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EARLY YEARS Within approximately one year of the charter date, we had obtained membership of 25 (the required minimum) and applied for membership in S.C.Y.A.  We were promptly accepted as members of "a recognized yacht club" and within the span of a comparatively few years increased our membership to almost 500. 

MILESTONES OF PROGRESS Through the efforts of hundreds of dedicated members, it is now possible to point to milestones of progress like these:  FIRST CLUBHOUSE On March 27, 1962, Del Rey Yacht Club, a non-profit corporation, and the County of Los Angeles entered into a 60-year lease for parcel No. 30 in the new Del Rey Marina.  The construction of slips was commenced shortly thereafter, and in September 1965, a magnificent clubhouse was completed and dedicated.    YACHT RACING PROMINENCE Del Rey Yacht Club has taken an outstanding place in yachting circles.  It is a member of the United States Sailing Association, the Southern California Yachting Association, the Yacht Racing Union of Southern California, the Association of Santa Monica Bay Yacht Clubs, the Southern California Cruiser Association and the Santa Monica Bay Power Fleet.    The Club has participated actively in all forms of both sail racing and predicted log racing, sponsoring over 25 races each year.  Its members have entered such well known international blue water races as the Transpacific Yacht Race, numerous races of Mexico, the Clipper Cup Series, Sardinia Cup, Southern Ocean Racing Circuit, as well as the Pacific Coast Barusch Race and the North American Invitational.    PUERTO VALLARTA RACE Del Rey Yacht Club was the organizer and host Club for the first international race to Puerto Vallarta in 1971 and continues sponsoring this highly successful biennial event that has generated international recognition and commendation.  As a consequence of the good relations fostered by the race organizing committees, the city officials in Puerto Vallarta proposed that Marina Vallarta and Marina del Rey become Sister Marinas. Today, we are justifiably proud of this very special relationship.    SPECIAL PROGRAMS We can point with pride to our Club's active educational program, Anglers’ activities, Junior Activities, Racing programs, enthusiastic Auxiliary, fine dining room, general good fellowship and nautical sportsmanship.    LIFETIME MEMBERS On April 29, 1972, we celebrated our 20th anniversary with a Club party at which "surviving" pioneer members were awarded "service stripes" for twenty continuous years of Club membership. The award of these service stripes, as well as additional 10-year milestone certificates, is now recognized annually at our general meetings. In 2015, our most senior member was awarded her 60-Year Membership Award. In just 1998 alone, membership honors were bestowed on six 40-year members, five 30-year members and seventeen 20-year members.  For many of our members, membership in Del Rey Yacht Club is for life!    OUR CATALINA ISLAND FACILITY On October 8, 1972, the Club celebrated another milestone when a large group of members on a Commodore's Cruise participated in the dedication of our lovely new Catalina Harbor facility, which has been constantly improved and enjoyed by our members and their guests over the many years.   CLUBHOUSE EXPANSION Early in 1972, steps were taken to enlarge the physical facilities of the Club by the addition of 88 slips and end ties adjoining the Club property.  In 1984, culminating years of effort by many members, the Club built 56 new slips and accompanying facilities on the main channel in front of the Clubhouse. The addition of these slips made it possible then for nearly every member to have a slip for his boat at the Club, and has resulted in providing us with one of the largest and finest Yacht Club properties in the country.  CLUBHOUSE EXPANSION...AGAIN Over the years, the membership and their various activities outgrew the boundaries of the original Clubhouse.  A Building Renovation Committee was formed, an architect was chosen, and in July 1993, construction began.  Construction took about nine months to complete, during which time the Club continued its business and its activities in a large tent and temporary buildings that were placed on the patio and the parking lot.  On March 18, 1994, the officers of the Club and the Auxiliary were formally installed in the new Del Rey Yacht Club, and the building was re-dedicated.  On March 20, which was Opening Day, the officers and members were proud to greet the guests of the neighboring yacht clubs in the quiet elegance of their new facility.  And so, the founding members who dared to dream of a Del Rey Yacht Club passed the baton to fellow members who dared to dream a little farther.   

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Founded originally in 1922 by yachtsmen including Charles Hathaway and Frank Garbutt, the California Yacht Club's first clubhouse was built in Wilmington, CA in Los Angeles' inner harbor (berths nos. 192 & 193), just opposite Terminal Island. Close by were the yards of renowned yacht builders Wilmington Boat Works and Fellows & Stewart (second location). In the club's inaugural year, member yachtsmen formed the first Star class fleet on the Pacific coast. Involved in all aspect of the sport, the club has encouraged a variety of pleasure boating, first in Los Angeles Harbor, and now in Santa Monica Bay.

Over the years CYC has been the club for numerous prominent yachtsmen including Merritt Adamson, Pierpont Davis, Roy E. Disney, J. Paul Getty, Samuel K. Rindge, William Stewart, James Kilroy and navigator extraodinaire, Ben Mitchell. Movie mogul Cecil B. DeMille once served as a trustee of the club and donated a gold cup for powerboat racing. Comedy film producers Al Christie and Hal Roach were both deeply involved in club activities in the twenties and thirties.

Power boating has always been a part of the club's mission along with sailing and rowing. The first CYC powerboat regatta was run in 1922 and the winner was none less than the famous Gar Wood in his Harmsworth Trophy winner Miss America. CYC's Catalina Challenge race for powerboats has been run annually since 1922.

A fire on Thanksgiving Day, 1930 severely damaged the original clubhouse although the heroic efforts of some members saved all of the trophies.

In 1932, several CYC members figured prominently in the sailing events at the Los Angeles Olympic Games. Owen Churchill, inventor of the SwimFin, won the gold medal in the Eight-Metre Class with Angelita.

Unfortunately, the club was forced to relinquish its key location in the East Basin to the Coast Guard for the war effort in 1941. A dormant period followed.

With the development of the long-awaited Marina Del Rey in the early 1960s, the club reformed in '63 and elected Fritz Overton, Commodore in 1923, as head of the "new" club. In 1966, they opened the modern clubhouse and marina facility that is their home today. The radial design of the building allows sweeping panoramic views of the marina.

The California Yacht Club is owned by the Hathaway family, owners of the Los Angeles Athletic Club. The annual "Great Catalina to Marina del Rey Rowing and Paddling Event" pays tribute to Charles Hathaway's row in 1976 from Catalina Island to the club on his 50th birthday.

The unique combination of private ownership and annually elected flag officers has worked well to establish California Yacht Club as one of the outstanding clubs in the nation.


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Young Chang

Let it first be said that we’re talking about the Bahia Corinthian

Yacht Club. Not the Balboa Bay Club, not the Balboa Yacht Club, and

definitely not the Newport Harbor Yacht Club.

Get this wrong and you’re in for some pain, former commodores of the

Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club joke. With the history that they have in

mind, and the efforts to find a unique name as well as own their own

property, it’s no wonder they’re proud of their identity.

Known at this time of year as the party place on the eve of the

Newport to Ensenada Race, the Bahia Corinthian boasts a history few

non-boaters know.

Founded in 1958 by 10 yachtsmen, the first version of the group was

called the Bahia Yacht Club and leased a room from the Balboa Bay Club.

But one of the first things members did was change its name -- they added

“Corinthians” to the title so as not to share an acronym with the Balboa

Yacht Club.

“Corinthians” means an amateur, nonprofessional yachtsman, said Lorin

Weiss, the original vice commodore for the club. “Bahia” means bay and

was also the name of the boat belonging to the group’s very first

commodore, Don Bussey.

In 1968, the club joined with the Orange Coast Yacht Club, of which

Weiss was a founding member. They chose to go by the name “Bahia

Corinthian Yacht Club” because of the recognition commodore Pat Dougan

had brought to the club when he purchased the 12-meter Columbia, a boat

that had won the America’s Cup a decade earlier.

“Pat Dougan became famous in yachting circles,” said Brian Carter,

also a founding member who joined the club in 1964. “With Dougan’s

stature, we were able to negotiate for the purchase of the old

Richardson’s Yacht Anchorage.”

This was a big deal for the club.

“In the ‘60s, the primary interest of most yacht club members here was

to race, and to race you had to belong to a yacht club that was a member

of the Southern California Yachting Organization, and to do that you had

to be a dues-paying member of a yacht club,” Carter explained.

Which is why many clubs of that day were formed merely on


But the Bahia Corinthian did not at that time buy the anchorage on

which it still sits today. Instead, they leased the property --

including land and marina -- from the Irvine Co. until 1993, when they

finally purchased it.

“We grew and prospered through trials and tribulations and that sort

of thing,” Weiss said. “We built the present clubhouse and moved in in

1971. We’re one of the few yacht clubs on the West Coast that owns its

own yacht club, land and marina.”

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Perpetual Trophies

Below are the active Perpetual Trophies of the Sausalito Yacht Club. These trophies exhibit the tone and philosophy of a club and add continuity through a club's history.

JAWS Commemorative Race

Begun in 2013, it is an annual sail and powered boat race in commemoration of the races run off the clubhouse deck in the '60s and '70s. In those days the membership could enjoy and participate in both the start and finish of the races.

The divisions are Spinnaker, Non-Spinnaker, and Powered boat Predicted Log. The sailboat races are pursuit races, so called because the slowest boats start first and are “pursued” by the faster ones. This race is intended to be a fun event, bringing together the full range of our membership to witness and even engage in cheering on a favorite from the comfort of the club's lounge and dining room. The race is open to everyone and free for SYC members.

The Perpetual Trophy was donated by life member Charles “Bud” Livingstone who got the jaws from his family's summer resort in New Hampshire where the jaws were on display from 1930 until 1983. Its provenance is a little mysterious in that one story claims the 10-foot blue shark was wrestled into a boat in Cuba by the donor and his fishing buddies; another version was that it was purchased at auction by Bud's father to add to the Livingstone Lodge antiques and curio collection. The race is typically held mid March.

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The JAWS Trophy

Midwinter Series

Mid Winter Trophy

The Winter Trophy

The WINTER TROPHY for the races commonly known as the Midwinters was created by the SYC in 1981. Recognition is given to the winners of each division in the Series. These races are held once a month November through March. The winter sailing conditions are typically lighter air coming from the land than summer conditions and often involve more extreme tides.

Rear Commodore's Race

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Rear Commodore's Trophy (The Mora Trophy)

Presented by then Rear Commodore Frank Z. Mora in 1979. The Rear Commodore's Trophy was originally awarded to the winner of a special “race-cruise regatta” from the Sausalito area to Vallejo, usually held during the July 4th weekend. In 2022 this race was changed to a Pursuit-race format within the central bay.

Sunset Series

The Sunset Series consists of two series of races in the central bay, on alternate Tuesday nights during the Spring and Summer seasons. At the completion of the second series, the results of both series are combined and several perpetual trophies are awarded.

Blum, Gear & Oliver Trophies

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Blum Trophy

Presented in l98l in memory of SYC member, Ben Blum, The Blum Trophy is awarded to the best placed SYC member in Division A for the combined Sunset Series.

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Gear Trophy

The Gear Trophy is awarded to the to the best placed SYC member in Division C for the combined Sunset Series. Presented in 1984 by SYC Senior Member, Miggs Gear.

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Oliver Trophy

Presented in 1986 by Rear Commodore Gilbert Oliver and Bonnie Oliver. The Oliver Trophy is awarded to the best placed SYC member of Division D for the combined Sunset Series.

Lischeske Trophy

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Twin Island Regatta

The twin island (chef's special) & decker trophies.

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The Twin Island Trophy (Chef's Special)

The Twin Island Regatta was conceived in 1979 as a race around the two islands, Angel and Alcatraz, in either direction. The race was to be held on the day before opening day, usually the last weekend in April. Then-chef Fernand Loing, had the Twin Island Trophy created to have the best finishing SYC member engraved on it. This resulted in the sometimes used nickname “The Chefs Special”.

Today the Race has two divisions, spinnaker and non-spinnaker. It starts from a Race Committee boat in the Knox area off Angel Island, then a port rounding of a buoy by Yellow Bluff after which the skippers choose to round the two islands clockwise or counterclockwise, back to a starboard rounding of the Yellow Bluff buoy, and a finish off the club race deck.

In 2003 Rod Decker, a SYC member and racer, proposed adding a trophy to the Twin Island Regatta by creating a series adding two more races, one in the summer and one in the fall. He presented the Decker trophy to the club for the best overall SYC member finishers of the three races to be engraved on it.

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The Decker Trophy

75th Anniversary John Williams Youth Award Trophy

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This trophy was deeded to the club by Staff Commodore John Williams in 2017 on the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Sausalito Yacht Club. It will be awarded to the winning youth (under 18 years of age on the day of the race) in each division of the Twin Island Series with the best series record of scored races.

Women Skippers Regatta

In this race, all boats are to be helmed throughout the race by a woman; No man's hand shall touch the helm.  

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Women Skippers Regatta Trophy

Originally called the Lady Skipper's Trophy, the Women Skippers Regatta Trophy was presented by the SYC Auxiliary in 1980 to the winning skipper in each division, regardless of yacht-club affiliation.

An additional trophy, the Womens Skippers Race Trophy, was added in 2002 to be awarded to the first place SYC boat in each division.

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SYC Womens Skippers Race Trophy

All Women Crew Trophy

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This trophy is awarded to the winning all-female crew in the Women Skippers Regatta. Designed by Gail Ward, it was donated by the SYC Auxiliary in September 2006 in order to encourage all-woman teams to participate.

Trophies for Distinguished Service

Commodore's trophy.

Presented in 1984 by Commodore Craig Brown. The Commodore's Trophy is awarded annually for distiguished service on the Board of Directors and for outstanding involvement in racing activity.

Enzensperger Trophy

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Presented in 1981 by founding members, Jim Enzensperger and family. The Enzensperger award is for distinguished service to the SYC.

Peggy Plumley Trophy

Presented in 2003 by a founding member of the Sausalito Yacht Club. The Peggy Plumley Trophy is to be awarded to an individual associated with SYC's Youth Sailing Program for rendering distinguished service.

Shirley Bates Trophy

The Shirley Bates Perpetual Trophy was gifted to the Sausalito Yacht Club by Commodore Mary Richardson in November of 2008. This trophy was created in recognition of the significant contribution to Bay Area sailing made by SYC member Shirley Bates.  A member of SYC since 1957, Shirley has sailed and raced with vigor and tenacity in San Francisco Bay events, always maintaining the highest level of sportsmanship.  As the first recipient of this Trophy, Shirley Bates has set a standard for future recipients.  The Trophy will be awarded not more than once per year to an SYC member who is recognized by the Race Committee as having made a significant contribution to San Francisco Bay sailing. This includes contributions in all aspects of sailing, racing, cruising, junior sail training and other sailing related activities.  The Trophy will be kept on display at the Sausalito Yacht Club. Each recipient’s name will be engraved on the plaque of the Trophy. A token of the Trophy (keeper) will be award to each recipient at the Annual Race Banquet or the SYC Annual Membership meeting.-



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