Sailing Clubs In The USA

Sailing Clubs In The USA

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CYC is located in South Portland , Maine , with frontage and mooring field in Portland Harbor . Founded in 1937 as a sailboat racing club, CYC has evolved into an organization that promotes all aspects of yachting, both sail and power. Its facilities are maintained by club members through the various work parties held during the season. CYC also promotes numerous social events throughout the year, including club cruises, local sailing regattas and weekly sailboat races in Casco Bay .

Address: P.O. Box 845, Boothbay Harbor, ME
04538
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The Beginning of June 1966, a group of yachtsmen at the Boatel Marina dock (now the Tugboat) was laughing, telling jokes and having a great time. A brainstorm : why not start a ‘FUN CLUB’ for boaters? A room was offered by the Boatel and the club, with 13 members, was initiated. 40 years later, the Club burgee can be seen along the East and West coasts with members enjoying the ‘FUN CLUB’ and its activities year around.

Address: Dixon Wharf Road, PO Box 82, South Freeport, Maine
04078
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The Harraseeket Yacht Club hosts a variety of racing events each season. While competitive, the goal of racing at HYC is to foster sportsmanship, friendship and seamanship. Active club membership is limited to 250 persons, primarily because of the limited size of the facilities.

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Address: PO Box 368, 44 KYC Lane, Blue Hill, Maine
04614-0368
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The history of KYC dates back to the early 1920s and is fascinating reading (so is the club newsletter, The Waterline!). This has always been a seasonal yacht club dedicated to sailing instruction for young people, racing among one design boats, and general recreational sailing, cruising and power boating. We are fortunate to be located in one of the most scenic and welcoming harbors on the coast of Maine. Visitors are welcome we have gasoline, diesel and ice available at the club dock and moorings available for visiting yachts.

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Majuro and the Marshall Islands is the perfect place to sit out the cyclone season as we have lots of fun and activities each season. Mieco Beach Yacht Club (MBYC), on the beautiful tropical Lagoon of Majuro Atoll, offers pristine diving, snorkeling, swimming, kayaking, fishing, skiing, sailing, and power boating all within palm tree lined sandy beaches with lapping warm crystal clear ocean water. The Club was founded in late 2003 by a group of cruisers and a resort manager for two main reasons: To give the cruisers something to do when they are in port and not visiting the outer atolls, and to attract yachts to Republic of Marshall Islands (RMI) for sponsored racing.

Address: 2 Compromise St, Annapolis, MD
21401
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The Annapolis Yacht Club Foundation (AYCF) was established by the Annapolis Yacht Club to provide an opportunity for its members to act collectively to foster local excellence in national and international amateur sailing competition, contribute to maritime-related charitable and educational organizations in the Mid-Chesapeake Bay region, and support charitable and educational activities undertaken by the Club. The Cruising Fleet is comprised of AYC members with roughly 1/3 sailing vessels and 2/3 power, all of whom enjoy cruising the Chesapeake and, occasionally, distant waters. Other than membership in AYC, there are no requirements to join the Cruising Fleet.

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Bodkin Yacht Club, Inc. is a first class boating organization, maintained by its members. Bodkin Yacht Club is owned and maintained by its membership as a Maryland non-profit corporation. Its volunteer officers manage the club. Our Commodore is the presiding officer and represents the club at yacht club functions around the Chesapeake Bay.

Our Vice Commodore is in charge of the clubhouse grounds and several important club events, including our Opening Weekend event in June of each year. The Rear Commodore operates the internal clubhouse operations, including the bar and kitchen. Our Fleet Captain arranges all of our many cruises in season, as well as managing the 60 plus boat slips that are available to our regular membership.

We have recently completed an entire renovation of our club house and basin, with its serene hilltop views nestled deep in the quiet Bodkin Creek, Bodkin Yacht Club is the perfect place for a weekend visit or extended stay. Bodkin Yacht Club is owned and maintained by its membership, therefore there is great pride taken in the clubs appearance and maintenance. At the base of our hill you will find our first class yacht basin, boasting more than 60 slips, with new docks, electric, and plumbing. We have an access road the circles the base of the hill allowing members and visitors to conveniently load and unload in close proximity to our docks.

Address: 4943 Hine Drive, Shady Side, MD
20764-9636
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Chesapeake Yacht Club (CYC) was established and is maintained to provide pleasure and recreational activities to its family oriented boating community. The Club is located at the confluence of the West River and South Creek in Shady Side Maryland, approximately 30 minutes from the ‘DC Beltway’ and historic Annapolis.

Address: PO Box 3205 317 First StreetAnnapolis, MD
21403
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Not your traditional blue blazer club, EYC is built on activity, on the water and ashore. Our members are involved in a diverse range of boating activities, supported by social events and strong camaraderie. Known for our million-dollar view of the Severn River and Annapolis, EYC also is recognized in the Chesapeake Bay region and beyond as a club capable of managing major championship regattas, Friday night Beer Can races, and everything in between, as well as providing great social networking for cruising, parties, and charity events.

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We are a long standing ”do it yourselfers” Chesapeake Bay yacht club with property and facilities located on the eastern shore of the Northeast river south of North East Md. Members maintain our grounds, facilities, docks, moorings and launch related equipment. We enjoy camaraderie through participation in our work crew activities as well as traditional club cruises, trips and social activities such as bakes, roasts, dinner dances, regular organized sail racing etc.