Situated on the River Medway and ideally suited for sailing the River Medway and the Thames Estuary
We are recreational boaters swapping nautical jokes, boating stories and boat safety tips in our lighthearted newsletter and club web pages. Be sure and also check out our very popular printable calendar!
Located in York, Maine. Creating a community who enjoy being on the water, and teaching children the art of sailing and seamanship. Contains history, photos and membership information.
Since its founding in 1924, ALAMITOS BAY YACHT CLUB has emphasized three things: excellence in sailboat racing, a family atmosphere and the enjoyment of sailing in all its phases. We hope you have an opportunity to visit our beautiful facility with its ideal location on Alamitos Bay. ABYC offers easy access to one of the finest racing areas in the world and the rich cruising destinations of Santa Catalina and other Channel Islands.
Alamitos Bay offers sheltered waters for sailing, swimming and sunning on sandy beaches just a short stroll from our facilities. Our members enjoy hosting national, regional and world championship regattas as well as maintaining a diverse cruising schedule. The active Junior Program works to instill a love of sailing as well as racing skills in all of its participants. Over 400 families are members of ALAMITOS BAY YACHT CLUB.
APYC is the oldest continually operating club in Victoria and was established in 1871.
We have a proud history over 130 years and we are still making history with our contribution to the community. Other information APYC is a safe and convenient place to learn to sail and participate in regular competition – all this in the heart of the city.
Our sailing calendar includes both a winter and summer season.
We pride ourselves on being the most welcoming club in Victoria.
Albert Park Yacht Club offers a safe and convenient place to sail year round in the heart of the city. Add to this a great social calendar that includes some of the best musician’s in the country (thanks to Cliff Ellery and Harmony Row) and you’ve got a pretty good deal!
During the 1990s the club started running its training courses for dinghy sailors as well as hosting the Solo state titles and the Victorian Institute of Sport Olympic Athlete Program for Sailing. Over the years it seemed that APYC has become the unofficial protector of the lake; lobbying against various environmental threats ranging from dredging in 1876 to a bowling alley in 1962 through to constructing a bridge to the island and building a 5 storey restaurant with a carpark for 250 cars and most recently the redirecting of rainfall runoff.
All APYC members realise they are on public land and the Lake belongs to everyone, so everyone is welcome to come and share all of it. Our club takes great pride in making it possible to get the best of all there is to offer.
ABYC exists to; “Foster an interest in sailing” and we provide the facilities to meet this objective.
An active sailing section, marina, convivial pub and excellent restaurant (The Chartroom) with a great view all combine to make ABYC one of the friendliest venues in the Friendly City.
A rich nautical and competitive sailing history with many resident and visiting characters assure you of a unique Port Elizabeth experience.
Competitive sailing takes place every weekend throughout the sailing season and social Wednesday Evening Sailing is open to all who want to; “try before you buy”.
ABYC is conveniently situated within the precincts of the Port Elizabeth Harbour just north of the National Sea Rescue (NSRI) and Port Elizabeth Deep Sea Angling Club (PEDSAC).
Membership is open to all who express an interest and active participation in sailing and offers many benefits.
Anancortes Yacht Club – situated in Washington State, United States
AYC has a very active social and racing program. Large international events such as the Star Class World Championship, Rolex International Womenâ€™s Keelboat Championship, and many North American championships are hosted every year at AYC. Harborside is filled with one design boats (J/22s, J/24s, Etchells, Stars, Melges 24) while the in-the-water boat slips are in high demand. AYC is known worldwide thanks to the members who are prominent in participating in, promoting, and organizing the sport of sailboat racing.
The ACYC Yacht Club’s Sail School wants to bring the sport of sailing into people’s lives. We want to share the excitement, the friendship and those special moments the ocean lets you be part of through sailing.
We want to build a Sailing Program that not only gets people skilled in the sport of sailing but instills team work, respect for nature, healthy competition and self-confidence.
Starting kids at a very young age with our U7 Play sail group allows them to feel comfortable on a dinghy and get a feeling for sailing playfully. Kids from 7yrs to 16yrs will attend Stage 1 through to Stage 4 to become a skilled sailor. We want to guide everyone through the different stages so they learn the most and have fun. That is why we aim at holding Fun Training between lessons to allow students to practice the skills they have learnt by playing games and doing races in a safe environment before moving on to the next stage.
Sailing is a life long learning process and after students have completed courses at ACYC Sail School there is still a lot more to do and learn. We aim at providing high-profile race training for our students to continue to develop and compete in local, national and international events if they want to.
Being involved in competitive training and events teaches you to make decisions fast according to the rules. It teaches you to have a game plan and to use all of what you know to succeed. When you don’t win it teaches you to accept that and find out what you can do better next time by watching your team mates and asking questions.
To us it’s about helping ACYC develop its sailing activities, such as by providing in-house safety boat training to club members they can offer safety cover for others going dinghy sailing independently of ACYC Sail School activities. Even if you don’t wish to get that involved you can still sit at the Yacht Club Restaurant and watch your family and friends on the water.
We want to grow as a club and would like you all to be part of it.
Located on Toronto’s Outer Harbour, site offers club information, and racing details calendar of events.
Located just outside Colchester, Essex. Dinghy Sailing on a Reservoir.
Racing, Cruising and Juniors sailing in Arizona, on the California Coast and Mexico. Lake racing near Phoenix. AYC is a club of more than 230 families who sail in the desert, amazing as that may seem. The emphasis is on good times and good sailing, all year long. We have a full racing program, an active cruising group, and education for members and their children. Please look around and learn more about who we are. The membership section carries lots of information for newcomers who want to know about sailing in Arizona or who might be thinking of joining a sailing club. I hope to see you at our next event!
AYC has been built up through many years of effort by people who enjoy the companionship of meaningful work ashore and keen competition on the water. Come visit us at the lake. If you are interested in sailboats we’ll be happy to meet you and show you around the club. We are located on Lake Arlington. Smack dab in the middle of Dallas & Fort Worth