About BCYC

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. Explore this website to learn more about BCYC.

Membership
April 20-22
Until April 27
Saturday, April 28
Sunday, April 29
Saturday, May 5
Friday, May 11
Saturday, May 12
Sunday, May 13
May 15 - August 28
Friday, May 18
The Shape of Stuff

Ten years ago, the main level of BCYC was undergoing a major renovation and the project was behind schedule. Commodore Rozak had to decide if the Commodore’s Ball would need to be postponed from the scheduled date of May 17. Fast forward 10 years and we have ongoing projects that continue keeping the club in

A Letter from Lt. Col. Jeff Dinsmore (USMC)

Commodore, I was thinking about watching your cast and crew put on that amazing show last night (Showboat) and enjoyed our conversation afterward about what is so important about the show, and the selfless cast that gave their time, talent and treasure to make it happen. The truth is, we live in Southern California. There

Did You Know – Important Stuff

Did you know that the dry storage/boat yard entry gate has been replaced, complete with key pad entry? Also, a single push button exit has been installed. Did you know that Tasha Ehret is the new office staff person who also works with Ship’s Store merchandise? Please say hi and introduce yourself next time you

Lesson Learned

In my position as rear commodore, I have learned many new things. Recently, I received a lesson in flag raising from Power Fleet Captain Paul Secard. I had been told that flag officers are responsible for raising their flag upon entering BCYC; my response to that was, ”I don’t know how.” The very next time