In 1963, the Alberg 30, a new design, was selected by a Washington DC area group of fifteen sailors to form the foundation of a new fleet.. The following year in Annapolis MD, a group of ten independently selected the same beautiful craft to form a fleet on the Chesapeake Bay. As the boats were delivered during 1965, the two groups were organized into a single one-design racing fleet called the Chesapeake Bay Alberg 30 One-Design Association.. Today, our Association continues to thrive on the Chesapeake Bay. Each year there are multiple cruises and a healthy schedule of races sanctioned by The Chesapeake Bay Yacht Racing Association. Come winter, activities tend to move indoors for warm, light, and camaraderie in dinners, seminars, and the annual meeting held each January.
To learn about our Association, contact us, we look forward to sailing with you.