Please forgive us for the delay in getting our Ladies Delight Island Light working nightly on a regular basis. We miss her every bit as much as you! We are soon switching to a new solar powered system and hope to have it up and running by the end of October.
A 2015 Welcome
to the Cobbosseecontee Yacht Clubwebsite. This historic Yacht Club, your lake association, dates way back to 1904, has a fascinating history, a wonderful historic lighthouse, and today strives to make social and environmental pursuits coexist.
Enjoy your visit here, please come back often, communicate with us, tell your friends about the CYC and our website, and enjoy the magnificent beauty of Lake Cobbosseecontee!
Check out our Lake History page that discusses our history as well as details about current activities and concerns of the CYC! Be sure to look at the Lake News and Lake Events pages to keep up with activities on the lake, and by all means, go to our Membership page and submit your application for membership today. Welcome aboard!
Photo taken by Vivian at 6:50am on November 11, 2009.
STORIES AND PHOTOS WANTED!!!
So, did you survive the previous long and brutal Maine winter? Do you have a special story you would like to share with us? Special photos? Do you have some interesting summer photograpy or stories? Send us your contribution for publication to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, be sure to visit the Lake History page for a new lake memories article submitted by former Augusta resident, George Lambert, The Writer Fisherman.
Hear ye. Hear ye! Be it known that the CYC is now on FACEBOOK! Visit us there and be sure to "Like" us. Let's see how many "likes" we can amass.
Teacakes and Moose Scat- A Genteel Lady Hunts Moose Now is that not an attention grabber? And all about one of our own dedicated members of the CYC. Article written by Nancy Barnes Hill for the January, 2014 edition of the Maine Sportsman. Click here to get the article!
If you have not seen it yet, Be sure to check out the article on the News Archives 2013 page. Interesting!