Our Berthing Facilities
Berthing facilities for visitors are located directly in front of the Clubhouse deck. Visitors may not enter any slip or tie up anywhere else in the harbor without first obtaining permission from either the Port Captain, the Harbor personnel, the General Manager or other designated officer. All visiting yachts must fly their burgee. Charges for the use of the Club Dock are as set forth in the Club Dock Rules, listed below.
The Club may, from time to time, restricts guest berthing for scheduled Club events, regattas, cruise-ins and holidays. Visitors seeking accommodations should phone ahead to determine space availability, noting that space is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Heads are available inside the Clubhouse, and heads and showers are available in the Sailing Center. Potable water is available on all docks throughout the harbor.
The Club has 185 slips ranging from 24 to 52 feet in length. There are 83 dry storage spaces along with room for storage of rowing shells and several dingy racks.
In most cases, dress is casual and informal. Shirts and footwear must be worn at all times when in the Clubhouse. Alcoholic beverages may not be brought onto or removed from the Club premises at any time. Ice is available on request from the bartender, and in freezer in front of the Sailing Center. The Clubhouse opens at 8:00am Tuesday–Sunday.
Directly to the south of the Sailing Center is the Harbor Master’s Office and storage/shop building. The Harbor Office is open from 7:00am to 3:30pm, seven days a week. The Harbormaster is Kevin Tentis and he is on site Wednesday–Sunday.
The Sailing Center is a designed for club regattas as well as youth and high school sailing programs. There is a large, second floor Regatta Room (named the Eldridge Room) and office space available for regatta meetings and seminars. This room has a casual corner for discussions, a large conference table, A/V equipment and a pantry for coffee and light food. The second floor also houses the office for the Youth Sailing Director. The ground floor has restrooms and showers. There is a dedicated classroom for our youth sailing program and high school sailing teams.
There are two offices at the north end of the building which house the SFYC Race Office and the Director of Sailing's office.
There are two offices at the north end of the Sailing Center that house the SFYC Race Office and the Director of Sailing's Office. The Race Office is open Wednesday–Friday, 11:00am to 6:00pm, and on the weekends during regattas.
The Director of Sailing's schedule is seasonally variable. The office is generally open Wednesday–Friday, 10:30am to 7:00pm. The Director of Sailing, Forrest Gay, is often on the water on the weekends. If the office is closed Forrest's cell is 415-272-9091.
Youth Sailing Office
The Youth Sailing Office is located on the second floor of the Sailing Center. The stairs are at the far south end of the building. The Youth Sailing Director, Youth Administrative Assistant, and Head Coach use this office space. During the school year, the office is open Tuesday through Friday and most weekend days from 10am to 6pm. During the summer months the office is open seven days a week from 8:30am to 5pm.
Please contact the Youth Sailing Office for all inquiries at 415-435-9525 or email@example.com.