Website of the Austrian Sailing Federation; Website des Oesterreichischen Segel-Verbandes
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.
Babylon Yacht Club was founded in 1903 for two purposes: “..to encourage members to become proficient in the handling of their yachts” and …”to promote sociability and recreation among its members.”
Balboa Yacht Club, with its beautiful setting in Newport Harbor, has evolved since its founding in 1922 to become one of the premier yachting facilities on the West Coast. The contribution of dedicated Officers and Members over the years has resulted in an enthusiastic membership involved in yacht racing, cruising vessels of all kinds and a dedicated Junior Program. In addition, the clubs prowess in Regatta hosting continues to gain national recognition.
Ballena Bay Yacht Club is an all volunteer, non profit organization with approximately 180 members. The club is located in picturesque Ballena Isle Marina on the western side of Alameda, California. From this location members have immediate access to San Francisco Bay
Banbury Sailing Club is a friendly club which welcomes both the keen racer and the family sailor who would like to relax by sailing in beautiful countryside.
Bay Shore Yacht Club. The Bay Shore Yacht Club is a fun-loving group dedicated to boating activities for all ages on the Great South Bay of Long Island. We are located in Bay Shore, New York
The Bellerive Yacht Club is situated at 64 Cambridge Road Bellerive, overlooking Kangaroo Bay. It was established in 1926 to promote and encourage yachting and to provide facilities for its members. It has grown to over 800 members. The club is a family club and partners and children are encouraged to participate in club events and activities.
The Brockport Yacht Club is primarily a Do-It-Yourself sailing club, located on theSouth Shore of Lake Ontario.
Chepstow and District Yacht Club – CDYC web site offers information on this friendly club with safe sheltered moorings on the Severn. Chepstow and District Yacht Club is a small (30 member) sailing club based on the River Severn at Chepstow. The club has moorings at St. Pierre Pill on the river Severn, and meets at 8 pm on the first Wednesday in the month, at the Athletic Club in the nearby village of Mathern – visitors welcome.
Welcome to CRYA! You’ll find a lot to see and do here! Visit our Club Officers, and much more. CRYA was founded 71 years ago to “encourage sailing and racing yachts on the Columbia River and its tributaries.” Original member yacht clubs were: Astoria, Lake Oswego, Portland and the Westport (OR) Boat Club. Dr. Gordon B. Leitch, PYC, was the first President.