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Welcome to the Westhampton Yacht Squadron

The story of the Westhampton Yacht Squadron, since it’s founding in 1890, is of people dedicated to sailing and of families passing their enthusiasm as well as their boats from generation to generation.

It is the story of youngsters who learn the sport of sailing, swimming and tennis. Many go on to win honors in local and national competition. It is a wonderful and unique spirit, one of camaraderie and giving.

We also offer a welcome and safe haven to yachtsmen and yachtswomen who visit our bay. We are located on the beautiful Moriches Bay in Remsenburg, NY. Our members and guests enjoy the scenic view of the bay from our well stocked bar and dining facilities. It is rich in history which we proudly pass on to the new generation of sailors.


New Members

Click on the link button to access the WYS Membership Application. 

WYS Membership Application 2018 


Commodore's Corner

Welcome to our new Commodore - John Sheehan! 

HOW TO TIE 2 Important Sailing Knots

1. Bowline

The bowline is the king of sailing knots. The bowline is way of turning the end of your line into a loop. Why is this useful? You can tie it around a post or other fixed object to make the line fast, or on smaller boats it is used fasten the halyard to the sail. It can also be used to tie two lines together.

HOW TO TIE IT:


Step 1: Form a loop near the end of the line.)
Step 2: Run the end of the line back through that loop.
Step 3: Next, run the line around the standing end and back through the small loop.
Step 4: Now grasp the end and pull the knot tight.


2. Clove Hitch

A clove hitch is an extremely useful and quick knot. It has the advantage of being very quick to tie and untie, but it doesn’t hold nearly as well as the bowline. On sailboats, one of its most common uses is hanging the fenders over the side as you come in to dock.

HOW TO TIE IT:


Step 1: Wrap the end of the line around the post (or whatever you’re attaching it to).
Step 2: Cross the line over itself and wrap it around the post again.
Step 3: Loosen the last wrap slightly and slip the end under, then pull it taut. This is a way of “locking” the knot.
Step 4: Give it a few tugs to make sure it’s secure, and you’re done!

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Club Hours

Winter Office Hours:
Starting Sept. 10th:
Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday & Friday
10:00am to 3:00pm 
  Closed on Wednesdays
Summer Office Hours:
Starting May 13th
Monday through Friday:
8:30am to 4:30pm
All other times can be
made by appointment by calling
631-325-8321

Retail Shop Hours
Winter Hours:
Monday, Tuesday ,
Thursday & Friday:
10am to 3:00pm
Closed on Wednesdays

Upcoming Events


Friday Night Dinners begin at 6:00pm
Fall Series - Sundays - Sept 9- Oct. 21 (no races Oct 7)
October 20 - Halloween Breakfast
October 27 -Fall Awards Dinner


Please see our 2018 Calendar for more
information and other events


Friday Dinner Menus:
September  21
Arugula w/red onion, bleu cheese & almonds
Meatloaf with brown gravy
Chicken w/roasted peppers & fresh mozzarella
Creamed spinach
Mashed potatoes
September  28
House salad w/feta & cranberries
Lemon chicken
Stuffed flounder
Roasted asparagus
Rice Pilaf
October 5
Spring mix w/apples, pecans & bleu cheese
Marinated pork loin
Sauteed shrimp w/white wine & herbs
Basmati rice
Squash, zucchini & carrots
October 12
House salad w/lemon viniagrette
Salisbury steak w/mushroom gravy
Roasted swordfish w/roasted tomato and shallot
Sweet corn and roasted peppers
Garlic mashed potatoes
October 19
Arugula salad w/fennel, orange & shaved parmesan
Rigatoni ala vodka w/sauteed chicken
Sliced steak w/mushroom marsala gravy
Steamed broccoli
Garlic bread
October 26
Spinach salad w/craisins and goat cheese
Kielbasa, pierogi and sauerkraut
Scallops oreganata
Rice Pilaf
Roasted root vegetables 

All dinners served with
dinner rolls, coffee, tea and dessert