Yacht Clubs

At the Marina’s many yacht clubs, local and visiting boat owners can find access and a full array of services. The clubs also serve as a social hub for the boating community, and often offer facilities perfect for staging a memorable waterside event.

California Yacht Club

310-823-4567

A local landmark, this private club features elegant dining, bar, function rooms, catering, swimming and paddle tennis. Ambitious sailing, power, rowing and racing programs, junior activities, cruises and women’s association programs offered.

Del Rey Yacht Club

310-823-4664

This spacious clubhouse features dining, lounge and large meeting/banquet space. Offers 300 slips, hoist, pool, basketball court, table and paddle tennis, and a Catalina Island facility. Activities include racing, cruises, junior sailing and recreation.

Marina Venice Yacht Club

424-789-6892

Located at the Marina City Club’s West Tower, this is a non-profit, self-help yacht club with an active training, cruising and racing schedule. They offer cruises to Dana Point, Ventura and Catalina Island as well as weekly open houses.

Pacific Mariners Yacht Club

310-823-9717

This is a do-it-yourself club, with no paid employees and activities handled by members on a volunteer basis. The club is open daily, with an adjacent guest dock and activities including racing, cruising, Friday night dinners and Monday night football.

Santa Monica Windjammers Yacht Club

310-827-7692

Located on the main channel, the club offers a clubhouse, bar, patio, dining room, fully equipped galley, 200-slip marina, small boat hoist, restrooms and parking. Activities include racing, cruising, social dinner parties and seamanship seminars.

South Coast Corinthian Yacht Club

310-306-2787

The clubhouse is a come-as-you-are, self-service establishment with 24-hour access. A one-ton hoist is also available. Activities include yacht racing, one-design racing, cruising, social gatherings, harbor cruises, and club meetings.