Regatta at Cowes
~ Raoul Dufy 1938

The Committee and Interviews

Hull Yacht Club - Historian
Hull Yacht Club - Past Commodore
Hull Yacht Club - Former Member
Sea Bird - Former Owner
Hull Yacht Club – Junior Sailing Committee
Potential 2011 Mini Transat Competitor
Hull Yacht Club - Former Junior Sailing Chair
SailNantasket - Vice President
MIT University - Master Sailing Coach
Hull Yacht Club - Past Commodore
Hull Yacht Club - Member
Owner, J.M. Reineck & Son
Hull Yacht Club - Member
Sail Nantasket - Board of Directors
Hull Yacht Club - Steward
Brothers were US Champion Sailors
Hull Yacht Club - Past Commodore
Sail Nantasket - Board of Directors
US Sailing - Board of Directors
Sail Nantasket – Development Director
Hull Yacht Club - Past Secretary
Owner – Hull Sea Bird #023
Sail Nantasket – Founder & Board of Directors
Hull Yacht Club - Past Commodore
Hull Yacht Club - Executive Committee Member
Son is US Olympic Sailor

Old Ghost

The Organizations

Sail Nantasket is a non-profit foundation in Hull, MA dedicated to encouraging the sport of sailing and to administer and promote public participation in sailing related programs, events and activities in Hull and adjacent waters.

As part of it's charter, Sail Nantasket will accept donations of boats, equipment and money to build a fleet of boats for use/charter by youth sailors participating in Junior sailing and Learn-to-Sail programs and by adults participating in Learn-to-Sail programs, and Sr. Racing programs. One of the goals for Sail Nantasket is to provide the boats for a sailing team at Hull High School


"This program is supported in part by a grant from the Hull Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency."

The Hull Yacht Club, founded in 1883, is located directly on Allerton Harbor in Hull. One of the oldest yacht clubs in America, the club has a rich history of yacht racing and cruising. The current membership has a mix of sail, power and social members.

The Hull Lifesaving Museum, the museum of Boston Harbor Heritage, preserves the region's lifesaving tradition and maritime culture through collections, exhibits, experiential and interpretive education, research and service to others. The museum's open water rowing programs in Boston Harbor educate young people about themselves while developing a constituency that takes stewardship for its maritime history. The deeds, traditions, and ethics of nineteenth century coastal lifesavers--Skills, Courage, and Caring--are the foundation of the museum's exhibits and programs, and its underlying commitment to working to impact society, and individual lives, for the better.

The Lifesaving Museum operates a wide array of educational programs throughout the year from our sites on the South Shore and in Boston for children, teens, families, and adults. Examples include camps, workshops, daytrips, art classes, job training programs, school vacation activities, after-school programs, and open water rowing. Whenever possible, we make online registration available. For programs serving specialized audiences, please follow the contact information provided with each program description.

Hull Community Television is a volunteer driven organization. We rely on the people of Hull to produce programming for the community as a whole to enjoy. Openings always available for videographers, audio technicians, lighting specialists, editors, hosts, producers, and musicians.
Mystic Seaport -- The Museum of America and the Sea -- is the nation's leading maritime museum. Goeller's original design for the Hull Sea Bird is housed at the Daniel S. Gregory Ships Plans Collection Library at Mystic Seaport.