Our mission is to provide a safe and fun learning environment that will instill, in our sailors, a lifelong love for the sport of sailing.
Ultimately we will promote regional, national, international amateur sailing, maritime education and competition. We endorse an interest in sailing education and maritime arts and science.
Respect of the sport and of others in the sport
Sportsmanship and the Corinthian Spirit
Self-confidence and personal development
Teamwork on and off the water
Healthy competition, even at the highest level
Those participants dedicated to the program will have experiences that will benefit them for a lifetime. All ABYC coaches will share their knowledge and experience through a structured curriculum. Follow the link to the Programs we offer or simply browse through our tabs at the top of the page. Also, be sure to like us on Facebook and check us out on YouTube.
Calling all ABYC Juniors! It’s time apply to the ABYC Junior Board for the next yacht club year that starts in October. The Junior Board at ABYC staffs and plans many social and community service events throughout the year, including: Installation Dinner in October; holiday party in December; Easter brunch; April General Meeting; Opening Day; Mother’s Day brunch; various regattas; beach cleanups and other events. Your work on the Junior Board counts as community service for high school and college. The application deadline is August 30. The Junior Board is approved by ABYC’s Board of Directors in September. Each candidate must be an ABYC member in good standing, in grades 8-12 for the upcoming school year, committed to actively work on behalf of ABYC, and be a positive role model for other juniors, at ABYC, other yacht clubs and in the community. Attendance is required at the events listed above. Please contact Jennifer Golison at if you are interested.
Also, after nine years Jennifer Golison as Junior Board Coordinator would like to handoff this position to another enthusiast parent. Please contact Jennifer if you are interested.