Annapolis Maryland Capital Yacht Club
The Annapolis Maryland Capital Yacht Club is
located in the gated community of Chesapeake Landing in Annapolis,
Maryland. Its placement at the northern edge of Eastport offers boaters
instant access to the Severn River and the Chesapeake Bay. AMCYC offers
lovely views of Annapolis, the Naval Academy and the Chesapeake Bay
Bridge, making time at berth a splendid experience in itself.
Annapolis Yacht Club
Founded as an informal canoe club in 1883, the
Annapolis Yacht Club has built a tradition of excellence. Our mission is
to encourage and support a wide range of boating activities, and to
provide and maintain a suitable clubhouse and associated facilities for
the recreational and social use of its members.
Aquia Harbour Yacht Club
The Aquia Harbour Yacht Club is a recreational
boating group that strives to promote safe boating practices through
education for its members and the community. Established in 1975, the
club has strived to meet its mandate of boating safety, education, the
environment and fun.
Aquia Creek is now known as Potomac Boaters.
Party on the Potomac moved and merged their operations under the Aquia Creek banner to become Potomac Boaters.
Baltimore City Yacht Club
The Baltimore City Yacht Association (BCYA)
exists to organize, sponsor, and promote sailing on the Chesapeake Bay,
in and around the Baltimore (Maryland, USA) harbor.
Baltimore Yacht Club
BYC traces its roots to 1891 when the original
Baltimore Yacht Club was formed in Baltimore City. Sue Island became its
home with the incorporation of Baltimore Yacht Club, Inc. in 1939.
Chesapeake Bay Yacht Club
The CBYCA is a viable, non-profit, volunteer,
Premier Association of Yacht Clubs dedicated to the concerns and
interests of its Member Clubs, safe boating, quality legislation
regarding recreational boating, and the Bay environment.
Chesapeake Bristol Club
The Chesapeake Bristol Club is also known as the
Bristol Club and just CBC. CBC is a group of sailors who enjoy sailing
the Bay and the fellowship of others who have the same interest in
boating. Our history goes back to 1974.
Chesapeake Yacht Club
Perhaps more important than choosing between a
Sea Ray express cruiser, Carver aft cabin, Bayliner cockpit cruiser,
Hatteras sports fisherman, Hunter, Beneteau, Caliber, Catalina,
Halberg-Rassy or Silverton motor yacht is the selection of the right
boating facility for your family. Most marinas are merely places to keep
your boat, where any interaction between boaters is done on a private
Classic Yacht Club
Classic Yacht Club of America was formed to
encourage the preservation and restoration of classic water craft to as
near original condition as possible. Further, it was established to
encourage rendezvous and other social gatherings, to collect information
on classic watercraft, and to act as a reference source.
Colonial Yacht Club
Colonial Yacht Club, Colonial Beach, VA, was
formed in October, 1973. The Town is located on the Potomac River about
40 miles north of Pt. Lookout and 65 miles south of Washington, D.C. The
Colonial Beach Yacht Center is a full-service marina at the mouth of
Monroe Bay and is home to many of the Club\'s members. CYC members also
tie-up at Parker\'s Marina, Winkie Doodle Point Marina, Nightingale
Motel and Marina and Stanford\'s Marine Railway - all in Monroe Bay; and
Harbor view Marina in Mattox Creek.
Corinthian Yacht Club
The Corinthian Yacht Club is located in Ridge
Maryland. Steeped in history, the Corinthian Yacht Club is over 100
Cruising Club of Virginia
The Cruising Club of Virginia Inc. (CCV) is a
southern Chesapeake Bay sailing organization that offers a full season
of sailing programs which includes racing, workshops, and social
activities. Through the promotion and management of these spring through
fall programs for the past 44 years, CCV has established itself as the
major focal point for providing offshore handicap racing sailors a forum
for organizing their respective fleet racing activities in the southern
Chesapeake Bay. Through the efforts of many dedicated yachtsmen, CCV
continues to establish and annually publish race management instructions
for each sailing season in the annual CCV Racing Guide.
Dahlgren Yacht Club
The Dahlgren Yacht Club is a Morale, Welfare,
and Recreation (MWR), Non-Appropriated Fund Instrumentality (NAFI)
organization. Regular membership is open to all military personnel, and
to Federal Civilian Employees who are assigned to NSWC Dahlgren, VA, or
its tenant commands and activities.
District Yacht Club
The District Yacht Club (DYC) is one of the
properties on what is known as Boathouse Row; this designation is given
to a narrow stretch of Anacostia Park on the west side of the Anacostia
River at 11th Street, SE, Washington, DC. The District Yacht Club has a
clubhouse facility, 45 slips and a committed membership dedicated to
boating safety, environmental safety and compliance, and family fun.
Eastport Yacht Club
Eastport Yacht Club is located in the Maritime
Republic of Eastport, or MRE, an eclectic neighborhood just across the
Spa Creek from Annapolis, Maryland, USA. We are an active yacht club of
500 members whose common goal is to have fun on the water. Our home port
on the Chesapeake Bay is located in one of the best yachting locations
in the world.
Fairfax Yacht Club
Fairfax Yacht Club is a first class, year round,
recreational yachting facility with 170 open and covered slips
accommodating boats up to 50-feet in length. The facility is designed
and operated with the active boating family in mind.
Fairfax Yacht Club offers many resort features including a beautifully
landscaped clubhouse, picnic stations, bath houses, private secure
parking, and a pump out station. For peace of mind, Fairfax Yacht Club
has limited access through a secured key-card entry system.
Fort Washington Boating Association
Fort Washington Marina is in a unique secluded
location and it is the FWBA family that gives a whole new meaning to
“marina life”. We are an enthusiastic, energetic and a fast-growing
association that enjoys boating and a variety of other activities. We
are always looking for others who are interested in promoting boating
and other water events to consider membership into our association.
George Town Yacht Club
The GYC is open to all boating enthusiasts and
is comprised typically of members docked at the attractive marinas or
living in the communities near the headwaters of the Sassafras River.
Goose Harbor Yacht Club
Goose Harbor Marina is a full-service, family
oriented, 200 slip marina conveniently located in the Middle River area
of Baltimore County, on the Chesapeake Bay. Located on eight acres of
the northern most tip of the Bowleys Quarters peninsula, Goose Harbor
affords a protected harbor for safe boat dockage with easy, fast
accessibility to the Chesapeake Bay.
Hampton Roads Power Squadron
The Hampton Roads Power Squadron is a non-profit
organization, dedicated to safe boating education and promoting high
standards of navigation and seamanship. The squadron is a unit of
District 5 of the United States Power Squadrons (USPS) ®. The squadron
has over 70 members, divided between power boaters and sailors. Several
times a year we conduct boater safety classes for the general public,
and throughout the year, we teach advanced and elective courses for our
members. A member can progress from basic boating knowledge to advanced
navigation through the comprehensive courses offered. Members can also
take courses in marine electronics, sail, engine maintenance, cruise
planning, weather, and many other specialty interests.
Hampton Yacht Club
In 1903 Hampton\'s boating enthusiasts founded
the Virginia Yacht Club and in 1906 issued stock and erected a clubhouse
on pilings at the foot of Victoria Boulevard. Interest dwindled during
the Great War and the clubhouse fell into disrepair. In 1926 six men,
not associated with the Virginia Yacht Club, formed the Hampton Yacht
Club (HYC) and were ceded gratis the property of the old club. Since
that time, HYC has been a yachting and social center of the Virginia
Herring Bay Yacht Club
Herring Bay Yacht Club (HBYC) was established in
1954 to \\\"foster, encourage and further the sport of yachting.\\\" Our
members are actively engaged in cruising, land based social events,
educational, and community service activities.
Indian Creek Yacht Club
Indian Creek Yacht and Country Club, founded in
1955, is considered one of the most congenial and active clubs in
Virginia. Ultimate in its country club concept, Indian Creek caters to
those who have chosen to spend their time in the attractive and pleasant
Tidewater region of Virginia. The Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries
flow through the region, as well as through the hearts of those who
choose to belong to Indian Creek. The Club, now as when it was founded,
carries a reputation of service, excellence, and beauty that is
Landmark Yacht club
The purpose of the LANDMARK YACHT CLUB, INC. is
to serve the interest of boating, to defend against discriminatory
legislation and burdensome taxation, to prevent the pollution of
neighboring recreational waters, to stimulate a greater interest in
boating among the citizens in the area served by the club, to develop a
fraternal spirit among local outdoor enthusiasts, to provide a medium
for the exchange of boating information, to own or lease property for
the club uses, to maintain adequate dock facilities and to do all other
things which will tend to further interest in boating generally.
Maryland Cruising Club
The Maryland Cruising Club was founded in 1954
by a small group of friends with the idea to establish a social boating
club whose members would cruise the Chesapeake Bay and surrounding areas
together in an atmosphere of friendship, fun and safety
Maryland Yacht Club
We are one of the friendliest and most active
yacht clubs on the Chesapeake Bay! Maryland Yacht Club covers over eight
acres of beautiful waterfront at the end of Fairview Beach Road in
Pasadena Maryland. It is situated at the entrance to Rock Creek and
commands a grand view of the Patapsco River on one side and Rock Creek
on the other.
Middle Potomac Power Squadron
Chartered in September 2001, with 62 charter
members, the Mid-Potomac Power Squadron is one of the youngest squadrons
in District 5 of the United States Power Squadrons. USPS® is America’s
largest and oldest nonprofit recreational / educational boating
organization and is dedicated to making boating safer and more enjoyable
by teaching classes in basic boating, seamanship, navigation and related
subjects. Our members are boating families who contribute to their
community by promoting safe boating through education and participate in
a wide variety of social activities, both on and off the water, such as
dinners, rendezvous (joint multi-squadron on water events), and cruises.
Mount Vernon Yacht club
Mount Vernon Yacht club is located at the
confluence of Dogue Creek and the Potomac River in Mount Vernon,
Virginia. It is in Yacht Haven Estates sub-division, a quiet community,
one and a half miles from the historic Mount Vernon Estate.
Our club offers a wide variety of activities for members including an
active swim team, a power fleet, a sail fleet, and many other activities
and social events year-round.
National Potomac Yacht Club
Washington\'s National Potomac Yacht Club
welcomes all power boating enthusiasts. This non-profit organization was
established in 1963, for boating pleasure, recreation, education, and
The NPYC is located at Columbia Island Marina -- off the George
Washington Memorial Parkway -- in the national park across from the
Norfolk Yacht Club
Welcome to the Norfolk Yacht and Country Club!
As our original constitution states, our purpose is to promote sociable
relationships and enduring friendships among a compatible membership and
to promote an interest in yachting and boating, tennis, squash, swimming
and other sports. Our club has succeeded in providing those results for
over 110 years.
Northern Virginia Boaters
NVB and this site were founded in October, 2000
as a means for providing those who love boating the Potomac and
Chesapeake Bay a forum for keeping in touch and knowing what is going
on. There are NO DUES and the only cost our members have ever seen is
associated with buying a burgee!
What we do however is enjoy our time on the water together and meeting
new members. Each year we host our Season Kickoff at Tims, the
SwimPlatform Picnic, on the water, a Dock Crawl at Hoffmasters with live
entertainment and much more.
Northern Virginia Power Squadron
Northern Virginia Sail and Power Squadron
(NVSPS) is a local boating club that is part of the United States Power
Squadrons®, a national, non-profit organization with over 450 local
chapters called squadrons. Our organization is dedicated to making
recreational sail and power boating safer and more enjoyable by
providing education, civic service and social activities. NVSPS is part
of District 5, which encompasses the mid-Atlantic region of the east
Occoquan Yacht Club
Where do you keep your boat? That\'s right, the
club is wherever our members are. OYC has members in every marina on the
river from Washington to Quantico plus some out-of-towners who keep in
touch with a network of friends that has been growing steadily since
OYC\'s founding in 1984. There is no clubhouse, which means no
The Old Dominion Boat Club was organized in
July, 1880 to combine physical fitness and sport with a social
atmosphere. The very first members were \"Alexandrians of the highest
order\", leaders of the business, civic and social corridors. The early
members were canoeists, swimmers, sailing and rowing enthusiast and
eventually power-boating was added to the water sports activities.
Old Point Comfort Yacht Club
We are located at Fort Monroe, in Hampton, VA.
We are an organization devoted to having fun on the water with friends.
We race sailboats, cruise and party. What\'s not to like? There aren\'t
any stuffed shirts in our club; any of our members will help you out if
you need a hand dropping a mast or installing a fitting.
Party on the Potomac
A boat club representing the entire Potomac
River region. POTP is a well established club with over 1000 members.
Patuxent River Power Squadron
The Patuxent River Sail and Power Squadron is a
unit of the United States Power Squadrons®, District 5 located in
Lexington Park, MD home of the Patuxent River NAS. PRSPS is one of 38
Squadrons in District 5 serving the Southern Maryland counties of
Charles, St. Mary’s and Calvert.
Pentagon Sailing Club
The Pentagon Sailing Club is a volunteer
association dedicated to safe recreational sailing on the Potomac and
Anacostia Rivers, the Chesapeake Bay, and wherever the winds may take
us. We base our operations out of Capital Cove Marina on Bolling Air
Force Base, and maintain a fleet of club-owned sailboats. The PSC offers
classroom training, on-the-water sailing instruction, recreational
sailing, and club charters. We train and qualify our members in
affiliation with the U.S. Naval Sailing Association.
Port of Washington Yacht Club
The Port of Washington Yacht Club (POWYC) was
formed in 2002 to bring boaters together for several reasons. We promote
safe boating and work for a clean, attractive, environmentally healthy
marina and river system. Of course we also organize cruising and social
events to destinations on the Potomac River and beyond for the benefit
of all yacht club members.
Portsmouth Boat Club
We are home to both power and sail enthusiasts.
Our Clubhouse is situated at the foot of Elm Avenue next to beautiful
Scotts Creek in Portsmouth, Virginia.
Potomac River Power Squadron
The Potomac River Power Squadron, founded in
1915, is one of 450 regional squadrons that make up the world\'s largest
boating organization. Located in metropolitan Washington, DC, the
squadron offers to the public, at nominal cost, Boating Courses. Members
enjoy boating and water activities, fascinating speakers at monthly
meetings, and education courses covering topics from Seamanship and
Piloting to Celestial Navigation with electives in other subjects such
as Engine Maintenance, Marine Electronics, Weather, and Sail. As a civic
service, we offer Vessel Safety Examinations at no cost to the public.
Potomac River Yacht Club
The Potomac River Yacht Clubs Association (PRYCA)
held its first formal meeting on September 18, 1971, at the Aqua-Land
Yacht Club. The charter members of PRYCA in attendance were Aqua-Land,
Landmark, National Potomac, Prince George’s and Wicomico Yacht Clubs. At
present, there are twenty member clubs, including two of the Charter
Yacht Clubs: Landmark and National Potomac. The Association continues to
grow, with five new clubs joining in the last three years.
Prince William Yacht Club
Welcome to the Prince William Yacht Club (PWYC)
website. Located on the Occoquan River, just south of the historic town
of Occoquan, VA, the PWYC has grown in both size and commitment. We are
members of the Potomac River Yacht Clubs Association (PRYCA) and the
Chesapeake Bay Yacht Clubs Association (CBYCA) and committed to safe,
fun, family boating through knowledge and experience. Our members are
ready to assist you in any way we can.
Quantico Yacht Club
The QYC is a non-profit, type III organization
operating under the authority of the Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS).
Most of us are boat owners, both sail and power, large and small, few
yachts actually, and some members do not own a boat. All active duty and
retired service members, and other authorized MCCS patrons are eligible
for membership in the QYC. The club sponsors sailing races, holiday
weekend cruises, and a fall crab feast. On race days, some boats are
short of crew members and in need of volunteers. It is easy to
participate even if you know nothing about the sport.
Rappahannock River Yacht Club
RRYC was founded in 1936 in Irvington, Virginia,
to serve the interests of local pleasure boat owners. Together the first
members acquired the present property on Carter\'s Creek off the
Rappahannock River, just down King Carter Drive from Tide\'s Inn.
Red Eye Yacht Club
Welcome to Red Eye Yacht Club (R.E.Y.C) and
thank you for your interest in our club. The R.E.Y.C. is a private
boating club located on scenic Sue Creek in Baltimore County. We are a
member of the Chesapeake Bay Yacht Association. the club was founded in
1963 and since that time has provided slip facilities and a variety of
boating activities for the convenience and enjoyment of its members and
Richmond Power Squadron
Richmond Sail and Power Squadron is a member
unit of the United States Power Squadrons®, situated within District 5
of the USPS®. The Squadron was founded in 1954, is based in Richmond,
Virginia and holds boating activities over a wide area of the lower
Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries.
Seafarers Yacht Club
The Seafarers Yacht Club is a private yacht club
located in Eastport Annapolis, Maryland. The Seafarers have a rich
history of cruising the Chesapeake Bay and it\'s tributaries for over 40
Seaford Yacht Club
The purpose of the Seaford Yacht Club is to
promote and practice yachting, boat sailing, navigation and seamanship;
to provide fun, enjoyment and great times cruising, racing and
socializing with an outstanding group of fellow boaters who gather
together at one of the most beautiful sites in York County--- on the
waterfront at Back Creek. The Club property includes a clubhouse,
outbuildings and a dock with space for 52 slips.
Solomons Island Yacht Club
Located in the heart of Solomons Island at the
mouth of the Patuxent River, our Clubhouse and docking facilities are
within walking distance of many fine restaurants, shops, full service
marinas and marine museums. We sincerely invite all card-holding members
of other Yacht Clubs to visit us and enjoy our facility while in the
South Maryland Sailing Association
Our goal is to continue to be the premiere
sailing venue in the Southern Maryland and mid-Chesapeake Bay region.
SMSA hosts the nationally renowned Screwpile regatta and many other
quality racing events for both big and small boats. We are ideally
located in Solomons, MD near some of the finest cruising waters of the
Ware River Yacht Club
Located in Gloucester, VA on the beautiful Ware
River, a tributary of the Mobjack and Chesapeake Bays.
Host of the annual Governor\'s Cup Regatta.
Warwick Yacht and Country Club
The Warwick Yacht & Country Club was created in
1958 by a group of people whose interests were boating and recreation.
The property was purchased, the ground broken and the clubhouse formally
opened on December 26, 1960.
Westmoreland Yachting Association
Westmoreland Yachting Association is a virtual
boat club serving the waters surrounding Westmoreland County, VA. The
Potomac and Rappahannack Rivers, the Chesapeake Bay and all rivers in
between have been visited by our members. Our virtual club began
in 2005 which means we have no particular home base and conduct the
majority of our business through emails. Our focus is varied: to enjoy
the company of boaters and our beautiful waters while maintaining an
emphasis on safety. To learn more about WYA, we invite you to visit our
White Point Yacht Club
Early in the year of 1960, several boaters at
the White Point Marina conceived the idea of forming a yacht club. Using
the bylaws of the New York Yacht Club as a guide, Mr. and Mrs. George O.
Davis and Mr. and Mrs. William D. Selden set to work drawing up bylaws
of the White Point Yacht Club. At the completion of this work, an
organizational meeting was held on May 15, 1960, in Warsaw, Virginia.
Yankee Point Yacht Club
Conveniently located only 10 miles from the
mouth of the Rappahannock River, Yankee Point is located on Myer Creek
just off the Corrotoman River on the Northern Neck of Virginia. There is
excellent sailing in protected, deep waters only a mile from the docks.
York River Yacht Club
The York River Cup is a long-standing,
club-sponsored event sanctioned by the Chesapeake Bay Yacht Racing
Association that attracts many boats each year. We combine cruises and
social outings to great locations like Mobjack Bay and the North River.