Massachusetts Sailing Clubs

Massachusetts Sailing Clubs

Address: 99 Water St, Marion, MA
02738
Description:

Beverly Yacht Club is located on picturesque Sippican Harbor in the small town of Marion, a town that captures the essence and heart of New England. Our Clubhouse, Porch, and Grounds are available for weddings, showers, birthdays, anniversaries, business meetings, memorials, etc.

The club season runs from late May to early October with limited rental availability, and the Clubhouse-only available for rental from mid October to early May. Rentals must be sponsored by an active BYC member in good standing. Fleets: PHRF Fleet Bullseye J/24 Shields J/105 J/109 H12 The Beverly Yacht Club sailing instructions describe: The method for starting races The method for signaling courses The chart showing the location of the racing marks

Address: 45 Shawsheen Rd, #21, Bedford, MA
01730
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Founded in 1959 by a group of ardent sailors, the club dedicates itself to safe cruising, racing, boating education, and good fellowship among sailors. We are a family organization with members from Maine to the Chesapeake. The club, which is run entirely by members, is an affordable way to belong to a recognized yachting organization. Our wide range of activities appeal to new boat owners as well as to more experienced sailors and serious offshore racers.

The club has no clubhouse, docks, tennis courts, swimming pools or restaurants, but offers its membership a wide array of cruising, racing, informational and social events year round. Currently, our membership includes more than 200 boats from Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maine, New York, Connecticut, and the Chesapeake Bay. If you enjoy sailing, want to learn more about it, desire to expand your cruising and/or racing horizons, would gain confidence by sailing in the company of others, and would like to meet friendly people who share your interest in sailing, perhaps you should consider the Blue Water Sailing Club.

Address: 1 Front Street Marblehead, MA,
01945
Description:

The BYC has a tradition of creating and supporting some of the finest sailing events found anywhere on the East Coast of North America. From the prestigious Marblehead-to-Halifax Ocean Race (co-hosted with our good friends at the Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron) to our very popular and long-running Wednesday Evening Races to our recent forays into invitational team (Jackson Cup) and match (Marblehead Cup) racing.

The BYC is also the organization from which The U. S. Power Squadron was founded. The club has a long history with power boating for recreation and safety. We also provide a welcome mat on “the town side” of Marblehead Harbor for visiting yachtsmen cruising into Marblehead from points near and far.

Address: 47 Foster Street Marblehead, MA
01945
Description:

Eastern Yacht Club is a historic club overlooking Marblehead’s breathtaking harbor, organized to promote yachting and serve the varied interests of its membership.

The Adult Sailing program offers racing, cruising, and learn-to-sail opportunities for EYC members. In addition to group lessons, clinics, racing series and charters, members can take private sailing and coaching lessons from our professional sailing staff. Typical offerings include Adult Learn to Sail Lessons, Opti III Parent Workshop, Private Sailing/Coaching Lessons, Laser Clinic, Laser Tuesday Evening Racing, Sonar Charter Program, Harbor Challenge Interclub Team Racing Series, and One Design Coaching Sessions

Address: 1 Dock St | PO Box 1309, Edgartown, MA
02539
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ESTABLISHED IN 1905,The mission of the Edgartown Yacht Club is to bring together those who have an abiding interest in yachting, sailboat racing, seamanship, and competition in the highest Corinthian spirit. The Edgartown Yacht Club has played a leading role in perpetuating the maritime tradition of Martha’s Vineyard and Edgartown.