Posts Tagged ‘Ocean’

PostHeaderIcon JSA Manhasset Bay Yacht Club Regatta

On July 26th and 27th, sailors from all over the Long Island sound traveled to Manhasset to compete in the annual MBYC Jr. Race Week. I interviewed some of the sailors. Be sure to check out for more junior sailing news! Thanks to Kevin MacLeod for his awesome royalty-free music! (C) Jack Belisle Pictures 2012

PostHeaderIcon Video Tour of the Bitter End Yacht Club at Virgin Gorda

A promotional video montage of what you’ll find at the Bitter End Yacht Club in Virgin Gorda.

PostHeaderIcon Sailing Club of the Future – SailTime :: SailTime is the sailing club of the future where you pay a flat rate to sail as much or as little as you like in your local waterway as well as all across the country and around the world. At SailTime, your boat is ready when you are.

PostHeaderIcon Yacht Club Tower Panama brings you a Virtual Tour of Yacht Club Tower Panama on Balboa Avenue, Panama City, Republic of Panama due to be completed in 2009. A Strategic partnership between Zoom Development and Lynx and Prodigy International. Yacht Club Panama will by 57 floors high and offer 210 spectacular 1 and 2 bedroom residences with top-of-the-line finishes, starting from the 0′s. The sizes range from 1370 to 2220 square feet. Unit finishes include European style cabinets, stainless steel appliances, stone kitchen and bathroom countertops, ceramic floors, semi-private elevators to units plus designer faucets and fixtures.


Clifford Potter Productions fimed the Seaview Yacht Club which lies in the heart of this sailing village in East Wight. The Club was established in 1883 and enjoys the reputation of being one of the UK’s leading yacht clubs.

PostHeaderIcon Clear Lake, Texas After Hurricane Ike – Watergate, Waterford, Lakewood Yacht Clubs

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A yacht club is a sports club specifically related to sailing and yachting. Yacht Clubs are mostly located by the sea, although there are some prestigious ones that have been established at a lake or riverside location, like the W├╝rttembergischer Yacht Club in Friedrichshafen, Germany. Many yacht or sailing clubs have either a marina or a delimited section of the beach or shoreline with buoys marking the areas off-limits for swimmers as well as safe offshore anchorages. On shore they also include a perimeter reserved for the exclusive use of the members of the club as well as a clubhouse with attached bar, caf├ę or restaurant where members socialize in a pleasant and informal setting. Although the terms Yacht Club and Sailing Club tend to be synonymous, some general differences regarding the recreational use of boats can be broadly outlined. Historically a Yacht Club tended to focus on a membership composed of yacht owners. This type of club often was extremely exclusive, attracting the aristocracy or the high class and leaving small boat owners out of the circle. On the other hand, a Sailing Club tended to focus on a membership composed of owners of smaller boats such as dinghies. These became very popular towards the end of the 19th century when small boats began to be produced on an industrial scale. Yacht clubs are often known by their acronym (eg New York Yacht Club abbreviated to NYYC and Kamini Yacht Club abbreviated to KYC). Many important yacht clubs have been

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PostHeaderIcon Eastport Yacht Club Bermuda Ocean Race party.MP4

A race designed for racing and cruising yachts to provide an exciting, affordable, and winnable blue water race to beautiful Bermuda. The Eastport Yacht Club and the St. George’s Dinghy and Sports Club are pleased to announce the 17th Biennial Bermuda Ocean Race (BOR) from Annapolis, Maryland to St. George’s Bermuda, Friday, June 11, 2010. The first Bermuda Ocean Race was established in 1979 with seven yachts that competed informally. The organizers determined there was sufficient interest for this type of race and it became an accepted biennial event starting in 1980. Since then the fleet has grown and now attracts both racing and cruising boats. The fleet is limited to 50 entries. This allows the committee and host clubs to be responsive to the needs of each entrant–a major objective of the race organizers.

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