Cedar Point Yacht Club has a new pavilion

Cedar Point Yacht Club now has a new pavilion. The club officials stated that this is the club’s very first expansion in the past fifty years. And, it was officially introduced among grand ceremonies on the Labor Day.

The new open-air structure, covering 3200 square feet area, is perfect to serve visiting sailors at the signature events, such as the National Championship Regattas, One-Design Regatta, Junior Race Week as well as other similar events, stated Cedar Point Commodore Harrison Gill. The statement also added that it also offers a brand new focal point for dancing, games, social events, dining, sunbathing.

Earlier on Monday, the ribbon-cutting ceremony was attended by hundreds, including First Selectman Jim Marpe as well as other local officials as well as past commodores of the club. Cedar Point officials stated that the new pavilion measures fifty feet wide and sixty-four feet long, along with the for the patio surface covering an additional sixteen feet along the south as well as east sides. The club has placed an order for teak furniture for use in the pavilion as well as the encompassing sun deck.

The Brighton council is throwing Presquile Yacht Club a break. According to reports, the municipality had stopped the members of the club to dump slightly treated sewage from their boats into municipal wastewater treatment system as it was comprised of dangerous formaldehyde.

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