The Sachem’s Head Yacht Club is located on the Connecticut shore of Long Island Sound, in Guilford, Connecticut. The clubhouse near the Thimble Islands, serves an active racing fleet and is a summer base for families and juniors involved in sailing, swimming and tennis. The club was founded in 1896.
Milford Yacht Club maintains the charm of an old fashioned boating club while providing modern amenities such as a full service restaurant, swimming pool and marina. Members and their guests enjoy coming in from a day of yachting, then cooling off in the pool before relaxing on the deck with drinks before dinner. Often the clubhouse is jumping with the excitement of a weekend regatta or grooving to the live music on a Sunday afternoon.
The Guilford Yacht Club, nestled among vast, virgin salt marshes on the bank of the West River in Guilford Connecticut, is Long Island Sound’s premiere yachting facility. To appreciate it fully you must experience it all – spacious floating docks, luxurious swimming pool, showers, Har-Tru tennis courts and a superb club house complete with an exquisite banquet facility for catered events. The Guilford Yacht Club is a full service facility providing yachting, swimming, tennis and various social activities in a […]
Created in 1928 when Connecticut Light and Power (CL&P) flooded a typical rural valley bounded by the towns of Danbury, New Fairfield, Sherman, New Milford and Brookfield, Candlewood Lake is the largest lake in Connecticut. It is 11 miles long, has a shoreline of over 60 miles and is two miles at its widest point. The maximum depth is 85 feet, with an average of 29-30 feet. The name comes from New Milford’s Candlewood Mountain, named after the Candlewood saplings […]
The marina was sold to Bill Neuens, Jim Nicholls, Dave Simmons and Norman Petit who then started to sell Ensigns. Norm, who brought the first Ensign from Lake Minnetonka in 1968, explained, “Most guys who bought a boat from us had no idea how to sail. After we sold a boat, we went out and taught them the basics.” The Sunfish fleet went from 40 members to nothing over night! Half got into Laser sailing and the other half bought […]
The club is owned and run by its Members, membership is currently set at 230. Membership is open to the general public. Most Members live in the surrounding communities of Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks, Agoura Hills and Calabasas. WYC is both a sailing club and a social club, you are not required to live on the lake or own a boat to become a member. The Clubhouse is located at the Landing on the Lake in Westlake Village. WYC promotes, […]
The San Luis Yacht Club is located on the Avila Pier in Avila Beach, which is tucked in the northern bight of San Luis Obispo Bay, on the Central Coast of California. Situated on a South facing beach with the prevailing winds and swell from the Northwest, the San Luis Yacht Club enjoys the greatest weather on the Central Coast. The San Luis Yacht Club was established in 1937 with emphasis on boating activities. moorings: SLYC has one mooring […]
Island Yacht Club was founded in 1970 by a group of sailboat racers who wanted to offer the best possible value in a yacht club. Located in the Alameda Marina on the sunny and calm Oakland / Alameda Estuary, IYC is ideally located for a quick day sail or a warm downwind sail home after a day’s thrashing on San Francisco Bay. IYC is an all volunteer non-profit Yacht Club open to any and all interested in sail or power. […]
The Manning River Sailing Club can be found in William Wynter Drive Taree, Regional NSW, Australia. It is located just off the main road, behind KFC and next to the Rowing Club. Facilities available include: Facilities for Members with Disabilities Abundant rigging area, large launching ramp Cement boat ramp, carpark, and pontoon style wharf Change-rooms Hall upstairs for hire Kitchen facilities upstairs Expansive river view from the balcony, kitchen and Sailing Control Room and A disabled access ramp has […]
Due to unforeseen circumstances ALYC has been forced to suspend its LTS program for 2014. It is our hope that with continued fundraising and increased volunteer commitment we will be able to resume operations in 2015. We thank those that have supported us in the past and regret any inconvenience this late announcement may have caused. Any parent or individual interested in aiding our efforts, please do not hesitate to contact LTS Co-ordinator Lisa Miller
The Royal Kennebeccasis Yacht Club derives its origin from the Saint John Yacht Club which was founded during two meetings of yachting enthusiasts in May of 1894. Frank Whelpley, Albert McArthur, Howard Holder and Fred Heans believed that the sport of sailing could be better encouraged in Saint John through the organized structure of a formally established Club. The Squadron of the new Club consisted of only six yachts. Initial dues were one dollar per year and one dollar for […]
Club membership is open to all active duty and retired United States military personnel and their dependents 10 years of age or older. Active duty and retired personnel of foreign military services, and their dependents 10 years of age or older who are normally entitled to Armed Forces Exchange privileges and DOD employees and MWR eligible patrons are also eligible for regular membership. US Coast Guard and Military Active Reserve and National Guard personnel also are eligible for regular membership. […]
The Fremont Sailing Club is an organization of approximately seventy-five families who have joined together to enjoy small boat sailing and related activities. These include regularly scheduled race events and special regattas at Lake Elizabeth in Fremont’s Central Park (map). There are also less stressful planned outings such as camp-outs and cruises on other waters. Click here to join! Fremont’s Central Park offers families a wide variety of activities for the sailor and non-sailor alike. This makes our home waters […]
EYC has rounded out 2015 atop the waves! I feel I have nearly seen it all these past four years as a flag officer, but as of now I see a shipshape S.S. EYC in bristol fashion, with a bountiful track line left behind and an even richer course ahead; the compass pointing toward our founders vision of the “north star of the bay”. On the horizon I see an eager rising sun on the misty cloud lit sky and […]
EBC Historian and my husband Tony Hagans is the Editor of the Beacon our newsletter and our webmaster. We were sponsored by Commodore Malcolm Eady and accepted as members in 1991. Speaking for both of us, we have always been proud to be a part of this great organization. I hope you will enjoy reading about us and possibly share the good times with us. 1987 – Commodore Bill Melson Ebony Boat Club has a very exciting and interesting beginning. […]
MANILA YACHT CLUB is the Philippines’ debut yacht club, owing its solid notoriety to its rich notable past, energizing present, and promising future Manila Yacht Club remains today as the debut yachting club of the Philippines. Thought to be a social and donning Mecca in Manila, the vast majority of the yachting occasions in Manila are sorted out and began by the yacht club.
This is the home of the Cruising Yacht Club of the Philippines We are situated on the upper east shore of Mindoro Island, Philippines, inside a noteworthy, regular tropical storm cover at around N13° 30.75′ E120° 57.25′ The Puerto Galera Yacht Club invites cruising yachts and extravagance engine yachts from Asia and all around the globe to make the most of our one of a kind accommodation and our emphasis on all things cruising; come tie-up at our hurricane safe […]
Welcome to the Premiere Marina Country Club! Located north west of Manila, the Club is set with Zambales Mountain range on the eastern part and the tranquil Subic Bay that opens to the South China Sea on the west. A perfect paradise with safe harbors and pristine flat waters, A vacation destination with elegant design. An exquisite service and warm hospitality. Experience us, Experience Subic Bay Yacht Club.
We think of ourselves as a “club by sailors for sailors” We take pride in how we are different from all the other Yacht clubs and country clubs in the Philippines. We allow non-members. Our membership criteria center around the sport rather than money. Read this as “you can’t buy your way into this club, you have to earn the right to join”. We allow you to camp and picnic with your own food. We allow boat charters and teach […]
The NPS offers throughout the year a program of regattas and competitions in Marseille attracting a large number of modern yachts and tradition. A purse with the crew is at your disposal, whether you are looking to board or complete your crew.