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There are big ships and small ships, but the best ship of all is FRIENDSHIP!
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We're Located in Dana Point
Dana Point Harbor is not only a beautiful harbor in one of the most romantic areas of California, it is also a bustling portside community, offering many amenities to both residents and guests.
In Sunny Southern CaliforniaWe love to have a great time in the Dana Point Harbor, cruising to close locations like Catalina, Oceanside, Newport Beach and Long Beach
Sail Under Our Burgee!
Sailing members can enter any Southern California Yachting Association (SCYA) race under our Burgee
Member SCYAThe Mission of the Southern California Yachting Association is to provide an organization for the support and promotion of amateur, recreational and pleasure yachting in Southern California by providing an organization and a forum to foster local, regional, national and international yachting competition, coordinate race schedules, activities and regattas, conduct seminars, and provide training and education on race management and safety at sea.
Cruise Catalina With WCYC!
Come enjoy a nice cruise with the crew. It makes life feel so much more connected
From Buccaneer Days to Weekend Cruises, we do it all!The 2015 events haven’t been posted yet, but will be shortly!
West Coast Yacht Club is a cruising club with cruises and events scheduled throughout the year. Sailing members can enter any Southern California Yachting Association (S.C.Y.A.)
race under our burgee. Our Members are very active, participating in cruises and various other activities on the water, guaranteeing that you will get more use out of your boat, whether sail or power, by joining WCYC. In July 1931, eight young men decided to form a yacht club. These boating enthusiasts constituted the charter membership of the present WCYC. Since four of the young men were building boats in their backyards, it was inevitable that the burgee should have a sawhorse as it’s keynote. The colors they chose were a combination of those used by the University of Southern California, hence a blue sawhorse was superimpose on a yellow and red field. Since the inception of The WCYC, its burgee has been flown by members on cruises to many of the romantic ports on the Pacific and The Atlantic Oceans and The Caribbean and Mediterranean Seas, including such places as Alaska, New Zealand and The Panama Canal.