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Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club

Established in 1958, Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club, located in Corona del Mar, California, is one of the premiere yacht clubs on the West Coast. BCYC members enjoy reciprocity benefits with yacht clubs throughout the United States and around the world. As you enter BCYC, you sense the friendly and relaxed atmosphere we strive to maintain, which is the hallmark and reputation of the club. The true benefits of membership are the enduring camaraderie and lasting friendships developed amongst the members who share their love of the ocean through very active social, racing and cruising programs. Our BCYC Junior Program is considered one of the best in the area.

Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club

News

What a Summer it has Been

You know how the old saying goes, time flies, and nothing could be truer than that for our Camp Corinthian, the junior summer sailing program. Just as summer has, it too has flown by. I am well aware that some of our members think of this summer program as a pain – young people all over the place, Sabots and sails everywhere – but our BCYC Junior Sailing program is truly one of the [...]

Making New Friends

As I look back to the four days of the joint BCYC Clambake/Commodore’s Cruise, I realize that we are more than just a club, we are a family. Members and staff alike are willing to help each other, lend a hand, work together and join in! As I have said to many new members, joining a committee at the club is one of the best ways to meet other members and build life-long friendships [...].

Catalina Cruising

If you didn’t make it to Commodore Kari Konapelsky’s Commodore’s Cruise and Clambake, you missed out! What a great time we all had. The Buffalo Milks and Mai Tai’s kept flowing, General Manager Scott Jones and Chef Georges Rapicault kept us well fed, Bar Manager Shawncy Little kept us hydrated, Ara Babigian was most helpful in schlepping and clean up. Our live band had [...]

Anglers with their catch at clambake

Check out the busy anglers at the Clambake Cruise.    Jim & Lorie Buchanan, Angling