Florida Council Of Yacht Clubs

Florida Council Of Yacht Clubs

The primary FCYC benefit to CHYC members is reciprocity. This is the practice of allowing discretionary use of a Council member club’s facilities by a member in good standing of another member club.  In practice, CHYC members can use the facilities of the 36 member clubs for dockage and dining.  FCYC reciprocating members can charge expenses at the clubs they visit to their home club.

Other FCYC Benefits

FCYC also serves as the governmental liaison between the yacht club community and various branches and departments of the state and federal governments and legislature.

DEDICATED TO PROMOTE FAIR BOATING LAWS AND SAFER WATERWAYS FOR THE BOATING PUBLIC

In August, 1960, The St. Petersburg Yacht Club invited representatives from the leading West Coast Yacht Clubs to a meeting to discuss forming a representative body to encourage the sport of yachting, and general club activities, to promote safety afloat, to encourage reciprocity between qualified yacht clubs and to promote beneficial legislation.

Articles of incorporation were filed with the Secretary of State on July 26, 1961.

The original charter was revised in 1989.

You can view all the member clubs here: Florida Council of Yacht clubs

To view the Presentation put out by the FCYC about the member clubs, click FCYC PRESENTATION