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The Sailor's Style Guide: How to Dress at a Yacht Club

If you've been invited to a casual yacht club rendezvous, you'll need the right threads to fit in.  in this guide, we'll walk you through the yacht club attire you'll need to fit in. hint: you can find the perfect outfit head to toe with castaway.

You've been invited to a meal or event at a local yacht club, but you've never been to one before. Suddenly, the panic sets in. What should you wear? Fortunately, there are lots of options and visiting a yacht club does not mean you have to spend a lot of money just to fit in. This post will give you some pointers on yacht club attire so that you feel neither under nor overdressed, and can really enjoy yourself and have a great time at the club.

Before you even think about what to wear, check to see if the yacht club you're going to has a dress code posted online. Most of them do, and the rules can vary from club to club. The Nantucket Yacht Club , for example, requires semi-formal attire for its dinners and cocktail attire including ties for men during its dinner dances and balls. The Hyannis Yacht Club goes into a little more detail. It accepts stylish casual wear including clean, neat jeans and shorts for lunch. For dinner, guests are expected to step it up by leaving the denim at home and wearing sports coats. Different areas of a club may also have different dress rules. Bars and outdoor decks tend to more lax and allow casual clothing.

Sometimes, the easiest way of narrowing down what to wear is to eliminate what you should not wear. This is just a partial list of how not to show up at any kind of yacht club unless you want to be denied admittance or receive a lot of disapproving glares. All rules listed apply to the inside of the club, and can vary for beach and dock rulings.

Flip Flops or Going Barefoot: This rule applies INSIDE the club, or for any meal time. Most people love the beach, but going barefoot is not only unacceptable, but unhygienic.

You'll want to wear appropriate footwear such as sturdy sandals or closed toe shoes. While a lot of children and adults love their flip-flops, they may be a little too casual for a yacht club atmosphere. The most popular choice here is a boat shoe style but a bridle bit driver is always appropriate - check the latest . The lightly worn leather and pencil-curled laces fit the bill in the cool department.

Torn, Stained, or Worn Clothing: Any attire that is showing signs of wear such as rips, stains that never came out, holes, missing buttons, etc. should be left at home.

Baseball Caps and Other Hats: Most yacht clubs prefer that men remove their caps when inside the venue. Save them for the sailing excursions.

Extra points on the water if you rock the Club’s Burgee on the hat!

Swimwear: Just a no-no. Save it for the boat and the beach. A cover-up can be acceptable for the patio.

Going Shirtless: Nope!

Undershirts as Shirts: See above. You may also want to be careful about choosing a t-shirt, particularly one with graphics, when visiting a yacht club. Most prefer that you wear a collared shirt, even if it's a casual one such as a polo shirt.

Tank tops for men and any tank tops for women that are skimpy and don't hide undergarments should be saved for another occasion.

Women have a lot of options when it comes to visiting a yacht club. Linen and cotton make the perfect summer blouses. A light but structured Sleeveless Top paired with a  sweater is perfect for warding off cool sea breezes when you're out on the deck. A polo or collared shirt works well for the yacht club scene as well. You can also consider a dressy blouse that has a little bit of flounce to it. If shorts are allowed for the time and area of the club you're visiting, consider sporting  Sailing  shorts  with a cute anchor embroidery. They're cool, classy, and show off just the right amount of leg. Casual skirts and dresses are perfectly fine as well as long as they're not too short and revealing. If you're attending a party at a yacht club you may need to wear a nice cocktail dress, or a classic Tunic Dress for a day event. Special events such as balls and dinner dances usually specify what is appropriate attire on the invitation.

Don't forget to have fun with accessories! A straw handbag can complete a nautical themed look.

For most casual yacht club occasions, men can't go wrong with a collared shirt and long pants or Cisco Shorts . Pastel and preppy shades such as summer green, hurricane red, and islander blue rule here.

When casual attire is allowed, collared sport or polo shirts are always in fashion. Seersucker and linen shirts are available in several colors and patterns for summer club get-togethers. If jeans are not allowed, seersucker or cotton canvas pants are still casual and comfortable yet dressy enough for all areas of a yacht club. If you really want to show your love of nautical dressing, consider wearing a fun Embroidered Pant !

Or you can opt for solid pants but add some nautical flair with an embroidered belt . Classic summer staples like Seersucker and Madras Patches will make you the talk of the Club, in a good way!

For those chilly sea breezes and evenings, a quarter zip pullover wards off the cool air while keeping you stylish and casual.

It's a good idea to keep a sportcoat and a few ties in your closet just in case the yacht club you're visiting requires it. Opt for a fun all over embroidered jacket, or a Madras Patchwork style to really up your game.

Kids' clothing should conform to the same yacht club rules as established for grown-up guests. If you really want your son to look cute, consider dressing him in the same matching outfit as dad.

Whether you're looking to make a splash with yacht club attire or just want to look good on the boat or while meeting with friends, we have the seaside looks that you'll look and feel wonderful in for men, women, and children.

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A chum tells he began an application to join a club where it was explained about dress code for black tie events but then explanation went on to cover requirements for "greys" and "whites". He decided to withdraw his application! Each to his own and not my cup of tea either but anybody know of clubs with similar or even more comprehensive conditions?  

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Certainly. My club has many social events in our fine clubhouse in London, with dress codes which range from casual ( for young members) on to lounge suit , on to black tie (evening dress) and even to one level more formal. Each event organiser selects the dress code as appropriate to the formality of the event. There don't seem to be any problems here. On the other hand the club has a detailed dress code in force for the clubhouse, and I have real objections with this. Why we cannot trust members to dress appropriately I just cannot understand. And why on earth I should feel upset if a lady member wears jeans is quite beyond me. Pure out-dated mumbo jumbo.  

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My club has a dress code - total nudity is forbidden, anything else is fine so long as it's not too smelly. Then again, as Groucho said, he wouldn't want to belong to any club that'd have him as a member (or words to that effect).  

westhinder

When visiting a long established East Coast yacht club last summer, my young crew (22-23) were hugely amused to find a dress code notice in the welcome documents. Having grown up in Belgium and Holland they are not used to such a level of formality. What particularly caused hilarity was the following: ' tailored shorts may be worn in the clubhouse but not in the dining room'.  

My favourite upon arriving at the Royal Norfolk and Suffolk was being informed, with exquisite tact, that we were a little on the scruffy side for the restaurant but welcome to partake of a meal and drinks in the private members lounge! (We were none too smart it must be said after ten days cruising on a 23 footer)  

Robin

Once again it seems there are people looking for justification for their not joining a yacht club. If that is the case simply don't join but go elsewhere. As for visiting a club as a non -member, once again if you don't like their requirements get a shower/mooring/ beer somewhere else that cares not if you are scruffy disrespectful oiks trying to make some kind of point. .  

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Spuddy said: A chum tells he began an application to join a club where it was explained about dress code for black tie events but then explanation went on to cover requirements for "greys" and "whites". He decided to withdraw his application! Each to his own and not my cup of tea either but anybody know of clubs with similar or even more comprehensive conditions? Click to expand...

jac

Supine Being said: Personally, I think that rules like this just alienate potential younger new members. By which I don't mean young exactly, just younger than baby boomers. Click to expand...

steve yates

I am in my late 40's, and I am alianated by it. Formal do's and the like, fine, and the organisers of a function or party can dictate what they like really. But any dress code designed to stop women wearing jeans on the premises, as opposed to men, is a disgrace to it's organisation.  

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I'm all for a ban on women wearing jeans in the clubhouse. I cant think of a single female member of our club with an arse fit for display in tight jeans. I dont want to have to drink a pint with my eyes shut.  

steve yates said: I am in my late 40's, and I am alianated by it. Formal do's and the like, fine, and the organisers of a function or party can dictate what they like really. But any dress code designed to stop women wearing jeans on the premises, as opposed to men, is a disgrace to it's organisation. Click to expand...

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Sounds like dress code for events rather than the club itself. The clubs I have belonged to have always had events that specify "Black Tie", "Reefers/Lounge Suits" or even "Fancy Dress", it's just the theme for the event and you can choose to go to the event or not - I see a lot of young people who seem to enjoy an opportunity to dress up especially during big events such as Cowes Week. I also know of night clubs that have blanket bans on jeans and trainers too, young people have no trouble with complying with that either.  

Resolution said: For the avoidance of doubt, the dress code to which I was referring prohibits the wearing of jeans by either sex. Doesn't worry me personally as I wear chinos more than jeans and these somehow escape the dress code police. But it certainly annoys my wife, and as we all know, that is serious! Click to expand...
dom said: Seriously though, I'm not sure about the younger folk being alienated bit; at least the pretty active racing scene in the Hamble would kind of suggest otherwise? Click to expand...
bedouin said: I really don't see the problem with a dress code for black tie events - the clue is in the name Click to expand...

stuartwineberg

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I had the difference between a yacht club and a sailing club explained to me once. Apparently the former requires some degree of formality in the club of an evening but the latter couldn't care less - so there's another perspective on the muddle  

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The simple answer is if you don't like it don't join. My experience of 'clubs' is rather more land that yacht based but to a great extent there seems to be in inverse relationship between the level of detail of the written dress codes and what most would consider the 'social class' of the majority of the members. Personally I like to have an idea of what I should be wearing for an event but if it has to be set out in detail I'm probably in the wrong place. Someone said that 'black tie' puts off younger potential members - my experience is precisely the opposite - I've no idea why but my son's generation (now early 20s) seem to love it, events that in my day wouldn't have merited a tie are now dinner suited. Edited to add: Any person that thinks dress code takes priority over elementary good manners such as making guests welcome is not someone with whom I would wish to associate.  

prv said: So is there in fact a "dress code police" in practice? This stuff is written down in the rules, but if you turn up in normal socially-acceptable clothing that contravenes it, does anyone object? Is it like the "shooting a welshman after midnight" variety of unenforced law, or will someone really insist that you leave for wearing trousers made of the incorrect fabric? Pete Click to expand...

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9 hours ago, dexddd said: We were just on and the norm was slacks and shirt for men and dress or slacks for women.  Fancy nights people spruced it up a bit.  Saw one tux and the guy was cranked with pictures of people in shorts at dinner.  Imo shorts not appropriate but I'm not going to get cranked about it.  I was just happy Octomom wasn't on letting her kids run around dining room during dinner.

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In March 2018 on Seaside we found the dress code was not enforced in Yacht Club to the point were I made a comment and was then invited to dinner by the Captain to discuss. Whilst I don't want to wear formal every night, I did draw the line at shorts and flip flops. This did seem the favoured outfit of several American travellers. Captain Masa agreed with me and was planning some stricter controls. That being said the majority were smart casual most nights less obvious differences to the rest of the ship on formal/casual nights.

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1 hour ago, philsuarez said: In March 2018 on Seaside we found the dress code was not enforced in Yacht Club to the point were I made a comment and was then invited to dinner by the Captain to discuss. Whilst I don't want to wear formal every night, I did draw the line at shorts and flip flops. This did seem the favoured outfit of several American travellers. Captain Masa agreed with me and was planning some stricter controls. That being said the majority were smart casual most nights less obvious differences to the rest of the ship on formal/casual nights.

Do remember that there is no YC dress code that is different from any other area on the ship. That said, our 2 YC experiences have been that in the YC restaurant guests dressed very well, and according to the dress codes on board i.e. elegant one night per week, and smart casual every other night...no shorts or flip flops evident!

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4 hours ago, philsuarez said: In March 2018 on Seaside we found the dress code was not enforced in Yacht Club to the point were I made a comment and was then invited to dinner by the Captain to discuss. Whilst I don't want to wear formal every night, I did draw the line at shorts and flip flops. This did seem the favoured outfit of several American travellers. Captain Masa agreed with me and was planning some stricter controls. That being said the majority were smart casual most nights less obvious differences to the rest of the ship on formal/casual nights.

We cruised on Seaside last March as well in YC.... And I agree with your comments. We may have been on the same cruise because twice during the week I saw a older Gray hair gentleman come up stairway from  Top Sail lounge in baggy shorts and a polo. That party was promptly seated. 

Is this just for dinner where you are expected to dress up? What about lunch and breakfast? We are shorts and T-shirt people so want to know what to expect. Khaki shorts, but shorts.

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14 hours ago, phissy said: Was she actually on your cruise?

We joked about the extended family on Divinia in YC who had one mom with like five kids.  Four normally running amok and one sometimes strapped on.  She became known as Octomom.  Kids running around Le Muse, around Top Sail, in pool with diapers, fathers yelling up several floors in one area for kids to come back,etc.

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31 minutes ago, Hammergirl said: Is this just for dinner where you are expected to dress up? What about lunch and breakfast? We are shorts and T-shirt people so want to know what to expect. Khaki shorts, but shorts.

MSC's dress code is similar to all mainstream cruise lines in that the dress code is primarily for when you are in the MDR only, which allows all to change back into their normal evening clothes, if desired, after dinner. It used to be that the dress codes were for the entire evening (6 PM on). IMO, this change, dress code for the MDR only, was the beginning of the end for true formal nights. Fine with me, but it really points out why even bother having a formal night when many do not really dress formal anymore, and if they do, most quickly change out of their formal clothes as soon as they can. That is one of the reasons that the tux that I bought a few years ago and used on several cruises is now just one more thing taking up room in my home closet.

5 minutes ago, sptrout said: MSC's dress code is similar to all mainstream cruise lines in that the dress code is primarily for when you are in the MDR only, which allows all to change back into their normal evening clothes, if desired, after dinner. It used to be that the dress codes were for the entire evening (6 PM on). IMO, this change, dress code for the MDR only, was the beginning of the end for true formal nights. Fine with me, but it really points out why even bother having a formal night when many do not really dress formal anymore, and if they do, most quickly change out of their formal clothes as soon as they can. That is one of the reasons that the tux that I bought a few years ago and used on several cruises is now just one more thing taking up room in my home closet.

So in the yacht club dining room, regardless of meal, I should expect the dress up? Or just for dinner?

10 minutes ago, Hammergirl said: So in  So in the yacht club dining room, regardless of meal, I should expect the dress up? Or just for dinner?

No, in the YC, as in the other dining locations, the dress codes are all very casual. When we were in the YC last December, I do not remember seeing swimsuits (maybe I just missed them), but remember that the YC has its own private grill out in the pool area that is very good. I think anything reasonable is fine in the YC; shorts, for example, will be fine.

18 minutes ago, Hammergirl said: So in  So in the yacht club dining room, regardless of meal, I should expect the dress up? Or just for dinner?

To make sure that I am clear, the dress codes are for the evenings only and do not really apply to the YC. Dressy casual is the code every night in the YC, even formal nights. However, there may be a few that do dress up; their choice

16 minutes ago, sptrout said:   To make sure that I am clear, the dress codes are for the evenings only and do not really apply to the YC. Dressy casual is the code every night in the YC, even formal nights. However, there may be a few that do dress up; their choice

Ok thanks! I don’t want to get the stare down from others if I am not dressed appropriately.

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Dress codes do apply in the YC.

57 minutes ago, CruisingFox27 said: Dress codes do apply in the YC.

True to a point, but do not expect to see many tuxes, or coats and ties. Maybe different when sailing in Europe, but dressy casual in the Caribbean.  No difference in our experience than sailing on Celebrity or Princess.

Aloha 1

Just off Seaside on 4/6. Saw no one in YC wearing shorts for dinner. Breakfast and lunch, of course. Most had nice slacks and a button shirt. My son wore a sport coat with open collared shirt one night and he was the best dressed man in the dining room.

gmbhardy

Just off Seaside a couple hours ago. Men are required to wear pants in the evening in the YC dining room. Breakfast and lunch are very casual.  After dinner I changed back into shorts for after dinner drinks in the Top Sail Lounge. Didn’t seem to bother anyone.

29 minutes ago, gmbhardy said: Just off Seaside a couple hours ago. Men are required to wear pants in the evening in the YC dining room. Breakfast and lunch are very casual.  After dinner I changed back into shorts for after dinner drinks in the Top Sail Lounge. Didn’t seem to bother anyone.

Quick question since you just got off the Seaside;  was the gelato and Venchi included?   It seems that there is a great deal of confusion.

Yes. We had a chocolate martini every day at the Venchi 1878 Chocolate Bar on deck six in the ship’s interior (I now know what all the fuss is about) and we also had a gelato and crepe at the Venchi Gelato and Creperie on deck seven near the aft pool. Didn’t even have to ask if they were included. The attendant saw my YC bracelet and encouraged us to try them as they were free for us.

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We are sailing in 40 days. I told the DH to leave his sports coat at home and he is happy. No shorts for us at dinner but I am going to wear capri pants because they look great with my dressy blouses and are comfortable. I am more concerned with men wearing a hat to the table regardless of mealtime than shorts that I cannot really see when seated. Yep, can you tell I am winking at 70. 😉

1 hour ago, Linda the Book Lover said: We are sailing in 40 days. I told the DH to leave his sports coat at home and he is happy. No shorts for us at dinner but I am going to wear capri pants because they look great with my dressy blouses and are comfortable. I am more concerned with men wearing a hat to the table regardless of mealtime than shorts that I cannot really see when seated. Yep, can you tell I am winking at 70. 😉

Capris will be fine and DH will be fine no coat.

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I wore khaki pants, boat shoes, and a button-down short sleeve shirt each casual night and a pair of dress slacks and long sleeve dress shirt (no tie or coat) on elegant nights. My wife a nice dress on casual nights and a little nicer one on elegant nights. I would say about 1/3 of the people dining were dressed like this and about 2/3s a little nicer. But ties were few and far between for men. Coats not uncommon.

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The development of the course stemmed from a need for accessible information with regard to the correct procedures for laying marks and setting a race course. It is suitable for club volunteers looking to gain knowledge about mark laying at the grassroots level through to mark laying for regattas.

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Registration in the Canopi platform will also be required to complete this course. First time users will need to register and enroll in Canopi before being able to access the course. Both registration and enrollment to this course are free of charge and can be accessed through the following link:

You can register for this course via the  RACE OFFICER – MARK LAYER ONLINE COURSE LINK

Upon completion of all course modules you will be processed by Australian Sailing and registered in the national database as a Race Officer – Mark Layer. This qualification will be visible on your MySailor profile.

If you have any further queries regarding the online Race Officer – Mark Layer course, please contact Australian Sailing via  [email protected]  .

sat 13 jul 4:00 pm sat 6:00 pm Annual General Meeting Member Meeting 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm (GMT+10:00) SAVE THE DATE

Members are informed that the Annual General Meeting of Members of Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron Inc. will be held in the Southern Waters Room on Saturday, 13 July 2024 commencing at

Members are informed that the Annual General Meeting of Members of Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron Inc. will be held in the Southern Waters Room on Saturday, 13 July 2024 commencing at 4.00pm .

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07/13/2024 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm (GMT+10:00)

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  1. The Club

    BLAIRGOWRIE YACHT SQUADRON. We're Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron. Our club of over 2,200 people has a long and proud history dating back to the 1950's. Over all that time one thing has been constant; we've come together united by a love of sailing. It's a passion that drives us still, but we also understand that 'getting onto the water ...

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    Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron. 2,173 likes · 71 talking about this. FAMILY | FRIENDSHIP | SAILING - Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron located on the Mornington Peninsula Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron

  3. House Rules

    Dress Code Proper dress is required at all times, including: n At Harbour Court, tasteful casual and sailing attire; at 44th Street, business and dress casual attire. n No blue jeans (except when going on or off the property). n No hats, caps or visors in the Houses. n No bare feet in the Houses or Harbour Court grounds or other buildings.

  4. Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron

    We're Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron. Our club of over 2,200 members has a long and proud history dating back to the 1950's. Over all that time one thing has been constant; we've come together united by a love of Family, Friendship and Sailing. ... 3 January 2024written by Alister Danks Gus McIntyre of Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron has been ...

  5. Facilities

    Saturday 11am - late. Sunday 11am - 5 pm. Summer Opening Hours. Boxing Day - Australia Day. Monday - Sunday. 10am - late. BYS Dress Code: Smart casual, and we do ask that no hats or wet gear are to be worn upstairs. Southern Waters Restaurant Bookings. Please click to here book online or call 03 5925 9600.

  6. The Sailor's Style Guide: How to Dress at a Yacht Club

    It accepts stylish casual wear including clean, neat jeans and shorts for lunch. For dinner, guests are expected to step it up by leaving the denim at home and wearing sports coats. Different areas of a club may also have different dress rules. Bars and outdoor decks tend to more lax and allow casual clothing.

  7. Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron

    About. On Victoria's Southern Mornington Peninsula you'll find Blairgowrie. Only a 75 - 90 minute drive from Melbourne, the Southern Peninsula is one of Victoria's leading holiday areas. Adjacent to famous Sorrento and Portsea, Blairgowrie is on a Peninsula that separates Port Phillip by just 2 kilometres from the surf beaches and Bass ...

  8. Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron Marina

    Berth Sizes: 8 to 25m. Marina Map. The Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron is a yacht club located in Blairgowrie, Victoria, Australia. It is a recreational boating club that provides its members with a range of facilities and services, including berthing and mooring, a club house, bar and dining facilities, and access to sailing and boating events.

  9. Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron Newsletter

    Thursday - Dinner Friday - Lunch and Dinner Saturday - Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Sunday - Breakfast and Lunch Bookings can be made by contacting the office on 03 5988 8453 or [email protected] making a booking after office hours, but when the bar is open, please call 03 5988 8453 and press menu option 1 for the bar when prompted (please note this after hours phone booking option ...

  10. PDF Policies and Procedures

    Club House Dress Code Policy #25 - Revised 08-20-2018 SUBJECT: Captain's Table Dress Code POLICY: This policy defines the appropriate dress codes for the Captains Table dining areas. At all times: o Shirts and shoes are required in the Clubhouse. o Gentlemen must remove their hats when in the Main Dining Room, Bar and Deck.

  11. A Guide for Members

    on any of the Club uniforms, to include Mess Dress, Class A Service Dress or Class B Blazer with Club patch. Only Club members may wear a Membership Pin. Other Club-affiliated pins, such as the Senior Member pin, or pins showing support of the New York Yacht Club Foundation or American Magic, may be worn with a Club uniform. Member Ties

  12. Yacht club dress codes

    Certainly. My club has many social events in our fine clubhouse in London, with dress codes which range from casual ( for young members) on to lounge suit , on to black tie (evening dress) and even to one level more formal. Each event organiser selects the dress code as appropriate to the formality of the event.

  13. Membership

    When you choose to join Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron, you're doing more than just signing on for a sail. Because no matter how you choose to use your membership - Off The Beach, Keelboat sailing, recreational and power boating and learn to sail programs for all ages - you're joining a community of people who love being in and around the water little words - Family, Friendship, Sailing ...

  14. Black Rock Yacht Club Dress Code and Phone Etiquette

    Effective August 1, 2022 adults are required to wear tennis attire that is 50% white. A white top or white bottom is required. BRYC tennis attire with our burgee is available in the ship store. Pool. Bathing suits and bathing attire may be worn, along with a cover-up to and from the pool. Shoes or sandals must be worn.

  15. Yacht Club Dress Code

    Khaki shorts, but shorts. MSC's dress code is similar to all mainstream cruise lines in that the dress code is primarily for when you are in the MDR only, which allows all to change back into their normal evening clothes, if desired, after dinner. It used to be that the dress codes were for the entire evening (6 PM on).

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  17. Dress Code

    Dress Code. "Yacht Club Casual" is the watchword when it comes to appropriate dress at the Yacht Club. Gentlemen wear collared shirts or turtlenecks with bermuda shorts (no Cargo Shorts) or slacks. Jackets are not required except for special events. For the ladies, it's casual, smart tops with pants, shorts or skirts, or dresses. For full ...

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  19. Dining & Bar

    It's a great spot to grab some lunch before heading out sailing and is open every day from Boxing Day through to Australia Day for take-away coffee, cold drinks, ice creams and snacks 7.30am - 5pm. Our dining and bar facilities are available to members and member's guest subject to the guest policy.

  20. Edgartown Yacht Club Dress Code

    Dress Code. We respectfully request that members and guests uphold our dress code traditions. Children are expected to observe the same dress code as adults. ... Edgartown Yacht Club 1 Dock St | PO Box 1309 Edgartown, MA 02539 (508) 627-4361 | [email protected] EYC Sailing Center 25 Chappaquiddick Road Edgartown, MA 02539 ...

  21. DRESS CODE DAYTIME GENERAL

    DRESS CODE. The Dress Code reflects Club traditions and standards of excellence. All Members, Guests and Juniors 10 years of age and older are asked to honour the Code at all times. Members are asked to inform their Guests, including nurses, nannies and anyone accompanying them, of the Dress Code and are responsible for their compliance.

  22. What's on

    BLAIRGOWRIE YACHT SQUADRON. Let's get together. There's always something exciting at BYS and you're invited to dive in and explore the range of events and social groups that help make the club a great place to spend some time. Come join us?

  23. Dress Code

    Dress Code. ATTIRE: Shoes are required in the Clubhouse or on the Commodore's Porch at all times. Bathing suits are not permitted in the Clubhouse at any time, but are permitted on the Commodore's Porch with a cover-up until 6:00 p.m. No hats on gentlemen at dinner. The following information defines three types of attire: WOMEN. Sport ...