Tennessee Sailing Clubs
Concord Yacht Club is devoted to the promotion of sailing and sailboat racing. To fulfill this purpose, the club provides facilities, racing equipment, sailing instruction, social events, racing activities, and cruising events. Concord Yacht Club, together with the University of Tennessee sailing club, owns a fleet of eight JY-15 sailboats. The boats are used for training and racing. Club members who wish to access the JY-15 boats are required to pay a user”s fee. (Club Owned JY15”s) The club also owns several Optimist Prams that are used for sailing instruction, several Sunfish, and a keel boat.
The facility is for the enjoyment of members of boating interest. To encourage and observe the rules of safety, courtesy and good seamanship including aiding those in need of help. To provide a First Class Boating Facility.
The highland Yacht Club’s Mission is to promote general interest and participate in the sport of sailing. HYC achieves this objective by sponsoring regattas, offering educational opportunities and fostering fellowship among its members and the sailing community.
Percy Priest Yacht Club (PPYC) is a club of sailing enthusiasts who enjoy spending time together in racing and social events. The main purposes of PPYC are to promote the sport of sailing, enhance boat handling skills and safety on the water, and promote fellowship and association among its members.
Privateer Yacht Club was organized on July 25, 1940, in order to promote sailing in the Chickamauga Lake area and particularly in Chattanooga. Our fleets include FLYING SCOT FLEET 13, CATALINA 22 FLEET 95, KEEL BOAT FLEET, TENN VALLEY CHALLENGE CUP, SNIPE FLEET , CSC JAM FLEET, S2 7.9 FLEET 23, MC SCOW FLEET, CR 914 FLEET (RC MODEL BOATS).