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.

For more about BCYC, please enjoy our BCYC 60th Anniversary videos .

Thank You All!
Sunday, October 21
Saturday, October 27
Saturday, October 27
Saturday, Nov. 10
Thursday, Nov. 15
Nov. 17 & 18
Friday, Nov. 23
Kick Off Nov. 1
Winners Everywhere!

Awards Banquet 2018 will be held on Saturday, Nov. 10. This is an opportunity to honor the many BCYC volunteers, outstanding racers, cruisers and juniors. Lynn Hanger and her Trophy Committee team will have the magnificent perpetual trophies sparkling, and the Vannas will be doing their magic (gotta be there to see them in action).

Summer is Over?

Our days of kicking back in the summer sun have come to an end. I am always surprised when the calendar says Labor Day. Like a child, I love the lazy slow days of summer. This summer was full of hot, bright, sunshiny days! The island was beautiful and the ocean warm. Now, what to

All Girls in Ohio

This summer, I received the opportunity to travel to Mentor, Ohio and compete in the U.S. Junior Women’s Doublehanded Championship, hosted by Mentor Harbor Yachting Club. There, I learned what a gift junior sailing and the support that BCYC has given me through the years truly is. My skipper, Hailey Horton, and I took a

Improvements all Around

Your House Committee has been working hard this summer to finish up one of the major projects of the year. As many of you have seen, the new ramp to D, E and F docks has been installed, replacing one that was more than 45 years old. Work in the Card/Library Room has been completed