The center of OYC life is our lovely Clubhouse with its shaded porch overlooking the scenic east basin of Mamaroneck Harbor. The Clubhouse includes a newly renovated kitchen and men’s and women’s restrooms and showers. It is available for members to rent on a first come, first served basis.
Dockage and Moorings
- Dockage with water and power for 24 boats (although there is a waiting list).
- Most of our fleet is moored in the harbor on fore and aft moorings. Permits must be obtained from the Village of Mamaroneck Harbor Master for a nominal annual fee.
- Guest moorings are offered at nominal prices for visiting Yachts.
Other Facilities for Members
- Wet and dry winter storage
- Dinghy, kayak and sail board storage racks
- Two work docks with water are available for use while making repairs.
- Lockers for sails and other equipment
- Mast crane and storage shed
- Gated parking area
- Workboat for member projects
- Club dinghies
- Orienta Yacht Club runs a convenient launch service for members and guests during the months when the club is in commission, roughly from April through mid-October. Launch hours vary slightly during the summer months to accommodate peak demand and the launch generally runs all day until 8:00 PM.
- Launch hours are posted in the dock house.
Orienta Yacht Club founded by a group of yachtsmen that had their yachts anchored in Mamaroneck Harbor...
Mamaroneck Harbor began to take shape with dredging and using fill to build Harbor Island Park...
OYC was accredited to the Yacht Racing Association of Long Island Sound, and that year sponsored its first annual regatta under Y.R.A. rules.
1925 the club house and property up the hill was sold to the Elks Club, leaving us with the lower portion and boat house.
The Works Progress Administration (WPA) built seawalls around what had by then become Harbor Island Park...
In the recent years numerous other improvements have been made to the property over the years...
The Clubhouse was originally a boathouse, much of which was taken up with storage lockers for members’ equipment. Upstairs lived a steward who oversaw launch operations.
Today, the Orienta Yacht Club remains a thriving club of sailors and power boaters who share a passion for the sea and the good fun and friendship that unites the yachting community.