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Downtown Hampton Marinas

The Hampton River and Sunset Creek offer several marina options, which include convenient permanent and transient dockage, marine services on site or within walking distance, marine supplies, restrooms, showers, and ice.

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Bluewater Marina

15 Marina Rd Hampton, VA 23669 757-723-6774 www.bluewateryachtsales.com

Our Hampton office is located at the Bluewater Yachting Center. Bluewater Yachting Center is a full service marina located in the heart of historic Hampton, Virginia. The 200 slip marina provides incoming boaters with first-class accommodations including a pool, restaurant, and fueling stations.This location offers slips, service and access to high end restaurants. The Bluewater Yacht Sales Hampton yacht brokerage office is an authorized dealer for new Back Cove, Grand Banks, Jarrett Bay Boatworks, Princess, Regulator, Sabre & Viking Yachts models.

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Bluewater Yachting Center

1 Marina Rd Hampton, VA 23669 757-723-6774 www.bluewateryachtsales.com

Bluewater Yachting Center is located in Hampton, VA and maintains more than 200 boat slips for rental. In addition to the marina facility, Bluewater Yachting Center offers two full service yacht yards; a yacht brokerage, Bluewater Yacht Sales; and a restaurant, Surf Rider. They offer fuel and travel lift service along with several other conveniences.

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Customs House Marina

710 Settlers Landing Rd Hampton, VA 23669 757-636-7772 www.customshousemarina.com

Set on the beautiful Hampton River, Customs House Marina offers the very finest in downtown convenience. Located within a short walking distance to the Virginia Air & Space Center, Hampton History Museum, an antique hand-carved carousel, the historic St. John's Church, and numerous restaurants. The Hampton River is one of the finest and friendliest ports located on the Chesapeake Bay. Our friendly yachting community enjoys weekly dockside concerts, harbor cruises by the city's official tour boat, Miss Hampton II, numerous weekend socials, and wonderful festivities such as Blackbeard's Festival.

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The Docks at Downtown Hampton

710 Settlers Landing Rd Hampton, VA 23669 757-727-1276

The Docks at Downtown Hampton is a transient facility located within walking distance of Downtown Hampton’s historic district, restaurants, and local attractions.  It was also the first marina in the Commonwealth of Virginia to receive Virginia Clean Marina certification.

The Docks have several boater amenities, including shower facilities, onsite laundry, free public wifi on the docks, complimentary bicycles, a garden with pick your own veggies & herbs, marina office with internet access and telephones, discounts on car rentals from Enterprise Rent-A-Car, and pool, spa, and fitness room privileges at the Crowne Plaza Hampton Marina Hotel.

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Hampton Yacht Club

4707 Victoria Blvd Hampton, VA 23669 757-722-0711 www.hamptonyc.com

Hampton Yacht Club is a private club.  All facilities and services are for use only by members, their guests, and visitors who are members of reciprocating yacht clubs.  To join the Hampton Yacht Club a prospective member should have an interest in boating, be recommended in writing by a member in good standing and have his or her application approved by a majority of the Board of Directors.

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Sunset Boating Center and Dry Storage

800 S Armistead Ave Hampton, VA 23669 757-722-3325 www.sunsetboatingcenter.com

Nestled in the beautiful town of Hampton, Virginia, on Sunset Creek, just off Hampton River, Sunset Boating Center is only minutes from the best fishing and boating areas in Hampton Roads. They are uniquely situated to provide the closest full service dry storage marina to the Chesapeake Bay from Williamsburg and Richmond, offering over 500 dry slips and six acres of dry storage accommodating boats up to 44 feet. Additional services they provide include boat detailing, bottom painting, haul outs, trailer loads and off loads, pressure washing. 

In 1903, Hampton’s boating enthusiasts founded the Virginia Yacht Club and in 1906 issued stock and erected a clubhouse on pilings at the foot of Victoria Boulevard. Interest dwindled during the Great War and the clubhouse fell into disrepair. In 1926, six men, not associated with the Virginia Yacht Club, formed the Hampton Yacht Club (HYC) and were ceded gratis the property of the old club. Since that time, HYC has been a yachting and social center of the Virginia Peninsula.

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Welcome to CCV-Racing (CCVR)

End Of Year Awards Ceremony and Party! Nov. 9, 2024!

CCV Racing  is a southern Chesapeake Bay sailing organization that offers a full season of sailing programs which includes racing, workshops, and social activities.  CCV membership is open to any sailing enthusiast who has a genuine interest in the sport and pleasure of sailing in any capacity, be it cruising, racing, crewing, or race committee participant.

New to this area? So you are a sailor new to this area and are looking for race opportunities. There are Wednesday night races out of the Hampton Yacht Club starting in April till October. Go to the dock side and find boat/skipper looking for crew. HYC is located at  4707 Victoria Blvd, Hampton, VA 23669.

New to Sailing? Check out our training opportunities learning to be crew on a racing sailboat and join our community. More info here .

CCVR Spring Kickoff Meeting March 25th

Mark you calendar! Monday March 25th 6pm at HYC. CCVR will hand out the CCVR racing book and present the upcoming sailing season. In case you havn’t already here is the link to renew your CCVR membership.

Cancel racing tomorrow Sunday April 30

due to sever weather tomorrow’s race is canceled. Further details here.

SpinSheet Hampton Crew Party

April 22, 2023: Sailors of all levels are welcome to come to our crew party to find a boat to sail on or crew for your own boat. 5 to 8 p.m. at Marker 20 in Hampton, VA. Free entrance. Cash bar.

Membership Info

CCV has three membership categories: Racing Membership (skippers),  Distance Series Membership  (skippers) and Club Membership .

All members receive a CCV book which contains the CCV Constitution and Bylaws, Sailing Instructions, racing schedules, racing circular for each race, and the membership listing.

Racing Membership  $295,  is intended for skippers who race frequently and wish to receive a savings by paying entry fees in advance.  Racing Membership covers all the CCV races.

Additionally, since the Racing Membership form serves as the entry form for all CCV races, entering races could not be easier!

Distance Series Membership  $190,  is intended for skippers that are participating in the Southern Bay Distance Series. This membership covers the Spring Series Day 2 (Race 3), Moonlight Triangle, Founders race, Triple Tunnel Race and  Fall Series Day 2 (Race 3).

Club Membership ($40)  Club Membership is for skippers who wish to pay by the race and for individuals and crew who want to be a part of the action.   Fee includes the CCVR racing book and one ticket to the end of year awards party.

You can sign up online HERE  .

CCV Board members are dedicated to providing members with a positive sailing experience; however, they rely on feedback from the membership. If you have comments or suggestions, please send them an email.

Board of Directors email: [email protected]  or [email protected]

Commodore –  Benedikt Zihlmann Vice Commodore – Greg Cutter Secretary – Jean Holt Treasurer – Ben Cucker Publications Director – Greg Cutter Education Director – Tom Coneys Racing Director –  Andy Armstrong Membership Director – Vicki Bristow Logistics Director – Christina Ritger Marketing – Bobby Whitehouse

Past Commodore –  Vicki Bristow Past Commodore – Carie Curry-Cutter Past Commodore – Bobby Whitehouse Past Commodore – Dixon W. Wilde

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Reciprocal Guests

The Norfolk Yacht and Country Club is a private club that welcomes reciprocal visitors provided that they have a current membership card or reciprocal letter from their yacht club. Upon arrival at the Club, visitors are asked to register at the Dock House. Mooring of visiting yachts is subject to availability and approval by the Harbor Master.   All visiting boats are required to make docking arrangements with the club before arrival.

Reciprocal guests are welcome to enjoy many of the amenities at the Club. All charges must be paid for with a credit card.

NYCC is open Tuesday through Sunday. Member dining is available on the second floor of the clubhouse in our two restaurants, The Deck or 36° North. The Galley poolside café is also open Memorial Day to Labor Day, seven days a week.

Reserve a Boat Slip

Visiting boaters should make arrangements prior to their arrival at the Club. To reserve a slip, please contact the Harbormaster at [email protected] or (757) 374-1676.

Guest Yachting Privileges

There are a small number of holidays which are designated as member only events and so it is wise  to call ahead when planning a trip to our club. All visitor berthing subject to availability and approval by the Harbor Master or Yachting Committee.

Dockage Rates for Visiting Boats

These rates apply to sponsored guests or members from other yacht clubs.

  • Days 1-7: $2.70/ft. per night 
  • Proof of insurance and damage waiver required
  • Requires Yachting Committee approval for more than 7 days

Members of the clubs listed below get the first night FREE (Once Per Quarter)

  • Eastern Shore Yacht and Country Club
  • Fishing Bay Yacht Club
  • Hampton Yacht Club
  • Mathews Yacht Club
  • Rappahannock River Yacht Club
  • Seattle Yacht Club
  • Two Rivers Yacht Club
  • Warwick Yacht and Country Club

Members of the club listed below pay for the first night and get the second night FREE (Once Per Quarter)

  • Indian Creek Yacht and Country Club

Other Charges

Electricity*:   30 amp $5.50/cord/day                       50 amp $11/cord/day                        *Stays over 7 days are metered Ice:   $3.50 per bag + 6% sales tax

The Dock House is located between Pier A & Pier B. The Dock House has a small lounge facing the water. This is where you may stop by and help yourself to a cup of coffee, a shower, and bathroom are available.

The Marina has 30 and 50 amp electricity as well as city water available adjacent to all slips. Pump out and refueling (unleaded and diesel) facilities are available at the end of pier A. The pump out facilities are free for any visiting yachter and fuel will be charged to your account. We also accept credit cards. Our fueling procedure requires that a dock attendant be present to assist. We do not allow self-service boat fueling. The dock attendant will be on duty from 8 AM until approximately sunset during summer boating season. When you need fuel, please call the marina staff and they will assist as fast as they can. Save these numbers in your phone: (757) 286-1752. If you can, call in advance to give the staff a "heads up" and minimize any wait times.

NYCC's guest policies have changed during Covid to protect our members and our visitors. Please see the receptionist or Dock Master for the latest policies.

We offer wireless internet inside the building and on surrounding Club patios.

Please give our Harbormaster a call at (757) 286-1752 they will help you arrange your visit.

Water Directions

Heading North towards the Chesapeake Bay from the Intercoastal Waterway, Downtown Norfolk or the Southern Branch of the Elizabeth River: From Buoy #R36 in Port Norfolk Reach (NOAA Chart #12253) head North through Lambert’s Bend into Craney Island Reach (NOAA Chart #12245). You will pass the Norfolk Southern Coal Piers on your starboard side and the Craney Island Coast Guard Base on your port side. At Lambert’s Bend the mouth of the Lafayette River will be off your starboard bow, head Northeast from Craney Island Reach Buoy #G23 to Lafayette River Entrance Buoy #R2. Follow the channel into and through the Lafayette River until Buoy #R14, Norfolk Yacht and Country Club is on the East Side of the Lafayette River just West of the Route 337 (Hampton Blvd.) Bridge.

Heading South from the Chesapeake Bay, Hampton Roads, or James River to the Intercoastal Waterway: Head North from Buoy #R8 Norfolk Harbor Reach (NOAA Chart #12245) through Norfolk Harbor Reach to Craney Island Reach Buoy #G19. You will pass Norfolk International Terminal (a containership terminal) on your port side and Craney Island Landfill on your starboard side. Head East from Craney Island Buoy #G19 to Lafayette River Entrance Buoy #R2. Follow the channel into and through the Lafayette River until Buoy #R14. Norfolk Yacht and Country Club is on the East Side of the Lafayette River just West of the Route 337 (Hampton Blvd.) Bridge.

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2024 Annual First Tee Golf Tournament

Monday, October 7, 2024 at Princess Anne Country Club and Cavalier Golf & Yacht Club

Your participation and sponsorship enables First Tee to reach more kids with our character building and life skills curriculum, taught through the game of golf.  

Team registration.

Team Registration is $2,000 and includes tournament play for foursome, putting contest entry, lunch, beverages, giveaways, and tournament celebration.

Sponsorship Opportunities

When you sponsor the 2024 First Tee — Hampton Roads Annual Golf Tournament, you provide opportunities for children and teens to develop life skills and core values through the game of golf.

Questions? Reach out to Nick Lomauro at (757) 550-4833 or [email protected]

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TPYC

It's not surprising that we're unique. The club was founded in 1991 by the late Captain Lane Briggs, who was the owner of the Rebel Marina (Norfolk, VA), and one of the most connected and colorful maritime visionaries on the East Coast. As one of the early organizers of the Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race , he recognized the need for an organization to co-sponsor the event and provide hospitality to visiting tall ships. Captain Briggs loved Hampton Roads and promoted the region tirelessly everywhere he visited. He wanted others to see its beauty and take advantage of its attributes.

Today, we continue to support Captain Briggs’ philosophy with the projects we embrace… projects such as the Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race, Norfolk Harborfest®,  The Elizabeth River Project and the Old Dominion Sailing Team. We also seek out and support other projects deemed important to the Hampton Roads maritime community.

In addition, in keeping with Captain Briggs’ "fun" personality, TPYC members can be seen around town - individually or as a group - visiting marinas, enjoying a dinner or a "spot of tea", hosting raft ups, or supporting fundraising efforts or other organizations.

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Our deepest thanks go to the generous donors and supporters who continue to ensure youth sailing virginia, inc.’s future.  , we couldn’t have done it without you..

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Association of Maryland Pilots Fort Monroe Authority Fort Monroe Community Center City of Hampton City of Hampton Police Department Hampton City Schools Hampton Roads Academy Hampton Yacht Club Kingsmill Yacht Club E.T. Lawson & Sons, Inc. Mid Atlantic Mariners Club Monarch Bank Old Point National Bank Oyster Point Rotary Club Rotary Club at City Center Paint Supply Company Patten, Wornom, Hatten & Diamonstein Peninsula Community Foundation PHRF of the Chesapeake Q Design PLC Rouse Bottom Foundation Sail Happy Time Salters Creek Consulting, Inc. Ventker and Henderson, PLLC

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Anonymous Patricia Adams Steve and Nancy Adams David Alexander (In memory of Pete Wallio) Barb Amthor Lee and Abby Anderson Bentley Andrews Will Andrews William and Sally Andrews Richard Bagley Charles and Joan Baker Thomas and Mary Basco Bill and Nancy Beach Vince Behm, Jr Carlyle Bland Gary Bodie Alan Bomar Malcom and Kathy Brady Bill and Eleanor Brown Leigh Chapman Daniel Cronin, Jr. Scott and Linda Curtis Melissa DeBoer David Denton David Eberwine Vernon Eberwine, Jr Ann Edgar Kevin and Sue Eley Lex and Beth Eley Charles Fichtner Elizabeth Foxx Terry Fuller Wade and Robbie Garnett Mark Gregg Ric and Kelly Handly J. Robert Harris John and Jill Hilburger Shonia Holloway John Holt David Host Julie Illes

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The Junior Cotillion of Hampton Roads, Inc. is a Peninsula-wide organization which was begun in 1985 in an effort to promote confidence, self-esteem and self-discipline in young people through the instruction of dance and etiquette. We are currently serving children in grades five through nine.

Patterned after the highly successful  Junior Assembly in Richmond, Virginia , Junior Cotillion of Hampton Roads, Inc. has dedicated itself to providing good dance instruction and other socially related skills within a controlled and wholesome atmosphere. Just as your expectations for your child are high, so are ours. This is a crucial period in the life of your young person and we believe through the tool of dance instruction, young people can achieve confidence and social skills that will help them the rest of their lives.

Our season, which consists of a series of six dances, runs from September through December on the Peninsula, and January through April in Williamsburg. Since self-confidence and self-discipline do not develop overnight, or in one season of Cotillion, we encourage all participants to attend all five years. Each age group receives instruction according to ability, with a building on classic dances such as the waltz, tango, and latin dances. Thus, it is only to your child's advantage to attend each year. Although classical dance instruction has been shown to result in good leadership, good fellowship and good musical expression, current and trend dances are taught as well. Contemporary music is used whenever possible.

In addition to highly trained instructors, Junior Cotillion of Hampton Roads, Inc. employs high school students who have attended Cotillion to assist at the dances. They act as role models and are extremely adept at encouraging Cotillion members.

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My husband and I are raising three girls. Our middle daughter is in cotillion now and our oldest daughter will be a cotillion assistant this year. Meanwhile my 6-year-old watches her sisters dress, don white gloves and become young ladies right before her eyes. She can't wait till it is her turn!

Cotillion has been a very positive experience and a beautiful supplement to our efforts to raise strong, respectful, and confident young ladies. Manners are your way of saying to the world, "I have values and respect for myself and respect for others." Cotillion has afforded them the opportunity to engage in social situations and apply their skills. They have learned a lot, met new people, and gained a greater level of self-confidence, while having a lot of fun.

To get the most out of the experience, we have gathered other Cotillion attendees and had a pre-dance dinner at our house. This way the children have the opportunity to socialize beforehand and arrive with friends. We have found that they often want to return home with friends to talk about the night and even share dessert before calling it a night.

We feel that this experience has helped develop the skills necessary to interview for jobs, attend social functions, and develop a confidence which can only be achieved through practice. As a family we have nothing but positive things to say about our experience with Junior Cotillion of Hampton Roads.

Ann Douglas Vaughan

I wanted JCHR to know how they have impacted our lives. My sons and daughters have participated in JCHR in the past 15 years. My sons, who are now adults, went to a wedding last year, and it was commented by others on how my sons treated their dates at this formal function. It seems most of the men there did not know how to escort a lady on the dance floor or across the room, or assist a lady with her chair or wrap.My sons could not believe how their male friends were not acting like gentlemen even to their own dates, guests, or their elders. It was even exciting to hear how they remember how to ballroom dance, etc. It is also quite interesting to see how our daughter, who is almost 13 years old, acts the lady and expects to be treated like one. This year our youngest daughter will be participating in JCHR and she too, will be on her way to learn how to act and behave for various functions.

Thank you. Katie Sheridan.

JCHR Gives Back

We thank the following schools for their participation in our " Cotillion Gives Back" program. For everyone who signs up for dance season, Junior Cotillion of Hampton Roads will contribute a portion of the membership fee back to your school or organization to be used toward a fundraiser. If your school or organization is interested, please feel free to contact us.

Gloria Dei Lutheran School 250 Fox Hill Road Hampton, Virginia Phone: 1.757.851.6292

Hampton Roads Academy 739 Academy Lane Newport News, Virginia Phone: 1.757.884-9148

Our Lady of Mount Carmel School 52 Harpersville Road Newport News, Virginia Phone: 1.757.596.2754

Providence Classical School 116 Palace Lane Williamsburg, Virginia Phone: 1.757.565.2900

Resurrection Lutheran School 765 J. Clyde Morris Boulevard Newport News, Virginia Phone: 1.757.596-5808

Saint Andrews Episcopal School 45 Main Street Newport News, Virginia Phone: 1.757.596.6261

Saint Mary Star of the Sea School 14 North Willard Avenue Hampton, Virginia Phone: 1.757.723.6358

Trinity Lutheran School 6812 River Road Newport News, Virginia Phone: 1.757.245.2576

Walsingham Academy 1100 Jamestown Road Williamsburg, Virginia Phone: 1.757.229.2642

Williamsburg Christian Academy 101 School House Lane Williamsburg, Virginia Phone: 1.757.220.1978

Williamsburg Montessori School 4200 Longhill Road Williamsburg, Virginia Phone: 1.757.565.0977

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  1. Hampton Yacht Club

    The Hampton Yacht Club is located in the heart of Downtown Hampton, Virginia and provides an array of social and dining experiences for its members. The Clubhouse includes an upstairs formal dining setting with a magnificent view of the Hampton Creek, and the downstairs has a casual bar & grill. Just outside the Clubhouse is a large marina with ...

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    Hampton Yacht Club, Hampton, Virginia. 1,700 likes · 55 talking about this · 729 were here. Nestled on the western bank of the Hampton River in Hampton, VA. HYC was est. in 1907 and is a private...

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    For more information on One Design sailing opportunities and events please contact the Sailing Director: [email protected]. For more information on Keelboat Racing events please contact. HYC Sail Captain (Racing) John McCarthy at 757-850-4225.

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    Hampton Yacht Club Adult Sailing offers learn to sail classes for its membership only. Our US Sailing Level I Basic Keelboat class will introduce you to the basic concepts of sailing on our fleet of Sonars. Upon completion of the course, you will receive a US Sailing Basic Keelboat certification!

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    4707 Victoria Blvd Hampton, VA 23669 757-722-0711 www.hamptonyc.com. Hampton Yacht Club is a private club. All facilities and services are for use only by members, their guests, and visitors who are members of reciprocating yacht clubs.

  8. Hampton Yacht Club

    About. In 1903, Hampton's boating enthusiasts founded the Virginia Yacht Club and in 1906 issued stock and erected a clubhouse on pilings at the foot of Victoria Boulevard. Interest dwindled during the Great War and the clubhouse fell into disrepair. In 1926, six men, not associated with the Virginia Yacht Club, formed the Hampton Yacht Club ...

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    Hampton Roads Harbor draws powerboaters and sailors from near and far. Local Knowledge. The commodore of Old Point Comfort Yacht Club, Bob Killebrew, provides helpful local knowledge. "There are no particular hazards in the waters of Hampton. The ship channel is 65' (19.81 m) or more and average depth within the Roads is around 20' (6.1 m

  10. CCV Racing

    There are Wednesday night races out of the Hampton Yacht Club starting in April till October. Go to the dock side and find boat/skipper looking for crew. HYC is located at 4707 Victoria Blvd, Hampton, VA 23669. ... Racing Membership (skippers), Distance Series Membership (skippers) and Club Membership. All members receive a CCV book which ...

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    Boats from the Portsmouth Boat Club, the Hampton Yacht Club and the Norfolk Yacht and Country Club participated. The Labor Day Regatta is still hosted to this day! NYCC also hosted the Virginia Sailing Regatta, a Chesapeake Bay Yacht Racing Association event, on numerous occasions beginning in the mid-1940s. ... The Maury Regatta, in which high ...

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    The Norfolk Yacht and Country Club is a private club that welcomes reciprocal visitors provided that they have a current membership card or reciprocal letter from their yacht club. Upon arrival at the Club, visitors are asked to register at the Dock House. ... Hampton Roads, or James River to the Intercoastal Waterway: Head North from Buoy #R8 ...

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    7001 Hampton Boulevard. Norfolk, VA 23505. United States of America. Phone: (757) 622-7971. Email: [email protected]. We meet at The Norfolk Yacht & Country Club, 7001 Hampton Blvd., Norfolk, on the first three Tuesdays of each month. Meet and Greet is at 12:00pm, and the meeting is 12:30pm - 1:30pm.

  15. 2023 Annual First Tee Golf Tournament

    Monday, October 7, 2024 at Princess Anne Country Club and Cavalier Golf & Yacht Club. ... When you sponsor the 2024 First Tee — Hampton Roads Annual Golf Tournament, you provide opportunities for children and teens to develop life skills and core values through the game of golf.

  16. About TPYC

    What Town Point Yacht Club does have are dedicated members with a keen interest in boating, the waterways, the environment and the rich maritime heritage of Norfolk and the entire Hampton Roads area. Basically, we are a volunteer service organization with boating interests. Our philosophy is to promote these interests through education ...

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    Hampton Roads Academy Hampton Yacht Club Kingsmill Yacht Club E.T. Lawson & Sons, Inc. Mid Atlantic Mariners Club Monarch Bank Old Point National Bank Oyster Point Rotary Club Rotary Club at City Center Paint Supply Company Patten, Wornom, Hatten & Diamonstein Peninsula Community Foundation

  20. Junior Cotillion of Hampton Roads

    Hampton, Virginia Phone: 1.757.851.6292 Hampton Roads Academy 739 Academy Lane Newport News, Virginia Phone: 1.757.884-9148 Our Lady of Mount Carmel School 52 Harpersville Road Newport News, Virginia Phone: 1.757.596.2754 Providence Classical School 116 Palace Lane Williamsburg, Virginia Phone: 1.757.565.2900 Resurrection Lutheran School