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      It is with great sadness that we share the news that McMichael broker Tom Bobbin died of a sudden heart attack at his home on the afternoon of December 26th. We are all in shock.   ...

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  • McMichael Bermuda Race Seminars

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    Interested in being part of the 2020 Newport to Bermuda Race? If you are, join McMichael for four special Bermuda Race gatherings to help demystify many Bermuda Race questions and get you ready to sai...

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  • McMichael Sponsors Bermuda Race

    McMichael Sponsors Bermuda Race

    McMichael Yacht Yards and Brokers Becomes 2020 Bermuda Race Sponsor NEWPORT, RI—McMichael Yacht Yards and Brokers has signed an agreement with the Bermuda Race Organizing Committee to be Officia...

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About McMichael Yacht Yards & Brokers

History

Founded in New Rochelle in 1935 by Howard and Jacqueline McMichael, the company provided services to the boating public, including fuel and provisioning. Many of their customers were from nearby Larchmont Yacht Club. They built the business over the following years believing that "providing good service in a friendly manner is the key to success".

In 1938, Howard and Jacqueline leased property on the east basin of Mamaroneck Harbor from the Orienta Yacht Club. The business continued to grow and service the needs of sailors, fishermen and recreational boaters of Western Long Island Sound. During the war years, Howard worked in a defense plant at night, ran the boat business during the day, and was also a foreman at a yard in Rye building tugs for the Navy.

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