Reciprocal Moorage for SYC Members

  1. Always fly your SYC Burgee!
  2. Present your current SYC membership card.
  3. Know the reciprocal clubs most current procedures by:
  • Reviewing your SYC reciprocal handout – available from Steve Glenn.
  • Reviewing their website (see listing at the bottom of this page).
  • Checking with the harbormaster and/or following their posted signage.
  • Reviewing The Burgee: Premier Marina Guidebook.

Please consider leaving a thank you note or mailing one to the reciprocal club.  You can also write a short account of your experiences for the SYC log and email to the newsletter editor (Jack Bazhaw) for publication.

Please report any problems to Steve Glenn. Thank you!

For additional information, call Steve Glenn at (360) 756-2230 or (360) 306-1974 (SYC cell #).

Guest Reciprocal Moorage

Welcome To Squalicum Harbor On Behalf Of The Members Of Squalicum Yacht Club

The Port of Bellingham – Squalicum Harbor office does not manage Squalicum Yacht Club reciprocal slips. To request reciprocal moorage, please call us directly at (360) 306-1974. If you get our voice mail, please leave your name and phone number. Between May 27th and September 30th, we will make every effort to call you back within the hour!

Our reciprocal slips are located in the East Entrance of Squalicum Harbor close to the Port of Bellingham’s main guest dock at Gate 9. SYC member slips are assigned by phone based on their availability from May 27th–September 30, 2011.

Our policy for use of reciprocal slips is as follows:

  • Reciprocal moorage based on availability—must call first.
  • Please fly your yacht club burgee.
  • Do not leave your boat unattended overnight.
  • Fill out our registration form located in the receptacle on our dock boxes.
  • Include $4.00 per night for power usage with your registration.
  • We have six member slips: Five 36′ LOA and One 40′ LOA.

At the time your slip assignment is given, you will also receive the gate code giving you access to the restrooms, showers, and laundry. The receptacle on our dock box also has local information regarding fuel, food, marine supplies, etc.

Call our reciprocal committee member is Steve Glenn.  Please contact Steve with any questions or problems at  (360) 306-1974. Please enjoy your time in our city with its many amenities. We wish you a safe and pleasant cruising season!

For additional reciprocal information visit YachtDestinations.org . You will need a Yacht Destinations Login for full access. Yacht Destination instructions for individual clubs can be found in the table below.

Name of Yacht ClubLocationCity, StateWebsiteYacht Destination Instructions
False Creek Yacht ClubFalse CreekVancouver, B.C. www.fcyc.com Club Instructions
Fircrest Yacht ClubPoint DefianceTacoma, WAwww.fircrestyachtclub.orgClub Instructions
Capital City Yacht ClubTsehum HarbourSidney, B.C.Club Instructions
Point Roberts Yacht ClubPoint Roberts MarinaPoint Roberts, WA 98281www.pryc.netClub Instructions
Olympia Yacht ClubBudd InletOlympia, WAwww.olympiayachtclub.orgClub Instructions
Oak Harbor Yacht ClubOak HarborOak Harbor, WA www.ohyc.orgClub Instructions
Schooner Cove Yacht ClubVancouver IslandNanoose Bay, B.C. www.scyc.ca/Club Instructions
Nanaimo Yacht ClubNanaimoNanaimo, B.C.www.nanaimoyc.ca/Club Instructions
Kingston Yacht ClubEverettKingston, WAwww.kingstoncoveyc.orgClub Instructions
San Juan Island Yacht ClubPoint Roberts MarinaFriday Harbor, WA 98250www.sjiyc.comClub Instructions
Navy Yacht ClubEverettEverett, WAwww.nycinfo.orgClub Instructions
Orcas Island Yacht ClubWest SoundEastsound, WAwww.oiyc.orgClub Instructions
Semiamoo Yacht ClubBlaine, WAwww.semiahmooyachtclub.comClub Instructions
Fidalgo Yacht ClubAnacortes, WAAnacortes, WAwww.fidalgoyachtclub.orgClub Instructions