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 .

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Jan. 31, 2019 • 6:30 p.m.
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June 1-12, 2019
60 Years Young – A Beautiful Thing

The 60th birthday year for BCYC was filled with laughter, music, formal occasions, dancing and cool videos. The merchandise commemorating this milestone was remarkable. It was a very good year. I truly enjoyed working with a dedicated team of board members, the many incredibly talented committee chairs and volunteers, and our BCYC staff. Each member

Changes, Additions

Winter is almost here and much of the work the House Committee has done this year will be ready for the upcoming holiday season. The board and card rooms, and the library area have been upgraded to make them more enjoyable and usable for members. The beautiful pool redo, new fire ring and balcony bar

Decorating JEC Style

The Junior Events Committee has been busy this Fall. In late October, we held our second annual Pumpkin Carving event. Listening to spooky music and enjoying hot cocoa and cookies, the pumpkins were adorned with a variety of decorations. Judges Nancy and Michael Bryant awarded prizes for most creative, scariest and funniest pumpkin. Special thanks

The Purchase of BCYC Land and Marina

The purchase of BCYC’s land and marina unintentionally started in Staff Commodore Steve Askew’s year, 1988. The board felt that, to attract new members, we needed a real club manager to have a solid financial standing and be a viable alternative to the other clubs in the area. We hired a young man, Tim Bakels,