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Careers at BHYC

The Bay Head Yacht Club was organized and founded "to promote yachting and rowing and to foster athletic sports upon the water and to promote the general prosperity of Bay Head." More than 130 years later, BHYC enjoys a membership of almost 900 families. The Club is located at the northern terminus of Barnegat Bay in New Jersey where several sailing Olympians and world champions have competed. At Bay Head Yacht Club, you can explore careers in hospitality, service, maintenance, management, sports, administrative, and more.  The Bay Head Yacht Club is an equal opportunity employer which as an organization does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, physical or mental challenges, national origin or civil status. Click here to apply

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KEEP IT REAL. ALWAYS.

We need open and honest discussions. We need courage to speak up and to call things out that aren’t good enough. And we navigate tough conversations with empathy and grace.

THINK AHEAD. BE AN OWNER.

Always be proactive, not reactive; be on the front foot. If we want to be an owner of this business, we must act like it!

STAY HUMBLE. HUSTLE HARDER.

Show up and do the hard work . Be a gritty, roll-up-your-sleeves kind of crew . Know it’s never about one person–we are a part of a powerful team.

ONE TEAM. ONE VOICE. MOVING FORWARD TOGETHER.

Be ONE united team. When we move in the same direction, there are no limits to what we can accomplish.

BE CURIOUS. ASK WHY.

Stay member curious . We seek to understand, and we never settle. We ask questions to truly understand the core of a matter.

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Showcase your natural talent and caring spirit—and join our growing team whose mission is to delight our members and guests.

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Be a part of an energizing, inspiring fitness team that brings fresh attitudes and ideas and shares their expertise to help people reach their goals.

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From Marketing and Sales to Human Resources and Technology – Join a collaborative team and make your mark on a company and an industry whose growth is limitless.

We are constantly in search of hardworking and motivated individuals and would love to meet you! Interested in joining our team but don’t see a position that matches your qualifications?

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Ray Manning Vice President General Manager

The Bay Club is an amazing hospitality company with so many opportunities for growth and advancement across our different campuses. I am very excited and proud to be a part of this team because there is a commitment to not just invest in the business, but also the employees. It is fun being surrounded by passionate, competitive, and accomplished colleagues who love supporting one another.

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Annie Batista Senior Vice President

There are so many reasons why I am proud to work at the Bay Club.  First and foremost, the Bay Clubs genuinely care about both our members and most especially our employees.   It’s refreshing to work with a team where everyone is on the same page and in pursuit of a common goal.  The Bay Club is a place where I can be myself, share my opinions and make a difference.  I’ve never felt more supported by my fellow employees and my bosses and love coming to work every day.

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Jennifer Savulich Senior Vice President

I love working at the Bay Club for the entrepreneurial spirit. We are empowered to think about the business as if it’s our own—and we’re continually challenged to do better in all facets of the business. And on a personal note, I have formed great friendships with my co-workers; the camaraderie we have both inside and outside of the workplace is unique and special. I couldn’t ask for a better place to work that combines career growth with a team atmosphere.

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Joe Dalecio Chief of Staff

My Bay Club career began in June 2015 as an Assistant Membership Director in our Los Angeles market. I eventually transitioned into operations as the General Manager of the San Francisco Campus in fall 2018. During that time, I gained critical experience and a fundamental understanding of all of the moving parts it takes to successfully operate a club. I have the wonderful opportunity to be hands-on with the field in addition to helping drive company-wide initiatives as we continue to improve our sales processes.

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We offer programs and perks that cultivate a healthy and active workplace.

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Club Membership

A happy and healthy associate is an invested associate. All of our associates receive a complimentary membership.

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We have a thirst for knowledge. We know your future is important to you, which is why we host multiple training and development workshops.

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Represent #bayclubhappy everywhere you go. All associates receive exclusive discounts on club services and amenities.

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Our families are everything to us. Our associates can show their kids what the Bay Club is all about with access to our family amenities.

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We are constantly pushing the envelope. In order to dream big and work hard, we know how important rest is—which is why our full-time exempt associates receive unlimited vacation.

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A team that plays together, stays together. Get to know fellow associates through fun and informative company retreats while working together to advance our mission.

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COMPETITIVE COMPENSATION

We recruit top talent. We offer base salaries at or above market rates plus additional earning opportunities based on the position.

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We believe in giving back as a team. We offer opportunities throughout the year to allow full-time associates to give back while on the clock.

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Your health is important to us. We’ve invested in comprehensive health insurance options to help when you need it most.

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At the Bay Club, we strive to craft experiences that create a robust and active lifestyle for our members – with a focus on sports, fitness, hospitality, and family. A key piece of our success is listening to the needs of our members and using their input to influence our programming and amenities. And, we have found it is just as important to listen early – before the membership has even started.

So, please tell us a little about what brought you here today and what you would like your Bay Club experience to look like. We thank you for taking the time to share a little bit about yourself and look forward to assisting you.

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PYC is a fun place to work and we welcome applications from experienced and qualified individuals. Below are employment opportunities.

Portland Yacht Club, located in Falmouth, Maine just north of Portland, seeks a summer sailing Program Administrator/Head Instructor for Summer 2024 and beyond. This new position will be responsible for overseeing and organizing our youth sailing enrollment and our non-racing sailing classes.

The creation of this role reflects the goal of the Portland Yacht Club, as it studies our junior sailing program, to commit to sailing excellence in all aspects and age levels. We want our coaches and junior program administrators to have clear responsibilities and expect from them the shared commitment to excellence along with demonstrated sailing experience and proficiency.

The Program Administrator/head Instructor will assist the Sailing/Race Director in all aspects of sailing program execution:

  -safety/compliance, etc.   -Lesson planning/daily schedule for non-race team programs   -Behavior/instructor support   -Manages Attendance/enrollment   -On-water coaching/support when/where needed

  -Manages all non-racing instructors on a day-to-day basis in consultation with Sailing Director    -Manages Youth evening racing/day races/invites     -Responsible for "Minnows", our final week introduction to sailing program.

This is an outstanding opportunity to join a team at the professional level that is committed to improvement. The position is full-time June-July-August, with growth potential.

Competitive salary, commensurate with experience.

Founded in 1869, three years after the city of Portland was leveled by the great fire, Portland Yacht Club is one of the oldest, continuously operating yacht Clubs in the US. The Club is located in Falmouth, Maine, on the shores of beautiful Casco Bay, just north of Portland. PYC is a private Club, open only to members, their guests, and visiting yachtsmen.

Contact: Tom Siztmann, Portland Yacht Club

Our boating season runs from May through mid-October. Full-time and part-time positions are available. Responsibilities include providing safe transportation to and from members’ moored vessels using the Club’s launches. Cleaning boats, fueling, assisting with tie-ups, assisting with boarding, etc. are also part of the responsibilities.

Rate of pay is $18-$20/hr certification reimbursed over 2 seasons (completion of 2 seasons worked)

Contact: Heather Sheehan, Waterfront Manager, Portland Yacht Club,

Cell: 518-570-9115

EMAIL: [email protected]

The PYC Junior program fosters a life-long love of the sport of sailing in a safe, educational, and fun environment

The Portland Yacht Yacht Club Junior Sailing Program is seeking Instructors who are both passionate about sailing and teaching younger sailors the skills necessary to be safe, comfortable, and competent sailors. Our program offers instruction for beginners through advanced sailors. There are positions available for adventure, race and non-race classes. Our fleet of over 50 boats includes Optis, 420s, J24 and Colgate 26. Our instructors must be responsible, dependable and maintain the highest level of safety awareness and professionalism within our program. Instructors are invited to participate in local J24, Etchells and PHRF racing as well as weekly dinghy racing.

Our program involves over 100 students, 10-12 staff members, 2-3 apprentice instructors and assorted volunteers.

Competitive salaries offered commensurate with experience and certifications.

Requirements

  • Minimum: 16 years old.
  • Minimum: current US SAILING CERTIFICATION, Level One
  • Follow established curriculum and lesson plans with ability to add in own style and flair
  • Ability to work with a wide range of student ages, aptitudes, abilities and maturity
  • Experience in racing, race committee and regatta operation preferred but not necessary

Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to speaking with you!

We adhere to all state and federal guidelines relating to best COVID-19 practices.

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by evandiaz | May 19, 2023 | Yacht Club Members

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California Yacht Club (CYC) calyachtclub.com 4469 Admiralty Way Marina del Rey, CA 90292 (310) 823-4567 Fax:(310) 822-3658

Total: 950 members – 33% power, 63% sail, 4% rowers.

Facilities: Bar open Wed. thru Sun 1000 to 2400. Dining room open Wed.- Sun for lunch and dinner (breakfast on Sat. & brunch on Sun.) Snack bar open every day from Memorial Day to Labor Day 1000 to 1630. Heated Pool and Paddle Tennis Courts available to members and their guests. 320 member slips (25’ to 120’), 100+ dry storage slips (up to 25’), two 2-ton hoists and launch ramp. Guest docks are first come, first served, but call for reservations. First night free for reciprocal club members. CYC monitors channel 68.

Junior program: Year round. Junior Sailing and Rowing Program. Open to all youths in the community (ages 8-18). Full time Junior staff.

Comments: Active power, sail and rowing fleets. Family friendly Club with a full schedule of races, cruises, and social activities.

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The 10 Best Rowing Clubs in Los Angeles

Los Angeles is a city with a rich history in rowing. Rowing clubs have been around in Los Angeles since the late 1800s, and many of them are still going strong today. In this blog post, we will take a look at the top 10 rowing clubs in Los Angeles and what makes them so successful. We will also discuss the different types of rowing that these clubs offer and how you can get involved. So if you’re looking for a place to row in Los Angeles , be sure to check out one of these great clubs!

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1: Los Angeles Rowing Club

The Los Angeles Rowing Club was founded in 1994 and is located in Marina del Rey, California. They are a non-profit organization that is open to the public. The LARC was created with the mission to promote the sport of rowing, and they do so by providing quality rowing programs for all levels of experience. They offer both sweep rowing and sculling programs, as well as learn-to-row classes. The LARC is also home to several competitive teams that compete at the local, state, and national level.

Some of their most notable achievements include winning the US Rowing Club National Championship in 2004 and sending two athletes to the Olympic Games in 2008. In addition to their competitive teams, the LARC also has a strong community outreach program that provides free rowing lessons to underserved youth in the Los Angeles area. The LARC is truly a place for everyone, whether you’re a seasoned rower or just looking to try something new.

2: Lions Rowing Club

The Lions Rowing Club in Los Angeles, USA has a beautiful and vastly successful history. The club was established in 1887, making it one of the clubs that paved the way for the newer clubs to arrive in the 1900s. In its early years, the club was based out of a boathouse on the Los Angeles River, but today it is located on Grand Canal in Long Beach. The Lions Rowing Club has produced many national champions and Olympic champions over the years, including Olympic gold medalist John Larissa and world champion rower Sarah Trowbridge.

The club is also linked to several colleges and universities in the area, including UCLA, USC, and Pepperdine. As a result of its successes both on and off the water, the Lions Rowing Club is widely regarded as one of the premier rowing clubs in the United States.

3: Long Beach Rowing Association

The Long Beach Rowing Association Rowing Club in Los Angeles, USA has an extremely interesting history. Founded in 1872, the club started to attract rowers in vast numbers. Throughout its history, the club has been dedicated to promoting the sport of rowing and developing its members into successful athletes. Today, the club is home to a diverse group of rowers of all ages and abilities. The club offers a variety of programs for both beginners and experienced rowers, making it one of the most inclusive rowing clubs in the area.

In addition to its excellent programs, the club is also linked to several colleges and universities, making it a great place for college rowers to train and compete. The Long Beach Rowing Association Rowing Club has a proud tradition of excellence and is committed to continuing to develop world-class rowers.

4: California Yacht Club

The California Yacht Club Rowing Club in Los Angeles is a rowing club with an impressive pedigree. Founded in 1994, the club has been home to many famous and successful rowers over the years. The club is located in Marina del Rey, just a short drive from downtown Los Angeles, and it remains one of the premier rowing clubs in the country.

The club is closely linked to UCLA, which is just down the road, and many of its members are student-athletes who row for the university. In recent years, the club has produced several Olympians and national champions, cementing its place as a top rowing destination in the United States.

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5: Metropolitan Rowing Club

The Metropolitan Rowing Club in Los Angeles has an interesting and storied history. The club was originally founded in 1884, making it one of the first rowing clubs to welcome people through their doors. In its early years, the club was based out of a boathouse on the banks of the Los Angeles River. The club quickly gained a reputation for excellence, and in 1886 they won their first National Championship. In the years since, the club has produced numerous national champions and Olympic rowers.

Today, the Metropolitan Rowing Club is based out of a state-of-the-art facility in Marina del Rey. The club is open to rowers of all ages and abilities, and they offer a variety of programs for both recreational and competitive rowers. Whether you’re looking to get fit, compete at the highest level, or just enjoy a day on the water, the Metropolitan Rowing Club is the perfect place for you.

6: Whitehall Spirit

The Whitehall Spirit Club in Los Angeles was founded in 1997. The club has produced many national and international champions, including two Olympic gold medalists. The Whitehall Spirit Club is also linked to several colleges and universities, making it a great place for students to learn and compete. If you’re looking for a top-notch rowing club with a rich history and plenty of success, the Whitehall Spirit Club is the perfect choice.

The Row LA Rowing Club in Los Angeles is a historic rowing club that was founded in 1985. The club is based out of Marina del Rey and is one of the most well-known rowing clubs in Southern California. The club is also linked to several colleges, including the University of Southern California and UCLA. The Row LA Rowing Club is a respected and prestigious rowing club that has a rich history and tradition of success.

8: Rivanna Rowing Club

Rivanna Rowing Club is located in Los Angeles, USA. The club has produced several successful rowers, including Olympians and national champions. The club is also linked to a college nearby, which provides access to facilities and equipment. The club has a strong focus on developing young rowers and providing them with opportunities to compete at the highest level.

The club has a rich history and tradition of winning, and this is reflected in the success of its members. Rivanna Rowing Club is a highly respected and well-known club, and it continues to produce champions and contribute to the sport of rowing.

9: Open Water Rowing Center

The Open Water Rowing Center is located in Los Angeles, USA and is a rowing club that is open to the public. The club has produced several famous and successful rowers, such as Olympian rower Sue Enquist and national champion rower George Plimpton. The club is also linked to several colleges nearby, such as the University of Southern California and UCLA.

The club has been very successful in producing Olympic champions and national champions. In addition, the club has also been successful in developing young athletes into professional rowers. The Open Water Rowing Center is an excellent place for anyone interested in learning how to row or for anyone looking to improve their rowing skills.

10: Duluth Rowing Club

Founded in 1966, the Duluth Rowing Club is a popular club in LA. Located in Los Angeles, the club has produced several national and international champions, including two Olympic gold medalists. The Duluth Rowing Club is also affiliated with the University of California, Los Angeles, one of the top rowing programs in the country. As a result, the Duluth Rowing Club is considered one of the premier rowing clubs in the United States.

The Duluth club has produced numerous national champions and Olympic medalists. In addition to its competitive success, the Duluth Rowing Club is also known for its beautiful rowing facility, which overlooks downtown Los Angeles. The club is open to rowers of all levels of experience, from beginners to experienced athletes. Whether you’re looking to compete at the highest level or simply enjoy a leisurely row on a beautiful day, the Duluth Rowing Club is the perfect place for you.

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CYC Rowing Participant Information

California Yacht Club is located at: 4469 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey, CA 90292 .

  • If driving, please park in the CYC visitor’s lot adjacent to Admiralty Way and accessed from the driveway which is between Café del Rey and the Warehouse Restaurant.
  • Once parked, proceed by foot and enter the member’s parking lot by passing by the main entry gate.
  • After passing the main entry gate, continue walking, bearing hard left along the chain link fence at the north end of the large parking lot until it ends at a dark green shade cloth covered rowing shed.
  • We meet, at the rowing sheds which are opposite the tall bamboo plants separating the Warehouse Restaurant and CYC.

If you will be late or unable to attend, PLEASE text (and identify yourself) as soon as possible: Craig Leeds 310.948.1456 and/or Anna Wilczek 818.523.2987.

If the main entry gate is locked when you arrive, please text us.

Participants should bring: athletic shoes (running shoes), socks, shorts, shirts, sunscreen, water, a change of clothes,

towel and personal items (hats, sunglasses, orthotics, inhalers, etc).

To keep all the gear organized, a small duffel bag or back pack is recommended.

Clothes should fit reasonably tightly so while rowing, hands won’t get caught in shirts and shorts won’t get caught in the sliding seats.

Dressing in layers and using wicking type fabrics is recommended.

Here are some links that will be helpful (you may need to copy and paste into a browser):

  • This is a video from Concept2 regarding technique on the rowing machine which is where we begin. Please watch the video before the first session.
  • World Rowing
  • This is a great pictorial representation of the rowing stroke as taught at CYC:
  • This is a great video showing Australian world champion scullers and sweep rowers in a beautiful setting.
  • Here’s a link to the US Women winning the quad at the 2015 World Championship:

Please don’t hesitate to ask for more information.

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2021 J/70 WORLDS : CHAMPION

Peter duncan and relative obscurity return to the podium as j/70 world champion at cal yacht club.

The Ducasse Sailing Team of Santiago, Chile, triumphed in the Corinthian division.

2021 J/70 WORLDS : CORINTHIAN CHAMPIONS

The ducasse sailing team of santiago, chile, triumphed in the corinthian division..

THREATENING MINORS WINS ONE PRO.

2021 J/70 WORLDS : ONE PRO CHAMPIONS

Threatening minors wins one pro..

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PETER DUNCAN AND RELATIVE OBSCURITY WIN THE 2021 J/70 WORLDS

Peter Duncan and Relative Obscurity Return to the Podium as J/70 World Champion at California Yacht Club

Peter Duncan’s Relative Obscurity has prevailed over 60 other teams and challenging wind conditions to capture the 2021 J/70 World Championship title at California Yacht Club, today. In a five-day series that tested the skill and patience of top-notch competitors from 11 nations, Duncan – sailing with Willem van Waay, Morgan Trubovich and Victor Diaz de Leon – secured a top five position in the beginning of the regatta and never let go.

“I’m elated!” said Duncan as he returned to the dock, bustling with activity. “That was a tough day out there. We didn’t start very well but had a bit of a break with a header on the first run of the second race that let us get close to everybody and sail through some folks we need to sail through,” he explained. “We have a lot of fun onboard – joke and laugh and keep it light – and that worked in our favor when we had to grind through. Everybody knows what their job is, and these guys do them exceptionally well.”

WELCOME TO THE J/70 WORLDS 2021

Cal Yacht Club is proud to host the 2021 racing of the J/70 Worlds.

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Peter Duncan’s  Relative Obscurity  has prevailed over 60 other teams and challenging wind conditions to capture the 2021 J/70 World Championship title at California Yacht Club, today.

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Threatening Minors  sailed by Jordan Janov, Grant Janov, Ryan Janov, Reddin Kherli and Willie Mcbride, took honors.

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The J/70 is 22.75 feet with an 11 foot long cockpit and deck-stepped carbon mast for easy rigging and stepping.

The crew shall consist of 3 or more persons. The number of crew shall not be changed during an event.

The J/70 Class has been created as a strict one-design Class where the true test when racing is between crews and not boats and equipment.

Well, chances are it will not be like Day 1 of the Pre-Worlds. Maybe more like Day 2. But then again, this is MdR—anything can happen.

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The Santa Monica Bay is dominated by an onshore breeze that typically doesn't kick in until around noon. Watch out for the oscillations!

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CYC has a long history of excellence in race management. We host everything from Championship-level regattas to more casual weekend random leg races.

SAY WHAT? : THE J/70 WORLDS 2021

"Cal Yacht Club did an awesome job."

Peter Duncan | Relative Obscurity

“It was very cool that there were four boats who could have won this thing in the last race...”

CALIFORNIA YACHT CLUB

Founded originally in 1922 by yachtsmen including Charles Hathaway and Frank Garbutt, the California Yacht Club's first clubhouse was built in Wilmington, CA in Los Angeles' inner harbor (berths nos. 192 & 193), just opposite Terminal Island. Close by were the yards of renowned yacht builders Wilmington Boat Works and Fellows & Stewart (second location). In the club's inaugural year, member yachtsmen formed the first Star class fleet on the Pacific coast. Involved in all aspect of the sport, the club has encouraged a variety of pleasure boating, first in Los Angeles Harbor, and now in Santa Monica Bay.

Over the years CYC has been the club for numerous prominent yachtsmen including Merritt Adamson, Pierpont Davis, Roy E. Disney, J. Paul Getty, Samuel K. Rindge, William Stewart, James Kilroy and navigator extraodinaire, Ben Mitchell. Movie mogul Cecil B. DeMille once served as a trustee of the club and donated a gold cup for powerboat racing. Comedy film producers Al Christie and Hal Roach were both deeply involved in club activities in the twenties and thirties.

Power boating has always been a part of the club's mission along with sailing and rowing. The first CYC powerboat regatta was run in 1922 and the winner was none less than the famous Gar Wood in his Harmsworth Trophy winner Miss America. CYC's Catalina Challenge race for powerboats has been run annually since 1922.

A fire on Thanksgiving Day, 1930 severely damaged the original clubhouse although the heroic efforts of some members saved all of the trophies.

In 1932, several CYC members figured prominently in the sailing events at the Los Angeles Olympic Games. Owen Churchill, inventor of the SwimFin, won the gold medal in the Eight-Metre Class with Angelita.

Unfortunately, the club was forced to relinquish its key location in the East Basin to the Coast Guard for the war effort in 1941. A dormant period followed.

With the development of the long-awaited Marina Del Rey in the early 1960s, the club reformed in '63 and elected Fritz Overton, Commodore in 1923, as head of the "new" club. In 1966, they opened the modern clubhouse and marina facility that is their home today. The radial design of the building allows sweeping panoramic views of the marina.

The California Yacht Club is owned by the Hathaway family, owners of the Los Angeles Athletic Club. The annual "Great Catalina to Marina del Rey Rowing and Paddling Event" pays tribute to Charles Hathaway's row in 1976 from Catalina Island to the club on his 50th birthday.

The unique combination of private ownership and annually elected flag officers has worked well to establish California Yacht Club as one of the outstanding clubs in the nation.

‘Nothing left’: After California Yacht Club fire, residents mourn loss of a beloved spot

Two firefighters injured fighting a massive overnight fire that destroyed

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In an instant, an overnight seaside blaze engulfed decades’ worth of boating trophies, historical artifacts and cherished memorabilia at the California Yacht Club in Marina del Rey on Monday.

Fire crews attempted to control the blaze as heavy smoke and flames consumed the two-story building. By the time they had subdued the fire two hours later, only the skeletal remnants of the clubhouse were left standing.

John Myers, senior vice president of the club, said the blaze had been reported by an employee working late in the clubhouse Monday night. The fire spared the remainder of the facilities on the ground, including the docks and the yachts moored there. But the clubhouse, and particularly its second floor, was all but wiped out.

“We are working closely with the Los Angeles County Fire Department in their investigation of the cause of the incident and will share those findings when they become available to us,” Myers said.

The three towers that make up the Marina City Club

Members are left mourning, comparing the loss to the death of a loved one.

Jennifer Dakoske Koslu awoke in Rancho Mirage at 5:30 a.m. Tuesday, before the sun had risen, to find her phone inundated with text messages from club members.

The first message she read simply stated, “The CYC is gone.”

“As soon as I opened my phone, it went to a link on the Citizen app and saw a video of the club burning. I was shocked,” Dakoske Koslu said.

For the last 24 years, Dakoske Koslu and her family have been dedicated members of the CYC, whose clubhouse is a few miles away from their home in Playa del Rey. She said it is where her children have grown up, familiarizing themselves with every inch.

“I remember taking my son there on the Fourth of July when he was just 3 weeks old. It was the first place we went with him as a newborn,” Dakoske Koslu said.

She and her husband biked to the club in the aftermath of the fire, greeted by the charred remains of the building on Wednesday afternoon.

“The destruction is unbelievable. It’s clear that the fire was burning intensely on the second floor,” Dakoske Koslu said. “There’s nothing left.”

The second floor once housed a collection of the club’s prestigious racing trophies, kept on display for members and visitors. The fire melted all but a single salvageable California Cup. Most notably, the priceless King of Spain Trophy, acquired in 1929 from King Alfonso XIII, was lost.

Additionally, the club lost cherished photographs of every past commodore, a significant position within a yacht club. Members said they didn’t know if anyone had digitized the images of the commodores or of the club’s founders.

“We would tell yachting stories at the bar around lots of memorabilia, and the yachting artifacts behind the bar are all gone now,” Tom Materna said. “The yacht club provided us a facility for the off-the-water celebrations after hard-fought competition on the water.”

Boats on the water with palm trees in the background

The CYC dates to the early 1920s, started by boat owners from the Los Angeles Athletic Club and other yacht clubs. The Board of Harbor Commissioners approved the first clubhouse in 1922, designed by famed architect Edwin Bergstrom, co-designer of the Pentagon.

In 1965, the yacht club submitted a proposal for an all-encompassing $1-million, two-story, 10,000-square-foot clubhouse on four acres off Admiralty Way. Members envisioned a state-of-the-art facility with 170 boat slips, a guest dock, a small boat hoist and a dry land storage facility for boats. The clubhouse that resulted was dedicated on June 10, 1967.

Then-Commodore William A. DeGroot Jr. told The Times that the triangular parcel of land on which the clubhouse still sits is a “perfectly logical place for a club facility, and a commanding view down the main channel of the marina.”

Though the building has historical significance to its members, it does not have a historic designation, according to Linda Dishman, president of the Los Angeles Conservancy.

“We are deeply saddened by this tragedy and so grateful for the outpouring of support from the community and our members,” Myers said. “CYC has been a beacon for the nautical community for the past 101 years.”

Materna, 68, first found out about the fire through Facebook as friends posted videos and photos of the damage Tuesday morning. Then he began receiving calls and text messages from friends.

“Everybody woke up in the morning and realized we’d lost a significant part of the sailing community,” Materna said.

His connection to the club dates back nearly 52 years, to when he was just 16 years old. After spending 30 years sailing professionally with Hobie Cats, mainly racing catamarans — a watercraft with two parallel hulls of equal size — he recently served as a crew member on other club members’ racing yachts.

The CYC is pivotal in the boat racing community, organizing and hosting events such as the Optimist National Championship and Junior Olympic trials, Materna said. He fondly remembers the hundreds of people from across the globe converging on the marina for similar events.

The main topic among members now is what’s next for the club. Dakoske Koslu noted that the club’s ownership changed over the last few years, and many are unsure and concerned about the club’s continuation after the fire.

The club relocated to the marina in 1967, leasing the land it sits on from the county.

“I don’t think the county has really valued the contributions of the California Yacht Club as an important part of the Marina. They value Trader Joe’s because it’s more money for them,” Dakoske Koslu said.

Dakoske Koslu said she’s seen numerous small marine-oriented businesses displaced from the marina, making way for more commercialized developments such as Trader Joe’s and Recreational Equipment Inc.

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Rowing club los angeles: everything you need to know.

If you’re interested in rowing and live in Los Angeles, you’re in luck. Los Angeles has a long history of rowing, and there are many rowing clubs to choose from. Rowing is an excellent way to stay in shape, meet new people, and enjoy the beautiful outdoors. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at rowing clubs in Los Angeles, their history, benefits, and how to join them.

History of Rowing Club in Los Angeles

Rowing has been a popular sport in Los Angeles for over a century, with the first rowing club, the Los Angeles Rowing Club, established in 1908. The club was founded by a group of rowing enthusiasts who wanted to promote the sport in Southern California. The first boathouse was located in the Venice Canals, and the club quickly gained popularity.

Over the years, many other rowing clubs have been established in Los Angeles, including the California Yacht Club, the Long Beach Rowing Association, and the Marina Aquatic Center. These clubs have played a significant role in promoting rowing in Los Angeles, and their members have achieved many successes in local and national competitions. Despite many challenges, including funding, maintenance, and environmental issues, rowing clubs in Los Angeles continue to thrive and attract new members.

Rowing is a low-impact, full-body workout that is suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels. Joining a rowing club in Los Angeles offers many benefits, including improving your physical and mental health, socializing with like-minded people, and competing in rowing events.

Health Benefits

Rowing is an excellent way to improve your cardiovascular health, build muscle strength, and burn calories. According to a study by Harvard Health Publishing, rowing burns more calories than running or cycling, making it an effective way to lose weight and get in shape. Rowing also helps to reduce stress, improve sleep quality, and boost your mood.

Social Benefits

Joining a rowing club in Los Angeles provides an opportunity to meet new people, make friends, and socialize. Rowing clubs often organize social events such as barbecues, parties, and team-building exercises, allowing you to connect with other members outside of the boat. Rowing also promotes teamwork, communication, and leadership skills, which can be applied to other areas of your life.

Next, we will discuss how to join a rowing club in LA and popular rowing clubs in the area.

The Benefits of Joining a Rowing Club in Los Angeles

Rowing is an excellent way to stay active and healthy, but joining a rowing club in Los Angeles offers many additional benefits beyond physical fitness.

Rowing is a low-impact, full-body workout that improves cardiovascular health, builds muscle strength, and burns calories. Regular rowing can help reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and obesity. Additionally, rowing is an excellent way to improve flexibility and balance, which is essential for maintaining mobility as you age.

Joining a rowing club in Los Angeles provides an opportunity to meet new people, make friends, and develop a sense of community. Rowing clubs often organize social events such as barbecues, parties, and team-building exercises, allowing you to connect with other members outside of the boat. Rowing also promotes teamwork, communication, and leadership skills, which can be applied to other areas of your life.

Competitive Benefits

For those who enjoy competition, joining a rowing club in Los Angeles provides opportunities to participate in local and national rowing events. Rowing clubs often have teams that compete in regattas, races, and other events, giving members a chance to test their skills against other rowers. Participating in rowing competitions can be a fun and rewarding experience, and it can help you set and achieve personal goals.

How to Join a Rowing Club in Los Angeles

Joining a rowing club in Los Angeles is relatively easy, but there are some requirements you need to meet before you can become a member. Here’s what you need to know:

Requirements for Joining

Most rowing clubs in Los Angeles require that you be at least 18 years old and have a basic level of fitness. Some clubs may also require that you have previous rowing experience or complete a rowing class before you can join. Additionally, you may need to pass a swim test to ensure that you can safely navigate the water.

Application Process

To join a rowing club in Los Angeles, you will need to fill out an application form and pay a membership fee. The application form will typically ask for your contact information, rowing experience (if any), and emergency contact information. Once your application is approved, you will be given access to the club’s facilities and equipment. Some clubs may also require that you attend an orientation session to learn about the club’s rules and safety procedures.

Popular Rowing Clubs in LA

There are many rowing clubs to choose from in Los Angeles, each with its unique features, facilities, and programs. Here are some of the most popular rowing clubs in the area:

1. Los Angeles Rowing Club

The Los Angeles Rowing Club is the oldest rowing club in the city, founded in 1908. The club is located in a historic boathouse in the Marina del Rey harbor and offers programs for rowers of all levels, from beginners to advanced. The club has a competitive racing team, a recreational rowing program, and hosts many social events throughout the year.

2. California Yacht Club

The California Yacht Club is located in Marina del Rey and has a dedicated rowing program with a focus on competitive racing. The club has a state-of-the-art boathouse and equipment and offers programs for juniors and adults.

3. Long Beach Rowing Association

The Long Beach Rowing Association is located in Long Beach and offers programs for all levels, including recreational, competitive, and adaptive rowing. The club has a large boathouse and a fleet of boats, including singles, doubles, quads, and eights.

4. Marina Aquatic Center

The Marina Aquatic Center is located in Marina del Rey and is affiliated with the University of Southern California. The center offers rowing programs for USC students and the general public, including recreational and competitive rowing. The center has a large boathouse, a fleet of boats, and a team of experienced coaches.

In conclusion, joining a rowing club in Los Angeles is an excellent way to stay in shape, make new friends, and enjoy the beautiful outdoors. Rowing offers many health benefits, including improving cardiovascular health, building muscle strength, and reducing stress. By joining a rowing club, you can also develop teamwork, communication, and leadership skills, which can be applied to other areas of your life.

If you’re interested in joining a rowing club in Los Angeles, there are many options to choose from, each with its unique features and programs. We encourage you to check out the clubs we’ve listed and find one that suits your needs and interests. Remember, rowing is a lifelong sport that can be enjoyed at any age and fitness level, so why not give it a try and see what it can do for you? Join a rowing club in Los Angeles today and experience the benefits of this fantastic sport!

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Highlights: In Russia, in the city of Elektrostal (Moscow region), during demonstrations, Rosgvardia soldiers began shooting at spectators with children from machine guns with blank cartridges. One child received serious damage from a rebounded cartridge case. In the video, a child can be heard crying and screaming violently. It is also interesting that Russia recently arranged a solemn farewell to Vladimir Shestakov, convicted for the murder of a child, who became a mercenary of PMC "Wagner" and was liquidated in the war in Ukraine.

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In Russia, in the city of Elektrostal (Moscow region), during demonstrations, Rosgvardia soldiers began shooting at spectators with children from machine guns with blank cartridges.

So far, one injured child is known.

This was reported by the local Telegram channel of the Cheka-OGPU.

"Small children were clutching their heads screaming and falling to the ground. Not without injuries. The child received serious damage from a rebounded cartridge case," the report said.

One of the witnesses to the incident posted a video. It was her child who was shot by the Russian Guards. In the video, a child can be heard crying and screaming violently.

After the woman realized that her child had been wounded, she called her husband and doctor.

Meanwhile, Russian occupier Ivan Alekseev in the war in Ukraine after a drunken quarrel killed his colleague and tried to cover up the crime, saying it was the work of "Ukrainian saboteurs."

It is also interesting that Russia recently arranged a solemn farewell to Vladimir Shestakov, convicted for the murder of a child, who became a mercenary of PMC "Wagner" and was liquidated in the war in Ukraine.

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California Yacht Club was established in 1922 and boated its' first competitive rowing team back in the 1930's. In 1977, after a long hiatus, Stan Mullin, Ken Jacobs and Charles Hathaway reactivated rowing at the Club. CYC rowers now number about 60, and represent all abilities, ages and motivations.

Adult Rowing - California Yacht Club CYC is a great place for adults of all ages and skills to row out of Marina Del Rey. We have more than 60 active adult rowers with a wide range of interests and motivations varying from recreational, fitness, social, open water, and racing.

CYC Rowing - California Yacht Club - Rowing About us CYC Junior Rowing CYC offers a range of rowing programs suitable for girls and boys ages 12 - 18. CYC membership is not required to participate. Our junior rowing programs include: a highly successful competitive rowing team, a recreational program and private lessons.

Everyone at the California Yacht Club is devastated by the fire that took place at the structure of our historic club on Monday, December 11, 2023. We want to extend our sincere thanks to the Los Angeles County Fire Department for their rapid response and intensive efforts to extinguish the fire. We are committed to working with the fire ...

Junior Sailing and Rowing Program. Open to all youths in the community (ages 8-18). Full time Junior staff. Comments: Active power, sail and rowing fleets. Family friendly Club with a full schedule of races, cruises, and social activities.

California Yacht Club's Junior Rowing Program runs seasonally from September through June, and extends into Summer with several two week "Learn to Row" camps. The core instruction of the program is sculling. Singles, doubles and quads are the on the water tools for quality learning, and our inventory of ergometers are used for land training.

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California Yacht Club was established in 1922 and boated its first competitive rowing team back in the 1930's. In 1977, after a long hiatus, Stan Mullin, Ken Jacobs and Charles Hathaway reactivated rowing at the Club and it has grown since then.

The California Yacht Club has a wonderful community of members who enjoy a packed social calendar of over 400 events throughout the year that features water activities, wine tastings, movies...

California Yacht Club is located at: 4469 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey, CA 90292. ... California Yacht Club-Junior Rowing. Craig Leeds [email protected] 310.948.1456. and. Anna Wilczek [email protected] 818.523.2987. CYC offers a variety of summer programs for junior age (13 - 18) boys and girls. CYC membership is not required to enroll.

J/70 Worlds 2021 : Peter Duncan's Relative Obscurity has prevailed over 60 other teams and challenging wind conditions to capture the 2021 J/70 World Championship title at California Yacht Club, today. In a five-day series that tested the skill and patience of top-notch competitors from 11 nations, Duncan - sailing with Willem van Waay, Morgan Trubovich and Victor Diaz de Leon - secured ...

Congratulations to the California Yacht Club Rowing Team on an impressive showing at the Long Beach Christmas regatta! 27 medals is an incredible achievement, and we are so proud of all of your hard...

The California Yacht Club is owned by the Hathaway family, owners of the Los Angeles Athletic Club. The annual "Great Catalina to Marina del Rey Rowing and Paddling Event" pays tribute to Charles Hathaway's row in 1976 from Catalina Island to the club on his 50th birthday.

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• 1st US Rowing Coach to win back-to-back Gold medals in the Mens Eight (97,98,99) (04,05). ... RC and California Rowing Club • Advisory coach at Cambridge University in England for their annual Boat Race since 1993 • U.S. Men's Olympic Head Coach from 2009-2012 London Olympic Games (Bronze - M4-)

When the California Yacht Club burned in Marina del Rey, prestigious awards, a priceless trophy and cherished photos were lost. Members mourn the club's loss.

The Los Angeles Rowing Club is the oldest rowing club in the city, founded in 1908. The club is located in a historic boathouse in the Marina del Rey harbor and offers programs for rowers of all levels, from beginners to advanced. The club has a competitive racing team, a recreational rowing program, and hosts many social events throughout the ...

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