The Oakland Yacht Club’s Members and Professional Staff work hard to live up to our reputation as one of the friendliest clubs on San Francisco Bay. OYC is located midway down the Oakland Estuary on the Alameda Island side, just east of Marina Village Yacht Harbor. We are one of only three clubs on the SF Bay that owns its Club House and Marina with 225 slips and a new 160 foot guest dock. We welcome cruise-ins and guests year-round from reciprocal Yacht Clubs.
Our Club was founded in 1913 and we can boast about the fact that Jack London was once a member of our Club. Our Clubhouse includes a bar, lounge and dining facilities which all feature a spectacular view of the Estuary and the Oakland skyline.
OYC serves dinners every Friday and Saturday nights, brunch on Sundays, lunch on Wednesdays and is open for light dinners for our scheduled sailboat racing events.
Our club is also available for outside catering events. Check out our Catering Services under the Dining tab.
Oakland Yacht Club has a lot to offer the boating community. We have more than 230 single and family memberships, dozens of members cruising in exotic ports, a full complement of competitive racers, our own marina and club house with management staff and our own chef. OYC sponsors several sailboat races during the year, coordinates monthly, local weekend power and sailboat cruise-outs to other Bay Area Yacht Clubs and anchorages and organizes several blue water trips as far South as Monterey Peninsula. In addition to water activities, we have a full calendar of social events and educational training seminars during the year. Look at our scheduled events under the Social and Cruising tabs, as well as our calendar.
We always welcome prospective members and boaters from reciprocal Yacht Clubs to stop by and visit our facilities and meet our members and professional staff. Join us for a Friday night dinner!
Please stop by our Club House at 1101 Pacific Marina, Alameda, or call our Club Manager at (510) 522-6868, or email the club office at email@example.com.
David Marshburn, Commodore