Visit CYC

Visiting CYC

The ClubhouseLocated at the southern tip of the Tiburon Peninsula, Corinthian YC's classical white Clubhouse is a destination for many sailors.  Our guest docks, dining room, and bar are available to members of CYC and reciprocal clubs, and to participants in our many regattas.  Advance reservations are generally needed, and it is always wise to check with the club (call 415-435-4771 or email) in advance to determine availability of space.

Due to space limitations, parking at the club is reserved for members only, though there is a public lot conveniently across the street. 

Visiting Yacht Information

Harbor Entrance: 37° 52.33’N 122° 27.31’W
VHF 68 - WQND861 
Office: 415-435-4771
Harbormaster: 415-302-5083

When visiting other than at a regatta, please stop by the office to register with your club's membership card. Our bar and dining room are then open to you on a credit card basis (no cash). 

If arriving by boat, it's important to make advance arrangements with the club. Because of our proximity to some popular establishments, we must necessarily limit unannounced dock usage. Nonetheless, with prior notice, we're happy to host visiting yachtsmen on a space available basis. Visiting yachts must fly their home club burgee and check in with the office. If you are not a member of any yacht club, please contact the office about scheduling a site visit, or possibly membership in CYC, if that is your cup of tea.

Dock & House Rules

The following rules, summarized, apply to members and visitors. * Cell phone use and smoking are not permitted in the Clubhouse. Dogs and other pets are required to remain on the lower deck. A dog station is provided there for your convenience. * Visitors must register with the front office. Visiting (non-tenant) yachts must further display their club's burgee. * Children must be supervised by responsible adults and may not sit or stand at the bar. * Because our parking lot is small, its use is limited to members only. The lot across the street is readily accessible, however.

Guest Dock

Our guest dock is aft of slip A-14 at the end of the "A" berthing line, which is the southernmost berthing line, on the extreme left, as you enter the harbor (see map below). * the Guest Dock is for temporary use only. * In order to provide maximum accommodation for visiting yachts, it is necessary to restrict use of the guest dock to boats under 52' in length. * Regardless of your intended length of stay, kindly contact the Club office or Harbor Master before leaving your home port to ensure space availability. * Upon arrival at the CYC harbor, check in and register with a Club official (Office or Harbor Master) and sign the Club's guest register. * The presentation of a current membership card from a recognized PICYA club is also required. * Guest tie-ups are $1.00 per linear foot per night. The first night is free for members of clubs extending the same courtesy to Corinthian cruisers. * Kindly check out with the Club office prior to departure. 

Club Office

The office is located in the Clubhouse and can be reached by phone on (415) 435-4771. Office hours are Tuesday through Sunday, 9:30 a.m. -- 5:30 p.m.; Closed on Mondays.

Dining Room

The Club Dining Room affords an elegant atmosphere and a glorious view of the Bay. It is open for lunch and dinner on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. [dining room hours] Reservations are recommended and can be made through the Club office or by calling 435-4771.

Gate Card

For security reasons our property is fenced and protected by a locked gate. A GATE CARD may be obtained from the club office upon payment of a security deposit of $20.

Heads and Showers

HEADS and SHOWERS in the Clubhouse are open twenty-four hours. A key card is required for access through the rear entrance on the north side of the building

Ice and Beverages

ICE is available from the machine located on the main dock level adjacent to the blue covered dingy racks. BEVERAGES are available for purchase from the bar.

Shore Power

Power on the floats is 30 amps but not available in all locations and require marine grade connectors. Overloads will trip circuit breakers which then need to be reset.


Visiting skippers are responsible for their vessels and for those aboard their vessels. Visiting yachts must fly their club burgee.

Members and visitors are expected to wear shoes, trousers and shirts in the dining and bar areas. * The Bar is open only to members and their bona fide guests and to visitors who possess a membership card from a club having reciprocal club privileges. * Bringing of liquor onto the property is allowed as long as it is consumed on your boat. All liquor consumed in Club buildings or other facilities must be served or furnished by the Club. * Parents are requested to supervise their children carefully in the harbor areas as well as in the Clubhouse. Skateboarding and roller skating are not allowed on the premises. * Dogs are not permitted on the Club level or inside the Clubhouse. * Guest boats may not perform repairs of any kind without the expressed permission of the Club management. * Use of transom barbecues are prohibited by the Fire Marshal. * Please do not set up any obstructions on the docks such as chairs, tables, barbecues, etc. * Trash containers are located near the main gate.

Club Location

Please see the Google map for directions.

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