Edmonds Yacht Club was founded in 1961 in conjunction with the opening of the Port of Edmonds boat harbor as a focal point for those who wished to enhance their enjoyment of boat ownership with the social camaraderie of fellow boaters. Our membership consists of a wide spectrum of boaters, from families with young children to retired grandparents and a whole bunch in between.
We're an active, cruising club that conducts a cruise almost every month. We usually conduct a major cruise around the three main summer holidays, cruising to destinations such as Port Orchard over the Memorial Day weekend, San Juan Islands during the Independence Day holiday and Port Ludlow for the Labor Day weekend. We often plan an extended cruise further north following our July 4th event.
Our monthly General Meetings are preceded by a social hour and dinner. They offer an opportunity for a mid-week night out where you can socialize with other members and become informed about club activities, boating safety and other related subjects. We open the clubhouse for an informal T.G.I.F. (Thank God It Floats) the second Friday of every month. The T.G.I.F. social is sometimes a potluck while other times we furnish a main course for a minimal fee.
Go ahead and check out our Cruising page to see this year's past and upcoming cruises. The Edmonds Yacht Club also hosts a number of casual cruises every year. These follow a lax schedule and require that members bring their own food. Our events also include more than just cruises. Our Crab Feed and Auction is a popular event in April held at our clubhouse as is the New Years Eve Party and Holiday on the Docks celebration, held the second weekend in December.
If you are interested in joining, head over to the Learn more page and click the link for a downloadable copy of our membership flyer. Contacts for membership and additional information may also be found on the Contact Us page.
For more information on the events and cruises we host, you may want to check out the Calendar page. Our monthly newsletter the Ship to Shore can also be viewed if you wish to read the Commodore's report.
During late 2009 and 2010 a new clubhouse was constructed, it contains many new features and allows for larger events and gatherings. For images of the new clubhouse and club events, feel free to browse through the online Photo Gallery. New images are added all the time.