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Bellingham Yacht Club
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Bellingham Yacht Club

2625 Harbor Loop

Bellingham, WA 98225

United States (US)

360-305-2452

After hours: Commodore Terry Tavelli, 360-305-2452

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Club, Fuel, Repair

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Year round or seasonal
Year round - Club is volunteer only and is open Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings in the Summer and Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings in the Winter.
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Credit cards, Checks, Cash

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Reciprocal Moorage - first night is free.

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Not normally monitored although the Port of Bellingham does monitor Channel 16 for visiting boats.

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Web site: www.byc.org

Email: commodore@byc.org

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Owner/manager: Port of Bellingham

Harbormaster: Mike Endsley

Dockmaster: Tim Mumford (for BYC leased reciprocal dock)

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Reciprocal Moorage at the Bellingham Yacht Club

FACILITIES AND AMENITIES:
The BYC offers visitors from reciprocal Yacht Clubs use of the BYC dock; the Club’s restrooms and showers; and participation in the Club’s Friday’s @ Five program.

DOCK RULES AND REGULATIONS:
The BYC Dock is available to reciprocal club members on a first-come, first serve basis; about 100 feet is available for reciprocal guest use.

NOTE: DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS, PARTICULARLY JULY AND AUGUST THE DOCK FILLS EARLY. BYC DOES NOT GUARANTEE MOORAGE. IF BYC MOORAGE IS NOT AVAILABLE TRY THE ADJACENT PUBLIC DOCK (CHARGES 50 CENTS/FT/NIGHT).

Upon arrival boaters should collect a BYC registration form/envelope from the small wooden box at the east end of the dock. The information should be completed, and the envelope stub should be posted on a window of the vessel clearly visible from the dock. Prior to departure the envelope containing cash or check should be deposited in the BYC box on the Club (basement) doorway. If the skipper’s club does not have reciprocal privileges, the skipper will be asked to move the boat from the BYC dock.

Visitors are required to: (A) Return dock carts promptly after use; (B) Honor the 'no sewage discharge' policy of the Port of Bellingham and USCG; (C) Take all garbage to the dumpsters located across from BYC Club house; (D) Do no cooking and/or have no fires on the docks themselves; (E) Keep lines and cords coiled and stowed so as to minimize their hazard; (E) Display the BYC registration-envelope stub in the boats window dockside; and (F) Fly their club’s burgee.

Member Yachting Club of America - The National Association of Yacht Clubs, publisher of 'THE REGISTER OF AMERICAN YACHT CLUBS' Reciprocity Guide.