Inspired by their early experiences sailing and racing sailboats on Cape Cod, our founder board members created Community Racing, Inc.
Community Racing, Inc is an IRS recognized 501c3 with a mission of preservation and increasing access to sailing on Cape Cod.
In 2018, with the generous support of individual donors and corporate partners, Community Racing, Inc. purchased the former Lewis Bay Yacht Club in Yarmouth Massachusetts on Lewis Bay. The goal is to keep this sailing hut as a place for sailors and sailboats. A base with instant water access.
Please consider joining us in the effort to serve our community by encouraging a love of Cape Cod’s maritime tradition.
Board member stories include:
Mark’s Story: Mark Wiatrowski grew up sailing on Orleans Town Cove and Pleasant Bay. He was introduced to racing at the Orleans Yacht Club, where he was recognized for sportsmanship from an early age. As a member of the Nauset Sea Scouts, he became familiar with larger boats, voyaging into Cape Cod Bay, Sail Boston, and beyond. During high school and college, Mark worked at Arey’s Pond Boat Yard. Today, he owns a catboat built at APBY. He enjoys racing his catboat in the home waters of Pleasant Bay and Lewis Bay.
Bridget’s Story: Bridget (Creney) Wiatrowski learned to sail at the Hyannis Yacht Club where she established her prowess as a competitive sailboat racer during high school. She joined the Georgetown University Sailing Team and continues to sail competitively including the 2018 Women’s Snipe World Championship in Newport, RI and the 2022 IOD Worlds on Fishers Island.
Chris’ Story: Chris Finegan is a media executive. One of his Hobie 16 sailing adventures was published by SAIL magazine.