Yacht Clubs: Connecticut, USA

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Locale
Vendor

Baldwin Yacht Club
http://www.baldwinyachtclub.org/
Old Saybrook

Belle Haven Yacht Club
Belle Haven
203-869-5014

Black Rock Yacht Club
http://www.blackrockyc.com/
Bridgeport
203-335-0587

Bolton Lake Sailing Club
http://members.aol.com/slangf2510/blsc.htm
Bolton

Branford Yacht Club
Branford
203-488-9798

Candlewood Yacht Club
http://www.cycsail.org/
New Fairfield

Cedar Point Yacht Club
http://www.cedarpointyachtclub.org/
Bluff Point
Westport
203-226-7411

Darien Boat Club
http://www.darienboatclub.org/
Darien
203-655-1927

Duck Island Yacht Club
http://www.diyc.com/
Westbrook

East End Yacht Club
http://www.eeyc.org/
104 Bay St.
Bridgeport
06607
203-366-3330

Essex Corinthian Yacht Club
http://www.essexcorinthianyc.org/
Essex
(860) 767-3239

Essex Yacht Club
http://www.essexyc.com/
Essex
860-767-8121

Frostbite Yacht Club
http://www.fbyc.org/
Essex

Greenwich Boat & Yacht Club
Greenwich
203-622-9558

Groton Long Point Yacht Club
http://www.glpyc.org/
Groton
Long Point

Guilford Yacht Club
http://www.gyc.com/
Guilford
203-458-3048

Halloween Yacht Club
http://www.hyc.net/
Stamford
203-348-5510

Hamburg Cove Yacht Club
http://www.hcyc.com/
Lyme

Hartford Yacht Club
S. Glastonbury
860-633-9669

Housatonic Yacht Club
Stratford

Indian Harbor Yacht Club
http://www.indianharboryc.com
Greenwich
203-869-2484

Indian Neck Yacht Club
http://www.indianneckyc.org
87 Harding Ave Branford 06405
203-488-9276

International Yacht
Racing Club This site developed by Steve Steiner for YachtClub.com 2001
TBD

Mason Island Yacht Club
http://pages.cthome.net/theallyns/index.html
Mystic
860-536-9080

Miamogue Yacht Club
http://www.miamogue.com/
Bridgeport
203-334-9882

Middlesex Yacht Club
http://www.middlesexyachtclub.com/
Chester
860-526-5634

Middletown Yacht Club
Milford
203-877-1261

Milford Yacht Club
http://www.milfordyachtclub.com/
Milford
(203) 877-1261

Minuteman Yacht Club
http://www.minutemanyachtclub.org/
Westport

Mystic River Mudhead Sailing Association
http://www.mudhead.org
West Mystic

New Haven Yacht Club
http://www.newhavenyc.org/
New Haven
(203) 469-9608

Niantic Bay Yacht Club
http://www.nbyc.org/
Niantic
860-739-0558

Noroton Yacht Club
http://www.norotonyc.org/
Darien
860-655-1849

North Cove Yacht Club
http://www.ncyc.addr.com/
Old Saybrook
860-388-9097

Norwalk Yacht Club
http://www.norwalkyc.com/
Norwalk
203-866-0941

Old Greenwich Yacht Club
http://www.ogyc.org/
Greenwich

Old Mystic Marina & Yacht Club
Mystic
860-536-4930

Pattaconk Yacht Club
Chester
860-526-5626

Pequonnock Yacht Club
Bridgeport
203-334-5708

Pequot Yacht Club
http://www.pequotyc.com
Southport
203-255-5740

Pettipaug Yacht Club
http://www.pettipaug.com/
Essex
860-767-8893

Ponus Yacht Club
http://www.theponusyachtclub.com/
Stamford
(203) 323-7157

Pine Orchard Yacht & Country Club
http://www.poycc.org/
Pine Orchard
Branford
(203) 488-2575

Pootatuck Yacht Club
Stratford
203-377-9068

Ram Island Yacht Club
http://www.ramislandyachtclub.org/
Noank
860-536-9014

Riverside Yacht Club
http://www.riversideyc.org/
Riverside
203-637-8987

Sachem Head Yacht Club
http://www.shyclub.com
Guilford
203-453-9207

Shennecossett Yacht Club
http://www.shennecossettyachtclub.org
Groton
860-445-8211

Smith Cove Yacht Club
Niantic

Sprite Island Yacht Club
East Norwalk
203-866-7879

Stamford Yacht Club
http://www.stamfordyc.com/
Stamford
203-323-3161

Stonington Harbor Yacht Club
http://www.shyc.us/
Stonington
860-535-0112
Fax 535-9810

Thames Yacht Club
http://www.thamesyachtclub.org/
New London
860-443-9933

United States Coast Guard Academy Sailing Club (USCGA Sailing Club)
http://cgasailing.org
New London
860-444-8507

Wadawanuck Yacht Club
Stonington
860-535-9309

Watch Island Yacht Club
Watch Island

Waucoma Yacht Club
New Haven
203-789-9530

West Haven Yacht Club
West Haven
203-933-9825

Wethersfield Cove Yacht Club
http://members.aol.com/wethcoveyc
Wethersfield
860-563-8780

Yale Corinthian Yacht Club
http://www.yale.edu/ycyc/
Branford
203-488-9330

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