Frostbiting Out of Breakwater Yacht Club, A Different Kind of Sailing - 27 East

Frostbiting Out of Breakwater Yacht Club, A Different Kind of Sailing

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Breakwater Yacht Club's Frostbite Regatta this past January saw a number of boats out on the water.   MICHAEL MELLA

Breakwater Yacht Club's Frostbite Regatta this past January saw a number of boats out on the water. MICHAEL MELLA

Breakwater Yacht Club's Frostbite Regatta this past January saw a number of boats out on the water.   MICHAEL MELLA

Breakwater Yacht Club's Frostbite Regatta this past January saw a number of boats out on the water. MICHAEL MELLA

Breakwater Yacht Club's Frostbite Regatta this past January saw a number of boats out on the water.   MICHAEL MELLA

Breakwater Yacht Club's Frostbite Regatta this past January saw a number of boats out on the water. MICHAEL MELLA

Breakwater Yacht Club's Frostbite Regatta this past January saw a number of boats out on the water.   MICHAEL MELLA

Breakwater Yacht Club's Frostbite Regatta this past January saw a number of boats out on the water. MICHAEL MELLA

Sailing in the winter months could sound harsh to some, but for a small group out of Breakwater Yacht Club in Sag Harbor, there's nothing else like it.

Sailing in the winter months could sound harsh to some, but for a small group out of Breakwater Yacht Club in Sag Harbor, there's nothing else like it.

After sailing in some cold temperatures, the group likes to head back inside and enjoy some cheese, wine and a nice fire.    PAUL VOGEL

After sailing in some cold temperatures, the group likes to head back inside and enjoy some cheese, wine and a nice fire. PAUL VOGEL

After sailing in some cold temperatures, the group likes to head back inside and enjoy some cheese, wine and a nice fire.    PAUL VOGEL

After sailing in some cold temperatures, the group likes to head back inside and enjoy some cheese, wine and a nice fire. PAUL VOGEL

After sailing in some cold temperatures, the group likes to head back inside and enjoy some cheese, wine and a nice fire.    PAUL VOGEL

After sailing in some cold temperatures, the group likes to head back inside and enjoy some cheese, wine and a nice fire. PAUL VOGEL

After sailing in some cold temperatures, the group likes to head back inside and enjoy some cheese, wine and a nice fire.    PAUL VOGEL

After sailing in some cold temperatures, the group likes to head back inside and enjoy some cheese, wine and a nice fire. PAUL VOGEL

After sailing in some cold temperatures, the group likes to head back inside and enjoy some cheese, wine and a nice fire.    PAUL VOGEL

After sailing in some cold temperatures, the group likes to head back inside and enjoy some cheese, wine and a nice fire. PAUL VOGEL

After sailing in some cold temperatures, the group likes to head back inside and enjoy some cheese, wine and a nice fire.    PAUL VOGEL

After sailing in some cold temperatures, the group likes to head back inside and enjoy some cheese, wine and a nice fire. PAUL VOGEL

Sometimes, when the weather allows, good times could be had outside as well.

Sometimes, when the weather allows, good times could be had outside as well.

Sometimes, when the weather allows, good times could be had outside as well.

Sometimes, when the weather allows, good times could be had outside as well.

Drew Budd on Mar 22, 2023
Grab your drysuits, fleece pullovers and battery-powered socks, it’s time to go frostbiting! While it may not sound all that enticing to some people, sailing during the winter months in... more

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