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Tyee Yacht Club
Established 1946


2019 Going' North Cruise - Sunset over Roche Harbor

Physical Location:
3229
Fairview Ave East
Seattle, WA 98102

Email:
info@tyeeyachtclub.org

Phone:
206-402-3957



No cruising club blends the waters of Puget Sound and fun better than Tyee Yacht Club!  

We are a self-sustaining non-profit club, with a clubhouse and dock on Lake Union and two private "outstations": one at Eagle Harbor on Bainbridge Island and another at Port Hadlock. Our outstation at Bainbridge includes a newly-remodeled clubhouse and over 600 feet of dock. A quiet island paradise awaits you 30 minutes from Seattle. Quickly relax to "island time" with a couple of friends.

 As a member, you'll become part of the Tyee "family," a diverse, positive group of people who love boating. Membership in Tyee also affords you reciprocal use privileges at more than 125 clubs throughout the Salish Sea and beyond, not to mention the option to participate in a robust club cruising calendar, dinners, parties, educational programs, and joint activities with other clubs in the Grand 14, a group of the major yacht clubs in the  Puget Sound. 


See our Tyee Information and Benefits page for more info.

For membership or other information, please email us at: info@tyeeyachtclub.org



Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events


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2019 Going North Cruise


 

   


The Recreational Boating Association of Washington (RBAW) is a volunteer organization for state-wide advocacy of recreational boating issues. RBAW is the "Voice of Boaters" in Olympia. Today there are over 50 clubs and 10,000 boaters that support RBAW. 

Join RBAW Today!

Please Register for the RBAW Annual Meeting! Guest speakers include Hilary Franz, Washington’s Commissioner of Public Lands who is responsible for all the marine leases in the state also joining us will be Mark Bunzel, Publisher of the wildly popular Waggoner Cruising Guide and George Harris the Executive Director of the Northwest Marine Trade Association.  We will discuss our efforts to create a new marine park in Washington similar to our efforts preserving Sucia Island in the San Juan’s, and we will update you on the upcoming issues that we will tackle in the 2020 Legislature.  Thismeetingwill be fast paced and highly informative to recreational boaters.

 

Event Details

 

2019AnnualMeeting
DATE: Saturday, November 23 2019
TIME: 8:45am – 3:00pm

LOCATION: Seattle Yacht Club, 1807 E. Hamlin St., Seattle, WA 98112

 

 

There is limited space for this year’smeetingso we suggest you register as soon as possible to ensure availability, the link for registration is: https://rbaw.wildapricot.org/event-3360207/Registration