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Vendor

Anacortes Yacht Club
http://www.anacortes.net/ayc/
Anacortes
(360) 293-4555

Bellevue Yacht Club
http://www.bellevueyachtclub.com/
Bellevue

Bellingham Yacht Club
http://www.byc.org/
Bellingham
(206) 733-7390

Bremerton Yacht Club
http://www.bremertonyachtclub.org/
Bremerton
(360) 479-2662

Brownsville Yacht Club
Bremerton
(360) 692-5498

Carver Cruisers Yacht Club
http://www.carvercruisers.com/
Puget Sound

Clover Island Yacht Club
http://www.ciyc.net/
Kennewick
(509) 586-9656

Columbia Basin Sailing Club
http://www.concentric.net/~greblach/cbsc.htm
Richland

Columbia Basin Yacht Club
Richland

Columbia Point Yacht Club
http://www.cpyc.net/
Kennewick/ Richland

Corinthian Yacht Club of Bellingham
Bellingham

Corinthian Yacht Club of Seattle
http://www.cycseattle.org/
Seattle
(206) 789-1919

Corintian Yacht Club of Tacoma
http://www.cyct.com/
Tacoma

Des Moines Yacht Club
Des Moines
(206)878 -7220

Duwamish Yacht Club
Seattle
(206)767-9330

Edmonds Yacht Club
http://www.edmondsyachtclub.com/
Edmonds
(425) 778-5499

Everett Yacht Club
http://www.everettyachtclub.com/
Everett
(425) 259-8178

Fidalgo Bay Yacht Club
Anacortes
(360) 299-9123

Fircrest Yacht Club
Tacoma

Flounder Bay Yacht Club
http://www.fbyc.com/
Anacortes

Fox Island Yacht Club
http://www.fiyc.com/
Fox Island
(253) 549 2063

Friday Habor YC
Friday Harbor
(206) 378-4581

Gig Harbor Yacht Club
http://www.gigharboryc.com/
Gig Harbor

Grand Coulee Dam Yacht Club
Coulee Dam

Grays Harbor Yacht Club
http://users.techline.com/ghyachtclub/
Aberdeen

Hat Island Yacht Club
Everett
(206) 355-8004

Hidden Harbor Yacht Club
http://www.geocities.com/~hiddenharbor/
Seattle

King’s Bay Yacht Club
Ariel

Kingston Cove Yacht Club
Kingston
(360) 297-3371

Lake Sammamish Yacht Club
http://www.sammamishyacht.com/
2325 East Lake Sammamish Place
Sammamish
98075
(425) 837-0988

Longview Yacht Club
Longview
(206) 423-3671
Meydenbauer Bay Yacht Club
http://www.mbycwa.org/
Bellevue

Mukilteo Yacht Club
http://www.mukilteoyachtclub.com/
Mulkilteo
(425) 355-6002

Navy Yacht Club Everett
Everett

Oak Harbor Yacht Club
http://communities.msn.com/ohycoakharboryachtclub
Oak Harbor
(360) 675-1314

Olympia Yacht Club
http://www.olympiayc.org/
Olympia

Orcas Island Yacht Club
http://www.oiyc.org/
West Sound

Oro Bay Yacht Club
Anderson Island

Point Roberts Yacht Club
http://mypage.direct.ca/j/jkneesch/index.html
Point Roberts

Port Angeles Yacht Club
http://www.payc.org/
Port Angeles

Port Ludlow Yacht Club
http://www.olympus.net/community/plyc/
Port Ludlow

Port Madison Yacht Club
http://www.portmadisonyc.org
Seattle

Port Orchard Yacht Club
http://poyc.org/
Port Orchard
(360) 874-9366

Port Townsend Yacht Club
http://www.ptyc.org/
Port Townsend

Poulsbo Yacht Club
http://www.poulsboyc.org/
Poulsbo
(206) 842-2200

Puget Sound Yacht Club
http://www.pugetsoundyc.org/
Puget Sound

Quartermaster Yacht Club
Burton
(206) 463-2104

Queen City Yacht Club
http://www.queencity.org/
Seattle
(206) 323-9602

Rainier Yacht Club
Seattle
(206) 722-9576

Richland Yacht Club
Richland

Roche Harbor Yacht Club
http://www.rhyc.org
Seattle
(253) 927-6034

San Juan Island Yacht Club
http://www.sjiyc.com/
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-3434

Seattle Singles Yacht Club
http://www.ssyc.com
Seattle
(206) 938-3187

Seattle Yacht Club
http://www.seattleyachtclub.org/
Seattle
(206) 325-1000

Semiahmoo Yacht Club
Blaine

Sequim Bay Yacht Club
http://www.olympus.net/community/SequimBayYachtClub/
Sequim

Shelton Yacht Club
Shelton
(206) 426-9476

Shilshole Bay Yacht Club
http://www.shilsholebayyc.org/
Seattle

Sloop Tavern Yacht Club
http://members.aol.com/slooptavyc/
Seattle

South Sound Sailing Society
http://www.ssssclub.com/ssss.htm
Olympia

Swinomish Yacht Club
http://www.swinomishyachtclub.org/
La Conner
(206)752-3555

Tacoma Yacht Club
http://www.tacomayachtclub.org/
Tacoma
(253) 752-3555

Three Tree Point Yacht Club
http://www.ttpyc.org/
Des Moines
(206) 824-3674

Totem Yacht Club
http://www.totemyachtclub.org
Tacoma
(206)759-9062

Tyee Yacht Club
http://www.tyeeyachtclub.org/
Seattle

Vancouver Lake Sailing Club
http://www.vlsc.org/
Vancouver

Viking Yacht Club
Tacoma
(253) 927-1285

Walla Walla Yacht Club
Walla Walla
(509) 547-4946

Washington Yacht Club
http://students.washington.edu/sailing/
Seattle
(206) 543-2219

West Bay Yacht Club
Olympia

West Sound Corinthian Yacht Club
Port Orchard

Yakima Valley Boat Club
Yakima

Yarrow Bay Yacht Club
http://www.ybyc.org/
Kirkland

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Anacortes Yacht Club
Bellevue Yacht Club
Bellingham Yacht Club
Birch Bay Village Yacht Club (Blaine)
Bremerton Yacht Club
Brownsville Yacht Club (Bremerton)
Camano Island Yacht Club
Carling Yacht Club (Tacoma)
Carver Cruisers Yacht Club (Tracyton)
Cathlamet Yacht Club
Clover Island Yacht Club (Kennewick)
Columbia Basin Sailing Club (Richland)
Columbia Basin Yacht Club (Richland)
Columbia Point Yacht Club
Corinthian Yacht Club of Bellingham
Corinthian Yacht Club of Edmonds
Corinthian Yacht Club of Seattle
Corinthian Yacht Club of Tacoma
Cougar Yacht Club (Seattle) (WSU) SC
Dagmars Yacht Club
Day Island Yacht Club (Tacoma)

Des Moines Yacht Club
Duwamish Yacht Club (Seattle)
Eagle Harbour Yacht Club – eagleharboryachtclub.com
Edmonds Yacht Club
Emerald Rose Yacht Club (Deception Pass Marina) – www.easysite.com/emeraldroseyc
Everett Yacht Club
Fidalgo Bay Yacht Club (Anacortes)
Fircrest Yacht Club
Flounder Bay Yacht Club (Anacortes)

Fox Island Yacht Club
Friday Habor Yacht Club
Galilean YC (Kirkland)
Gig Harbor Yacht Club – www.gigharboryc.com
Grand Coulee Dam Yacht Club – www.nonprofitfacts.com/WA/Grand-Coulee-Dam-Yacht-Club.html
Grays Harbor Yacht Club (Aberdeen) – www.marinalife.com/reservations/13718-grays-harbor-yacht-club-aberdeen-wa
Hat Island Yacht Club (Everett) – www.hhycseattle.com – www.hatislandyachtclub.com
Hidden Harbor Yacht Club (Seattle) – www.hhycseattle.com
International Yacht Racing Club (Gig Harbor) – www.facebook.com/yachtracingcom
Island Sailing (Portland, OR, Olympia, WA, Kirkland, WA, Gig Harbor, WA) SS,SC
King’s Bay Yacht Club (Ariel) – www.facebook.com/pages/Kings-Bay-Yacht-Club/259644070722871
Kingston Cove Yacht Club – kcyc.org
Lake Sammamish Yacht Club – www.sammamishyacht.com

Longview Yacht Club – www.lyc1932.org
Lopez Island Yacht Club – www.lopezislandyachtclub.com/liyc
Meydenbauer Bay Yacht Club (Bellevue) – www.mbycwa.org
Milltown Sailing Association – www.milltownsailing.org
Mukilteo Yacht Club – www.mukilteoyachtclub.com
Navy Yacht Club Everett – www.nyceinfo.org

Northwest Riggers YC (Seattle) Sailing
Oak Harbor Yacht Club – www.ohyc.org
Olympia Yacht Club – www.olympiayc.org – www.olympiayachtclub.org
Orcas Island Yacht Club – www.oiyc.org
Oro Bay Yacht Club (Anderson Island) – www.andersonisland.com/obyc – orobayyc.us

Pleasant Harbor Yacht Club – www.pleasantharboryc.net
Point Roberts Yacht Club – www.pryc.net – www.pointrobertsyachtclub.com
Port Angeles Yacht Club – www.payc.org
Port Hadlock ?
Port Ludlow Yacht Club – www.plyc.us
Port Madison Yacht Club – www.portmadisonyc.org
Port Orchard Yacht Club – www.poyc.org
Port Townsend Yacht Club – www.ptyc.org – ptyc.net
Poulsbo Yacht Club – www.membermanager.net/poulsboyc
Puget Sound Yacht Club (Seattle, Lake Union) – www.pugetsoundyc.org– – Donna (206) 634-3733
Quartermaster Yacht Club (Burton, Quartermaster Harbor) – www.qyc1.org > www.qycv.org
Queen City Yacht Club (Seattle, Portage Bay) – www.queencity.org
Rainier Yacht Club (Seattle, Parkshore Marina, Lk. Wash) – www.rainieryachtclub.com

Richland Yacht Club (Columbia River) – www.richlandyachtclub.com
Roche Harbor Yacht Club (Seattle, Bremerton Marina?) – www.rhyc.org)
Sail Sand Point (Seattle) – www.sailsandpoint.org
San Juan Island Yacht Club (Friday Harbor) – www.sjiyc.com
Seabacs (Boeing Employee Boat Club – Brownsville Marina) – www.seabacs.org – seabacs.com
Seattle Singles Yacht Club – seattlesinglesyc.com
Seattle Yacht Club – www.seattleyachtclub.org

Semiahmoo Yacht Club (Blaine) – www.semiahmooyachtclub.com
Sequim Bay Yacht Club – sequimbayyachtclub.org/news
Shelter Bay Yacht Club – www.shelterbay.net – shelterbayyachtclub.org
Shelton Yacht Club – www.sheltonyachtclub.com
Shilshole Bay Yacht Club (Seattle) – www.shilsholebayyc.org – www.shilshole-bayyc.org
Sinclair Inlet Yacht Club (Port Orchard Marina) – www.sinclairinletyachtclub.com
Sloop Tavern Yacht Club – www.styc.org
South Sound Cruising Club (Swantown Marina) – www.bizapedia.com/wa/SOUTH-SOUND-CRUISING-CLUB.html
South Sound Elks Yacht Club (Des Moines Marina) – www.sseyc.org
South Sound Sailing Society – ssssclub.com

Squalicum Yacht Club (Bellingham, Squalicum Harbor Marina) – www.squalicumyc.org
Swinomish Yacht Club (La Conner) – www.swinomishyachtclub.org
Tacoma Yacht Club – www.tacomayachtclub.org

Three Tree Point Yacht Club (Des Moines) – www.ttpyc.org
Totem Yacht Club (Tacoma, Foss Harbor Marina) – www.totemyachtclub.com)
Tyee Yacht Club (Seattle, Lake Union) – www.tyeeyachtclub.org)
Tyee Yacht Club (Portland, Columbia River)
Vancouver Lake Sailing Club (Vancouver) – www.vlsc.org
Viking Yacht Club (Tacoma, Chinook Landing Marina) – www.vikingyachtclub.com)
Walla Walla Yacht Club – www.wallawallayachtclub.com

Washington Yacht Club (Seattle – UW) – www.washingtonyachtclub.org
West Bay Yacht Club (Olympia) – www.westbayyachtclub.org/index.html
West Seattle Yacht Club – www.westseattleyachtclub.org
West Sound Corinthian Yacht Club (Port Orchard) – wscyc.net

Yakima Valley Boat Club – www.yakimavalleyboatclub.org
Yarrow Bay Yacht Club (Kirkland) – greatnonprofits.org/org/yarrow-bay-yacht-club-inc
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