Why Edmonds Yacht Club?
We Love Boating!: Being a member of a cruising club is a great way to learn more about our Northwest waters and the various places to visit. It is also a fun way to learn more about boating - maintenance ideas and education about the industry. We cruise throughout the year and we participate in Puget Sound boating traditions. During the Holiday Season, we decorate our boats so everyone who visits the Port of Edmonds may enjoy the twinkling lights and merry decor.
Meet New Friends: In addition to enjoying our boats, we also have fun on land! Check out our EYC Traditions and Annual Events. We are an amazing mix of folks from young families to retired grandparents. At our General Meetings, the club sponsors a quality low cost meal, and our TGIF (Thank Goodness It's Friday) celebrations we enjoy fabulous potluck dinners!
Cruising: Our cruise destinations range from South Sound to Desolation Sound. The club cruises include planned activities and meals. The "Casual" cruises are just that - casual - no agendas, just explore the destination at your own pace. At EYC, someone is always wanting to get out on the water - just send send out a call, and you'll have plenty of interest from other members wanting to "exercise" their boat!
Reciprocal Moorage: We share reciprocal moorage privileges with over 50 other yacht clubs. Members may moor in designated areas within different marinas at little or no cost. Space is always on a first come basis, and all rules must be followed as outlined by the reciprocal host.
Affordable: Every member is a vital part of our club. All of our committees are comprised of member volunteers. To be eligible for membership, you must own a pleasure boat - either power or sail, of 16 feet or longer. Annual dues are about a $1 per day and there is a one time initiation fee. Cost to participate in cruises or other social events are minimal as the club sponsors many expenses. Download our membership application and give us a call!
We'd love to meet you and introduce you to our members!
Call Vice Commodore Ron Coleman 206-255-1662
[ Updated: Sunday July 20th, 2014 11:20 am ]