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New leaders elected to Cruising Club of America

In 1922, the first Reader’s Digest magazine was published, radio arrived at the White House and Babe Ruth signed a three-year contract with the Yankees. 

That same year also saw a quieter milestone achieved with the formation of the Cruising Club of America, and unlike many organizations with brick and mortar facilities, this club without walls is – 94 years later – still fulfilling its original concept: to aid mariners who are passionate about offshore sailing.

The CCA started the next chapter of its history during this year’s Annual Meeting, held March 4 at the New York Yacht Club in Manhattan, when James Binch of New Canaan, Conn., and W. Bradford Willauer of Prouts Neck, Maine, were installed as commodore and vice commodore, respectively.

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