Yankee Chapter: Making Waves With Old Outboards



The Sesselberg Family would like to thank the members of the AOMCI for the support and friendship they have offered following the passing of Arthur. In his memory, we ask that you keep a little grease under your nails and keep on tinkering! Have a great 2017.


Yankee Chapter
2017 Meet Schedule

The following is a calendar of Yankee Chapter and other regional events. For the entire content and contact information please consult The Knuckle Knews - the official regional newsletter of the Knuckle Buster and Yankee chapters of the AOMCI.

Date Type Location Host Phone Email
  March 4

VFW Post 7608

Georgetown, MA

Larry Connors 617
March 25 Dry-Swap VFW Post 2130

Rocky Hill, CT
Tom Conti 203
May 13 Dry-Swap

LBI Fiberglass

Groton, CT

Ernie Darrow 774
May 20

Quaddick State Park

Thompson, CT

Glenn Wallen/Connie Nash 860
  June 10

Lake Sadawga

Whitingham, VT

Lenny Ruff 802
June 24
Wet-Swap Windsor, CT Ray Schaber


  July 15
Wet-Cruise Sunapee State Park

Lake Sunapee, NH
Scott Brightman


Marine Engine Expo

Mystic Seaport

Mystic, CT

Gary Mower


  ***September 9

Indian Well State Park

Shelton, CT

Gary Mower


September 16
Wet-Swap Manchester, NH Joel Bergeron 617 982-0040 info@runneroutboards.com
  November 4
Dry-Swap Madbury, NH Gary Sonnenschein


*** The theme for the Shelton meet will be Outboards from the 1920's***

*All meet information is subject to change. Please contact meet host for updates.


To make changes to the schedule, please email us at the Contact Us link at the bottom of this page.

And if you attend a meet, please be sure to thank the host for their time and effort. And remember to contribute to "the hat" - the Yankee Chapter does not have membership dues, all events, our formal awards, this website and everything we do is 100% supported by member contributions at the meets.

Hosting a meet is not a big deal and is actually a lot of fun! If you think you would like to host a Yankee Chapter meet send an email to find out more.

Pack up your Packard and head to a Yankee Chapter meet!

* The Safe Running of Boats & Motors

All boats used at a Yankee Chapter AOMCI wet meets must be legally registered, insured and have all safety equipment as required by law and common sense. Since safety is a concern for all recreational boaters, the wearing of lifejackets is recommended for all individuals and is required by law in many states for children 12 years of age and under. Laws may also require children 12 and under to wear lifejackets on docks and other areas.

When boating, please act responsibly and obey all rules of the road and local laws regarding speed, horsepower and noise limitations. Please be sure that all equipment is operated in a safe and respectful manner. The consumption of alcoholic beverages at Yankee AOMCI functions is strictly prohibited.

If you are interested in learning more about being a safe boater visit the US Power Squadron and look into their boating safety classes.

You can also learn about each of the New England states safe boater requirements at the following links:

Connecticut DEP

Massachusetts Boating Education Program

New Hampshire Department of Safety

RI Boating Fishing Hunting

Boating Vermont

Have a fun SAFE time on the water!

See you at a Yankee Chapter Meet!

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