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MSC Seashore

I tried a ship-within-a-ship cruise experience and it was worth it for the endless perks—here’s why

The MSC Yacht Club affords travelers a totally different cruising experience, but you’ll have to splurge.

Erica Lamberg

I heard tales of luxury from people about the ritzy MSC Yacht Club , the ship-within-a-ship concept where discerning passengers enjoy their own area of the cruise ship that includes a dedicated restaurant, private lounge, separate pool and sundeck as well as private butlers and concierges to take of any whim while cruising. The elevated Yacht Club boasts priority everything while sailing MSC.

I sailed on a four-night cruise on the new MSC Seashore, a glitzy ship with Italian flair intermingled with references to New York City at every turn. Although the ship was well-appointed and had amazing dining, drinking and entertainment venues, and a bountiful Top Sail main buffet, thousands of passengers made the ship feel crowded at times, elevators were slow, and as I strolled through the general pools, they were boisterous and crowded.

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Switch gears to MSC Seashore’s Yacht Club, passkey-protected for lucky guests, and is a 180 from the ship’s general spaces. Once you scan your handy Yacht Club wrist badge, or your room key, you’re instantly given entrance to a breathtaking retreat of 131 staterooms and suites. All this luxury does come at a price. Cruise fares will vary based on destination, time of year, and cabin category, but generally speaking you can expect to pay double for the Yacht Club. And from my experience, it’s worth it. Read more about why you should splurge.

You’re fast-tracked through everything

The Yacht Club’s exclusivity and impeccable service standard started from the moment I got dropped off at the Port Canaveral cruise terminal. There were hundreds of people waiting to board at 1pm on embarkation day. I saw in the distance a canopy that said MSC Yacht Club. My husband and I wheeled our carry-on luggage to the representative under the canopy. I gave her my name and within two seconds, she gave me a sticker to wear and up we ascended on the escalator to check in. Just five minutes later, I was directed to the dedicated check-in area for Yacht Club guests. To my right, I saw about 1,000 people serpentine through ropes to do general check-in. I felt a sense of relief; who wants to wait in that line? Five minutes later, a butler from the Yacht Club insisted on wheeling my luggage to board the ship and I was in my room in a total on 12 minutes from the time I stepped foot out of the car to my stateroom in the Yacht Club.

Relaxing and streamlined

In addition, Yacht Club guests have the freedom to get off the ship first for excursions. Your butler will happily escort you off the ship with a smile. Guests also can disembark on the last morning first, which is a big convenience. Your butler walks you right to the place you disembark, bypassing crowds and hassles. Port Canaveral is about an hour away from Orlando International Airport, and we took a 10 am flight home. We didn’t have to linger around until the afternoon for our flight home.

Another perk is that there’s a special seating area in the theater for shows. All the shows were excellent during my voyage. All other ship passengers have to make reservations in advance for shows but that’s not the case for the privileged Yacht Club passengers. As long as you arrive about 10 minutes before any show you choose, a crew member from the Club will allow you entry into a special roped-off section. Again, no rushing through dinner—you have the flexibility to plan your evenings your way.

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Your Yacht Club package is packed with remarkable value

The price tag may sound daunting, but there’s lots of value there. All Yacht Club cabins and suites include a premium drink package that covers beverages up to $15. You can use this perk both in the Yacht Club and throughout the ship. In addition, your package includes a two-device Wi-Fi package, which worked well during my sailing. Finally, you get access to the thermal spa suite, which is a place to indulge after a day in port or a sea day. Commonly, there’s a taboo regarding mini-bars, but not in the Yacht Club. It’s stocked each day with the beverages you want; just tell your butler and consider it done.

You get perks ashore too

If your sailing includes a call to Ocean Cay, MSC’s private island, Yacht Club guests get an elevated experience there too. Yacht Club guests enjoy a private area, and a dedicated restaurant called the Ocean House. While other ship guests were hosted to a buffet of predictable fare, I enjoyed a lobster roll, and my husband chose carne asada. In my opinion, one thing that could be improved was the tram service to the Yacht Club’s private area. We were told the last tram back was 3:30pm if we didn’t want to trek a 15-minute walk in the heat. Since we were docked in Ocean Cay for the evening and weren’t sailing, I was a bit dismayed by this logistical quirk. I felt like I was keeping an eye on my phone to make sure I didn’t miss the last tram.

You have private areas with curated food and drink and outdoor spaces

Within the Yacht Club complex, there’s the Yacht Club Restaurant, Top Sail Lounge and the One Pool Buffet, which are all exclusive to Yacht Club guests. Obviously, the food and service are steps above other dining venues of the ship, I can vouch for that. Although the food is delicious, if you don’t want to pay extra to dine at the specialty restaurants or fuss in the main buffet, eating three meals a day in the Yacht Club restaurant can get a bit monotonous. The breakfast is the same daily, and lunch and dinner offer a menu with daily specials plus a few standby selections like a hamburger or pasta each day. Although the Yacht Club Restaurant concept is desirable, I would strongly suggest dining in other venues on board, especially for dinner. I thoroughly enjoyed specialty dining in Ocean Cay Restaurant, Butcher’s Cut, and Kaito Teppanyaki. I also want to mention that late afternoon high tea is offered daily at the Yacht Club Restaurant. It was one of the nicest I have experienced at sea.

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Also available exclusively to Yacht Club passengers is the Top Sail Lounge, which offers panoramic water views and has chef-curated selections from morning through late night. We enjoyed popping into the lounge at all hours to try finger foods and sweets. The One Pool Buffet offers a more casual option for breakfast and lunch by the pool. The buffet has grilled fish, sandwiches and lots of delicious options if you want to dine outside.

There’s also an exclusive area with a private pool and two whirlpools for Yacht Club guests only. The sun deck loungers are very comfortable and I never had to worry about finding a lounger, there are ample. One issue I had was that there was almost no shade on the sun deck; there were shaded day beds for Royal Suite and Owners Suite guests, but beyond those, I couldn’t find any shade, which was disappointing.

You can justify the price at the end of your cruise

Overall, the best way to explain my enthusiasm for my MSC Yacht Club experience is this: it’s better to book an interior stateroom in the Yacht Club than a luxe cabin outside the Yacht Club. It’s worth the splurge and you return home feeling truly pampered and it’s money well-spent. And I make this prediction: Once you try a ship-within-a-ship concept like the MSC Yacht Club, you won’t want cruise any other way. Bon Voyage!

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The Tellico Village Yacht Club is the social and dining center of the Village.

Situated on a beautiful peninsula overlooking Tellico Lake, this 20,400 square-foot building includes a lounge, dining areas, loft and gallery levels and incorporates large expanses of glass facing the lake on all three levels of the building.  It is located adjacent to the largest marina in Tellico Village and provides guest docks for boaters who wish to visit the Yacht Club by water.

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The Yacht Club offers exceptional lakeside dining in one of the most spectacular lakefront settings in East Tennessee. Brunches, lunches and dinners are prepared by a noted chef with international experience.

Throughout the year, the Yacht Club features highly anticipated offerings such as the Live Music Fridays, wine tasting dinners, chef cook-off challenges, and holiday fireworks celebrations. Other special events, such as the Christmas Gala and Margaritaville, add enjoyment to the lives of Tellico Village residents.

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Please consider Tellico Village Yacht Club as the destination where all those fantasies can become reality. For starters, consider the settings – acres of green rolling hills looking out over the lake and mountains, a timeless backdrop for a special day.

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CCYC is Sacramento's enthusiastic club of fun-loving recreational boaters.  We're glad you stopped by and hope you spend a moment to check out our web-site. CCYC 's primary mission is FUN.  A dramatic departure from the formalities and rituals of a traditional yacht club, CCYC is dedicated to the satisfaction of its members' spirit of fun and enjoyment on the water.  So no matter if you're a salty old veteran or a newcomer to boating, we welcome you to catch a glimpse of the fun that's had on the rivers and sloughs of Sacramento as a member of CCYC .  If you like what you see, inquire about becoming a member by visiting the membership section and visit  our Facebook page   !!

Originally founded in 1993 under the name Walnut Grove-Capital City Yacht Club. Shortly after that, it became officially just “Capital City Yacht Club,” Capital City Yacht Club (CCYC) is now 100+ members strong and growing at a fast pace.  As of 1996 CCYC has been accepted into the Pacific Inter-Club Yacht Association (PICYA), an association of reciprocal yachting clubs. CCYC was the first club accepted into PICYA in the second century of that organization. Based out of Sacramento Marina, CCYC is a organized as non-profit corporation with the traditional array of Officers and Directors.   

While CCYC does not maintain an official club house facility, the club is based out of Sacramento Marina, which is also referred to as Miller Park.  On any given summer weekend you can find a good number of members at "Potluck Beach" which is located on the American River about 1 mile upstream from Discovery Park (where the Sacramento and American rivers meet).  Look for boats flying the CCYC burgee, most of which will be rafted-up in the river near Potluck Beach  or be stern-ended into Potluck Beach.  Make sure you stop by and say "HI". 

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  MEMBERSHIP  

Q: Do you have to own a boat to join? A: NO, but you'll want to after you've been on a few! Becoming a member is a great way to make friends with boat owners and become familiar with boating before becoming a captain on your own vessel of any size.  

Q: Do you have to be rich to join a Yacht Club? A: Absolutely not! CCYC prides itself on being a friendly, "snob-free" yacht club with a very reasonable annual fee. 

Q: How many people are included per membership? A: One boat and/or 1-2 people per membership are assumed.

Q: What responsibilities will be expected of me? A: To have fun in joining the club activities of your choosing. Volunteers are always welcome, but never expected.

Q: How much is the membership dues? A: Current membership dues are $140.00 per year. This covers October 1st thru September 30th. Full membership dues are due on October 1st. New members are also assessed a one time application fee of $40.00 which also includes a club burgee. Starting October 1st 2023 dues will be going up to $160.00 per year to help with the rising costs.

Q: What's included in my membership? A: For your modest annual fee, you will receive: Invitation to monthly club events, annual dinner party, reciprocal rights to other PICYA clubs, roster listing published annually in yachting yearbook and club sponsored contribution to the RBOC.

Q: Is there a late fee assessed to delinquent membership dues? A: Yes. All members have a 30 day grace period to pay their dues renewal. Dues paid after the 30th of October shall be assessed a $10.00 late fee. Dues not paid by November 30th shall be cause for deletion from the roster and said members must reapply for membership as a new member.

Q: How long does the application process take? A: Approximately 4-6 weeks. Once an application and associated fees are received the application is put before the board for review and approval. Once approved, a new member packet will be mailed. In t he rare case that an application is denied all monies paid shall be returned to the applicant.

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Commodore:  Danny Beuck

Vice Commodore: Jim Hutchinson

Rear Commodore: P.C. Kelley Simmons

Fleet Captain: Mark Rowell

Port Captain: Russell Meyers

Tresurer: Jen Allen Pike

Secretary: Christina Kovach

Measurer: Margie Gonzales

Quarter Master: Kathy Rowell

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P.C. Sheila Winslow

P.C. John Pike

Gilbert Gonzales

Don Wharton

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Peter Robertson

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Welcome to the Surf City Yacht Club website! SCYC has a beautiful bay front clubhouse and marina located at 9th and the Bay in Surf City on idyllic Long Beach Island, New Jersey. Celebrating almost 125 years of sailing, boating, socializing, fun and friendships by the Bay, we invite you to explore and enjoy our site.

Welcome to Surf City Yacht Club

Meet 2021 commodore dr. ron willoughby.

It is my privilege to welcome you back to your home by the bay for the 2021 season. This season promises to be one of renewal, as we carefully emerge from the restrictions of the pandemic with a resolve to restore the activities and relationships that make SCYC our home.

This renewal has taken many forms. Most visible are the renovations to the clubhouse, ensuring that we will have a beautiful and inviting home for years to come. This project will also include upgrades to the waterfront, with improved floating docks for launching small boats and swimming. We have also made a renewed dedication to our waterfront and sailing programs, upgrading our club boat fleet and increasing social opportunities for children of all ages, while maintaining our lively adult social calendar of parties and concerts. We look forward to once again hosting regattas in our prime sailing location, including two national events this season. None of these initiatives could occur without the involvement of our membership, whose devotion to SCYC is demonstrated through their donation of time, skill and energy to our club’s benefit.

To our members- welcome back!   To those of you visiting this website to find out more about SCYC, let me tell you that as this year’s Commodore, I, along with my fellow Flag officers and Board members, are guardians of a proud tradition, 127 years in the making. SCYC is a club for the members, run by the members, and dedicated to enjoying all the benefits that Barnegat Bay can offer- boating, swimming and sailing- and to the wonderful relationships that result when these are enjoyed with others, always mindful that our Bay is a resource to be protected.

Come join us, and enjoy what we believe is the best location on the Bay- and make new friends with whom to enjoy the most beautiful sunsets on LBI!

Coming Up At SCYC

Attend our open house sunday, may 26, 10am-1pm, social events.

From May through late October the club hosts events throughout each week and every Saturday evening including barbecues, golf outings, beach parties, concerts and dances. 2021 is packed with exciting social events for everyone!

Youth Activities

SCYC is proud to offer a wide range of sailing and swimming classes for children and young adults. With fun social activities and exciting competition with the other yacht clubs on the island, SCYC is the best place for your children to spend their summer on the island.

Register to become a US Sailing MVP

Many of the learning and sailing opportunities we enjoy at the club are made available to us by US Sailing, a nonprofit, member supported organization. They are a valuable resource and their programs are essential to our club. US Sailing is committed to building participation at the local level, and we can help them do so.

US Sailing and SCYC are partners through the US Sailing MVP Program. While SCYC has always utilized a breadth of US Sailing resources, our decision to join the MVP Program will introduce even more valuable programs and services to our members, as well as savings on program materials and US Sailing membership fees.

Every US Sailing member contributes to the programs that we enjoy at SCYC. We are all “US Sailing” and I encourage you to join me and every US Sailing member by becoming a member and investing in a thriving future for our sport.

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Sailing and Boating at SCYC

The heart of SCYC is our world-class sailing and boating program. We offer races throughout the spring, summer and fall for all kinds of vessels, ages, and abilities.

Our Racing Committee has been hard at work putting together a full slate of regattas for this year.

Youth Sailing and Swimming

We offer an 8-week sailing and swimming program for children ages 4 – 18 who are either Junior members or children/grandchildren of members.

Young children can participate in our “Bay Kids” program to offer a safe and fun introduction to sailing and swimming.

Older children and young adults can join our Waterfront program and compete in weekly competitions with the other LBI yacht clubs!

Social Activities

Come join us for SCYC fun! A festive array of social events for adults is planned on weekends during the season from Memorial Day through mid-October.

Saturday night socials include sunset cocktail parties, bay front concerts, BBQ’s, clam bakes, pig roasts and theme parties. Additional social events include golf outings, game and card nights, and a wide variety of family – oriented activities.

Other LBI social events include:

  •  Sunset cocktail parties
  •  Bay front concerts
  •  BBQ’s, clam bakes, pig roasts
  •  Themed parties

Weddings and Private Events

SCYC offers the perfect venue for weddings and private events. Our facilities offer breathtaking panoramic views of Barnegat Bay and indoor and outdoor options for accommodating your guests.

Come take a tour of our facilities and see why SCYC is the perfect choice for your perfect day.

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399 N 9th St, Surf City, NJ 08008

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PO Box 236, Ship Bottom, NJ 08008

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609-494-1532

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Ocean City Yacht Club offers a wide variety of activities beyond the sailing programs that bring members together for fun and competition.  By combining competitive, recreational, and instructional sailing activities with sports, social, and family interests the club provides a balance for all members to participate.

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Q. How do I register for a website account? A. If you are currently a QCYC member, please contact the office or any member of the webteam.

Q. How do I join the club? A. Please vist the Membership page for more details on membership and to download the QCYC Membership Application.

Q: Can I rent out the club's facilities for my private event (wedding, dinner, birthday party)? A. The clubhouse can only be rented by a Sponsoring Member who will be present at the event.

Q. How long has Queen City Yacht Club been in existence? A. The club has been serving the Seattle area since 1916. Please visit our History page for more information

Q. How many members do you have? A. The club has an active membership of over 500 power and sail boaters

Q. How many moorage slips do you have? A. Queen City offers 229 slips, both covered and open, up to 60' exclusively for members.

Q. With which other clubs do you have reciprocal relationships? A. A Queen City membership card can be used all over the world. Our members enjoy reciprocal moorage and privileges at 175 participating yacht clubs in Puget Sound and abroad.

Q: How many outstations do you have and where are they located? A. We have three outstations; Eagle Harbor (Bainbridge Island, WA), Deer Harbor (Orcas Island, WA) and Ganges Harbor (Saltspring Island, BC)

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    The dream of a new Yacht Club in Sea Isle City came true when dedication ceremonies were held for the original clubhouse on Saturday afternoon, August Thirtieth, in nineteen hundred and forty-one. For several years, this had been uppermost in the minds of many individuals, the most vocal of whom was Mr. William A. Haffert, editor of the Cape ...

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