Our mission is to enable access to the water.
Won’t you join us?
Recently, we have focused on preserving the Lewis Bay Boathouse. This living classroom with it’s convenient access to the water serves as a base for on-the-water sailing and rowing programs.
Our long-term plan is to preserve a historically significant sailboat as our community “Flagship”. A traditional catboat might serve as an ambassador to Cape Cod’s work boat heritage for the next generation.
As we develop our plans, we anticipate supporting the Sea Scouts and other community programs in order to increase participation in on-the-water education.
Rowing and Sailing
Check back for updates on our volunteers’ efforts to save the Lewis Bay Boathouse. The boat house was built in the 1950s by members of the Lewis Bay Yacht Club. More details appear in our News below.
Learn more about the CCMM rowing program that we host by clicking here.
This Summer almost half of the frames were replaced on Eventide by David Stimson and his able crew. The engine bed was disassembled. It is one step at a time for these pro wooden boatbuilders. Our goal is repair and reuse as much of the original 1933 build as...
Community Racing, Inc has undertaken the rescue of Eventide, a 27 foot catboat built in 1933 by George Shiverick. Please consider supporting this effort to re-float Eventide as a living classroom and community asset for Lewis Bay and beyond. From 1985 to 2015,...
Community Racing, Inc would like to thank the volunteers from the Cape Cod Maritime Museum Rowing Program. The Lewis Bay Boathouse is now ready for the 2023 season. We are honored to once again be providing a base for this Lewis Bay rowing program! Learn more (and...