Yacht Club Reciprocity Agreements

As a general rule, a sailor can stop during his trip in a yacht club, and if the club visited is a member of the YCA, access is granted to them. The PCYC is a cashless club. We accept Visa, Master Card, American Express and debit cards. – Exchange of sailing schools between the two clubs, including competitions and coaches. Marina Del Rey Yacht Club, California. One of the nearly 800 member clubs of the Yachting Club of America! – Any active member of a club who resides in the country of a partner club is required to join that club after six months of residency and to respect the statutes of the club concerned. – The development of sports activities between clubs, with all members able to participate freely under the same conditions Although some clubs will be happy to send anchor, food or service bills to the visiting club for counting, which do not provide AYC for the management of these fees. Therefore, the visitor must pay all personal expenses and invoices with the American Yacht Club on site. As an associate member of the Yacht Club de France, the Yacht Club of Monaco is associated with 14 prestigious clubs and maintains reciprocal contracts with 66 others worldwide. Yacht Club Rezipaton is defined as “A network of yacht clubs in accordance with the reciprocal exchange of privileges within this particular group of clubs.” The Yachting Club of America has reciprocal privilege agreements with nearly 800 yacht clubs in the United States.

Although the scope of privileges may vary slightly, a YCA sailboat can generally expect to be able to use all available facilities and services from welcoming clubs, including short-term berths, meal and bar service, heads and showers, etc. One of the many advantages of joining a yacht club is the opportunity to share and enjoy reciprocal privileges in the boat clubs around the lake and even around the world. This means that you can visit and enjoy other yacht club yachts with which PCYC has entered into a reciprocity agreement based on your upstanding membership in the Port Credit Yacht Club. Port Credit Yacht Club will extend the mutual privileges as listed in mutual policy, as they are shared with clubs across the lake. We remind you that if you wish to visit one of our partner or alternative clubs, we may advise our foreign clubs in advance so that the club concerned can be contacted and that an official letter of introduction is sent to them. Please send an email to foreignclubs@ycm.org with the name of the club you want to visit and the data you are on in your environment. We thank you as members of an exclusive and private clubhouse for your understanding and wish you all a happy holiday.