Welcome to the Dolphin Club

We like to row, swim and occasionally eat pasta

Latest News

  • Gashouse Cove Swim Results

    February 17, 2018 The second Dolphin Club swim of the year: the Swim Commissioners arranged for a perfect day in terms of the weather and tidal conditions.  The swim was enjoyed by all who participated. There were several new member-swimmers doing their first out of cove swims: congratulations to them all. Pilots: Jon Bielinski, John …Read More »
  • Intro to Bay Swimming – February 10, April 14, June 16

    For new swimmers and anyone who wants to brush up or learn more, please join us Saturday, February 10 at 8:30am for an Intro to Bay Swimming.  The class will also be held April 14 and June 16. Details: This 2-3 hour session includes: A ~1-hour chat with Q & A covering: the geography of …Read More »
  • Gas House Cove Swim – Saturday February 17

    Sign-up sheets for swimmers and pilots will be posted Tuesday morning (Feb 6) by 8am.  8-8:45    Sign in 8:45        Pilot briefing 9:00        Swim briefing 9:15         Walk to Gas House Cove 10:00      Jump We always have ‘help’ opportunities – You will need 3 …Read More »
  • 2018 Pier 41 swim results

    January 27, 2018 The first Dolphin Club swim of the year: a fun and easy 1 mile swim. Pilots: Marcus Auerbuch, Eduardo Barranco, Lindzy Bivings, John Blackman, Richard Bond, Ross  Browne, Barry Christian, Katie Cronin, Cedric Delvaux, Paul DuBois, Pauline Farmer, John Grunstad, Lewis Haidt, Terry Horn, Nancy Hornor, Vincent Huang, Davis Ja, Liz Kantor, …Read More »
  • Pier 41 Swim – Saturday, January 27

    Here we go!  Sign up sheets are posted for the first Dolphin Club swim of 2018. Here’s the timing:  CHECK IN                                   7:45-8:30amPILOT BRIEFING on the dock       8:30 amSWIM BRIEFING  Staib Room        8:45amWALK TO …Read More »
  • New Year’s Day Alcatraz

    New Year’s Day Alcatraz

    Dolphin Club swimmers participated in, piloted for and helped with the South End Rowing Club’s annual NYD Alcatraz swim. Due to foggy conditions on the Bay, the swim jump was delayed, then moved to the area off Pier 39, where swimmers were able to ride the ebb tide in to Aquatic Cove. The swim results …Read More »