By popular demand HBYC website now has email alerts!

The HBYC website now alerts members through email when there is news!

Soon members will be receiving emails when a news story is posted.   A marketing email tool called MailChimp has been connected to the website.   MailChimp was loaded with the emails that are on the membership roster that were updated during membership renewal.   This email list is private and will not be used by any other vendors or agencies.  

For those not interested in receiving thes emails, simply click on the links provided in the email to unsubscribe.

Welcome New Members!

Please join the Bridge of HBYC in welcoming our newest members:

Doug and Becky Asbury, Dock # E61, Mast Confusion, Hunter 36
Bly and Charlie Daniell, Dock # C44, Summer Wind, Pearson 30
Billy and Angie Kingsley, Z Dock, Lady Ship, Nor-Sea 27
Richard and Tina Taylor, Battery Park, Son of a Sailor, Catalina 38
Cary & Ella Wren, Dock # F34, Wrenegade, Catalina 36

Check out the Members Only page to see an updated Club Roster.

Mexican Luau at the Club House not D Dock!

After an extensive analysis by highly trained engineers it was determined that the membership will not all fit on Kelli's boat or D Dock.     There was a side concern raised how far it was from the club bar as well.   Therefore, Mexican Luau at the Club House not D Dock!

Sat. June 10th:              Marina Day                    Hosted by D Dock  Kelli Lyon
                          Time:  7 PM
                          Location:  Harbor Bay Yacht Club
                          For details click here:   Mexican Luau

View From the Rear by Harvey Rickert

2017 Socials off to a Great Start!!

Our first Social of the Season began on May 27th. Hosted by Susan Young and F Dock HBYC members. The turnout filled our clubhouse and patio with members and guests. The estimated attendance was 165 people, which also produced new membership applications. The food was enjoyed by all and all had a good time. If this is any indication of the enthusiasm by our membership the upcoming Socials will surely be as successful as well. It was great to see our members having a good time at our Clubhouse. 

Bloody Marys, Bread Pudding, and PT Boats Highlight Commodore's Brunch

Over forty HBYC members attended the Commodore's bunch at the beautiful Sandusky Yacht Club.  The brunch started with a warm welcome from Commodore George Harizal and Rear Commodore Harvey Rickert, who also planned the event.  The fantastic buffet started with Bloody Mary's and ended with SYC's famous Bread Pudding.   Gorged members were then treated to an informative and passionate presentation by Larry LeFleur about Liberty Air Museums restoration of a World War II era PT boat.   The Liberty Aviation Museum's passion in preserving this relic is truly inspiring.  Click the highlighted text to plan your trip to the Liberty Aviation Museum this summer.