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, relaxed atmosphere we strive to maintain, which is the hallmark and reputation of the club. The true benefit 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. And, our BCYC Junior Program is considered one of the best in the area. Explore this website to learn more about BCYC.
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Our Showboat experience is now but a memory, and it will never be forgotten, lasting a lifetime. Both Lynn and I were so impressed with the dedication, passion, patience and yes, the talent, that exists within our club. For us to participate in this 45-year tradition was a special privilege. The cast and crew, along
The Gala team has been busy preparing for the 2017 event, Supporting High Achievement on the Water. Mark your calendar for Saturday, Sept. 23. The evening begins at 5 p.m. with cocktails and shopping the fabulous selection of silent and live auction items. New this year will be several opportunity drawings from which to choose.
The money that we raise through all of our BCYC-Leukemia & Lymphoma Society events goes to research for ALL cancers, not just Leukemia and Lymphoma. In fact, the following cancer drugs were discovered by LLS research: Gleevec: skin and stomach cancers Velcade: brain, breast, colorectal, kidney and lung cancers; and organ transplantation Rituxan: autoimmune diseases,
While recently attending an Opening Day at another yacht club, I looked around at the gathering of attendees wearing blue blazers, sipping champagne in front of beautiful yachts and thought, “this is what people think we do when I mention I belong to a yacht club.” While we do have our “blue blazer” events at