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North Shore area of Long Island, NY

with classes hosted in Bayville, Roslyn, Oyster Bay, Hicksville, Bethpage 

The Oyster Bay Sail and Power Squadron is a unit of the United States Power Squadron®: the largest boating organization in the United States of America.


As a non-profit educational boating organization, who has been teaching safe boating in our community for over 45 years. With over 110 members in our squadron, we enjoy both power and sail boating activities and we are dedicated to promoting SAFE BOATING THROUGH EDUCATION encouraging all to join us and learn about boating from those who know.



Will be held prior to General Meetings or

on the 1st Tuesday of  the month

January, March, April, May, June, September, October, November December



2nd Tuesday of the month

January, March, April, May,

September, October, November

Always check this website under 

SQUADRON EVENTS to learn more about meeting locations, times, and agendas.

Thomas has been the Squadron Educational Officer for many years and still enjoys bringing educational opportunities to our members and the public.  Thomas was the District Educational Officer for 3 years, R/C for Cooperative Charting for 3 years and he still returns year after year to the squadron with many new ideas and programs.  He enjoys power boating and feels Cooperative Charting is one of the best Club activity.  As Tom says, “It’s a great way to get out on the water with squadron friends and family.”       

Kevin has accepted the role as Commander for a third time. He is a busy husband, father and businessman who joined the Club only a few years ago enticed by discounted educational courses for members. From the start, he proclaimed he wanted to take every course that the United States Power Squadrons has to offer.  In the short time that Kevin has been with the Club he has already obtained the grade of Junior Navigator.   Moreover, being the Club's Commander, Kevin has become a USPS Certified Instructor ready to teach the ABC classes in our hometown.  Kevin enjoys Sailing, Sail Racing and being part of the Cooperative Charting Team. Always planning new activities for Club members, Cmd. Kevin always available to help new boater learn more.

Thomas Peltier, SN - Educational Officer
Kevin Monaco - Administrative Officer
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The New Bridge is here...

Kevin Monaco join our Club a few years ago and was very interested in the inner-working of the organization. He immediately join the Executive Committee and was an outstanding contributor of ideas and reference. 

When asked if he would step up, he was right there. Kevin plans on bring many civic and social organization to engage with our Club and create a network of individual with similar and like goals - safe boating and community service.

Kevin and his wife enjoy power boating on the sound and listening to the music.

Come to one of our meetings and meet the Bridge and you may be smiling like Kevin.


Larry Weiss has been a member of our Club for over 20 years and a past Commander (2006-2008). Larry is an avid power boater who loves relaxing on his boat (Ever After) in Oyster Bay Harbor with his bride, Donna. Larry is the organizer and host of  OysterBay's Blessing of the Fleet. Plan on attending or participating. 

Cruising the Sound and distant shores with friends and family is a perfect day, and certainly puts a smile on Larry's face.

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Open Position - Treasurer

The Treasurer's position is now available for any member who has a desire to help our squadron continue on its journey helping people learn more about safe boating.

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Ann Peltier, SN - Secretary / Tresurer

The Secretary is a position that is not new to Ann. Happily, she accepted the nomination. Now she challenges all to step forward with her and share 1 hour a month in Volunteer Service to the community and/or boater education.   As Ann says, "It's rewarding and it's easy. We're all here to help you have fun."  


Not sure how you can help!  Give us a call and start on your journey towards                            self-actualization while you're having the time of your life.

Enjoying all the activities and benefits of America's Boating Club is easy as downloading our Membership Application and then email  TJP98@OPTONLINE.NET 

     for more details.

    Over the years, the Oyster Bay Power Squadron (OBPS) has participated in many community events.  Like back in 1976, Oyster Bay members volunteered their time, energy, and boats to ferry people out to the tall ships stately anchored in our harbors during the 1976 Operation Sail.  As we grow so did our name. We added Sail because so many of our members enjoyed sailing not only around Long Island  but to ports of foreign call from Canada to the Caribbean.  Since then we are know as the Oyster Bay Sail and Power Squadron (OBSPS) but affectionately we call ourselves the CLUB.  
     In recent years the OBSPS has been invited, by town officials, to spearhead the cleanup efforts associated with Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup program; which is the world’s largest volunteer cleanup effort.  Volunteers from the Club worked diligently with the Town and other community organizations:  Sagamore Yacht Club, USCG Auxiliary, Atlantic Steamers, Boys and Girls Scouts of America,  all gathered together to clean up our beaches and waterways.  .    
        Since its inception, the Club has been honored with many awards and trophies.  Among the honors to date are the Haedrich Memorial Trophy, the Prince Henry Trophy, District 3s Cooperative Charting Award the Jerrad Memorial Trophy (for the outstanding teaching) and many more. 
     We are proud of all our awards, but the squadron gains its greatest fulfillment by bringing safe boating information to our members and the community as a whole.  As pleasure boating and PWC’s gain in popularity, it brings with it increased harbor congestion and the potential of danger on the water.  Teaching America’s Boating Course, advanced grades and seminars, helps the Club bring the needed education to experienced and new boaters, alike.  
    Teaching Safe Boating, Community Service and Fellowship - all play a major role in our CLUB.  From helping others in their efforts to raise money for cancer care, to cleaning up our shore line, the Oyster Bay Sail and Power Squadron is ready to lend a hand.  The Club welcomes new member and hopes you will sign up for a class today or join our Club and be part of the fun.  
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