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Astoria Yacht Club reciprocity information for our guests:
Full reciprocal club moorage information is available in the AYC Reciprocal Guest book located at the West Basin Marina office. Visitors should contact the Port of Astoria Marina office before arrival to ascertain if an open slip is available.
Marina Office: 503-325-8279 or Fax 503-325-4525 - Fuel Dock 503-325-2101
General ground rules for guests are:
Two slips available on first come first serve basis.
Visiting vessels are allowed on night complimentary mooring in any two-week period.
Guests must pay when registering and get a receipt to forward to us for reimbursement.
Please abide by all mooring basin rules and regulations.
Notes: This data listing is an extract of information received from our reciprocal clubs, further detail is maintained in the AYC reciprocity letter file and our website.
We have added: Web site and email addresses of other clubs (when provided)
Anacortes Yacht Club
NE end of Cap Sante Boat Haven Email:
Anacortes, WA Web: www:anacortesyachtclub.org
Club Phone: 360-293-5277
Mooring location: End of “O” dock
2 slips - “O” 91 (50 ft max) and “O” 98 (33 ft max) No reservations, first come first served. Sign in at the kiosk and fly your burgee. Rafting must be permitted to 2 abreast limit, no overhang into fairway. Electrical hookup available for $5 a night.
Bellingham Yacht Club
2625 Harbor Loop EMail:
Bellingham, WA 98225 Web: www.byc.org
Club phone: 360-733-7390
Plan your course so as to arrive around the west end of the breakwater; a green buoy about 100' out off the end, and a red buoy on the breakwater’s end will help you; there is also a pair of range marks on the shore to guide you in. Turn to starboard around the rock breakwater, you will pass fish houses and a frozen food facility to port, with a large “ICE” sign atop them. Continue around to port, past the Gate 1 Fuel Dock. Continue back toward shore. As you near the shore, you will see the BYC dock parallel to the shore and directly in front of the BYC Clubhouse building (Club rooms are on the lower floor, with the restaurant above). Take any available slip not marked “reserved”. Visits limited to three nights stay. First night is free. Additional nights at $0.50/ foot.
Birch Bay Village Yacht Club
8055 Cowichan Road EMail:
Birch Bay, WA 98230 Web: www.bbvyc.com
BBV Office: 360-371-7744
Give shoreline a wide berth before turning toward turning between channel markers. Upon arrival, follow registration instructions posted at guest dock. Visitors must show current YC membership card and fly club burgee while at the dock. Guest moorage limited to 72 hours and is free for your stay. Limit 3 stays per calendar year. Water and electric at dock. 150 foot guest dock.
Bremerton Yacht Club
2700 Yacht Haven Way EMail:
Bremerton, WA 98312 Web: bremertonyachtclub.org
Visitors register with Facilities Manager/Caretaker. Show current membership card. Located on Bremertons Phinney Bay, south side of Port Washington Narrows. Moorage available on a first come first serve basis, 2 weeks moorage per year, first 3 days free, $5/day thereafter. $3/day power charge.
Brownsville Yacht Club
9756A Ogle Rd, NE EMail:
Bremerton, WA 98310 Web: www.brownsvilleyachtclub.org
Port of Brownsville: 360-692-5498 or VHF 16/66A
Visitors must fly club burgee and show current membership card. Forms for reciprocal privileges at the Port of Brownsville. The Port of Brownsville is located in Burke Bay on the western shore of Port Orchard Waterway, between Bremerton and Keyport, approx Lat/Long: 47 39.16 N, 122 36.74 W. Rafting not permitted in reciprocal slips. Moorage facilities include, power (additional fee), fresh water, restrooms and the Brownsville Deli/Store. Laundry, propane, garbage and recycling are onsite. Diesel and gas available at the end of "A" dock. Pump-out located on the breakwater as you make turn into marina at the head of breakwater to the left.
Moorage available on a first come first serve basis, not to exceed 48 hours. Guests limited to two days per calendar month and four moorage days per calendar year. Limit of 2 boat guest moorage at the Port of Brownsville Marina per day.
Burrard Yacht Club
10 Gostick Place EMail:
North Vancouver, BC V7M 3G3 Web:
North Vancouver - west of Mosquito Creek Marina. Welcome visitors. Bring current membership card to the work shop office and register as soon as possible after arriving. Club keys for the gate and facilities are available. Fly your club burgee at all times. 7 days maximum stay in one year, first 24 hours free, $1.00 per foot thereafter
Capital City Yacht Club
10630 Blue Heron Road EMail:
Sidney, BC V9L 5S6 Web: ccyc.ca
PLEASE FOLLOW DREDGED CHANNEL CAREFULLY. Place appropriate CANADIAN funds (in cash) in envelopes at visitor's booth and deposit payment in payment deposit box. Temporarily tie up at visitor's dock, and register at visitor's booth at head of dock. Depth 5 feet at low tide
When you chose a berth, please enter your name and date of arrival on the "visitor's list". Unless it is very late in the day, please move to a vacant berth to clear the visitor dock. Ask any club member to give you a key from the drawer. Vessels must not be left unattended overnight. Please return CCYC key into a drop box before you leave the reciprocal berth. Please take time to sign our guest book!
Two days free moorage twice a year, then further time at $.50 per foot, no more than 9 days annually. We are located in south-western portion of Blue Heron Basin, in the western end of Tsehum Harbor.
Cathlamet Yacht Club
PO Box 665 EMail:
Cathlamet, WA 98612 Web: www.cathlametyachtclub.org
The Cathlamet Yacht Club would like to extend reciprocal moorage privileges to your
membership at the Elochoman Marina at Cathlamet , Washington. Elochoman Marina is located 28 miles upriver from the Columbia Bar. The Reciprocal Privileges work like this:
-CYC will extend one night’s moorage on a first come, first served basis.
- Visiting Vessel is allowed to use CYC’s one night moorage once every two weeks.
- Guests shall abide by all mooring basin rules and regulations.
-Visiting members must fly their burgees and show their current membership card to the Port at the time of registration.
Clover Island Yacht Club
104 Clover Island Drive, suite 101 EMail:
Kennewick, WA 99336 Web: cloverislandyachtclub.com
We are located 285.0 nautical miles upriver from the mouth of the Columbia River, at
46º12.95’ N/119º 06.69’ W and 3.0 miles upriver from the Snake River mouth. 3 day overnight stay. Tie up at the guest dock and fill out the registration form located at our gate. Have your yacht club membership card available and fly your burgee at the dock. No rafting is allowed.
Columbia River Yacht Club
37 NE Tomahawk Island Drive EMail:
Portland, OR 97217 Web: www.cryc.com
Club Office 503-289-6561 or 800-646-2792
Call Club office to reserve a moorage space. Once you have arrived, please register with the office staff between 9 am and 5 pm, Monday through Saturday. At that time, the General Manager, Richard Ransome or one of the staff members will be able to assist you with moorage and provide you with an entry gate key. Fly club burgee while moored at dock. "A-Dock" available. One day free, $0.25/ft for additional days. 30 and 50 amp service, fresh water and fuel dock for registered CRYC Guest. Insurance policy for $1 million required, with CRYC named as “Additionally insured”
Corinthian Yacht Club of Bellingham
PO Box 101 EMail:
Bellingham, WA 98227 Web:
Phone - 360-676-2542
Moorage privileges at Bellingham, Washington’s Squalicum Harbor. Vacant member slips will be used for reciprocity. 24 hour limit.
Corinthian Yacht Club of Seattle
7755 Sea View Ave EMail:
Seattle, WA 98117 Web: cycseattle.org
On arrival at the marina, please call marina office VHF 17, 206-728-3006, or 206-601-4089 for assignment. For details, see the Marina Website:
Does not take reciprocal reservations. CYC Seattle will reimburse visiting members of yacht clubs exchanging reciprocal privileges for up to two nights moorage per year, limited to two vessels per night on a first come, first served basis, if they go by the marina office,pick up a reciprocal moorage form, and submit it to our CYC office.
Office phone number is (206) 728-3006.
Corinthian Yacht Club of Tacoma
5624 Marine View Dr EMail:
Tacoma, WA 98422 Web: www.cyct.com
Dock Street Marina (in front of the Glass Museum, on the Foss Waterway in downtown Tacoma. Make reservations with Dock Street Marina as you would any other marina in the area. Reservation phone number is: 253-572-2524. We can reserve up to one night per month and two nights per calendar year. Reimbursement with be paid at regular rates for boats up to 50'. There is no guarantee of slip availability. Reservations on first come, first served basis, they can be made in advance. Qualified guests should submit their paid receipt along with a copy of the current yacht club membership card directly to Corinthian Yacht Club of Tacoma for re-imbursement of the moorage only. Please indicate your yacht club for our records. CYCT address is: 5624 Marine Drive, Tacoma, WA 98422.
Crescent Beach Yacht Club
12555 Crescent Rd EMail:
South Surrey, BC V4A 2V4, Web: www.cbyc.info
Marina Office: 604-538-9666
Crescent Beach YC: 604-538-9559
Call ahead, identify yourself, club and provide details concerning your boat and advise them that you enjoy reciprocal privileges with CBYC. Fly club burgee at dock.
15 and 30 amp power, water, toilets, washroom and laundry facilities. Vacant member slips available for two nights free.
Deep Bay Yacht Club
LAT 49-27.953 LON 124-43.619 Email:
Phone: 250-757-2000 Web: www.dbyc.ca
Phone ahead, Tie up temporarily on East side of clubhouse and check list for available reciprocal slips. Register with marina manager. One night per year free moorage, additional nights at $0.50/ft.
Deep Cove Yacht Club
4420 Gallant Ave. EMail:
North Vancouver, BC V7G 1L2 Web: www.deepcoveyc.com
Club Custodian: 604-929-1009
Contact custodian in advance to verify space is available. Leave your name, club
affiliation and length of vessel, date of arrival and departure, maximum 3 days and a
contact phone number. You will be contacted and provided an access code for the gate and the washroom facilities. Vessels over 39’ cannot be accommodated, and limited moorage available for vessels between 32 and 39 feet.
Fees: First nights - free, Additional nights - $.50/foot (Maximum 3 nights per month) Electricity - (15 amp) $3.00/night, showers - free.
Edmonds Yacht Club
PO Box 256 EMail:
Edmonds, WA 98020 Web: www.edmondsyachtclub.com
Check in lampost near N-32 for guest moorage. 48 hour moorage provided every 7 days for up to 3 yachts. Tie up stern to the dock. Fly your burgee while at the dock. Operations Office at the top of the guest moorage gangway. Port phone: 425-774-0549, VHF Ch 69
Everett Yacht Club
404 14th Street EMail:
Everett, WA 98201 Web: everettyachtclub.com
Phone: (206) 409-6583
100’ of moorage located in front of the yacht club building, just north after entering into Everett Marina. 50 foot maximum. 48 hours of complimentary moorage. Register at drop box at head of ramp.
False Creek Yacht Club
1661 Granville St EMail:
Vancouver, BC V6Z 1N3, Web: fcyc.com
Contact: 604-682-3292 ext123
Visitors fly club burgee, sign in with the Welcome Centre and present current AYC
membership card.The Vancouver Boating Welcome Centre is a joint initiative between the False Creek YC and the City of Vancouver designed to make Vancouver "boater friendly" by helping people find transient moorage, find pump outs, get directions around the city, etc. One night free moorage per season. Pump-out station fee is $10. Facilities include restrooms, showers and laundry.
Flounder Bay Yacht Club
2400 Skyline Way EMail:
Anacortes, WA 98221 Web: fbyc.com
Flounder Bay Yacht Club is located on the west side of Fidalgo Island, north of
Deception Pass and three miles west of downtown Anacortes. F.B.Y.C. is located in the Skyline Marina. Lat and Long: 48°29.40'N 122°40.60'W Procedures: Tie up to the courtesy dock and check the sign out list for available slips. You must fill out the guest register and pay upon arrival. A payment box is located in the laundry room. You must display a burgee at all times and be prepared to show your yacht club ID card. Slips range in size from 30' to 44'. Occasionally there are 50' slips available. No overhangs over the dock are allowed, and no more than 4' of overhang past the pilings. Moorage is limited to 5 days per calendar year. The first night is free, electricity is $3.00 for the first night. The moorage fee of $10 per day for days 2 thru day 5 includes power.
Hayden Island Yacht Club
12050 N Jantzen Dr. EMail:
Portland, OR 97217 Web: haydenislandyachtclub.com
Contact: 503-816-8000 503-283-2444
Contact an officer for keys to security gates and clubhouse. Space available with shore power hook up and water. One nights moorage at any Columbia Crossings marina (Jantzen, Hayden, Tomahawk Island)
International Yacht Club of British Columbia
Box 75339 EMail:
White Rock, BC V4A 0B1 Web: www.iycbc.ca
Register reciprocity with I.Y.C. at the Harbor Master's office. Customs clearance is
available at the White Rock pier in Semiahmoo Bay. Upon entering Drayton Harbor, Blaine Marina is the first entrance to port and is marked by a red triangle. The sign points the way to the transient float, the long float directly in front of the office. Contact harbor office on VHF 68.
One night free moorage with a maximum of two nights per month per boat on first
come/first served basis.
King Harbor Yacht Club
280 Yacht Club Way EMail:
Redondo Beach, CA 90277-2049 Web: khyc.org
Contact: (310) 376-2459
KHYC offers 180’ of guest dock located in front of the Clubhouse; first come first served.
The first three nights are free. The maximum duration of a visit is seven (7) nights in a thirty (30) day period.
Kingston Cove Yacht Club
PO Box 81 EMail:
Kingston, WA 98346-081 Web: kcyc.org
Contact: 360-297- 3371
After docking, register at the Port Office and show your current YC membership card. You may receive the combination to the restrooms and Laundry rooms from the Port personnel. Please fly AYC burgee while docked. Club telephone: 360-297-3371
Two 50 foot slips available on first come first served basis. First night's moorage free, subsequent nights $.30/foot for up to three consecutive nights total stay. There is a nominal $4 per day dock charge for all boats which includes power.
Kitslano Yacht Club
2401 Point Grey Road Email:
Vancouver, B.C., V6K 1A1 Web: kitslanoyachtclub.com
Call before arrival: 604-730-1646
Longview Yacht Club
P. O. Box 1730 EMail:
Longview, WA 98632 Web: lyc1932.org
Port Captain, Dave Williams 360-425-0887
For assistance with gas and moorage, call Dave Williams 425-0887. 2 days overnight moorage. Arrangements should be made in advance.
Lopez Island Yacht Club Updated: 2017
PO Box 22 Email:
Lopez Island, WA 98261 Web: lopezislandyachtclub.com
Register with the Lopez Islander Marina and present your membership card to the
harbormaster. Fly your AYC burgee while at the dock.
Two slips Oct 1-May 15. One slip May 16-Sept 31. No slips available Memorial Day
weekend, Week of July 4th, and Labor Day weekend. 1 visit per boat per month.
Nanaimo Yacht Club Updated: 2017
400 Newcastle Ave. EMail:
Nanaimo, BC V9S 4JI Web: www.nanaimoyc.ca
Contact: (250) 754-7011
NOTE: First look for moorage on the outside of K and L floats. If necessary, proceed to Visitor Check-in Zone, approximately 45 foot, marked by yellow paint, at
the southern end of "H" Dock for vessels to tie up temporarily. This will allow visitors to
dock, contact the staff and coordinate moorage. See caretaker. Southern end of
Newcastle Channel, Nanaimo Harbor, register on arrival. Visitors must fly club burgee
and show current membership card and proof of $1 million dollar liability coverage.
400 feet – outside the east and south breakwater. 10-30 feet depth – Max. length 60’. First night free, then $0.75/foot per night. Power: 30 amp, $5 per day. Limit 5 days per month. Power: 30 amp, $5 per day. First come first serve, no reservations.
Navy Yacht Club
PO Box 12217 Email:
Everett, WA 98206-2217 Web: www.nyceinfo.org
Port of Everett, Dock Master 425-259-6001
Check in with Port of Everett Dock Master upon arrival. Moorage assigned on a first
come first served basis, two slip available. Check in on VHF Channel 68 or 425-259-
6001 prior to arrival. Must show current membership card when registering and request reciprocal moorage w/Navy Yacht Club. Visitors must fly club burgee. Reciprocal
visits limited to one night per month per vessel.
Oak Harbor Yacht Club Updated: 2017
1301 SE Catalina Drive Email:
Oak Harbor, WA 98277 Web: ohyc.org
Oak Harbor Yacht Club is located in Oak Harbor, on the eastern side of Whidbey Island.
The club reciprocal moorage is at the south end of "F" dock. Enter the marina via the
south gate. The first four 40' slips immediately to port (#48, 49, 50, 51) are provided for
reciprocal as posted. Lat and Long: 48°17.03'N 122°38.16'W CAUTION: The approach to Oak Harbor is well marked, but stay in the channel. Northwest of the #2 red buoy are several "expensive" rocks. These are often covered or awash. Some of the markers are not illuminated and the background city lights may confuse the first time visitor at night. Limit length of stay to 2 days/month. These slips are not available 3rd week in July during race week! Reservations are not available. Check in with the harbormaster to obtain a gate key.
There is no charge, but "check in" is requested to justify continued funding. Be prepared to show your membership card and please fly your club burgee.
Oakland Yacht Club
Pacific Marina Email: gm@oaklandyachtclub
Alameda, CA 94501 Web: www.oaklandyachtclub.net
Contact: (510) 522-6868
Reciprocity available by reservation, please call ahead.
Docks w/110-VAC, 30 amp[ service and fresh water. Pump out station is located in
adjacent marina. Fuel may be purchased at Jack London Square, a short distance
away. No charge on first night in harbor. A charge of $10 per boat, for each subsequent night, will be collected before the close of business on the afternoon of your departure. Driver's license or $20 deposit for clubhouse/marina gate key.
Olympia Yacht Club Updated: 2017
201 N Simmons St. EMail:
Olympia, WA 98501 Web: olympiayachtclub.org
175 feet of dock space designated as “guest” moorage on the most southerly OYC dock, in front of the yacht club. Moorage will be free for 48 hours. Limit 5 days per year.
Orcas Island Yacht Club Updated: 2017
P. O. Box 686 Phone: 206-465-3460
Eastsound, WA 98245 Web: oiyc.org
Location is West Sound, Orcas Island. 48 deg 38 min N 122 deg 57.7 min W. The
yellow zone on the east side of the dock is reserved for OIYC
members only.When cruising in the San Juan Islands except on the first Sunday
in May and the second weekend in November.
OIYC dock – 200’ (unattended) No reservations – Maximum stay 48 hours. No power
nor water. Fuel nearby. Picnic area & barbecue, showers and restrooms.
Oro Bay Yacht Club Updated: 2017
10411 Narrows Drive EMail:
Anderson Island, WA 98303 Web:orobayyc.us
Phone: (253) 884-4342
Located in the SE quadrant of Anderson Island. Outer Oro Bay lies to the west of a line between Cole Pt and Lyle Pt., and the entrance to the inner bay is between the privately maintained red and green buoys. Please pay attention to these buoys when entering and exiting the inner bay as the water depth can be quite shallow, although it should be sufficient to accommodate full keel boats even at low tide. Rafting encouraged where possible, 48 hours complimentary moorage. Electricity (30 amp) $5.00/day. Privileges to two vessels at one time and visits shall not exceed one stay in any 30 day period.
Point Roberts Yacht Club Updated: 2017
PO Box 889
Point Roberts, WA 98281 Web: www.pointrobertsyachtclub.com
Harbor Office: (360) 945-2255
Marina Club: 360-945-2166
Prior to arrival, contact the Marina and identify which club you represent and that you are seeking reciprocal privileges with Point Roberts Yacht Club. The Marina office is located on the second floor with hours of Mon-Sat 9:00 to 5:00. They will direct you to a slip. In the event you are unable to contact the Marina after hours, call security at 360-945-2166. 48 hours moorage at $5.00 per day, after which $1.25/foot/day. Privileges are extended to two vessels at one time and visits shall not exceed one stay per year. Electricity (30 amp) $5.00/day.
Port Angeles Yacht Club Updated: 2017
P. O. Box 692 EMail:
Port Angeles, WA Web: www.payc.org
Moorage on first come, first served basis. Reimbursement will be made by sending
PAYC your moorage receipt and a copy of your current club membership card. Mail to
PAYC Reciprocal Chairman, PO Box 692, Port Angeles, WA 98362.
PAYC will reimburse not to exceed $25 per night for two nights moorage in any calendar month, three nights per year per boat.
Port Ludlow Yacht Club Updated: 2017
P. O. Box 65338 Email:
Port Ludlow, WA 98365-0338 Web: www.plyc.us
Port Captain:(360) 437-0513 VHF 16/68
Contact the Port Ludlow Marina office (360) 437-0513 or VHF 16/68 for assignment. Two nights max free stay every 30 days, 5 days per year limit. Reciprocal dock at NE end of Port Ludlow Marina "A" Dock, reciprocal area is marked in yellow paint. No reservations accepted. On a space available basis, 80 ft dock may be available. Visiting boats not to exceed 60', present current AYC membership card and fly AYC burgee when at dock.
Port Townsend Yacht Club Updated: 2017
P. O. Box 75 Email:
Port Townsend, WA 98368 Web: www.ptyc.net
Assigned slip for boats up to 45’ – all year long. 50’ of additional space is
available 6/1/01 through Labor Day. Please check with Moorage Registration Office for
its location and availability. Limit one night/month.
Portland Yacht Club Updated: 2017
Contact: (503) 285-1922
Guest dock for approximately 10 vessels and a clubhouse that is open daily. Moorage
up to 3 nights with a nominal charge for electricity. Limit 10 days in 60 day period.
Quartermaster Yacht Club Updated: 2017
P. O. Box 2927 EMail:
Vashon, WA 98070 Web: qycv.org
Contact: (206) 463-3309
Club located on the southwest side of inner Quartermaster Harbor. Reciprocal moorage is located on the inside of the two main floats toward shore. Approach from the south side of the facility as you enter the area. After tying up, go to gray registration box at foot of ramp. Fill out form include and electric fee, if used, and drop envelope in lower gray locked box. Club rules posted near the registration box. Please plan to arrive between sunrise and sunset, check out by noon and limit noise after 10 pm
USE EXTREME CAUTION AT LOW TIDES.
Moorage is a first come, 100' depending on tide, first serve basis. Moorage is free the
first 48 hours, $.25 per foot per day after. Maximum stay four days per month. No
garbage service. Electricity 30 amp, $4 per day. Eligible vessels may anchor clear of the fairway and land on QYC floats by dinghy if slips are not available.
Richmond Yacht Club Updated: 2017
7471 River Road EMail:
Richmond, BC V6X 2W4 Web: www.richmondyachtclub.ca
Garret Weir, Wharfinger 604-278-1013
Rose City Yacht Club Updated: 2017
3737 NE Marine Dr.
Portland, OR 97211 Web: www.rosecityyachtclub.org
Phone: (503) 282-2049
Call ahead of your arrival. Mooring and clubhouse are located on the Columbia River. A 500’ guest dock is provided for stays of 1 week.
San Juan Island Yacht Club Fax: Updated: 2017
PO Box 67 EMail:
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 Web: www.sjiyc.com
Present current AYC membership card when registering at Port office at head of main
dock. 80 lineal feet at end of "F" dock, first come/first served.
First 24 hours free if you fly AYC burgee. Rafting encouraged. Water, 30 amp power, fuel at Texaco dock, garbage facilities at head of main dock, block ice at end of fuel dock, propane at fuel dock, showers/restrooms at head of main dock.
Sauvie Island Yacht Club Updated: 2017
P. O. Box 2524 Email:
Portland, OR 97208 Web: siyc.org
Privilege includes 2 nights free moorage at the Tomahawk Bay Moorage located on
Seattle Singles Yacht Club Updated: 2017
2442 NW Market St # 432 Email:
Seattle, WA 98107 Web: seattlesinglesyc.com
We will reimburse up to two nights stay per quarter per boat (40 feet and under). Send
receipts from Shilshole Marina to SSYC. Unmarried members are invited to participate
in our weekly club meetings and monthly dances, at no charge.
Seattle Yacht Club Updated: 2017
1807 E Hamlin St Email:
Seattle, WA 98112 Web: www.seattleyachtclub.org
Tanya Treat, Reciprocity Admin (206) 325-1000
Upon arrival check-in at front desk on 2nd floor of main clubhouse. A Copy of Visa or
Master Card will be made and a guest pass issued. Moorage at Portage Bay main
station only. Outstations and the Elliott Bay station are not available.
Limit 2 days/year free plus 14 days a year at posted rates
Semiahmoo Yacht Club Updated: 2017
9540 Semiahmoo Parkway Email: email@example.com
Blaine, WA 98230 Web: www.semiahmooyachtclub.com
Semiahmoo Marina and Mercantile, located south side of the entrance to Drayton Harbor next to the Inn at Semiahmoo. Two nights per month complimentary moorage at fuel dock, and two additional nights per month in member slip. A seven day gap is required between visits.
Shelton Yacht Club Updated: 2017
PO Box 2270 Email:
Shelton, WA 98584 Web: www.sheltonyachtclub.com
Located at the Port of Shelton, Oakland Bay Marina. Lat 47º 12.85’N/ Long 122º 05.10’W. Self registration at the head of the dock. Must fly your Burgee while docked. Dock space for 4 vessels, rafting permitted for more. Water and 30 amp ($3/day) electric at dock, pump out and porta-potty wand at dock, sanitary toilet at entrance to dock. Club house available for reservation. 48 hour limit one visit every 30 days , unless other arrangements made, $5.00/day user fee
Sinclair Inlet Yacht Club Updated: 2017
P. O. Box 1197 Email:
Port Orchard, WA 98366 Web: sinclairinletyachtclub.com
Register with the harbormaster, provide current AYC membership card and fly AYC
burgee when at dock.
SIYC will pay up to $15/day for guest moorage. Does not include electric, surcharges for reservations, etc. Reciprocal moorage is for 24 consecutive hours once in a 60-day
period. Up to 2 boats from same club will be granted reciprocal moorage,
Sloop Tavern Yacht Club Updated: 2017
2830 NW Market Street Email:
Seattle, WA 98107 Web: styc.org
Moorage at Shilshole Bay Marina.
One night at “H” dock per year on a reimbursement basis. Reimbursement form at the Port
St. Helens Yacht Club Updated: 2017
PO Box 714 Email:
St. Helens, OR Web:
No vessel moorage available. Tenders will be accommodated at the marina. The
clubhouse is open to reciprocity club members. It is located at 156 South River Road,
between Yacht’s Landing Condominiums and Max’s Moorage. It is downriver of the St
Helen’s City Docks.
Tacoma Yacht Club Updated: 2017
5401 Waterfront Drive North Email:
Tacoma, WA 98407 Web: www.tacomayachtclub.org
Contact: (253) 752-3555
Guest moorage is located just beyond the breakwater to your left as you enter the
marina. Fly AYC burgee when at dock. Maximum stay of 48 hours.
Three Tree Point Yacht Club
PO Box 98700, email:
Des Moines, WA 98198 Web: ttpyc.org
Free moorage one night/30 days, up to 3 nights a year. First two boats per night.
Tomahawk Bay Yacht Club Updated: 2017
5137 SW Martha St EMail:
Portland, OR 97221 Web: tbycportland.com
Visiting skippers in good standing will be offered one day of free moorage in Tomahawk Bay. Moorage is from Columbia Crossings Leasing Company and you will be asked to sign a moorage agreement for legal purposes (even though moorage is free for one day). A deposit is required for an access key.
Tyee Yacht Club
2929 N.E. Marine Drive EMail:
Portland, OR 97211 Web: www.tyeeyc.com
Vern Canfield, Caretaker 503-284-4772
Present current AYC membership card and fly burgee when at dock. 72 hour limit.
Vancouver Rowing Club Stanley Park Updated: 2017
P. O. Box 5206, Email:
Vancouver, BC Web: vancouverrowingclub.ca
Contact: (604) 687-3400
Limited space, call 604-687-3400 for reservations. Dock boat at guest dock, located
next to the mast tower in front of clubhouse. Proceed to office for berth assignment.
Must show current membership card and fly club burgee. Refundable $50 moorage
gate key and club access card. Maximum stay is seven days. Reservations recommended.
Reciprocity limited to that offered by the reciprocal club, up to first two days of moorage free. Additional days $1.50 per foot per day.
Vancouver Yacht Club Updated: 2017
P. O. Box 892 EMail:
Camas, WA 98607 Web: www.vancouveryc.com
Club dinner night on 1st and 3rd Fridays, bar opens 6:00 pm, dinner at 7:00. Web page is current with information.
Waikiki Yacht Club Updated: 2017
Honolulu, HI Email:
New docking facilities can accommodate vessels up to 140’ in length and ample water
and power. Club’s facilities, restaurant, snack bar, wet bar, and pool are extended.
Moorage fee is $1.00 to $1.50/ft/night
Walla Walla Yacht Club Updated: 2017
P. O. Box 1223 Email:
Walla Walla, WA 99362 Web: wallawallayachtclub.com
Located just above Columbia River Mile 312 on the south shore. Large grain elevators
of Port Kelly just prior to club entrance. You may stay up to 2 weeks for no more than 2 such visits per year. As you enter the club, which is in a U shape, there is one long dock pen on the east side for tie up. There is a locked gate over the gang plank to the road. Tie to the gas dock, walk up to the care taker’s trailer and he will have a key you can use during your stay. Facilities include a clubhouse with kitchen, bathrooms, shower and ice machine.
West Bay Yacht Club Updated: 2017
PO Box 7711 EMail:
Olympia, WA 98507 Web:
Check in with Swantown Marina Harbormaster, formerly East Bay Marina, VHF 65
West Sound Corinthian Yacht Club Fax: Updated: 2017
P. O. Box 111 Email:
Port Orchard, WA 98366 Web: www.wecyc.net
Moorage is located in the guest moorage of the Port Orchard Marina. Visitors need to
show Marina staff a current membership card and display their burgee at all time.
Usage is limited to no more than 24 consecutive hours and not more than three boats
from the same yacht club on the same night or six boats total in the same night. We
also limit the total expenditure to $15 per boat per visit based upon the marina’s
transient moorage rate. This will cover approximately a 35' boat. Marina staff will collect any payment from visiting boat owner for excess length, subsequent moorage beyond first night, electricity, and surcharge for reservations, if applicable, etc.
West Vancouver Yacht Club Updated: 2017
5854 Marine Drive Email:
West Vancouver, BC V7W2S2, Web: www.wvyc.bc.ca
Located off of Georgia Strait and Howe Sound, at Lat 49º21’26”N/Lon 123º16’16”W.
Secure your vessel at the dinghy Float (outer A section) or the Emergency Float (inside C section), and report to the office or watchman for slip assignment. Two nights free moorage a year. Minimum 2 days notice.
Willamette Yacht Club Updated: 2017
P.O. BOX 69385 EMail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Portland, OR 97239 Web: willamettesailingclub.com
Located near McCuddy’s light. Check in with Port Captain, Kevin Spellman (503) 247-
0707 or 503 709-8099.
Up to two weeks free moorage. Call in advance, 503-246-5345
Yakima Valley Boat Club Updated: 2017
P. O. Box 885 EMail:
Yakima, WA 98909 Web: yakimavalleyboatclub.org
Use of campground, picnic area and docks at Rimrock Lake facility. Parking at no
charge is available just outside of our gate. No power, water or garbage pickup.
Call for gate combination.
Yaquina Bay Yacht Club Updated: 2017
1000 S.E. Bay Blvd Email: