters and would-be boaters will be able to take a free New York State eight-hour safe boating class on May 18 (call 631-351-3255 for a reservation). That day the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary and U.S. Power Squadrons® will also be [...]
Kick off the 2019 Summer Season. Join us for a Fabulous Day! The vendor variety will be vast and all in one spot. Come browse the many booths, including craft, jewelry and clothing retailers, service providers from watersport shops and camps, realtors with specialized knowledge in our very own waterfront communities, boating clubs, safety organizations and much much more. Share a beer with friends at the beer tent, while enjoying a delicious variety of food. All will be set to a background of wonderful live music! Bring the kids too - there will be kid friendly activities as well! [...]
Meet the Commodores Night, Installation of Officers The Huntington Boating Council is hosting Meet the Commodores Night, and Installation of Officers on Thursday, May 23rd at the Northport Yacht Club. View the flyer with full details. Please do your best to spread the word!
Public Hearing – TOH Code "Chapter 120"The public hearing to consider adopting and amending the code for Town of Huntington "Chapter 120" will be held on Wednesday May 29 at 2PM. Download the "Chapter 120" information for review. Town Hall, 100 Main Street, Huntington, NY 11743
Councilwoman Joan Cergol and Town Board Members Present GHCYBC with a Proclamation January 29, 2019 Councilwoman Joan Cergol and town board members present GHCYBC with a proclamation in recognition of the fund drive that was initiated to help Coast Guard Station Eatons Neck and New Haven. GHCYBC raised almost 10,000 during shutdown. Centerport YC, Northport YC and the HLPS also contributed $1000 each. Also present were Commodores from member clubs and other organizations who contributed. The New Haven team is responsible for 19 lighthouses and 541 navigation aids on Long Island Sound. They also deploy boats to break up ice [...]