Alphabetical Listing and Web Links for Reciprocal Clubs

Airport Yacht Club (Vancouver) - Established in 1964, the AYC has been a part of the Fraser River for over 40 years. The AYC strives to promote boating safety and fun on the water! Vancouver Marina is conveniently located just 5 minutes from the Vancouver International Airport. We are just 6 miles from the mouth of the North Arm and enjoy almost entirely fresh water. We are also in close proximity (0.8 km) to a Canada Line stop. The Canada Line connects Richmond and YVR to downtown Vancouver. See Reciprocal information dated 2009.

Anacortes Yacht Club- At 48º30.60’ - 122º36.20’, the A.Y.C. offers reciprocal moorage at Cap Sante Boat Haven. Moorage is located on “D” dock and will accommodate 3 yachts up to 45’. Please register with marina staff upon arrival. Usage is limited to 1 night per week per boat. The clubhouse is open most Fri. & Sat. nights during summer and is located at the N.E. end of marina.

Astoria Yacht Club (Astoria, OR) At 46º 11.450' N - 123º 51.347' W. Moorage is with the marina, Astoria West Mooring Basin-Mile #14. Dockage; 2 slips. Contact Harbor Master for slip assignment. If after hours, use transient slip on end of B & C Docks. Phone 503-325-8279/ 503-791-7731 (Cell).

Bainbridge Island Yacht Club - Please use the following procedures when reserving and visiting Bainbridge Island Yacht Club marina and facilities:

  • Please call the marina office at 206-842-4003 for reciprocal slip availability or contact us by email at habormaster@eagleharbormarina.com.The marina office is open from 9 AM to 5 PM Tuesday through Saturday. You must call in advance if you expect to arrive outside these hours.
  • Moorage is provided for 48 consecutive hours.
  • Power is available for $3 per night.
  • Water and holding tank pump out are available on the docks at no charge.
  • Shore facilities of toilet, showers, laundry and exercise room are available.
  • Club house rental is also available, by advance reservation, for events.
  • A burgee and membership card are required to identify your club membership.
  • We accept major credit cards and checks!
  • There are a limited number of slips available and will be assigned on a first come first serve basis. Reservations are recommended.
  • We look forward to visiting your yacht clubs as much as we look forward to your visit to ours!

Birch Bay Village Yacht Club (Blaine) - 48 55.880' N - 122º 47.235' W. Just S. of Blaine + Birch Pt. on NW corner of Birch Bay. Give shoreline wide berth before turning between channel markers 8 ft depth at 0 tide. Contact Ken Hoffer, Harbor Master 360-371-7744

Bremerton Yacht Club - 47º 35.29' N - 122º 39.75'W. Located Bremerton, Washington. Phone 360-479-2662. Bremerton Phinney Bay - South side of Port Washington Narrows which connects Sinclair Inlet (Bremerton) to Dyed Inlet (Silverdale). Dockage: 250 feet on the east edges of main N/S dock and can accommodate yachts up to 60 ft in length.

Guest dock between 3 strings of covered moorage against East side of N-S dock. Register is in the shack at end of pier. Two weeks of moorage per calendar year, with the first 3 days of free moorage, $5/day after first 3 days. There is a $3/day per power cord.

Burrard Yacht Club - 49º18.45’ N. - 123º05.30’ W. B.Y.C. provides two 40’ slips of guest moorage for reciprocal club visitors. The berths are located at the head of the dock in front of the tidal grid. Please bring your current membership card to the office and register as soon as possible after arriving. Club keys for the gate are available. 14 days maximum stay in one year, first 2 days free.

Campbell River Yacht Club - 49º 52’ N - 125º 06’W Entrance to Marina is immediately south of the Oyster River. Moorage is available on a 1st come basis - No reservations. Boats in excess of 40’ not recommended. No VHF service. Check availability by calling: 250 337-5600. Capital City Yacht Club - 48º40.48’ - 123º24.00’ C.C.Y.C. is located at Blue Heron Bay in Tsehum Harbour, Sidney BC. Upon arrival report to either our visitor’s booth or directly to the visitor’s dock (if space is available). We offer 48 hours of free moorage. Power is $2 per day. Should you wish to stay longer, moorage is $10 per day. Please fly your club burgee.

Canadian Forces Sailing Association (Esquimalt) - The Canadian Forces Sailing Association (Esquimalt Squadron), located at Munroe Head on the north side of Esquimalt Harbour, supports recreation primarily for military personnel of CFB Esquimalt, their families and civilian members of DND, their dependants and a wide range of employees of Federal Government agencies. The Canadian Forces Sailing Association and its members are pleased to invite you and your crew members to use our facilities when visiting the Victoria area.

Security: As the West Coast Base for the Canadian Navy, Esquimalt Harbour is subject to additional security regulations. As part of these measures, arriving vessels must clear in by calling “Port Security” on Channel 10 VHF prior to entering Esquimalt Harbour, reporting the name of your vessel, the number of persons aboard and your destination (CFSA). Under normal circumstances this is a routine matter but a guard boat may be tasked to approach you for a visual inspection. Within the harbour there are a number of restricted areas and all craft must keep clear of military facilities – there are yellow buoys defining the closest allowable approach. Similarly, all vessels must keep well clear of maneuvering warships and warships moored in the approaches.

Mooring: Visiting berths are normally available on a first-come basis without reservations. As you round the barrier barges the visitor berths at the end of the main float are visible and identified by a blue bullrail relatively close to the easternmost barge. Both sides are painted blue and may be approached from either side of the barges. Once you have secured your vessel, please register your arrival with Dave or Sam at the bar in the Clubhouse(if open), or the office in the double trailer below the Clubhouse. If neither facility is open please fill out a reciprocal moorage form, available at the top of the main brow, and deposit the indicated portion in the mailbox on the Foreshore office door.

Reciprocal facilities and services: The first two days of moorage are free. Further moorage to a total of seven days twice yearly is 50 cents per foot per day. Water and 15 amp power is available on the floats at no charge and showers/washrooms are available at the Clubhouse, also at no charge.

Cathlamet Yacht Club - The Lower Columbia River has a new yacht club based in Cathlamet, Washington, and we're off to a good start. We have grown rapidly from three founding members in late December 2008 to 36 member families with our membership about 1/3 Portland/Vancouver, 1/3 Astoria/Warrenton and 1/3 local.

CYC will extend one night’s moorage at the Elochoman Marina on a first come, first serve basis to members of clubs on our reciprocity list. Visiting vessel must check in with the Elochoman Marina office to be assigned a slip. Visiting vessel is allowed to use CYC’s one night moorage once every two weeks. Visiting vessels who wish to use electricity will be required to make payment directly to the Port at the time of registration for such hookup. 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.

Comox Valley Yacht Club 19 Wing Comox Yacht Club - Our clubs jointly offer available slips at the Comox Valley Harbour Authority. Vessels may not be over 50 feet in length. There is a total of 100 feet of moorage available. The first night of moorage is free (electrical extra) and subsequent nights are at the current rate. Reciprocal privileges are limited to two non-consecutive nights per year per boat. When entering the harbour call the Comox Valley Harbour Authority on 66A or phone 250-339-6041. A current club membership card must be shown upon arrival and you must fly your club burgee when in slip. The Comox Harbour is walking distance to shopping malls, liquor sales, restaurants/bars, golf, banks and banking machines.

Corinthian Yacht Club of Bellingham- Upon entering the east entrance of Squalicum Harbor in Bellingham Bay, proceed past the Marina Restaurant (on your starboard side). Your bow will be pointed at "O" dock which is visitor's moorage. Temporarily tie-up to that float. A sign (blue star on the harbor map) is located at the west end of this dock that will direct you to CYC's reciprocity slips and provide you with instructions on how to utilize our reciprocal spaces. Boats up to 38 feet overall can be accommodated on a space available, first come basis for one night only. After one night you are required by the Port of Bellingham to utilize the visitor's dock. Please keep in mind that these slips are made available by their owners who are out cruising at this time.

Crescent Beach Yacht Club - When planning to visit the Crescent Beach Marina, please phone the marina office at 604-538-9666, identify yourself, your club and details concerning your boat and advise them that you enjoy reciprocal privileges with Crescent Beach Yacht Club, the marina will advise you whether they have suitable sized slips available. You will be able to use available slips for up to 2 nights free of charge and thereafter normal marina rates will apply.

Day Island Yacht Club (University Place, WA) - The member/guest floats are located next to the clubhouse and offers short term moorage for both members and reciprocal guests. Fuel,f ull marine services, restaurants, city park and groceries are available within minutes of the club.

Deas Island Yacht Club (Delta) Fostering a sense of community linking the River House Pub and Restaurant, the River House Condominiums/Townhouses and the River House Marina for the benefit of all. Promoting the benefits as a destination marina to other reciprocating Yacht Clubs.

Deep Cove Yacht Club - 49 19.67' N - 122º56.79’. D.C.Y.C. offers 48 hours reciprocal club moorage when available. Reciprocal clubs are loaned a key to the clubhouse, which offers showers and toilets. Anyone without a holding tank must use club facilities due to the high level of coliform contamination in Deep Cove.

Eagle Harbour Yacht Club (West Vancouver) - 49º 21.15 N - 123º 16.204 W.; E.H.Y.C. offers reciprocal moorage for boats up to 38 ft, subject to availability. Before arrival, please check with the superintendent, Collen Santer, on (604) 916 8045.

Eagle Harbor Yacht Club (Bainbridge Island) - 47º 37.23' N - 122º 31.24' W. Eagle Harbor Yacht Club welcomes visiting boaters from reciprocal yacht clubs to Eagle Harbor, Bainbridge Island, just 6 miles west of Seattle across the Puget Sound. For reciprocal moorage details and amenities please refer to this site website: http://tiny.cc/n26ibw and select Eagle Harbor Yacht Club of Bainbridge Island. Upon arriving in the middle Harbor (west green buoy No.5) please contact the Winslow Wharf Marina at (206) 842-4202 or VHF CH9, located on the north side of the harbor.

Everett Yacht Club - 47º59.50’ - 122º13.50’. E.Y.C. reciprocal float is located across from the fuel dock at the northwest corner of the Port of Everett Marina. Nice modern float with ample electric service. Close to marina services. Maximum size boat allowable is 80’. Please register and pay at box.

False Creek Yacht Club - Marina is located right in the heart of False Creek adjacent to downtown Vancouver & directly across from Granville Island. Reciprocal guests to False Creek Yacht Club (FCYC) receive moorage and utilities free of charge for 24 hours, after which normal moorage and utility fees apply. Free stay is limited to one (1) day per month and maximum four (4) days per calendar year. Availability of reciprocal moorage is on a ‘first come first served’ basis and is dependent on open and vacant FCYC members’ slips at the time of arrival. Reservations may be made provided a credit card number is submitted. Check in at the marina Welcome Centre on VHF Ch.66A. Boaters arriving after hours may check in the following morning. The Welcome Centre is located on the long dock directly under the Granville Street bridge.

Fidalgo Yacht Club (Anacortes) - 48º 30.9' N - 122º 36.3' W. In Cap Sante Marina in Anacortes - adjacent to Anacortes YC reciprocal. Contact Harbormaster 360-293-0694

Fircrest Yacht Club (Tacoma) - Fircrest Yacht Club reciprocal moorage is located at Breakwater Marina, 5603 N. Waterfront Drive, Tacoma, WA 98407. The marina is located in the Yacht Club basin at Point Defiance. For more Alphabetical Listing and Web Links for Reciprocal Clubs

Airport Yacht Club (Vancouver) - Established in 1964, the AYC has been a part of the Fraser River for over 40 years. The AYC strives to promote boating safety and fun on the water! Vancouver Marina is conveniently located just 5 minutes from the Vancouver International Airport. We are just 6 miles from the mouth of the North Arm and enjoy almost entirely fresh water. We are also in close proximity (0.8 km) to a Canada Line stop. The Canada Line connects Richmond and YVR to downtown Vancouver. See Reciprocal information dated 2009.

Anacortes Yacht Club- At 48º30.60’ - 122º36.20’, the A.Y.C. offers reciprocal moorage at Cap Sante Boat Haven. Moorage is located on “D” dock and will accommodate 3 yachts up to 45’. Please register with marina staff upon arrival. Usage is limited to 1 night per week per boat. The clubhouse is open most Fri. & Sat. nights during summer and is located at the N.E. end of marina.

Astoria Yacht Club (Astoria, OR) At 46º 11.450' N - 123º 51.347' W. Moorage is with the marina, Astoria West Mooring Basin-Mile #14. Dockage; 2 slips. Contact Harbor Master for slip assignment. If after hours, use transient slip on end of B & C Docks. Phone 503-325-8279/ 503-791-7731 (Cell).

Bainbridge Island Yacht Club - Please use the following procedures when reserving and visiting Bainbridge Island Yacht Club marina and facilities:

  • Please call the marina office at 206-842-4003 for reciprocal slip availability or contact us by email at habormaster@eagleharbormarina.com.The marina office is open from 9 AM to 5 PM Tuesday through Saturday. You must call in advance if you expect to arrive outside these hours.
  • Moorage is provided for 48 consecutive hours.
  • Power is available for $3 per night.
  • Water and holding tank pump out are available on the docks at no charge.
  • Shore facilities of toilet, showers, laundry and exercise room are available.
  • Club house rental is also available, by advance reservation, for events.
  • A burgee and membership card are required to identify your club membership.
  • We accept major credit cards and checks!
  • There are a limited number of slips available and will be assigned on a first come first serve basis. Reservations are recommended.
  • We look forward to visiting your yacht clubs as much as we look forward to your visit to ours!

Birch Bay Village Yacht Club (Blaine) - 48 55.880' N - 122º 47.235' W. Just S. of Blaine + Birch Pt. on NW corner of Birch Bay. Give shoreline wide berth before turning between channel markers 8 ft depth at 0 tide. Contact Ken Hoffer, Harbor Master 360-371-7744

Bremerton Yacht Club - 47º 35.29' N - 122º 39.75'W. Located Bremerton, Washington. Phone 360-479-2662. Bremerton Phinney Bay - South side of Port Washington Narrows which connects Sinclair Inlet (Bremerton) to Dyed Inlet (Silverdale). Dockage: 250 feet on the east edges of main N/S dock and can accommodate yachts up to 60 ft in length.

Guest dock between 3 strings of covered moorage against East side of N-S dock. Register is in the shack at end of pier. Two weeks of moorage per calendar year, with the first 3 days of free moorage, $5/day after first 3 days. There is a $3/day per power cord.

Burrard Yacht Club - 49º18.45’ N. - 123º05.30’ W. B.Y.C. provides two 40’ slips of guest moorage for reciprocal club visitors. The berths are located at the head of the dock in front of the tidal grid. Please bring your current membership card to the office and register as soon as possible after arriving. Club keys for the gate are available. 14 days maximum stay in one year, first 2 days free.

Campbell River Yacht Club - 49º 52’ N - 125º 06’W Entrance to Marina is immediately south of the Oyster River. Moorage is available on a 1st come basis - No reservations. Boats in excess of 40’ not recommended. No VHF service. Check availability by calling: 250 337-5600. Capital City Yacht Club - 48º40.48’ - 123º24.00’ C.C.Y.C. is located at Blue Heron Bay in Tsehum Harbour, Sidney BC. Upon arrival report to either our visitor’s booth or directly to the visitor’s dock (if space is available). We offer 48 hours of free moorage. Power is $2 per day. Should you wish to stay longer, moorage is $10 per day. Please fly your club burgee.

Canadian Forces Sailing Association (Esquimalt) - The Canadian Forces Sailing Association (Esquimalt Squadron), located at Munroe Head on the north side of Esquimalt Harbour, supports recreation primarily for military personnel of CFB Esquimalt, their families and civilian members of DND, their dependants and a wide range of employees of Federal Government agencies. The Canadian Forces Sailing Association and its members are pleased to invite you and your crew members to use our facilities when visiting the Victoria area.

Security: As the West Coast Base for the Canadian Navy, Esquimalt Harbour is subject to additional security regulations. As part of these measures, arriving vessels must clear in by calling “Port Security” on Channel 10 VHF prior to entering Esquimalt Harbour, reporting the name of your vessel, the number of persons aboard and your destination (CFSA). Under normal circumstances this is a routine matter but a guard boat may be tasked to approach you for a visual inspection. Within the harbour there are a number of restricted areas and all craft must keep clear of military facilities – there are yellow buoys defining the closest allowable approach. Similarly, all vessels must keep well clear of maneuvering warships and warships moored in the approaches.

Mooring: Visiting berths are normally available on a first-come basis without reservations. As you round the barrier barges the visitor berths at the end of the main float are visible and identified by a blue bullrail relatively close to the easternmost barge. Both sides are painted blue and may be approached from either side of the barges. Once you have secured your vessel, please register your arrival with Dave or Sam at the bar in the Clubhouse(if open), or the office in the double trailer below the Clubhouse. If neither facility is open please fill out a reciprocal moorage form, available at the top of the main brow, and deposit the indicated portion in the mailbox on the Foreshore office door.

Reciprocal facilities and services: The first two days of moorage are free. Further moorage to a total of seven days twice yearly is 50 cents per foot per day. Water and 15 amp power is available on the floats at no charge and showers/washrooms are available at the Clubhouse, also at no charge.

Cathlamet Yacht Club - The Lower Columbia River has a new yacht club based in Cathlamet, Washington, and we're off to a good start. We have grown rapidly from three founding members in late December 2008 to 36 member families with our membership about 1/3 Portland/Vancouver, 1/3 Astoria/Warrenton and 1/3 local.

CYC will extend one night’s moorage at the Elochoman Marina on a first come, first serve basis to members of clubs on our reciprocity list. Visiting vessel must check in with the Elochoman Marina office to be assigned a slip. Visiting vessel is allowed to use CYC’s one night moorage once every two weeks. Visiting vessels who wish to use electricity will be required to make payment directly to the Port at the time of registration for such hookup. 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.

Comox Valley Yacht Club 19 Wing Comox Yacht Club - Our clubs jointly offer available slips at the Comox Valley Harbour Authority. Vessels may not be over 50 feet in length. There is a total of 100 feet of moorage available. The first night of moorage is free (electrical extra) and subsequent nights are at the current rate. Reciprocal privileges are limited to two non-consecutive nights per year per boat. When entering the harbour call the Comox Valley Harbour Authority on 66A or phone 250-339-6041. A current club membership card must be shown upon arrival and you must fly your club burgee when in slip. The Comox Harbour is walking distance to shopping malls, liquor sales, restaurants/bars, golf, banks and banking machines.

Corinthian Yacht Club of Bellingham- Upon entering the east entrance of Squalicum Harbor in Bellingham Bay, proceed past the Marina Restaurant (on your starboard side). Your bow will be pointed at "O" dock which is visitor's moorage. Temporarily tie-up to that float. A sign (blue star on the harbor map) is located at the west end of this dock that will direct you to CYC's reciprocity slips and provide you with instructions on how to utilize our reciprocal spaces. Boats up to 38 feet overall can be accommodated on a space available, first come basis for one night only. After one night you are required by the Port of Bellingham to utilize the visitor's dock. Please keep in mind that these slips are made available by their owners who are out cruising at this time.

Crescent Beach Yacht Club - When planning to visit the Crescent Beach Marina, please phone the marina office at 604-538-9666, identify yourself, your club and details concerning your boat and advise them that you enjoy reciprocal privileges with Crescent Beach Yacht Club, the marina will advise you whether they have suitable sized slips available. You will be able to use available slips for up to 2 nights free of charge and thereafter normal marina rates will apply.

Day Island Yacht Club (University Place, WA) - The member/guest floats are located next to the clubhouse and offers short term moorage for both members and reciprocal guests. Fuel,f ull marine services, restaurants, city park and groceries are available within minutes of the club.

Deas Island Yacht Club (Delta) Fostering a sense of community linking the River House Pub and Restaurant, the River House Condominiums/Townhouses and the River House Marina for the benefit of all. Promoting the benefits as a destination marina to other reciprocating Yacht Clubs.

Deep Cove Yacht Club - 49 19.67' N - 122º56.79’. D.C.Y.C. offers 48 hours reciprocal club moorage when available. Reciprocal clubs are loaned a key to the clubhouse, which offers showers and toilets. Anyone without a holding tank must use club facilities due to the high level of coliform contamination in Deep Cove.

Eagle Harbour Yacht Club (West Vancouver) - 49º 21.15 N - 123º 16.204 W.; E.H.Y.C. offers reciprocal moorage for boats up to 38 ft, subject to availability. Before arrival, please check with the superintendent, Collen Santer, on (604) 916 8045.

Eagle Harbor Yacht Club (Bainbridge Island) - 47º 37.23' N - 122º 31.24' W. Eagle Harbor Yacht Club welcomes visiting boaters from reciprocal yacht clubs to Eagle Harbor, Bainbridge Island, just 6 miles west of Seattle across the Puget Sound. For reciprocal moorage details and amenities please refer to this site website: http://tiny.cc/n26ibw and select Eagle Harbor Yacht Club of Bainbridge Island. Upon arriving in the middle Harbor (west green buoy No.5) please contact the Winslow Wharf Marina at (206) 842-4202 or VHF CH9, located on the north side of the harbor.

Everett Yacht Club - 47º59.50’ - 122º13.50’. E.Y.C. reciprocal float is located across from the fuel dock at the northwest corner of the Port of Everett Marina. Nice modern float with ample electric service. Close to marina services. Maximum size boat allowable is 80’. Please register and pay at box.

False Creek Yacht Club - Marina is located right in the heart of False Creek adjacent to downtown Vancouver & directly across from Granville Island. Reciprocal guests to False Creek Yacht Club (FCYC) receive moorage and utilities free
of charge for 24 hours, after which normal moorage and utility fees apply. Free stay is limited to one (1) day per month and maximum four (4) days per calendar year. Availability of reciprocal moorage is on a ‘first come first served’ basis and is dependent on open and vacant FCYC members’ slips at the time of arrival. Reservations may be made provided a credit card number is submitted. Check in at the marina Welcome Centre on VHF Ch.66A. Boaters arriving after hours may check in the following morning. The Welcome Centre is located on the long dock directly under the Granville Street bridge.

Fidalgo Yacht Club (Anacortes) - 48º 30.9' N - 122º 36.3' W. In Cap Sante Marina in Anacortes - adjacent to Anacortes YC reciprocal. Contact Harbormaster 360-293-0694

Fircrest Yacht Club (Tacoma) - Fircrest Yacht Club reciprocal moorage is located at Breakwater Marina, 5603 N. Waterfront Drive, Tacoma, WA 98407. The marina is located in the Yacht Club basin at Point Defiance. For more information

Flounder Bay Yacht Club (Anacortes) - 48º29.40'N -122º40.60'W. 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. The club sign-in dock, located in front of the club building, is used for visitor check-in only. Maximum boat length is 44 ft however, we can occasionally accommodate up to 50.’ The building is between “D” & “E” Docks. Tie up to the courtesy dock and check the sign out list in the Laundry Room for available slips. You must follow the reciprocal procedures listed and pay upon arrival. 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 electricity.

Hawaii Yacht Club - The Hawaii Yacht Club clubhouse, located in the Ala Wai Harbor, on the island of Oahu, is, like Oahu, a true "Gathering Place." The Hawaii Yacht Club's Aloha Dock, here in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, is our way of extending a warm hello and welcome to voyaging sailors arriving from sea. At Hawaii Yacht Club Aloha also means respite, good cheer, and sustenance for boaters, visiting from neighboring islands and yacht clubs. Tie up and enjoy Hawaii Yacht Club's spirit of Aloha. Contact our Dockmaster either by email or by calling (808)-341-3050. Mahalo!

Hidden Harbor Yacht Club (Seattle) - 47º 37.854' N - 122º 20.420' W. North side of Rock Salt Steak House (1232 Westlake Ave N - Seattle) SW side of Lake Union. Check in at restaurant reception desk. Contact Mike Burke, Rear Commodore.

International Yacht Club of BC (Blaine & White Rock) - 48º59.50’ - 122º45.90’ I.Y.C. of B.C. at White Rock & Blaine offers reciprocal moorage in the Blaine Harbor Marina on the guest dock (approx. 190 ft) on a first-come-first-served basis. Upon entering the marina proceed to the guest dock below the marina office and register your reciprocal with the harbor master.

Juneau Yacht Club - The JYC clubhouse located north end of Aurora Harbor, Juneau, AK. Reciprocal moorage is available at the public harbor facilities owned and operated by Juneau Docks and Harbors, There are three public harbors in Gastineau Channel and One in Auke Bay. Contact the Juneau Harbormaster on VHF16 or 73; phone 907-586-5255

Kingston Cove Yacht Club - The KCYC clubhouse is located directly above the Port of Kingston marina, just steps away from local and transient moorage. The reciprocal slips (G-5 & G-6) at the foot of the guest dock are available to members of bona fide yacht clubs that have an established reciprocal relation with the Kingston Cove Yacht Club from May 1 to September 30. (One slip is sublet for winter moorage from October 1 to April 30). Reciprocal moorage procedures are outlined below.

All reciprocal boaters must check in with the Port of Kingston and register. Current membership card from their yacht club must be shown to Port personnel. All boaters must complete a registration envelope located in Port Office or in the envelope box on the reciprocal dock. There is a $4.00 per day dock charge for all boats, all days, which includes power if desired. If no power is desired, it is still $4/day, every day. The second and third day’s moorage is charged at 30¢ per foot, for up to three consecutive nights' total stay plus the $4/day dock charge. Each boater will be limited to two visits in an eight week period. Personal checks are authorized and should be made payable to “KCYC”.

Ladysmith Yacht Club - 49º00.33’ N - 123º49.53’ W: Ladysmith Yacht Club has a floating clubhouse located at the end of "A" dock at Ladysmith Marina, which is on the west shore of Ladysmith Harbour. This is the last marina on your port side as you proceed into Ladysmith Harbour. It is across the harbour from the marina at the Page Point Resort. The Club has 125 feet of guest dock suitable for vessels up to 45 feet. The "green" dock along the east and north sides of the clubhouse is available for reciprocal moorage 24/7/365. This is on a "first come, first serve" basis. Visits are limited to 2 nights per 30-day period.

The Ladysmith Yacht Club hopes that you enjoy your visit to Ladysmith. If you have any questions or problems, you can call our voluntary reciprocal chairman who is available on an irregular basis at 250-245-4578.

Maple Bay Yacht Club - Accommodation is at the club docks. Contact the Dockmaster at (250)746-6917 or VHF66. Limited to vessels under 60 feet. Reciprocal is two non-consecutive nights free per year. Power is extra.

Nanaimo Yacht Club - 49º10.60’ - 123º56.35’ Located approx. 1 mi. N. of city centre at south entrance of Newcastle Island Passage (just across the channel from Bate Pt.). The club offers 700 ft. of reciprocal moorage on the outside of E, H, & J docks. Maximum boat size is 60 ft.

Navy Yacht Club (Everett) - All visitors must check in with the Port of Everett (POE) Dockmaster upon arrival. Moorage will be assigned at the POE guest moorage on a first come first served basis with two slips available for NYCE reciprocals.

Visitors are encouraged to check in with the Dockmaster via VHF channel 16 or by phone (425-259 6001) prior to arrival. Visitors must show a current membership card when registering and request reciprocal moorage with Navy Yacht Club Everett. A reciprocal visitor shall be allowed 48 consecutive hours of free moorage, and pay a nominal cost for electricity if used. Reciprocal visits are limited to one visit per month per vessel.

Oak Harbor Yacht Club (Whidbey Island) - The Oak Harbor Yacht Club is located near the Oak Harbor Marina on the east side of beautiful Whidbey Island. The OHYC has made it a matter of policy and pride to participate in local civic asctivities as well as activities that are exclusively identified with the club. We extend a warm welcome to reciprocal club members and invite them to enjoy our facilities during their voyages in the area. Remember there are hamburgers and other delicacies on Friday evenings at the club house for members, guests and reciprocal club members.

Phone: 360-675-1314 or e-mail: theyachtclub@comcast.net

Olympia Yacht Club- 47º 02.75' N - 122º 54.31' W. OYC is at the extreme south end of Bay of Budd Inlet. Reciprocal moorage is on the most southerly OYC dock, directly in front of the Clubhouse. Reciprocal is eastern 160' of dock marked in yellow. Max LOA; 80'; Max. draft: 6'. Contact Caretaker Patrick Clymer 360-357-6767. 48 hours complimentary moorage, 5 days/year, no reservations.

Orcas Island Yacht Club - The OIYC Dock is at the northeast end of West Sound, just west of West Sound Marina, and just east of the County Dock. The OIYC picnic Shelter is across Deer Harbor Road from the OIYC Dock and adjacent to and slightly behind the West Sound Community Hall.

The Dock is for the use of OIYC members, their guests and members of reciprocal clubs. Dock rules are posted. The YELLOW ZONE on the east side of the OIYC dock may be used by reciprocals when no OIYC members are present. Reciprocals on the yellow zone must yield to any OIYC member. Appropriate rafting is expected. The entire dock is reserved for OIYC members for Opening Day, the first weekend in May and for the Round-the-County Race participants, the second weekend of November. Boats should be identified by an OIYC burgee, a reciprocal club burgee or an OIYC member's name in a portal. Each moorage should be limited to two days. Bathrooms will provide hot water during the boating season with an honor system collection box for $1 per shower.

Point Roberts Yacht Club - 49º58.30’ - 123º03.60’ P.R.Y.C offers 2 days reciprocal moorage per year at the Point Roberts Marina guest dock “H”. Upon arrival check in with the dock master and show current membership card to be assigned moorage. The club has only 2 slips available for reciprocal moorage per day. A gate key must be obtained from the dock master with a deposit.

Portland Yacht Club - 45º 36' 2" N - 122º 39' 2" W Located on Marine Drive, PYC has a commanding view of the eastern entrance to North Portland Harbor, on the inside of Hayden and Tomahawk Islands. Our riverfront property reaches a half-mile downstream from the clubhouse, and provides moorage for two-thirds of the club’s 260 boat owning members, divided about 50/50 sail and power.

Port Angeles Yacht Club- 48º 07.582' N - 123º 27.155' W. Up to 2 boats. Moorage at Port Angeles Boat Haven; first come, first served. To be reimbursed, please submit, by mail, a copy of your bill showing payment from the Port of Port Angeles Boat Haven along with a copy of your current yacht club membership card. Contact Harbormaster at 360-457-4505.

Port Madison Yacht Club (Bainbridge Island)- 47º 42.034' N - 22º 31.744' W, Port Madison Yacht Club on N. end of Bainbridge Island, halfway into the bay west of Seattle Yacht Club outstation. Watch depth at low tide. Contact Langley Gace 206-947-1483.

Port Townsend Yacht Club - 48º 06.437' N - 122º 46.273' W. Slips are west of Port Townsend-Keystone ferry dock at Port Townsend Boat Haven . Contact marina by VHF on 66A, 9 or 16 for slip assignment. Enter between rock breakwater & piling wave-break. Phone 360-385-2355 / 800-228-2803. 1 night/month (May - Sept.) & 2 nights per year; No reservations accepted.

Queen City Yacht Club (Seattle) - 47º 38.60' N. - 122º 18.90' W. Queen City Yacht Club is located on SW Portage Bay (between Lake Union & Lake Washington) in Seattle, WA, and has been a part of the United States boating community since 1916. There is guest moorage for non-mooring members and reciprocal moorage for members of participating clubs, visitors from other clubs are always welcome. Slips are on the south side of Dock 3 (in 4 - 6 ft of water). Register at Kiosk under first covered moorage area. At the kiosk you will find a letter of welcome that will include the access codes for the Dock3 gate and clubhouse. Contact Clubhouse Manager at 206-709-2000 or queencity@queencity.org.

Richmond Yacht Club - 49º11.00’ - 123º08.30’ R.Y.C. is located at 7471 River Road, Richmond. By boat, you enter the North Arm of the Fraser Proceed up river under the Arthur Laing Bridge. Turn into the middle arm of the Fraser to starboard immediately after passing under the bridge. R.Y.C. is the last marina on the port side. A 50’ reciprocal dock with 15 Amp. power is available beside the large boat shed. Other space can be made available with a call ahead. Please check in with our resident caretaker or with any member on the docks. A reciprocal key for the marina and clubhouse is available in the clubhouse.

Roche Harbor Yacht Club (Bremerton) - 47º 33.688' N. - 122º 37.348' W. The Roche Harbor Yacht Club has reciprocal moorage at the Port of Bremerton Marina, located in downtown Bremerton. We have arranged for 80 feet of reciprocal dock space at the Bremerton Marina and offer two nights of complimentary moorage per visit. Restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities are adjacent to the Harbormaster's office. Upon arrival, check in at the Harbormaster's office (VHF 66A) and request the RHYC Reciprocal. The Harbormaster will collect for power and any moorage over 80 feet. We invite reciprocating Yacht Club members to make use of our facilities when cruising in the area.

Rose City Yacht Club (Portland, OR) - 45º 36.084' N - 122º 37.576' W. RCYC docks on Columbia River, west of the I-205 Bridge. 500' guest dock. Contact Port Captain Lynn Easton before arriving 503-639-9835 or 503-314-4204.

Royal City Yacht Club- 49º30.20’ - 122º54.20’ R.C.Y.C. offers moorage facilities on the Fraser River at Royal City Marina on Annacis Channel, New Westminster and at Shelter Island Marina in Richmond. 100’ of dock space is available at both locations (if available). Free to visiting yacht clubs for 24 hours. The marina monitors VHF Channel 68. Phone Kent Carbis: (604) 515-1980.

Royal Vancouver Yacht Club - 49º16.52’ - 123º11.23’ R.V.Y.C. ‘s sailing fleet is located at Jericho Beach in Kitsilano Harbour and our power fleet is located in Coal Harbour. For reciprocal moorage at Jericho, please call (604) 224-1344. For reciprocal moorage at Coal Harbour, please call (604) 688-0578.

Royal Victoria Yacht Club - 48º27.90’ - 123º14.36’. R.V.Y.C. is located about 10 nautical miles (4 land miles) from downtown Victoria in Cadboro Bay (N.W. corner of Oak Bay). Quiet location close to shopping and public transportation to downtown Victoria. Check in at foreshore office.

San Juan Island Yacht Club (Friday Harbor) - 48º 32.35' N - 23º 00.93' W. Port of Friday Harbor. "F" dock immediately inside NW entrance to docks - look for burgee/logo & signs. First 24 hours free. Second night at Port rate. Max. 2 nights/30-day period. Contact Tami Hayes 360-378-2688.

Saltspring Island Sailing Club - 48º50.08’ - 123º29.30’ S.I.S.C. is located on the south side of Ganges Harbor. You’re welcome to stay up to 48 hours and moorage is free during that time. Power: $2/day. Shore power is limited to 110 v, 15 amp and will be charged at $2.00 per day. Moorage is generally on the inside and outside of the marked breakwater or on members wharves as assigned by the Wharfinger.

Schooner Cove Yacht Club -We are located on the east side of central Vancouver Island, British Columbia, at Schooner Cove. Schooner Cove's modern facilities offer protected moorage for boats up to 150'. Services include excellent water, 30 & 50 amp power, licensed dining room, pub, cafe, cold beer and wine store, spa, fitness facilities, heated outdoor pool with hot tub, showers and washrooms. Gas and Diesel Fuel.

Seabacs Yacht Club (Boeing Co.) (Brownsville) - Reciprocal moorage is located in the Port of Brownsville Marina, about 7 miles north of Bremerton. On guest dock. Max 2 boats/night. Max 40' boat length, 2 nights - 1 time/month. Visitor pays for electricity if used. Get reimbursed for moorage by sending receipt & a copy of your current Yacht Club membership card. Contact 360-692-5498.

Seattle Singles (Lake Washington)- 47º 39.515 N - 122º 22.690 W, Guest moorage at the Marina. Large yachts permitted, but only 40' reimbursed. Contact 206-787-3395.

Seattle Yacht Club (Lake Washington) SYC is located on Portage Bay, which is on the east end of the Ship Canal that connects Puget Sound to Lake Washington. Vessels arriving from Puget Sound must pass through the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks (commonly known as the Ballard Locks) and under several bridges before arriving at the club. An excellent guide to transiting the locks can be found on this web site.

Semiahmoo Yacht Club (Blaine) - As a reciprocal Yacht Club Member you are welcome to spend two nights FREE at the Semiahmoo Marina including electrical hookup, showers, restrooms, laundry. Reservations are on a first come first serve basis. Call the marina office at (360) 371-0440 or VHF Channel 68 for slip availability. Enjoy!

Sidney North Saanich Yacht Club - 48º 40.50’ - 123º24.98’ - S.N.S.Y.C. is located in Tsehum Harbor on the North side of Blue Heron Basin. S.N.S.Y.C. offers reciprocal moorage at North Saanich Marina on the inside of a 260’ dock. Register upon arrival as per instructions on visitors information posted on the shack on the reciprocal dock. Vacant member slips in marina can also be assigned by Forshoreman.

Silva Bay Yacht Club -SVYC prefers a call at least a few hours ahead of a visit but drop-ins are welcome, if space is available. Be sure to have your membership card with you and fly a club Burgee. Our reciprocal dock at Page's Marina is reserved for visiting clubs only.

South Sound Sailing Society (Olympia) - 47º 02.779' N - 122º 54.286' W. Marina 'E' Dock at head of Budd Inlet, south of the Port's Marine Terminals. Near Oyster House. Newly renovated. UPDATE Feb 2013: The moorage floats at F-Dock are currently closed and will be replaced. The replacement project will include new F-Dock floats and vessel pump-out station, as well as adding transient moorage power and water. This project is anticipated to be complete by year end 2013. Register at Olympia Center, 222 Columbia NE, the large building to the east of 'E' dock (Mon-Sat). For reimbursement mail original receipt & registration form along with a copy of your current YC membership card to: South Sound Sailing Society, attn Reciprocal Manager, PO Box 1102,Olympia, WA 98507.

Squamish Yacht Club – 49º41.69’ - 123º09.25’ - S.Y.C. is located in Howe Sound (past Britannia Beach into Blind Channel). We are pleased to offer 2 nights moorage to reciprocal clubs. Please fly your club burgee. Swinomish Yacht Club - 48º23.70’ - 122º30.30’ S.Y.C. is in LaConnor Marina, LaConnor WA, located midway on the Swinomish Channel which connects Sagit Bay (South) & Padilla Bay (North). This marina, in the historic and scenic town, offers moorage in two boat basins on two guest docks, as well as vacated tenant’s slips. The reciprocal dock is located on “E” dock in the Port’s South boat basin and offers approximately 175’. All visitors must register dockside at the club caretaker’s boat or with a S.Y.C. representative. Please show current membership card. No boats over 50’.

Swinomish Yacht Club (LaConner)-48º 23.71' N - 122º 29.79' W, Reciprocal dock is inside La Conner Marina's visitor dock - West side of dock. Enter marina just S. of fuel dock & turn S. Contact Dock Master Brent Malone on "Fish Tales" 360-466-7418 or 360-466-3118.

Tacoma Yacht Club - 47º 18.35' N 122º 30.73' W, Tacoma Point Defiance - Slag Pile. Just beyond the breakwater to your left as you enter the marina. Reciprocal dock is "V" shaped and clearly marked. 100' total dock. Max 4 boats. Contact Guard House 253-761-9399.

Totem Yacht Club (Tacoma) - 47º15.35'N - 122º26.03'W - Totem Yacht Club moorage facilities are located at Foss Marina on the west side of the Thea Foss Water-way in Tacoma's Commencement Bay. To find the reciprocal moorage, enter the waterway, the marina is on the right before the first bridge (there are no signs). Turn into the travel lift area immediately after the non-functioning fuel pumps and tie up. 100 ft of dock space is available for boats up to 40 ft.

Vancouver Rowing Club - 49º17.80’ N - 123º07.80’W. V.R.C. is located at the N.W. end of Coal Harbor. Moorage is available all year. Dock space is very limited and reservations highly recommended. Call (604) 687-3400 to verify that space is available! Dock your boat at the guest dock, located behind the Clubhouse. Visitors must then register at the office for berth assignment. Please fly your Club burgee and have your membership card with you. The first two days of moorage are free of charge. Electricity is available at $0.75/foot/day, space permitting. 7 days max. - longer stays may be arranged through the office. A refundable deposit of $25.00 is required for a moorage gate key and club access card.

Vernon Yacht Club - Located on the north-east end of Okanagan Lake, The Vernon Yacht Club is the heart of boating in the North Okanagan.

Washington Yacht Club (Seattle) - 47º 38.88' N - 22º 17.93' W.  Yacht Club moorage is NW of green can buoy 27 in Lake Washington Ship Canal - East of Montlake Bridge - adjacent to Husky football stadium - on 200' outer dock (not connected to land). Dinghy needed to cross 25' water to shore; 200' total on outer dock. Contact Jim Seagren or Lori Stamper 206-291-4936.

West Sound Corinthian Yacht Club (Port Orchard) - 47º 32.662' N - 122º 38.373' W, in the Guest Moorage of the Port Orchard Marina. The entrance is on the west end of the breakwater, north of the fuel dock; 3 boats/yacht club & 6 boats max. Club will cover up to $15 of moorage for one day. Guests pay marina for any excess length or other charges. Contact Harbormaster 360-876-5535.

West Vancouver Yacht Club - 49º21.38’ N - 123º16.39’. W.V.Y.C. is located at Fisherman’s Cove, W. Vancouver, BC. Offers 2 nights moorage to reciprocal clubs. Call (604) 921-7575.

Williamette Sailing Club (Portland) - Willamette Sailing Club is located on the banks of the Willamette River, approximately 5 minutes South of downtown Portland, OR. It is the only small boat sailing club in Portland, and is dedicated to dinghy (non-keelboats under 20 feet) sailing and racing. Moorage is available to members or guests from recognized clubs as specified in the Moorage Rules and Regulations, and is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Contact club administrator at manager@willamettesailingclub.com or 503-246-5345.

William H. Seward Yacht Club (Seward, AK)- 60º 07.041' N - 149º 25.984' W. Two week use of clubhouse. Reciprocal visitor pays for moorage. Sometimes member slips are available for use - Call W.H.S.Y.C. in advance. Contact harbor staff or Harbormaster 907-224-3138.

Yakima Valley Boat Club (Yakima, WA) - 46º 38.12' N 121º10.15' W Rimrock Lake: a beautiful place to boat, camp, fish, swim, water ski, hike, bike, sail, and to watch your children gain outdoor experiences as they grow up. Contact Dockmaster 509-823-6979.

Yacht Destinations provides links and details for most yacht clubs in the Pacific Northwest. If you open an account (no charge) with Yacht Destinations, you can see a list of most Deep Bay Reciprocal Clubs and the most current reciprocal moorage information for each club.

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