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New York Metro Chapter

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Contact
President
Capt. George Sandberg

captsandberg@mastermariner.org
631-375-5830 Cell
631-878-0579 Home
Vice-President
Capt. Carl Winter

Mailing Address
CAMM New York Metro Chapter
PO Box 581
Center Moriches NY 11934-0581

Page last updated on Fri, Nov 04, 2016

Meetings and News

Next meeting TBD
Place: Time and Place TBD

Guests are welcome!

About the New York Metro Chapter

Captain George Sandberg, #1919-R, has graciously agreed to take the helm as Chapter President with Captain Carl Winter as Chapter Vice President. Thank you to the two captains and CAMM Regional VP Captain Frank Zabrocky for their coordinating efforts.

The New York Metro Chapter serves the Northeast U.S., including Maine to New Jersey. The chapter received its charter from CAMM on September 12, 1967 making it the second oldest chapter in the council. This is somewhat misleading as the Council of American Master Mariners was founded in the New York in 1936. New York Headquarters issued a Chapter Charter to Houston in April 1967, making Houston the first "Chapter." A Chapter Charter was next issued to New York. Ten more chapters have received charters since 1967.

Become a New York Metro Chapter Member

Any member of the National CAMM in good standing, residing, working, or otherwise situated within the huge area of New Jersey to Maine is eligible to join the New York Metro chapter. Members of the national Council not residing or working in the area described and not affiliated with another established chapter of CAMM may be a member of and associate with the PONY/NJ chapter. We offer six classes of membership, with the same requirements of the national CAMM: Regular, Special, Pilot Regular, Pilot Special, Associate, and Honorary.

We also offer Companion membership class for members who are not members of national CAMM. Companion members shall have all the rights and privileges of active membership, with the exception of voting and holding elective office.