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Monomoy Yacht Club Facilities

MOORINGS & DINGHY DOCK
The Club maintains two moorings in Stage Harbor for Club members and visitors. Each is attached to a 4,000 pound block.

MYC #1 @ 041º39.90N 069º57.83W
MYC #2 @ 041º39.83N 069º57.87W

Mooring Use Regulations All requests must be made in advance to the Dock and Mooring Committee. Reservations are for a specific period no longer than seven days, but may be extended upon approval in advance by the Mooring Committee. Request Form.

Dinghy Dock Regulations A floating dock is maintained by the Club for the convenience of members and visitors. It is located adjacent to the Stage Harbor Marine launch dock and is to be used for securing only dinghies used as tenders.

Dinghies must be registered; the current annual fee is $50.00, payable in advance. Request Form. Dinghies must have affixed, on the inside transom, the MYC Dinghy Dock Registration sticker showing registration number, owners name and telephone number. Visitors dinghies must have the owners contact information clearly displayed. Stickers with the Club burgee are available from the Dock and Mooring Committee.

Visitors from reciprocal clubs, as identified in the Register of American Yacht Clubs, may use the MYC Dinghy Dock with permission from a member of the Dock and Mooring Committee for up to 24 hours, with appropriate identification. Visitors using MYC moorings will be provided with special identification and be allowed to use the MYC Dinghy Dock during their stay.



RECIPROCITY
Monomoy Yacht Club is a member of the Yachting Club of America and is listed in the Register of American Yacht Clubs Reciprocity Guide that is published by YCA. A copy of the updated annual Guide is kept in the club house for reference by MYC members.

The Guide contains the names and addresses of over 650 member Yacht Clubs, and provides information for each regarding reciprocity, dockage, facilities and duration of season. Your MYC membership card will often be sufficient to provide access to the listed Yacht Clubs if you wish to visit any of them during your travels. In some instances, however, the Yacht Clubs you intend to visit will require a letter from the MYC Commodore. Check with the intended Yacht Club in advance to find out what is required, and then request a letter from the MYC Commodore by using the e-mail address listed on this website. In order to prepare the letter, the name and address of the Yacht Club will be needed, along with the name of the managing director or other appropriate contact. Please specify if a fax or e-mail is required instead of a mailed letter.

An online listing of many clubs (NOT the official Reciprocity Guide) can be located here.



USE OF CLUBHOUSE

The clubhouse is available to members for private parties of not more than fifty people. Rules on clubhouse use are here. Reservations and arrangements must be made in advance with Regina McDowell.

Monomoy Yacht Club
P.O. Box 175
Chatham, MA 02633
508-945-3766
email: info@monomoyyc.org


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Monomoy Yacht Club


Monomoy Yacht Club
P.O. Box 175
Chatham, MA 02633
508-945-3766
email: info@monomoyyc.org

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Monomoy Yacht Club Facilities

MOORINGS & DINGHY DOCK
The Club maintains two moorings in Stage Harbor for Club members and visitors. Each is attached to a 4,000 pound block.

MYC #1 @ 041º39.90N 069º57.83W
MYC #2 @ 041º39.83N 069º57.87W

Mooring Use Regulations All requests must be made in advance to the Dock and Mooring Committee. Reservations are for a specific period no longer than seven days, but may be extended upon approval in advance by the Mooring Committee. Request Form.

Dinghy Dock Regulations A floating dock is maintained by the Club for the convenience of members and visitors. It is located adjacent to the Stage Harbor Marine launch dock and is to be used for securing only dinghies used as tenders.

Dinghies must be registered; the current annual fee is $50.00, payable in advance. Request Form. Dinghies must have affixed, on the inside transom, the MYC Dinghy Dock Registration sticker showing registration number, owners name and telephone number. Visitors dinghies must have the owners contact information clearly displayed. Stickers with the Club burgee are available from the Dock and Mooring Committee.

Visitors from reciprocal clubs, as identified in the Register of American Yacht Clubs, may use the MYC Dinghy Dock with permission from a member of the Dock and Mooring Committee for up to 24 hours, with appropriate identification. Visitors using MYC moorings will be provided with special identification and be allowed to use the MYC Dinghy Dock during their stay.



RECIPROCITY
Monomoy Yacht Club is a member of the Yachting Club of America and is listed in the Register of American Yacht Clubs Reciprocity Guide that is published by YCA. A copy of the updated annual Guide is kept in the club house for reference by MYC members.

The Guide contains the names and addresses of over 650 member Yacht Clubs, and provides information for each regarding reciprocity, dockage, facilities and duration of season. Your MYC membership card will often be sufficient to provide access to the listed Yacht Clubs if you wish to visit any of them during your travels. In some instances, however, the Yacht Clubs you intend to visit will require a letter from the MYC Commodore. Check with the intended Yacht Club in advance to find out what is required, and then request a letter from the MYC Commodore by using the e-mail address listed on this website. In order to prepare the letter, the name and address of the Yacht Club will be needed, along with the name of the managing director or other appropriate contact. Please specify if a fax or e-mail is required instead of a mailed letter.

An online listing of many clubs (NOT the official Reciprocity Guide) can be located here.



USE OF CLUBHOUSE

The clubhouse is available to members for private parties of not more than fifty people. Rules on clubhouse use are here. Reservations and arrangements must be made in advance with Regina McDowell.