Del Rey Yacht Club

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Ed G.

“ If you have children the pool and junior sailing program are the best on the west coast. ” in 2 reviews

Rich F.

“ Not just the Marina del Rey facility is wonderful, but there is also another great facility in Cat Harbor, Catalina Island . ” in 3 reviews

John G.

“ From Max, Lisa and Archie at the front to Kyle, Allen, Danny, Javier and Al taking care of your food and drink needs it never disappoints. ” in 3 reviews

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I love the new menu especially the muscles, the seafood, mac & cheese, and the draft

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A wonderful club, particularly for older people, in so many ways. Assistant manager Archie, servers including but not limited to Allen, Kyle and Danny, accountant Jerilynn are all wonderful. Why not 5-star? The MANAGER can be brutally insensitive and money-mongering...in the face of a loved one's death, or other trauma, entirely inflexible (regarding any temporary payment adjustment) and emotionally tone deaf. Enjoy. But beware this management style. I don't know how or why they keep her. I guess she brings in money.

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I love my club, the other reviews are correct in that our staff is amazing and accommodating. You always feel the special treatment of a private club vs. a public restaurant/bar. They rarely can't accommodate a special request and do it with a smile. From Max, Lisa and Archie at the front to Kyle, Allen, Danny, Javier and Al taking care of your food and drink needs it never disappoints. Most Fridays I find myself wanting to test Allen's Tiki drink of the week and recently fell in love with the Japanese slipper (delicious refreshing Midori drink . Love the new dinning room menu and it's true we have the best fillet of Sole I have had. Activities for all kinds, movie nights, game nights, dancing with live bands, family cruises, races and dock parties. Do your self a favor and come and enjoy DRYC.

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Incredible food and service! Javier is so welcoming and helpful. I'm too young for alcohol but I heard Alan makes the best Mai Tais ever! I would recommend the filet of sole. The server hailey is very sweet as well and I was so grateful to have her take my order. Join the yacht club! Such a good decision, this is the one.

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Wonderful Sunday Buffet!! Lots of choices ! Very clean ! Great taste! Great Service !!! Valet parking if you want!

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Been a happy member since 1995. Best Club around bar none. Clubhouse, docks and grounds provide a wonderful space and the friendly members complete the DRYC experience. No boat? No problem! Come for a visit and check it out.

I joined Del Rey Yacht Club over 20 years ago and it was the best decision I could have made. Now I am retired and get to enjoy the Club even more. I keep my boat at its wonderful docks in the Marina and also get to enjoy the Catalina Harbor facility at Catalina Island. You could not ask for more.

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Great private yacht club with amenities such as pool, bar, restaurant, etc. that outshines all its competitions in Marina Del Rey.

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Del Rey Yacht Club is the premier yacht club in Marina del Rey. The club is steep in tradition, with many 2nd and 3rd generation members making Del Rey Yacht Club the focal point of their family's activities. There is something for everyone, from sailing to angling to the various social events. The calendar is constantly providing new and exciting things to do. Del Rey Yacht Club has a great dining room and vibrant bar with delicious food and drink to tempt everyone. The club's clubhouse facility is second to none. The club has a large parking lot complete with boat hoist to make launching small craft easy. The club's facility on Catalina Island makes the several cruises there great fun. I've enjoyed Del Rey Yacht Club for many years. I'm sure you would enjoy it as well!

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We enjoy the bar and casual food scene here. The club has a great view of the marina and many beautiful boats. Danny is the best. Alan and Al are wonderful too.

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Danny, Al, and Allen are some of the best people I have ever met. We've been members here for years and we come here now in large part just to catch up with them. They greet us with a smile and a generous pour. In this big city it's really nice to have a place where everybody knows your name. Highly recommend membership here, and even more highly recommend that you come by when Danny is working the bar!

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Del Rey considers itself to be the premiere member-owned yacht club in Marina del Rey. It’s in a luxuriously appointed, mid-1960's facility with elegant décor. The club has more than three hundred slips, offered at below market rates to its more than 400 members.

“Unlike California Yacht Club, which is a for-profit facility, the members here are the owners,” member Barry Chass said. “With the exception of the maintenance staff and a few employees, all of the work here is done by volunteers who are members."

“We’re split 50-50 between power boaters and sailors. We’ve got members in boats all over the world who frequently check in with us on single sideband ham radios. We also have between one and two dozen live-aboards here at the club,” Chass said.

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There are sweeping vistas of the marina from the club’s grand dining room, bars and lounges all of which can be booked by members for private parties. The club offers an Olympic-sized, solar-heated swimming pool with a patio and outdoor snack bar.

Del Rey has activities for fisherman and power boaters, and hosts several sailing regattas each year.

“Every other year, we sponsor a big race to Puerto Vallarta,“ Chass said.

The volunteer spirit extends among the members.

“We have a lot of very experienced sailors who are willing to share their experience and expertise, so it’s educational for the want-to-bes. The people with a lot of experience get to fill out their crews,” said member Bob Godfrey.

Del Rey also hosts a highly regarded summer youth sailing program.

“Each kid gets his own boat which he gets to name. They learn how to sail. They learn how to race,” Chass said. “They don’t have to be children of the members. They can be locals. You do not have to be a member of the club to enroll your child. We hold fundraisers and offer scholarships for kids who can’t afford the program.”

I can personally vouch for the school's activity. Several times, the students whipped their Sabots up and around the stern of my Cal 25 that was moored right across the basin from the club.

As the skipper of a Catalina 270, Chass is very proud of the youth sailing program.

“With some of the better kids, we’ll send them to Australia and Europe to compete,” he said.

The club is also actively involved in getting special needs and under privileged kids on the water to fish.

For those who enjoy Catalina Island, the club leases a facility at Cat Harbor with barbecues, restrooms, hot showers, ice, a full galley and seating for 250 and shade. Chass againg draws a contrast here with California Yacht Club, which just walked away from its lease.

“It cost us significantly more, but we’re locked in for five more years,” he said.

If you’re interested in joining, the buy-in is akin to joining a country club.

“The initiation fee is $5,000, but if you decide to leave someday, we can sell that membership for you. You’ll get $3,000 back,” said Fred Rapp, another member.

“I have been a member of three or four yacht clubs. This is the best I’ve been in. It has the right people. They have the right attitude. Here over the years, I’ve met people who have become lifelong friends,” Sterling Tallman said.

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How Much Do Yacht Club Memberships Cost? (5 Helpful Examples)

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Joining a yacht club is an important milestone in your life. It marks a certain degree of success and allows you to enjoy plenty of luxurious amenities. Setting sail on a yacht is the ultimate way to unwind from a hectic work week while you try to climb the corporate ladder.

Fortunately, there are yacht clubs all over the country that would love to welcome you as a brand-new member. You can enjoy an afternoon on the water with a beautiful yacht in exchange for a small sum of money.

But how much do Yacht Club memberships generally cost?

Prices for Yacht Clubs will vary based on your location, the fleet, and even the amenities that are offered at the marina. The average annual membership price is between $900-$4,000 depending on your level of luxury and needs.

To give you an idea of what you could expect to pay for your yacht club membership, here are some numbers gathered from across the country:

Yacht Club Annual Dues
Charleston Yacht Club $900
Florida Yacht Club $3,288
Atlanta Yacht Club $900
Chicago Yacht Club $3,690
California Yacht Club $3,144

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What Does Each Yacht Club Offer?

Each yacht club is going to offer something that sets it apart from the others on this listing. To give you a better idea of where your money is going, here is a brief synopsis of what you can expect at each location.

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Charleston Yacht Club

Charleston is a premier cruising destination with plenty of waterways for you to explore. They offer a launch hoist, dry slips, day dockage, free parking, and a long list of events scheduled throughout the year.

You also gain privileges at other yacht clubs around the world. If you don’t own your own yacht, they have plenty of members who often have room on their boats to accommodate a few extra passengers.

Florida Yacht Club

The Florida Yacht Club is a relatively exclusive club that features amazing amenities like fine dining and an array of aquatic activities.

You can play tennis, enjoy a spa treatment or massage, or get in a rousing game of croquet from the shore. They also host events and permit you to extend your privileges to other locations scattered around the Florida coast.

Atlanta Yacht Club

The Atlanta Yacht Club is primarily geared toward sailors who are interested in racing. They have a fleet of more than thirty different boats that are designed to help you further your knowledge of sailing.

If you still have a lot to learn, you can even take classes at this location. Prospective members must be sponsored and co-sponsored by two club members for entrance.

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Chicago Yacht Club

Members of the Chicago Yacht Club will find plenty of opportunities to get involved. With more than forty different committees, you can find a circle of friends that have common interests beyond just sailing and racing.

You also receive transient docking at both the Belmont and Monroe harbors, exclusive invites to private events, and reciprocity at more than 900 clubs across the country.

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California Yacht Club

The California Yacht Club is home to both national and world championship regattas.

They host plenty of events from scuba club to book club to wine tastings. If you want to find a true community of like-minded sailors, this could be the place for you.

One of the best features is the reciprocity at locations not just across the United States but across the world. You can feel free to travel the world with your yacht and experience some of the same fellowship globally.

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What are the Cheapest Yacht Clubs?

The cheapest yacht clubs charge just under $1,000 per year for membership. While this does give you access to different types of experiences, you may be disappointed by the overall amenities.

Some yacht clubs are known for their extravagant country club styles that help you to embrace a particular lifestyle. They include Olympic-sized swimming pools, state-of-the-art tennis courts, and fine dining.

Everything has a beautiful waterfront view. It can feel like you are in the middle of an idyllic paradise without ever even having to leave the shore. If this is what you can gain from the most expensive yacht clubs, you should set your expectations much lower for the cheaper yacht clubs.

The cheaper yacht clubs lack the community aspect of these exclusive options. They feature dry slips and the occasional party, but not much more.

Some of them may have the feel of a county park with some picnic benches, outdoor grills, and a moderately sized swimming pool. Expect a much more casual atmosphere when you choose to go with a cheaper yacht club.

It is even possible that they are simply “paper yacht clubs” that do not even maintain a physical building of their own.

How Much Do the Most Expensive Yacht Clubs Cost to Join?

The most expensive yacht clubs can vary a great deal in price. Most of them will cost between $3,000 and $4,000 per year. However, you can certainly find more exclusive clubs that will cost above and beyond this.

Keep in mind that these more expensive clubs generally are not open to the public. They are offered by invitation only and you must have a member sponsor you to be considered for entrance.

When you are paying for a more expensive yacht club, you should make sure that you are really going to get your money’s worth. These expensive clubs promote a certain type of elegant lifestyle.

Make sure that you are planning to take advantage of all the amenities available from one of these clubs before you sink too much money into the membership fees. The social aspect of these expensive yacht clubs is extremely important.

If you plan to simply rent a boat from time to time, you might be able to go with a cheaper yacht club.

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What Is Generally Included in the Membership Fee for Yacht Clubs?

Have you been wondering why you should join a yacht club? Many potential members want to know what they can expect from their membership fees before they commit to a year-long contract. There are many advantages to signing up for a membership with a well-known yacht club.

Amenities and Activities

First and foremost, you get access to activities and cruises planned by board members. These might be various sailing activities, dinners, get-togethers, tennis matches, or other events that take up a lazy Sunday afternoon.

You also gain access to any amenities that surround the yacht club’s marina. For many programs, this means a fitness center, pool, and tennis courts. Several locations also offer fine dining, meeting rooms, and more.

It is like a private oasis where you can get away from the hustle and bustle of the regular world. Time moves slowly when you’re enjoying the amenities here.

Many yacht clubs have programs that introduce children (and adults!) to sailing. Take classes to learn more about improving your technique, sailing safety, and other important aspects of life on the open water.

Access to the Fleet

The main reason why most people join yacht clubs is to be able to rent out boats instead of purchasing their own. Joining a yacht club may give you access to an entire fleet of yachts that can be reserved for a day or weeks at a time. Some yacht clubs allow you to rent boats for up to ten days at a time.

Others do not allow you to rent out ships. They are primarily geared toward individuals who already own a yacht or will own a yacht in the future. Make sure you know the difference in advance.

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Are There any Additional Costs Besides the Membership Fees?

Unfortunately, the membership fees are not the only cost associated with joining a yacht club. Most of the clubs in the United States also have a one-time initial fee that tends to cost thousands of dollars. Many will range from $1,500 to $5,000 depending on the location and the exclusivity of the yacht club.

This one-time fee should be the only additional money you pay except for fuel. Most yacht clubs do not cover the cost of the fuel used in the ship during your rental if renting is an option. Be prepared for what this could cost you.

If you cause damage to the ship, you can also expect some out-of-pocket costs. Insurance should cover the damage, but you will likely be asked to cover the cost of the deductible.

Be sure to inquire about how much you may be on the hook for before you sign up for any particular yacht club. Accidents can happen, even to the most experienced sailors. Make sure that you can afford the mishap in advance.

Is a Yacht Club Membership Right for You?

Understanding what the real cost of a yacht club membership is can be the first step toward determining if this is right for you. Many people love the luxuries available through the more expensive yacht clubs, but they may not be able to afford it. Consider what is most important in a club to you before deciding to sign on the dotted line for an annual membership.

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What’s the first thing that comes to mind when someone mentions yacht clubs?

Do you think about the America’s Cup or about Dr. I. M. Rich sipping Dom Perignon and eating caviar while playing in the water with his million-dollar toy?

Do you think about the Congressional Cup and other regattas or about some millionaire drifting along in I Have More Money Than You, a mile-long boat with more luxuries than some Caribbean nations?

The stereotype of yachting as a rich man’s sport exists, although yachtsmen say it is, in many cases, unwarranted.

Despite their protests, however, yachting continues to be perceived as the stuffy sport of the pretentious--so much so, in fact, that the United States Yachting Assn., yachting’s governing body, has been trying to change its name to the U.S. Sailing Assn. in an effort to escape the perception and attract more members.

In reality, however, yacht clubs, as do the members and their boats, come in all shapes and sizes--although there isn’t quite as much variety in the sport’s color, lily-white.

Yes, there are ritzy, ostentatious clubs but there are also modest, uncomplicated ones. In fact, of the 73 yacht clubs in Southern California, you can find one that is ideally suited for Thurston B. Howell III and then, just across the marina, another that is perfect for Gilligan.

There is, for example, the Newport Harbor Yacht Club, which keeps its membership fees confidential, reasoning that if you have to ask, you can’t afford it. And then there is the South Bay Yacht Racing Club, which charges only $35 annually and gives members a $10 discount if they work actively in the club.

There is the Catalina Island Yacht Club--with its $6,000 initiation fee, $600 annual fee and a five-year waiting list--which refuses to share its popular facility in Avalon with other clubs. And then there is the Belmont Shore Sailing Assn.--$15 initiation fee, $20 annual fee, no waiting list--which doesn’t even have a facility to share.

There is the Long Beach Yacht Club, which has a state-of-the-art facility, complete with a spacious room for wedding receptions and a ballroom in which live orchestras entertain every weekend. And then there is the Los Angeles Yacht Club, which has little more than 40 blue plastic chairs for meetings and which is sandwiched between a federal prison and a tuna cannery that gives off a pungent odor.

There are big clubs such as the California Yacht Club with its 1,225 members, and small ones such as the Buccaneer Yacht Club with its 70. There are formal clubs such as the San Diego Yacht Club, which requires two sponsors and six references, and informal ones such as the Pierpont Bay Yacht Club, which has a rule against neckties.

There are specialty clubs such as the Cerritos Bahia Yacht Club, consisting of all powerboaters, and diverse ones such as the Chula Vista Yacht Club, which is 43% powerboaters, 29% percent sailboaters and 28% non-boat owners.

“The average yacht club member is offended by the stereotype,” said Paul Frazier, who next year will become the Long Beach club’s commodore, or highest ranking officer. “There are all sorts of clubs, ranging from full-service clubs with fancy restaurants to so-called paper clubs, which own little more than a post-office box.”

For the most part, paper clubs are designed for those of average income. They usually have modest fees and, although they do not have facilities, they often use those of the bigger clubs through reciprocal privileges offered by clubs in the Southern California Yachting Assn. There are 17 paper clubs in the 73-member SCYA, 14 of which have fewer than 100 members.

“I started in yachting in an eight-foot boat,” said Harold Romberg, commodore of the 43-member Marina Yacht Club of Long Beach. “I moved up to a 14-foot boat and thought it was a huge boat. I was king of the sea. This is about fun, not money.”

Ironically, however, the most popular clubs are also the more expensive ones.

For example, although it is unusual for a club with an initiation fee of less than $1,500 to have a waiting list at all, the 1,100-member San Diego Yacht Club, which has an initiation fee of up to $10,000, has a four-year wait just to get an application. And there usually is another year’s wait after that. Likewise, the 500-member Del Rey Yacht Club, which also has an initiation fee of $10,000, has a waiting list of more than three years.

“We don’t need any more members,” said Joan Semper, manager of the Del Rey Yacht Club. “We don’t need John Q. Public standing at the door, wanting to mingle with some of our wealthy and famous guests.”

About that stereotype . . .

“There is a lot of arrogance in this sport,” said Vic Pollard, commodore of the Westlake Yacht Club in Marina del Rey. “There is a snobbiness, and it is even stronger in some of the bigger clubs that get an elitist attitude because of their wealth and possessions.”

Perhaps that atmosphere explains why yacht clubs have so few black members. David Poe, editor of a monthly Southern California sailing magazine, estimates that there are “less than a dozen blacks” who belong to area yacht clubs, a surprisingly low number considering that there are more than 20,000 SCYA members overall.

There are other minorities heavily represented--Asians, for example--but blacks are almost entirely absent. In fact, many commodores say that Poe’s less-than-a-dozen estimate might even be a little high.

The common explanation is that blacks simply don’t apply, but Larry Ambrose, commodore of the Belmont Shore Sailing Assn., offers another. “Blacks have not gotten into this sport, and I would say it’s because they are not warmly received,” Ambrose said.

Although his 94-member club doesn’t have any black members, Ambrose said it’s because they haven’t applied, and that they would be welcome if they did.

Said Willis Edwards, president of the Beverly Hills-Hollywood branch of the National Assn. for the Advancement of Colored People: “It is a silent, unspoken code, not blatant racism. In order to get into a club, you have to be invited into it. You have to know people. Will a white person sponsor a black person?”

Nathan Johnson, a pharmacist, and his wife, Dorothy, are the only black members in the 1,225-member California Yacht Club. Their 21-year-old son, Eric, is also applying for membership and the Johnsons say they have never encountered any instances of racism.

But Dorothy does offer an explanation as to why there are so few black members.

“Perhaps black people are going on past information and rumors concerning rejection of minorities in those places,” she said. “But we have been very well accepted.”

Some other Yacht club members agreed with Ambrose, saying that that blacks simply don’t apply for membership and that they would be welcome if they did. Other explanations for the lack of blacks include that yachting is too expensive and that inner-city black children haven’t been brought up on yachting.

There have been, however, other kinds of blatant discrimination in yachting. Less than a year ago, for example, women weren’t allowed in the bar area of the St. Francis Yacht Club in San Francisco, one of the most prestigious clubs in the United States. And even today, women aren’t allowed in the bar at the New York Yacht Club, perhaps the nation’s most prestigious club.

Here in the Southland, in nearly any yacht club, prominently displayed are pictures of white male commodores, past and present, lined up on the wall, usually right next to the shrine-like glass cases where the racing trophies are kept.

The California Yacht Club is an exception. There hangs a picture of Betta Mortarotti, who this year became the first female commodore of a major yacht club.

“Stepping into a man’s world is quite a big step,” she said. “For many years this was a sport for rich males, but that has changed in the last 10 years.”

Mortarotti is at least half right. Yacht clubs are still dominated by males, but they are no longer necessarily dominated by rich males. Although there are many yachtsmen like Roy Disney, owner of a 50-foot and a 70-foot boat, there are also many like Matthew Portz, owner of no boat.

Portz said he used to own a boat but can’t afford one now, so he simply continues to spend his free time at the Long Beach Yacht Club soaking in the sun and the atmosphere, just as he used to do when he had a boat.

Portz, a retired aerospace worker, may be something of an extreme case, but so, too, are the members with million-dollar boats.

The average yacht club member, according to the SCYA, owns a boat 24 feet or shorter, although there are boats as small as eight feet and as large as 120. The SCYA estimates that the average yacht club member has owned his boat for more than five years and that it is worth less than $8,000. Also, the average cost to join a non-paper club is $1,913 for initiation fees and $76 a month.

It costs about $5,000 for a good, used sailboat in the 20- to 30-foot range. Powerboats of the same size can cost up to twice as much, but sailboat owners make up more than 65% of Southern California yacht club members.

More than the club or boat costs, however, it is the upkeep that usually drowns the modest-income members in expenses. Rent for an aquatic parking space, known as a slip, costs about $8 monthly per foot of boat, so a 25-foot sailboatcosts about $200 a month to park. “Slip costs are what is sort of pushing the little guy out,” said Frazier, the Long Beach commodore-to-be. “Slip rates have been going up much faster than inflation rates, more at the rate of medical insurance.”

Slips, in fact, have become so expensive that many people try to get the most out of them by doing what is known as slip sailing--that is, using the boat to get some sun, or simply to get out of the house, without ever leaving the slip.

Other people, as did 16 members of the California Yacht Club, simply sell their houses and live on their boats year-round.

“We raised five children and always lived in spacious houses with swimming pools,” said Bunny Rippel, who lives with her husband, Bob, in a cramped 41-foot powerboat. “We gave the kids everything and moved into the boat, and we’ve loved it.

“It’s a marvelous way of life, to be surrounded by neighbors who are, so to speak, in the same boat. And, hell, we look at our beautiful back yard and don’t even have to cut the lawn anymore.”

There are other ways for rank-and-file yacht club members to cut the costs. Many yachtsmen cut corners by simply storing their boats on trailers at home, avoiding slip expenses. They then have to pay only launching fees. And many families purchase boats together, sharing it and the expenses.

“That yachting is a rich man’s sport is a big misconception,” said Robert Mole, a 12-year member of the Los Angeles Yacht Club. “I’m a retired naval officer and retired naval officers don’t make a lot of money.”

Mole was saying this in the club’s rickety main building, which used to be blue and white before the paint started chipping. The club has been operating since 1903, making it one of the oldest in the area, and it’s obvious from the surroundings that it hasn’t changed much over the years.

There are no Jacuzzis here, no tennis courts, no ballrooms, no dining facilities. The floors are wood. The boats aren’t even in slips but rather anchored in the middle of Fish Harbor, making for a view that belongs on a postcard. If this were a movie, it would be in black and white.

“It’s simple here,” Mole said. “Sailing itself is an old way of propulsion, so it represents the past and that makes it comfortable. This is one of the few clubs where grandfather, father and grandchildren have been members.”

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The largest man-made small craft harbor in North America (and at one time, the world), Marina del Rey has over 4,600 boat slips in 22 anchorages. Los Angeles County Department of Beaches Harbors oversees all anchorages in the Marina. Individual marinas are managed by a number of public and private organizations, including yacht clubs, hotels, and apartment management groups. A designated dockmaster is in charge of leasing slips in each marina. Download the anchorage map to see a listing of the wet slip anchorages in our community.

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For slip vacancy information, contact the dockmaster at each marina. For other information, contact the Los Angeles County Department of Beaches & Harbors, which has overall management and operational responsibility for Marina del Rey, at 424-526-7777. For local regulations on boating, harbor, and live-aboard issues, contact the Harbor Master at the L.A. County Sheriff Department, 13851 Fiji Way, Marina del Rey, at 310-482-6000 or click here to visit their website.  

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For slip vacancy information, contact the dockmaster at each marina. For other information, contact the Los Angeles County Department of Beaches & Harbors, which has overall management and operational responsibility for Marina del Rey, at 424-526-7777. For local regulations on boating, harbor, and live-aboard issues, contact the Harbor Master at the L.A. County Sheriff Department, 13851 Fiji Way, Marina del Rey, at 310-482-6000. Visit Website

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Challenged Sailors San Diego (CSSD)

Challenged Sailors San Diego (CSSD)

Challenged Sailors San Diego (CSSD) challengedsailors.org  Email Address: [email protected] Mailing Address: P.O. Box 6994 San Diego, CA 92166 (760) 690-6594 Sailing Address: 955 Harbor Island Drive San Diego, CA 92101 Total: Facilities:   Junior program:...

Canyon Lake Yacht Club (CLYC)

Canyon Lake Yacht Club (CLYC)

Total: 400 members.Set on a beautiful private lake in a gated community.Contact [email protected] to gain entry and enjoy our CLYC hospitality. Canyon Lake Yacht Club (CLYC)clycca.org23066-20 Canyon Lake Drive S.Canyon Lake, CA 92587(951) 970-8089

California Yacht Club (CYC)

California Yacht Club (CYC)

California Yacht Club (CYC) calyachtclub.com 4469 Admiralty Way Marina del Rey, CA 90292 (310) 823-4567 Fax:(310) 822-3658 Total: 950 members – 65% sail, 35% power. Facilities: CYC boasts nearly 300 slips from 25’ to 120’, two separate outdoor restrooms, 2 hoists and...

Lake Gregory Yacht Club (LGYC)

Lake Gregory Yacht Club (LGYC)

Lake Gregory Yacht Club (LGYC) lakegregoryyachtclub.com Mailing Address: PO Box 231 Crestline, CA 92325 Club House: TBD LAKE GREGORY YACHT CLUB (LGYC) is a social and community service organization whose members enjoy a variety of club events and volunteer...

Lake Mission Viejo Yacht Club (LMVYC)

Lake Mission Viejo Yacht Club (LMVYC)

Lake Mission Viejo Yacht Club (LMVYC) lmvyc.org 22555 Olympiad Road Mission Viejo, CA 92692 (949) 770-1313 ext.308 Total: 87 members Facilities: Lake Mission Viejo Association. Lakeside Clubroom, picnic area, boat docks, launch ramp and dry storage. Membership: LMVA...

Westlake Yacht Club (WYC)

Westlake Yacht Club (WYC)

Westlake Yacht Club (WYC) westlakeyc.org 32123 W. Lindero Canyon Road Westlake Village, California 91361 (818) 889-4820 Total: 230 members. 5% sail, 45% power & 50% non-boat owners. Facilities: Friday night social between 1800- 2100 hours. Lake is restricted to...

King Harbor Yacht Club (KHYC)

King Harbor Yacht Club (KHYC)

King Harbor Yacht Club (KHYC) khyc.org 280 Yacht Club Way Redondo Beach, CA 90277 (310) 376-2459 (FAX) 310-374-5848       email: [email protected] Founded in 1949 and joined SCYA in 1950 Total: 490 members – 40% power, 60% sail. Facilities: Club is open 7 days a week....

Club Náutico Baja A.C. (CNB)

Club Náutico Baja A.C. (CNB)

Club Náutico Baja A.C. (CNB) http://www.clubnauticobaja.MX/ Ensenada B.C. Mexico (646) 173-4500 The club is a civil association established in 1999. The club is based in Ensenada Mexico and has an active social, educational and racing program. It holds regular...

Women’s Sailing Association Santa Monica Bay (WSA-SMB)

Women’s Sailing Association Santa Monica Bay (WSA-SMB)

Women’s Sailing Association Santa Monica Bay (WSA-SMB) wsasmb.org P.O. Box 10034, Marina del Rey, CA 90295 Membership: Membership is open to persons age 18 and over. Yearly membership dues are $120 per person. Discount available for first-time members. The membership...

Women’s Sailing Association Orange County (WSA-OC)

Women’s Sailing Association Orange County (WSA-OC)

Women’s Sailing Association Orange County (WSA-OC) wsaoc.org PO Box 937 Dana Point, CA 92629 Membership: Membership is open to men and women sailors of all stripes including racers, cruisers, day-sailors, and novices who support the advancement of women in sailing....

West Coast Yacht Club (WCYC)

West Coast Yacht Club (WCYC)

West Coast Yacht Club (WCYC) westcoastyachtclub.com PO Box 309 Dana Point, CA 92629 Total: 50 Members Facilities: None Membership: Annual fee of $200. Must attend 2 events, one being a cruise. Must own a Boat. Comments: Established in 1931, we have members from San...

Ventura Yacht Club (VYC)

Ventura Yacht Club (VYC)

Ventura Yacht Club (VYC) venturayachtclub.org 1755 Spinnaker Drive Ventura, CA 93001 (805) 642-0426 Total: 250 members – 25% power, 75% sail. Facilities: Large guest dock with reciprocal privileges (call for reservation) 86 slips for members, dry berths, 4500 lb....

Ventura Sailing Club (VSC)

Ventura Sailing Club (VSC)

Ventura Sailing Club (VSC) venturasailingclub.org 4500 Antigua Way Oxnard, CA 93035 (805) 984-7999 Membership: 50 members including active beachcat, multihull and monohull sailors. We welcome new members interested in cruising and racing events, as well as those...

Transpacific Yacht Club (TPYC)

Transpacific Yacht Club (TPYC)

Transpacific Yacht Club (TPYC) transpacrace.com PO Box 1943 Walnut, CA 91788 (626)391-1955

Southwestern Yacht Club (SWYC)

Southwestern Yacht Club (SWYC)

Southwestern Yacht Club (SWYC) southwesternyc.org 2702 Qualtrough St. San Diego, CA 92106 (619) 222-0438 Facilities: Bar service daily 1130 – 2100. Food service Mon-Thu 11300-1430 & 1700- 2000; Fri 1130 – 2100; Sat-Sun 0830 – 2100. 385 member slips. Dry storage...

South Shore Yacht Club (SSYC)

South Shore Yacht Club (SSYC)

South Shore Yacht Club (SSYC) southshoreyc.com 1099 Bayside Drive, Newport Beach, CA 92660 (949) 646-3102 Total: 75 members – 50% power; 50% sail. Facilities: Through our affiliation with Newport Beach Yacht Club, our members have full access to their full service...

South Coast Corinthian Yacht Club (SCCYC)

South Coast Corinthian Yacht Club (SCCYC)

South Coast Corinthian Yacht Club (SCCYC) sccyc.org 13444 Bali Way Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 Total: 75 members-80% sail, 20% power. Facilities: Clubhouse open Fri. 1800-2200, Sat. and Sun.1200-1700. General Membership Meetings fourth Saturday of each month. Guest docks...

Silver Gate Yacht Club (SGYC)

Silver Gate Yacht Club (SGYC)

Silver Gate Yacht Club (SGYC) SGYC.ORG 2091 Shelter Island Drive San Diego, California 92106 (619) 222-1214 Total: 400 members – 40% power, 60% sail. Facilities: Bar open Wed.-Fri. evenings, Sat.- Sun all day. Dining room open for Wed. & Fri. dinner, Sat....

Shoreline Yacht Club (SYC)

Shoreline Yacht Club (SYC)

Shoreline Yacht Club (SYC) shorelineyachtclub.com 386 Shoreline Drive South Long Beach, CA 90802 (562) 435-4093 Total: 400 members – 50% power, 50% sail. Facilities: Office open Tues., Wed., Thurs., 9am- 6pm; Fri. & Sat. 11am-8pm. Open 0600-2400 daily for members...

Seal Beach Yacht Club (SLBYC)

Seal Beach Yacht Club (SLBYC)

Seal Beach Yacht Club (SlBYC) SlBYC.com 255 N Marina Drive Long Beach, CA 90803 (564) 594-6337 Total: 225 members – 40% Power, 60% Sail Facilities: Clubhouse with the best view of the sunset in Alamitos Bay. Outdoor deck overlooks the Alamitos Bay Marina, and provides...

Seagate Yacht Club (SeaGYC)

Seagate Yacht Club (SeaGYC)

Seagate Yacht Club (SeaGYC) seagateyachtclub.com 16011 Bonaire Circle Huntington Beach, CA 92649 (714) 351-9959

Sea Country Yacht Club

Sea Country Yacht Club

Sea Country Yacht Club 23986 Aliso Creek Road #415 Laguna Niguel, CA 92677 [email protected] www.seacountryyc.org

Santa Monica Windjammers Yacht Club (SMWYC)

Santa Monica Windjammers Yacht Club (SMWYC)

Santa Monica Windjammers Yacht Club (SMWYC) smwyc.org 13589 Mindanao Way Marina del Rey, CA 90292-0650 (310) 827-7692 Total: 225 members – 35% power, 65% sail. Limited number of memberships to non-boat owners. Facilities: 4000 lb. hoist, club sailboats and kayaks,...

Santa Monica Bay Sailing Foundation (SMBSF)

Santa Monica Bay Sailing Foundation (SMBSF)

Santa Monica Bay Sailing Foundation (SMBSF) smbsf.org 13900 Palawan Way Marina del Rey, CA 90292

Santa Margarita Yacht Club (SMYC)

Santa Margarita Yacht Club (SMYC)

Santa Margarita Yacht Club (SMYC) santamargaritayachtclub.com P.O. Box 2043 Oceanside, CA 92051 Total: 120 members Facilities: The club is located on Camp Pendleton. The picnic tables and BBQ grill are available by advanced arrangement. Club hours vary. Membership:...

Santa Barbara Yacht Club (SBYC)

Santa Barbara Yacht Club (SBYC)

Santa Barbara Yacht Club (SBYC) sbyc.org 130 Harbor Way Santa Barbara, CA 93109 (805) 965-8112 >   Total: 750 members – 35% power, 45% sail, 20% non-boat owners. Facilities: Located on the beach, the Yacht Club is open for dining Wednesday – Sunday. Refer to...

Santa Barbara Sailing Club (SBSC)

Santa Barbara Sailing Club (SBSC)

Santa Barbara Sailing Club (SBSC) sailsbsc.org P.O. Box 1542 Santa Barbara, CA 93102 Total: 100 members 50% non-boat owners,50% sail. Facilities: Operates out of shared community facility in the harbor complex. Dry storage in SBSC boatyard. 4000# hoist. Guest docks...

San Pedro Yacht Club (SPYC)

San Pedro Yacht Club (SPYC)

San Pedro Yacht Club (SPYC) 202 Berth Wilmington, CA 90744 (310) 835-9720 Total: 55 members Facilities: Club House open Friday and Saturday evenings. Club House has galley, lounge, dining area, trophy room and balcony overlooking harbor. Guest slips available through...

San Luis Yacht Club (SLYC)

San Luis Yacht Club (SLYC)

San Luis Yacht Club (SLYC) SLYC.ORG P.O. Box 247, Avila Beach, CA 93424. At the foot of the Avila Pier, 443 Front Street. San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 (805) 595-2017. Membership: Generally full at 200 members, applications accepted in February. Initiation fee $500....

San Diego Yacht Club (SDYC)

San Diego Yacht Club (SDYC)

San Diego Yacht Club (SDYC) sdyc.org 1011 Anchorage Lane San Diego, CA 92106 (619) 221-8400 Total: 2000 members – 40% power, 60% sail. Facilities: Bar open daily 1000 to 2100. Dining room open daily 0730 to 2000. Snack bar open during summer/spring vacation. Pool....

Port Royal Yacht Club (PRYC)

Port Royal Yacht Club (PRYC)

Port Royal Yacht Club (PRYC) pryc.us 555 North Harbor Drive Redondo Beach, CA 90277 (310) 372-3960 Total: 75 members- 50% power, 50% sail Facilities: The clubhouse overlooks the Redondo Beach Harbor at Port Royal Marina with beautiful views of the Palos Verdes...

Pierpont Bay Yacht Club (PBYC)

Pierpont Bay Yacht Club (PBYC)

Pierpont Bay Yacht Club (PBYC) pbyc.org 1363 Spinnaker Drive Ventura CA 93001 (805) 644-6672 Total: 65 members – 20% power, 80% sail. Facilities: Bar/Clubhouse open Fri. 1800 to 2200, Sat. 1700 to 2200, Sun. 1400 to 1700. Marina will provide guest slips 1 day free to...

Pacific Singlehanded Sailing Association (PSSA)

Pacific Singlehanded Sailing Association (PSSA)

Pacific Singlehanded Sailing Association (PSSA) pssala.com P.O. Box 9523 Marina del Rey, CA 90295 Total: 100 members – 100% sail. Facilities: None. Monthly meetings held 2nd Monday of each month at Santa Monica Windjammers’ Yacht Club. Membership: Looking for people...

Pacific Mariners Yacht Club (PMYC)

Pacific Mariners Yacht Club (PMYC)

Pacific Mariners Yacht Club (PMYC) pmyc.org 13915 Panay Way Marina del Rey, CA 90292 (310) 823-9717 Total: 200 members – 50% power, 50% sail. Facilities: Priority list for available boat slips in Dolphin, Panay Way and Holiday Harbor Marinas. Guest dock up to 70’...

Pacific Corinthian Yacht Club (PCYC)

Pacific Corinthian Yacht Club (PCYC)

Pacific Corinthian Yacht Club (PCYC) pcyc.org 2600 So. Harbor Blvd., Oxnard, CA 93035. (805) 985-7292 Fax (805) 985-7839 Total: 400 members. 40% power, 16% sail, 16% electric and 28% non-boat owners. Facilities: Main dining room, private dining rooms,full-service bar...

Offshore Cruising Club (OCC)

Offshore Cruising Club (OCC)

Offshore Cruising Club (OCC) offshorecc.org PO BOX 3324 Long Beach, CA 90803 (949) 722-6677 Total: 17 members – sail and power. Membership: Limited number of new memberships available.

Oceanside Yacht Club (OYC)

Oceanside Yacht Club (OYC)

Oceanside Yacht Club (OYC) oceansideyc.net 1950 N Harbor Dr. Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 722-5751 Facilities: Dining room Friday & Saturday 5:30- 8pm Bar / Clubhouse Winter Hours (October 1- April 31): Friday 5pm-10pm, Saturday 12 pm-10 pm, Sunday 12pm-6pm, MNF 5...

Orange Coast College Sailing Association (OCCSA)

Orange Coast College Sailing Association (OCCSA)

Orange Coast College Sailing Association (OCCSA) occsailing.com 1801 W. Coast Highway Newport Beach, CA 92663 (949) 645-9412 The Orange Coast College Sailing Association consists of more than 200 students, alumni, instructors, colleagues and friends of Orange Coast...

Oasis Sailing Club (OSC)

Oasis Sailing Club (OSC)

Oasis Sailing Club (OSC) oasissailingclub.org Facility: Meets at the Newport Beach Senior Center. 801 Narcissus, Corona del Mar. Membership: Contact the Membership Chair: Rick Anderson, [email protected] Comments: OSC makes recreational sailing...

Newport Sea Base Sailing Club (NSBSC)

Newport Sea Base Sailing Club (NSBSC)

Newport Sea Base Sailing Club (NSBSC) newportseabase.org 1931 W. Coast Highway Newport Beach, CA 92663 (949) 642-5031 Facilities: The Newport Sea Base Yacht Club office is located in the second story of the recently rebuilt state-of-the-art waterfront Newport Sea...

Newport Ocean Sailing Association (NOSA)

Newport Ocean Sailing Association (NOSA)

Newport Ocean Sailing Association (NOSA) nosa.org PO Box 7485 Newport Beach, CA 92658 (949)644-1023 Comments: NOSA is the sponsor of the Newport to Ensenada race, the World’s Largest International Yacht Race.

Newport Harbor Yacht Club (NHYC)

Newport Harbor Yacht Club (NHYC)

Newport Harbor Yacht Club (NHYC) nhyc.org 720 W Bay Ave, Newport Beach, CA 92661 (949) 673-7730 Total: 1050 members – split evenly power to sail. Facilities: Bar is open Wed thru Sun 11am to 11pm. Dining room is open Wed. thru Sat 12 to 9pm. Sun 9am to 8:30pm. Snack...

Newport Harbor Elks Yacht Club (NHEYC)

Newport Harbor Elks Yacht Club (NHEYC)

Newport Harbor Elks Yacht Club (NHEYC) newportharborelks.us 3456 Via Oporto Newport Beach, CA 92663 (949) 922-2473 Comments: SCYA Associate Member. Reservations required and must be signed in by Yacht Club member. Guest Dock with reservation only. Open 7 days a week,...

Nevada Yacht Club (NYC)

Nevada Yacht Club (NYC)

Nevada Yacht Club (NYC) nevadayachtclub.org 490 Horsepower Cove Boulder City, NV 89005 (909) 547-7478 Mailing Address: PO Box 12204 Las Vegas, NV 89112 Comments: We do not have an official clubhouse, but we Sail and host our events from the Lake Mead Marina; located...

Navy Yacht Club San Diego (NYCSD)

Navy Yacht Club San Diego (NYCSD)

Navy Yacht Club San Diego (NYCSD) NYCSD.club PO Box 182111 Coronado, CA 92178 (619) 522-8680 Fax (619) 522-7969 Total: 700. New members welcomed. Must be active, reserve, dependent or retired U.S. or Allied military or active or retired DOD employees entitled to MWR...

Navy Yacht Club Long Beach (NYCLB)

Navy Yacht Club Long Beach (NYCLB)

Navy Yacht Club Long Beach (NYCLB) NYCLB.org 223 N. Marina Drive Long Beach, CA 90803 714-488-2064 Total: 260 members – 60% sail, 40% power. Facilities: Our Alamitos Bay waterfront clubhouse has the best sunsets! The clubhouse is open Friday evenings and most weekends...

Morro Bay Yacht Club (MorBYC)

Morro Bay Yacht Club (MorBYC)

Morro Bay Yacht Club (MorBYC) mbyc.net 541 Embarcadero Morro Bay, CA 93442 (805)772-3981 Total: 250 members – 15% power, 85% sail. Facilities: Bar open Fri. nights and race days. Dining room open for special events. WiFi internet connection available. Dry storage....

Mission Bay Yacht Club (MBYC)

Mission Bay Yacht Club (MBYC)

Mission Bay Yacht Club (MBYC) mbyc.org 1215 El Carmel Court San Diego, CA 92109 (858) 488-0501 Total: 750 members – 15% power, 85% sail. Facilities: Bar open Friday 5:00pm to 10:00pm, Sat – 12:00pm to 10:00pm, Sun – 1:00pm to 8:00pm. Dining room open: Friday 6:00pm to...

Marina Yacht Club of Long Beach (MYCLB)

Marina Yacht Club of Long Beach (MYCLB)

Marina Yacht Club of Long Beach (MYCLB) “Marina Yacht Club of Long Beach is not affiliated with nor is it to be confused with Marina Yacht Club located in Marina Del Rey, CA.” www.myclb.org (714) 891-0767 Total: 30 members, 56% Power, 44% Sail Facilities: None...

Marina Yacht Club (MYC)

Marina Yacht Club (MYC)

Marina Yacht Club (MYC) www.marinayachtclub.org “(Formerly known as Marina Venice Yacht Club)” “Marina Yacht Club is not affiliated with nor it is to be confused with Marina Yacht Club of Long Beach.” 4333 Admiralty Way Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 (310) 600-6912 Total:...

Los Angeles Yacht Club (LAYC)

Los Angeles Yacht Club (LAYC)

Los Angeles Yacht Club (LAYC) layc.org 285 Whalers Walk San Pedro CA 90731 (310)831-1203 Facilities: 12,000 sq. foot clubhouse with extensive library, trophy displays, ship models, and photos dating back to the club founding in 1901. Angels Gate Bar and Bistro:...

Long Beach Yacht Club (LBYC)

Long Beach Yacht Club (LBYC)

Long Beach Yacht Club (LBYC) lbyc.org 6201 E. Appian Way Long Beach, CA 90803 (562) 598-9401 Total: 1000 members – 50% power, 50% sail. Facilities: Dining Room: open Tues. to Sat. for lunch and dinner, Sunday for brunch and dinner. Bar: open Tues. to Sat. 1000-2330,...

Little Ships Fleet Yacht Club (LSFYC)

Little Ships Fleet Yacht Club (LSFYC)

Little Ships Fleet Yacht Club (LSFYC) lsfyc.org 233 Marina Dr. Long Beach, CA 90803 (714) 383-1139 Total: 65 members – 80% sail, 5% power, 15% non-boat owners. Facilities: Alamitos Bay Location. Guest dock and showers available with advanced reservations in Rainbow...

Lido Isle Yacht Club (LIYC)

Lido Isle Yacht Club (LIYC)

Lido Isle Yacht Club (LIYC) liyc.net 701 Via Lido Soud Newport Beach, CA 92663 Phone (949) 673-5119 Fax (949) 673-6827 Total: 410 members – 40% power, 60% sail. Facilities: Clubhouse open Tuesday & Friday nights during summer racing season, snack bar open June...

Long Beach Women’s Sailing Association (LBWSA)

Long Beach Women’s Sailing Association (LBWSA)

Long Beach Women’s Sailing Association (LBWSA) lbwsa.org P.O. Box 30774 Long Beach, CA 90853 Total: 45 Members. Most sailboaters. New members welcome, men or women. Yearly dues: $65. Member of ASPBYC, SCYA. Facilities: None. Comments: Founded to foster the love and...

Long Beach Singles Yacht Club (LBSYC)

Long Beach Singles Yacht Club (LBSYC)

Long Beach Singles Yacht Club (LBSYC) lbsyc.org PO Box 41341 Long Beach, CA 90853 Total: 80 Members. One-third boat owners Facilities: None. Meet on 2nd & 4th Tuesday nights 1900 at The Crab Pot, 215 N. Marina Dr., Long Beach, CA 90803. Guest Speaker on...

Lake Mirage Yacht Club (LMYC)

Lake Mirage Yacht Club (LMYC)

Lake Mirage Yacht Club (LMYC) 195 1/2 Desert Lakes Drive Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 (760) 773-3522 About: This club is part of the Lake Mirage Racquet Club Community featuring 238 Homes, 11 pools and 10 tennis courts and 2 pickleball courts. The club has boats available...

Lake Havasu Yacht Club (LHYC)

Lake Havasu Yacht Club (LHYC)

Lake Havasu Yacht Club (LHYC) lhyc.net 631 London Bridge Road Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403 (928) 453-5005 Email: [email protected] Total: 165 members Facilities: Clubhouse located on beautiful shores of Lake Havasu next to Windsor Beach State Park. Clubhouse...

Lake Arrowhead Yacht Club (LArYC)

Lake Arrowhead Yacht Club (LArYC)

Lake Arrowhead Yacht Club (LArYC) layc.net 28200 State Highway 189 PO Box 363 Lake Arrowhead, CA 92352 (909) 337-0725 Fax: (909) 337-4115 Total: 230 members – 80% power, 20% sail. Facilities: Clubhouse, patio and 40-slip marina on the shores of Lake Arrowhead nestled...

Jonathan Yacht Club (JYC)

Jonathan Yacht Club (JYC)

Jonathan Yacht Club (JYC) jc.org 545 S. Figueroa St. Los Angeles CA 90071 (213) 624-0881

Huntington Harbour Yacht Club (HHYC)

Huntington Harbour Yacht Club (HHYC)

Huntington Harbour Yacht Club (HHYC) hhyc.org 3821 Warner Avenue, Huntington Beach, CA 92649 (562) 592-2186 Fax (562) 592-0887 Total: 300 members – 85% power, 15% sail. Facilities: Bar open seven nights a week. Food served seven nights a week. Sunday Brunch served...

Hollywood Yacht Club (HYC)

Hollywood Yacht Club (HYC)

Hollywood Yacht Club (HYC) hollywoodyachtclub.org (714) 434-3941 Facilities: None, Monthly meetings, 1st Tuesday of the month, various restaurants in the So. Cal area. Homeport: Holiday Harbor, Wilmington, CA. Membership: Looking for new members. One sponsor needed....

Harbour Island Yacht Club (HIYC)

Harbour Island Yacht Club (HIYC)

Harbour Island Yacht Club (HIYC) harbourislandyachtclub.org 3600 S. Harbor Blvd. PMB 513 Oxnard, CA 93035 Total: 150 members. 28% power, 35% electric boaters, 20% sail, 17% kayaks. Facilities: Clubhouse, Waterside Restaurant and Wine Bar, 3500 Harbor Blvd., Oxnard, CA...

Fresno Yacht Club (FrYC)

Fresno Yacht Club (FrYC)

Fresno Yacht Club P.O. Box 12352 Fresno, CA 93777 (559) 417-7312 [email protected] www.fresnoyachtclub.org History: September 1945, a group of sailing enthusiasts, with boats on the recently formed Lake Millerton, organized into a sailing club. On October of that...

Fairwind Yacht Club (FYC)

Fairwind Yacht Club (FYC)

Fairwind Yacht Club (FYC) fairwind.org P.O. Box 12684 Marina Del Rey, CA 90295-3684 (310) 454-2323 Total: 550 full members Facilities: No clubhouse or office. Fairwind is a dockside club based in Marina Del Rey (MDR) and in Channel Island Harbor, Oxnard (CIH). The...

Del Rey Yacht Club (DRYC)

Del Rey Yacht Club (DRYC)

Del Rey Yacht Club (DRYC) dryc.org 13900 Palawan Way Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 (310) 823-4664 Fax (310) 821-1346 Established 1952 Total: 650+ memberships Facilities: Full service Club open 7 days a week: Mon & Tues from 8am-5pm; Wed thru Sun from 8am-9pm. Gated,...

Dana West Yacht Club (DWYC)

Dana West Yacht Club (DWYC)

Dana West Yacht Club (DWYC) dwyc.org 24601 Dana Drive Dana Point, CA 92629 (949) 661-1185 Fax (949) 661-1583 Total: 460 members- 45% power, 45% sail, 10% non-boat owners. Facilities: Facilities 0pen Thurs. thru Sun. 1100 to 2200 and Mon. 1600-2200. Dining room. 60 ft....

Dana Point Yacht Club (DPYC)

Dana Point Yacht Club (DPYC)

Dana Point Yacht Club (DPYC) dpyc.org 24399 Dana Drive Dana Point, CA 92629 (949) 496-2900 Fax (949) 496-1603. Total: Regular Membership limited to 500 – 35% power, 65% sail. Facilities: Club is closed on Monday’s and Tuesday’s. Bar & Club Hours: Wednesday – 1600...

Cortez Racing Association (CRA)

Cortez Racing Association (CRA)

Cortez Racing Association (CRA) cortezracing.com 2726 Shelter Island Drive #373 San Diego, CA 92106 Total: 280 members – all sail boaters. Facilities: Clubhouse – Fiddler’s Green Restaurant 2760 Shelter Island Drive, San Diego Membership: Open to all sail. Initiation:...

Corsair Yacht Club

Corsair Yacht Club

Corsair Yacht Club corsairyc.com 1198 Pacific Coast Hwy, Suite D-107 Seal Beach, CA 90740 (562) 756-4544 Our modest outdoor facility, located in the beautiful cove of Emerald Bay (Catalina Island’s West End), is the 2nd home to a small fleet of 75 Southern California...

Coronado Yacht Club (CorYC)

Coronado Yacht Club (CorYC)

Coronado Yacht Club (CorYC) coronadoyc.org 1631 Strand Way Coronado, CA 92118 (619) 435-1848 Fax (619) 435-2480 Total: Sail, 60%; Power, 40% Facilities: The marina and clubhouse are open every day for our members and their guests, and valid reciprocal members. Bar and...

Coronado Cays Yacht Club (CCYC)

Coronado Cays Yacht Club (CCYC)

Coronado Cays Yacht Club (CCYC) ccyc.org 30 Caribe Cay Blvd, Coronado, CA 92118 (619) 429-0133 Fax (619) 429-8163 Total: 33% sail and 67% power, 370 equity member, Non-equity social and military memberships. Memberships: New equity memberships are being accepted. Call...

Convair Sailing Club(ConSC)

Convair Sailing Club(ConSC)

Convair Sailing Club(ConSC) convair.org Mailing address: P.O. Box 22981, San Diego, CA 92192-2981 Membership: Accepting applications for membership see website for more information Facilities: The Convair Sailing Club Fleet consists of ten 21 ft. Catalina Victory...

Channel Islands Yacht Club (ChIYC)

Channel Islands Yacht Club (ChIYC)

Channel Islands Yacht Club (ChIYC) ciyc.com 4100 Harbor Boulevard Channel Islands Harbor, CA 93035 (805) 985-2492 Total: 220 members – equally split power/sail. Facilities: Recently remodeled interior, Bar hours Sun. 1pm-7pm, Mon. 5pm-9pm (during Monday night...

Channel Islands Womens Sailing Association (CIWSA)

Channel Islands Womens Sailing Association (CIWSA)

Channel Islands Womens Sailing Association (CIWSA) ciwsa.net Mailing Address: 3600 Harbor Blvd., PMB #268, Oxnard, CA 93035 (415) 518-4046 Email: [email protected] Mission: The mission of the Channel Islands Women’s Sailing Association is to support and...

Channel Cruising Club (CCC)

Channel Cruising Club (CCC)

Channel Cruising Club (CCC) channelcruisingclub.com (703)-697-1776 Total: 40 Family Memberships equally split between power and sail. Facilities: Catalina lsthmus overlooking Little Fisherman’s Cove. Have large gas fired BBQ, heads, showers, children’s playground....

Cerritos Bahia Yacht Club (CerBYC)

Cerritos Bahia Yacht Club (CerBYC)

Cerritos Bahia Yacht Club (CerBYC) cerritosbahiayachtclub.org 6291 E. Paciifc Coast Hwy. Long Beach, CA 90803 (562) 493-2292 Total: 200 members – 95% power, 5% sail Facilities: Club House with dining area, bar and kitchen facilities Membership: New memberships are...

Catalina Island Yacht Club (CIYC)

Catalina Island Yacht Club (CIYC)

Catalina Island Yacht Club (CIYC) catalinaislandyachtclub.com 30 Casino Way Avalon CA, 90704 (310) 510-0022 Fax (310) 510-2340

Cabrillo Beach Yacht Club (CBYC)

Cabrillo Beach Yacht Club (CBYC)

Cabrillo Beach Yacht Club (CBYC) cbyc.org 211 W 22nd St, San Pedro, CA 90731 (310) 519-1694 Total: 500 members – 60% sail, 40% power Facilities: CBYC’s spacious Clubhouse overlooks their 180 + slip marina. The second floor offers a dining/meeting room, a large member...

Buccaneer Yacht Club (BucYC)

Buccaneer Yacht Club (BucYC)

Buccaneer Yacht Club (BucYC) buccaneeryachtclub.com P.O. Box 76, San Pedro, CA 90733 [email protected] Total: 50 members – 95% sail, 5% power Facilities: We use marina boater’s lounge for BBQ and refreshments Initiation: $125 single, $150 family. Yearly dues: $450...

Balboa Yacht Club (BYC)

Balboa Yacht Club (BYC)

Balboa Yacht Club (BYC) balboayachtclub.com 1801 Bayside Dr, Corona Del Mar, CA 92625 (949) 673-3515 Fax (949) 673-8937 Total: 800 members – 60% power, 40% sail. Facilities: Bar open Wed, Thur. 1130 to 2200, Fri., Sat., 1130 to 2300, Sun. 1130 to 2200. Dining room...

Balboa Island Yacht Club (BIYC)

Balboa Island Yacht Club (BIYC)

Balboa Island Yacht Club (BIYC) 410 S. Bay Front Newport Beach, CA 92662 (949) 433-2229 Facilities: None. Comments: Founded 1922. 8 week summer program of general aquatic activities run by kids for kids age 6 – 16 yrs.

Balboa Basin Yacht Club (BBYC)

Balboa Basin Yacht Club (BBYC)

Balboa Basin Yacht Club (BBYC) balboabasinyachtclub.org 829-38 Harbor Island Drive Newport Beach, CA 92660 (714) 746-1341 Total: 94 members and families, mixed sail and power. Facilities: Small dockside clubhouse open for meetings and social gatherings at Balboa Yacht...

Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club (BCYC)

Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club (BCYC)

Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club (BCYC) bcyc.org 1601 Bayside Drive Corona Del Mar, CA 92625 (949) 644-9530 Fax (949) 644-9580 Total: 500 members – Almost equal sail and power. Small percentage of non-boat owners. Facilities: Full service club. Bar open Wed. thru Sun. 1100...

Arizona Yacht Club (AYC)

Arizona Yacht Club (AYC)

Arizona Yacht Club (AYC) arizonayachtclub.org Arizona Yacht Club P.O. Box 2728 Tempe, AZ 85280 [email protected] Total: 240 families, 100% sail. Facilities: None Membership: Initiation: $150 full. Annual dues: $150 full. Junior Program: The Arizona Sailing...

Anacapa Yacht Club (AnYC)

Anacapa Yacht Club (AnYC)

Anacapa Yacht Club (AnYC) anacapayachtclub.com 2810 S. Harbor Blvd., Suite B-6 Oxnard, California 93035 (805) 984-0211 Total: 60 members – mostly sail Facilities: We have a waterfront clubhouse. Bar open with Friday night dinner and some Saturdays night at 1700. Bar...

American Legion Yacht Club (ALYC)

American Legion Yacht Club (ALYC)

American Legion Yacht Club (ALYC) alyc.com 215 E. 15th Street, Newport Beach, CA, 92663 (949) 673-5002 Fax (949) 673-9555 Total: Over 1,000 members. Boat owners split about 60% power and 40% sail. Facilities: Office: 9am-5pm, Mon-Fri. Bar open 7 days a week: Mon-Thu,...

Alamitos Bay Yacht Club (ABYC)

Alamitos Bay Yacht Club (ABYC)

Alamitos Bay Yacht Club (ABYC) abyc.org 7201 E. Ocean Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90803 (562) 434-9955 Fax (562)434-2267 Total: 370 Families are members Facilities: ABYC’s distinctive two story waterfront clubhouse is ideally located on property that has a large boatyard,...

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San Diego Association of Yacht Clubs (SDAYC)

San Diego Association of Yacht Clubs (SDAYC)

San Diego Association of Yacht Clubs (SDAYC) 3517 Camino del Rio South, Ste 208 San Diego, CA 92108 sdayc.org 619-282-505

Association of Santa Monica Bay Yacht Clubs (ASMBYC)

Association of Santa Monica Bay Yacht Clubs (ASMBYC)

Association of Santa Monica Bay Yacht Clubs (ASMBYC) asmbyc.org

Association of Santa Barbara Channel Yacht Clubs (ASBYC)

Association of Santa Barbara Channel Yacht Clubs (ASBYC)

Association of San Pedro Bay Yacht Clubs (ASPBYC)

Association of San Pedro Bay Yacht Clubs (ASPBYC)

Association of San Pedro Bay Yacht Clubs (ASPBYC) aspbyc.org

Association of Orange Coast Yacht Clubs (AOCYC)

Association of Orange Coast Yacht Clubs (AOCYC)

Association of Orange Coast Yacht Clubs (AOCYC) aocyc.org PO Box 12245 Newport Beach, CA 92658

Affiliations

Pacific Coast Yachting Association (PCYA)

Pacific Coast Yachting Association (PCYA)

Pacific Coast Yachting Association (PCYA) PCYA.info

Yacht Racing Union of Southern California (YRUSC)

Yacht Racing Union of Southern California (YRUSC)

Yacht Racing Union of Southern California YRUSC.org

Recreational Boaters Of California (RBOC)

Recreational Boaters Of California (RBOC)

Recreational Boaters Of California (RBOC) RBOC.org 925 L Street, Suite 260 Sacramento, CA 95814

US Sailing USSailing.org 1 Roger Williams University Way Bristol, RI 02809

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Features and perks:

  • 24-hour marina, controlled access gate
  • Boater restrooms with showers and laundry
  • On-site pump-out station
  • Dinghy docks and transient slips
  • Boat repair and maintenance facility*
  • Wi-Fi / internet service* (offered by Bel Air Internet)
  • Bicycle racks & lockers*
  • Walking distance from Burton Chase Park, close to LAX and Venice Beach
  • Trader Joe’s, restaurants, boutiques, bank, sailing schools, yacht club, boat brokers & dealers and other offices located on the property

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Pier 44 Marina offers dry stack boat storage facilities on the water. Book with us and preserve the performance and resale value of your boat:

  • Capacity for boats up to 28 feet
  • The convenience of valet services—your launch reservations will be directly handled by forklift operators. Your boat will be ready and waiting when you arrive.
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  • No corrosion or oxidation to the outdrives
  • No need for anti-fouling paint

For an additional charge, we also offer the following services:

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Applicants may reserve a slip in their name, pending application approval, by submitting the following:

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-Valid driver license or other valid form of picture ID.

The amount of $500.00 is payable as “Slip Holding Deposit” upon application approval, this amount will be credited toward the slip tenant’s first month slip fees. The full amount will be refunded should a refund be requested within twenty –four (24) hours of payment. After this time, however, if the applicant decides not to proceed with the application, the amount will be forfeited to the marina. If application is requested by the marina, a full refund will be issued even after this period.

Please note that that the Application Fee and Slip Holding Deposit are all payable by two (2) checks, one for each amount. A slip may be reserved for a maximum of fourteen (14) days. After this time, the boat storage lease agreement must be signed and slip tenancy commences.

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Welcome to 2024 at Del Rey Yacht Club! I am happy to be guiding the Club through this exciting year as your Commodore. First a little of my personal history at DRYC. My cousin, Joe Weiss, was one for the founders when the Club was started in 1952, and was Commodore in 1956. My parents and family joined in 1959, and my Dad was Commodore in 1976. I joined with my family in 1975. Now I am carrying on the family tradition as your Commodore for 2024. Del Rey Yacht Club is a very active Club, as it always has been. This coming year will be no different, starting with our youngest members, better known as the Juniors. These young members, in our many junior programs, learn to sail and acquire many skills and self-confidence. Most of them go on to race under the Club burgee, and in many cases, race under our burgee around the world. Then there is our adult sailing program. This is one of the reasons that this Club was founded. We participate in a multitude of inter-club races, along with hosting many of our own. We also have boats available for our members to use at no charge. These include J-22s, Lasers, Lidos, Kayaks, and Paddle boards. For a small charge, members can use our electric Duffy. Our shinning star is the facility on Catalina Island, in Catalina Harbor. This facility is open all year for all of our members to use. There are moorings in the bay, a dock where members can tie up their dinghy, and the facility is a fully-equipped picnic ground. This facility is where the Club holds many cruses during the year.  For those members who are not inclined to go to sea, our Club has one of the best social and educational programs. We also have a beautiful pool, full food services, and a Pickleball court.  You can see that Del Rey Yacht Club is really a full service club.  We are a member-owned club, and all volunteer. This means that the Club is run by people that really have the Club in their best interests. This all makes for a Club that the members fully enjoy. Due to the dedication of its members, this year will be no different than any other year, making it one of the premier yacht clubs in the world.  

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    Del Rey Yacht Club holds all types of events and activities, for boaters and non-boaters alike, all year long. You'll scarcely find a week going by where we don't offer something fun for our members in which to participate. Our wide array of events range from social, educational, cruise, racing, angler, and much, much more! ...

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