1) INCORPORATED AND OPERATED AS YACHT OR SAILING CLUB WITH CLUB CHARTER AND BY-LAWS.
2) CLUB MUST HAVE PERMANENT FACILITIES FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS. ***
requirement is subject to interpretation…Newly formed clubs may have
temporary facilities, some clubs have limited or no facilities due to
damage and/or pending improvements.
Why Your Club's Listing Is Important to Yachting
The Register of American Yacht Clubs annually lists approximately 800 noteworthy yacht clubs in the U.S., Hawaii, the Virgin Islands, and Alaska. Foreign clubs are not included.
The Register is the only publication of its kind and is used by yachtsmen, harbormasters and club managers throughout the yachting world as the reference guide to yacht clubs.
Yachtsmen refer to the Register to determine, primarily, the reciprocity status of yacht clubs they intend to visit.
Harbormasters and club managers refer to the Register to determine the reciprocity validity of visiting yachtsmen from other clubs. Generally, if the yacht club represented by a visiting yachtsman is not listed in the Register, he is not extended reciprocal courtesies.
Can your club afford
not to be listed in
"The Oldest Existing
Yacht Club Register