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Kingston Cove Yacht Club
Mailing Address
P.O. Box 81
Kingston, WA 98346-0081
KCYC is a 501C7 - Social Organization
Club Address
25815 Washington Blvd NE
Kingston, WA 98346
HomeBosun's Pipe—Club News

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Meet Your New Board Officers for 2019-2020

The new officers of the club were elected by a unanimous vote at the September General Meeting.  Click on the link below to read a little about each of them.
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Ken Dalgleish

Vice Commodore
Art Hammon

Rear Commodore

Jerry Andrews

Fleet Captain
Sandi Dalgleish

Diane Nuñez

Jack Lott

Steve Young

Rick Eveleth

Past Commodore
Nancy Langwith


KCYC Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary

The Celebrate 50 Anniversary Party was a major success. 

Enjoy a few photos here from our big celebration. Or click on the link to read the full article and enjoy a slide show presentation.

Click here to watch the full slideshow.
Celebrate 50 Party 2019

What is a Web login party?

Find out soon.  It all starts at 6:00 pm
on Friday, Oct. 11th.

Read more about it. 
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New Member Applicants

Welcome Aboard

There are two individuals who have submitted applications to become members of our club.  Please welcome them both.
  • Patricia Bartline lives in Kingston, having moved from Suquamish, WA.  Patricia  has enjoyed boating for a number of years. Patricia began her boating experiences on Lake Union, Ballard and Anderson Island.  Patricia loves gardening, interior design and hypno therapy. Patricia is retired. She worked in a Boutique in Bainbridge Island where she did design and display work including the floral arranging.
  • Joyce McGlone moved to Kingston from Seattle in 2018 to be closer to her daughter.  Joyce is originally from Spokane where she grew up boating.  While living in Seattle Joyce continued to enjoy boating. Joyce  was an  interior designer for 45 years and although retired she continues to do consulting.  Currently, Joyce enjoys painting and learning about the Kingston area. 

New Merchandise at the Ship's Store

Stop by at the meeting and check out the new items for fall, including a lady's full zip micro-fleece and soft shell vests. Also, check out the catalogue to see items that can be ordered with custom embroidery. For more information, contact:  Linda Mac at 248-921-1423 or
Email Linda at the Ship's Store.
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Last Cruise of the Season
Pleasant Harbor 2019

Check out the photos from the Pleasant Harbor Cruise, which took place over Labor Day Weekend.  Many thanks to our Cruise Captains, Shelly and Alan Kester.  The weekend was filled with activities......bocce ball, a Milk Carton Regatta, and even a Bloody Mary Contest......and yet they still found time to relax.

Pleasant Harbor is just one of those wonderful places where there is something for lots of places for those without boats to spend the night.

Pleasant Harbor Cruise 2019

Look Who's Celebrating

Upcoming Birthdays / Anniversaries
Upcoming Birthdays/Anniversaries

Commodore's Ball 2019

The Commodore, Nancy Langwith, and her spouse, Jerry Kirschner, cordially invite you to The Kingston Cove Yacht Club Commodore's Ball and welcome you to the "Anegada Reef Hotel, BVI".

Saturday, October 19, 2019

Clubhouse doors open at 6pm for drinks and appetizers.  Featured cocktail will be a Painkiller; a Caribbean lobster dinner will be served at 7pm. (Jerk chicken or veggie burger will also be available.) 

Music by the "Silver City Six"
Cost: $45
Attire:  Tropically Formal


Click here to register by email.

Reservation Required.  Please reply to by October 11th.  Please indicate your choice of lobster, chicken or veggie burger.

Dia de los Muertos,
aka Day of the Dead Party
Saturday, November 1st

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Something new this year.  Think Halloween Mexico style!  There will be a full Mexican food buffet, Mexico party music, prizes for the best face paint and costume.  

 Come join the fun. Costumes optional.

KCYC Commemorative
Brick Sale

In celebration of our 50th year anniversary, KCYC is building a memorial brick walkway at the front entrance of the clubhouse. For information on how you can participate, please read the full article on the news page.
Read the full article.

Sunshine and Clouds

Cheryl Graham has been diagnosed with cancer. Members who would like to help out with meals and driving to appointments should contact Rita Osborn at Our sympathies go out to Julie Turner, whose father recently passed away. On a sunny note, Kathy Showman got a new knee!  

If you have any news you would like club members to know about, please let Julie Westwater know. Email Julie

Seahawk Sunday, October 13th

Come on out to the club to watch the Seahawks CRUSH the Cleveland Browns.  William will open the clubhouse at 9:45am; the game starts at 10am.  $5 pizza will be available for lunch at halftime.

A Signup Sheet for hosting and/or bartending for games is posted on the bar.  It will be there each Friday evening. Please sign up.  The host will decide what to do about food for the game days.