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Locale
Vendor

All Ports Yacht Club
http://www.apyc.org/
2035 First St.
Sandusky
44870
330-435-4575

Alum Creek Sailing Association
http://www.alumcreeksailing.com
Dublin
614-433-0270

Ashtabula Yacht Club
http://www.ashtabulayachtclub.com/
Ashtabula
440-964-3129

Atwood Yacht Club
http://www.atwoodyachtclub.com/
2637 Lodge Road, S.W
Sherrodsville
44675
330-735-2135

Bay Boat Club
Bay Village
44140
440-871-8919

Bay Point Yacht Club
http://www.bpyc.org/
10948 E. Bay Shore Road
Marblehead
43440
419-798-4434

Bay View Yacht Club
Bay View Park
Toledo
43611
419-729-0731

Beaver Creek Boat Club
6099 W. Erie Ave
Lorain
44053
440-282-3174

Beaver Park Yacht Club
http://www.beaverpark.com
6000 W. Erie Ave
Lorain
44053
440-960-BPYC

Berlin Yacht Club
16337 N. View Dr
North Benton
44449
330-782-7995

Buckeye Lake Yacht Club
http://www.buckeyelakeyc.com/
Watkins Island
Buckeye Lake
614-929-9941

Captain’s Yacht Club
Mentor
440-257-9466

Catawba Island Club
http://www.cicclub.com/
4235 E Beach Club Rd
Port Clinton
43452
419-797-4424

Catawba West Harbor Yacht Club
Port Clinton
419-797-9962

Chagrin Lagoons Yacht Club
http://www.qsl.net/n8kt/clyc.htm
35111 Lagoons Dr
Eastlake
44095
440-942-0299

Chagrin River Yacht Club
Eastlake
Willoughby
440-951-0660

Cleveland Yachting Club
http://www.cycrr.org/
Rocky River
440-333-1155

Conneat Boat Club
1301 Marina Dr
Conneat
44030
440-593-9123

Cooley Canal Yacht Club
12235 Bono Road
Curtice
43412
419-836-9185

Cowan Lake Sailing Assn.
http://www.ussailing.net/clsa/
Wilmington

Dock of the Bay Yacht Club
2912 Ironwood Dr
Akron
44312
330-645-0297

East Light Yacht Club
7159 Kieber Ct
Cleveland
44131
216-351-3223

Edgewater Marina Boat Club
12400 Oak Park Blvd
Garfield Heights
44125
216-961-5007

Edgewater Yacht Club
http://www.eycweb.com/
6700 Memorial Shoreway N.W
Cleveland
44102
216-281-6470

Fairport Harbor Yacht Club
http://www.fhyc.com/
Fairport Harbor
Painesville
44077
Clubhouse: (440) 354-9083
Island: (440) 354-9021

Forest City Yacht Club
5301 N. Marginal Rd
Cleveland
44114
216-361-9857

Four Seasons Boat Club
http://fourseasons.erienet.net/
15207 Lorain Ave
Cleveland
44111
440-960-5300

Fremont Yacht Club
1900 Yacht Club Dr
Fremont
43420
419-332-0611

Geneva Sailing Club
Geneva

Gordon Shore Boat Club
5401 N. Marginal Rd
Cleveland
44114
216-432-0753

Grand River Sailing Club
http://www.grsc.net/
9258 Headlands Rd
Grand River
44060
440-257-5445

Grand River Yacht Club
301 River St
Grand River
44045
440-354-9056

Gravel Bar Yacht Club
Marblehead
419-798-4786

Harbor Bay Yacht Club
http://www.harborbayyachtclub.org/
One Huron St
Sandusky
44870
419-627-1201

Harbor View Yacht Club
http://www.hvyc.com/
2180 Autokee Street
Oregon
43616
419-698-8128

Harbor Yacht Club of Ashtabula
P.O. Box 3042
Ashtabula
44004
440-992-2628

Hoover Sailing Club
http://www.hooversailingclub.com/
Westerville

Hoover Yacht Club
http://www.hooveryachtclub.com/
P.O. Box 575
Westerville
43086
614-882-6980

Huron Yacht Club
http://www.huronyachtclub.com/
350 Huron Street
Huron
44839
419-433-3113

Indian Hill Boat Club
P.O. Box 8711
Maumee
43537
419-874-8500

Inter City Yacht Club
7301 N. Marginal Dr
Cleveland
44103
216-431-5604

Island West Yacht Club
http://www.ycaol.com/island_west.htm
P.O. Box 508
Eastlake
Willoughby
44096
440-946-0607

Jolly Roger Sailing Club
http://www.luckey.net/ayc/jrsc/
5961 Edgewater Dr
Toledo
43611
419-729-4971

Lake County Yacht Club
http://www.lcycohio.com/
35979 Lakeshore Blvd
Eastlake
44095
216-942-9813

Lake Erie Boating Club
P.O. Box 571
Conneaut
44030
440-593-6330

Lake Milton Boat Club
P.O. Box 185
Diamond
44412
216-654-9001

Lakeside Yacht Club
http://www.lakesideyachtclub.com/
4851 N. Marginal Dr
Cleveland
44114
216-432-3270

Leatherlips Yacht Club
http://home.earthlink.net/~sksdesign/
1632 Bryden Rd
Columbus
43205
614-889-8997

Lorain Sailing & Yacht Club
http://www.lsyc.info/
P.O. Box 697
Lorain
44052
440-288-0500

Mansfield Sailing Club
590 Lexington Ave
Mansfield
44907
419-886-3706

Marine City Yacht Club
http://www.mcyc.20m.com/
7401 E. Harbor Rd
Marblehead
43440
419-734-2228

Maumee River Yacht Club
http://www.mryc.net/
P.O. Box 141170
Toledo
43614
419-382-3625

Mentor Harbor Yachting Club
http://www.mhyc-lakeerie.com/
5330 Coronado Dr
Mentor
44060
440-951-0155

Mentor Lagoons Yacht Club
P. O. Box 574
Mentor
44061
440-257-5334

Middle Bass Island Yacht Club
http://www.mbiyc.com/
P. O. Box 81
Middle Bass Island
43446
419-285-5871

Mohican Sailing Club
http://members.aol.com/ilake1316/
227 Oakley Rd
Wooster
44691
419-892-2611

Monroe Boat Club
7932 Harbor Road, Rt. 3
Monroe
48161
734-243-8935

North Cape Yacht Club
http://www.ncyc.net/newNCYC/index.cfm
P.O. Box 5283
Toledo
43611
313-242-5081

North Coast Women’s Sailing Association
http://www.ncwsa.net/
6700 Memorial Shoreway N.W
Cleveland
44102
216-281-6470

Northeast Yacht Club
P.O. Box 10133
Cleveland
44110
216-481-9558

Nugent’s Canal Yacht Club
3035 W. Canal Rd.,
Box 2
Port Clinton
43452
419-734-4530

Ohio River Launch Club
http://www.orlconline.org/
Founded 1898
100 Strader St.
Cincinnati
45211
513-871-6446

Olde River Yacht Club
4900 Whiskey Island
Cleveland
44102
216-281-7080

Ottawa River Yacht Club
http://www.oryc100.org/
5844 Edgewater Dr
Toledo
43611
419-729-9421

Perrysburg Boat Club
P.O. Box 144
Perrysburg
43552
419-874-6538

Point Place Boat Clu
5911 Edgewater Dr
Toledo
43611
419-727-8747

Point Yacht Club
1 Cedar Point Dr
Sandusky
44870
330-633-5016

Portage Lakes Yacht Club
353 Kenilworth Dr
Akron
44313
216-867-2172

Port Clinton Yacht Club
http://www.portclintonyachtclub.com/
127 Brooklyn Ave
Port Clinton
43452
419-734-2424

Put-in-Bay Yacht Club
http://www.pibyc.org/
P.O. Box 51
Put-in-Bay
43456
419-285-4505

Pymatuning Sailing Club
P.O. Box 263
Andover
44003
814-683-9112

Redbrook Boat Club
http://www.redbrookboatclub.com
P.O. Box 871
Ashtabula
44005
216-964-7933

Riverside Yacht Club
http://www.riversideyachtclub.com/
P.O. Box 112
Ashtabula
44004
440-992-1388

River View Yacht Club
http://www.riverviewyachtclub.com/
5981 Edgewater Dr
Toledo
43611
419-729-9251

River’s Edge Yacht Club
http://www.reyc.net/
1313 High Street
Fairport Harbor
44077
440-354-2111

Rocky Fork Sailing Club
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/RFSailingClub/?yguid=37536781
Hillsboro

Sandusky Sailing Club
http://www.accsandusky.com/~griffon/
730 E. Washington St
Sandusky
44870
419-625-1963

Sandusky Yacht Club
http://www.sanduskyyachtclub.com
529 E. Water St
Sandusky
44870
419-625-6567

Scioto Boat Club
P.O. Box 21292
Columbus
43221
614-876-4937

Sea Rayngers Boat Club
P.O. Box 513
Ashtabula
44004
330-466-4553

South Shore Cruising Club
http://www.southshorecruisingclub
homestead.com/
2035 First Street
Sandusky
44870

419-625-3975
South Shore Yacht Club
376 Zeller Ave
Akron
44319
216-991-8250

St. Mary’s Boat Club
Grand Lake
419-394-7180

Toledo Sailing Club
2701 Broadway
Toledo
43614
419-382-5841

Toledo Yacht Club
http://www.toledoyachtclub.com/
3900 N. Summit St
Toledo
43611
419-726-3485

Vermilion Boat Club
5416 Liberty Ave
Vermilion
44089
440-967-6634

Vermilion Harbor Yacht Club
1295 W. River Rd
Vermilion
44089
440-967-8261

Vermilion Power Boats Yacht Club
5054 Liberty Ave
Vermilion
44089
440-967-4100

Vermilion Yacht Club
http://www.noahsboat.com/VYC/
5440 Anchorage Way
Vermilion
44089
440-967-6634

West Channel Yacht Club
35817 Lakeshore Blvd
Willowick
Eastlake
44095
216-942-9655

West Shore Boat Club
12274 Wendy Dr
Parma
44130
440-734-4684

Western Lake Erie Sailing Club
http://www.i-lya.org/links/member/member1.htm
P.O. Box 118011
Toledo
43611
419-833-9433

Western Reserve Yacht Club
http://www.qsl.net/n8kt/wryc.htm
P.O. Box 26
Fairport Harbor
Grand River
44045
440- 354-9813

Westlake Yachting Club
Box 3003
Lorain
44052
216-288-4801

Whiskey Island Yacht Club
14726 Drake Rd
Strongsville
44136
216-556-5700

Wildwood Yacht Club
Cleveland
216-531-9052

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