The International
190SL Group

Cape Cod Convention
September 19-23, 2021

Nobska Lighthouse, Falmouth

Registration $125 per person
($50 discount for first time spouse)
On-Line Payment  Please register On-line
Registration Form - Please on-line and mail/email to Steve
After-The-Ball Information - General ATB Information
Cape Cod Convention Forum - Individual Questions & Answers

Convention Host Hotel:
Holiday Inn Cape Cod, Falmouth

291 Jones Rd, Falmouth, MA 02540
Phone: Call hotel directly, 9-5 EST
1-508-540-2000 x 0 (front desk)
Register Sep  19-23 under:
190SL Group, CODE-MBG
Registration Link
$126 double occupancy;
excludes breakfast, taxes & gratuity
The Club will sponsor daily breakfast

After The Ball
Hosted by Bill Jones

Thu 9-23  Hampton Inn Westport MA  $139 + tax, 580-675-8500

Fri-Sat 9-24,5  Hilton Garden Preston CT $204 +tax, 860-885-1000


Schedule of Events:

9-5 Check-in at The Holiday Inn Cape Cod, Falmouth
Evening Welcome Reception

190SL Concours
Local Attractions
Group Dinner

Drive to Provincetown
Group Lunch
Local Attractions

Ferry to Martha's Vineyard
Awards Banquet

Thursday: Breakfast, Annual meeting departure


Thursday: MA Maritime Academy,

Friday: Newport RI, Groton CT

Saturday:  Mystic Seaport Museum

Steve & Jane Maiocco
23 Gerloff Road
Falmouth, MA 02540

Phone: 617-285-2098

Come to Cape Cod

Experience Cape Cod like you have never experienced it before.

The convention will be hosted in historic Falmouth.  It was settled by English colonists in 1660 and was named after Falmouth, England. Early businesses were farming, salt works, shipping, and whaling. Falmouth saw brief action in the War of 1812, when the area around Falmouth Heights, on its southern coast, was bombarded by several British ships.

In the late 19th century, cranberries and strawberries were grown and dairies became common. The military arrived during WW2 and remains as Joint Base Cape Cod.

Also located on the south coast of Cape Cod is the research facility at Woods Hole, the Kennedy estate in Hyannisport, and the ferry terminal for Martha's Vineyard.

With pandemic travel restrictions, the detail convention planning is being delayed but you can be assured that this will be a very special convention. All plans are tentative and subject to change.