From its austere beginning at the South end of Seneca Lake in 1929, the Watkins Glen Yacht Club has emerged as one of the premier clubs in New York State’s Finger Lakes Region. Incorporated in 1937, the Watkins Glen Yacht Club (WGYC) is located on beautifully landscaped grounds with over 50 boat slips. More than just a yacht club, it is a haven for members, their families and guests. There is a sense of peace and tranquility that makes the club an incomparable place of refuge combined with social and water activities.
The famed village of Watkins Glen, with its proud history of motor sports and the exciting gorge, offers a most relaxing atmosphere. If you’re inclined to pick up the pace, ask our members about the wineries and restaurants along the Seneca Lake Wine Trail and the numerous golf courses within a 15 mile drive.
Let us show you why The Watkins Glen Yacht Club is known as the “Friendliest Club in the Finger Lakes.”
Commodore: Terry Neville
Vice Commodore: Tim VanFleet
Rear Commodore: Melinda Sorber
Secretary: Sharon Reeder
Treasurer: Andre Boutoille
Steve Yehl, Ken Sears, Wayne Pike, Dustin Corbett
House & Grounds: Terry Neville (asst. Andre Boutoille, Dave Stabile, Steve Yehl, Ed Grow)
Entertainment: Melinda Sorber
Membership: Denise Yehl
First Mates: Jessica Turner
Flag Officers: Greg & Lisa Scudder
Dock Master: Jessica Turner (asst. Mark Boughton)
Sunshine: Darla Nash
The objectives of the club are to recognize the great assets of the State of New York in its navigable waters and that the enjoyment thereof can be promoted and encouraged to all people by the development of boating in all its branches; to engage in and promote civic activities, to develop, provide and maintain suitable facilities for the use and recreation of its members, visitors, and guests, and in particular to make Seneca Lake attractive to all boaters.