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Our spacious clubhouse overlooking Phinney Bay features a main meeting/banquet room capable of seating 130 guests for dinner.  A fully equipped, commercial-grade galley is adjacent to the banquet room.

Our Burgee Room is a comfortable seating area overlooking the marina and is a perfect spot to enjoy a bit of refreshment from our store/cafe, which offers beer, wine, soft drinks, and light lunches.  The store also has great prices on bottom paint, zincs, and other marine supplies.

Outside you can relax and enjoy the view from the deck. Downstairs you will find a well-equipped fitness room.  Ample parking is available in the gated lot adjacent to the clubhouse.  The clubhouse may be rented by club members for private events.

Burgee Room & Store

Meeting & Banquet Room


Clubhouse Deck
Picnic Shelter and Park Area

The BYC grounds include a park area with a picnic shelter that is a big hit for summertime outdoor gatherings.  The Picnic Shelter provides covered seating for 80 and includes and full galley, sound system, and a natural gas stone fireplace.  Adjacent to the picnic shelter are natural gas and charcoal barbecues and additional picnic table seating.

Picnic in shelter

Picnic in the Park

Covered Seating and Galley

Picnic Area Seating

Natural Gas Fireplace


The Bremerton Yacht Club hosts an 187 slip marina for member moorage.  There are 72 open slips, 22 slips under a common club cover, and an additional 93 spaces that are occupied by member-owned boat sheds.  Moorage is awarded to applicants on a point system where points are earned in service to club operations and and participation in activities.

A diesel and gasoline fuel pump provides fuel to members with excellent pricing.  The marina also includes fixed and portable pumpout capabilities, a pier-mounted jib boom with a maximum vertical lift capacity of 2000lb, and a low-height maintenance float.

Jib Boom

Jib Boom

Fuel Pump with Gas and Diesel

Pumpout Station at Fuel Float
Railway and Shop

A capability unique among area yacht clubs is Bremerton Yacht Club's Railway for yacht haul out and maintenance.  This marine railway is capable of hauling vessels up to 50' and 50,000lb.  The facility includes a self-contained pressure wash and waste water recovery system.  Solid walls and curtains ensure over-spray is kept in the railway work space and all waste water is captured and processed through an extensive filtration system prior to reuse for hull cleaning.

Adjacent to the railway is an enclosed shop space with workspace and some common tools to support minor repair and maintenance actions.  BYC also has a disposal station for disposal of oil and contaminated fluids.

Enclosed Area for Bottom Cleaning/Painting

Waste Water Management

Enclosed Shop Facilities

Oil and Contaminated Fluids Disposal Station

Oro Bay Outstation on Anderson Island

Bremerton Yacht Club maintains an outstation for member use at Oro Bay on Anderson Island in souther Puget Sound. The outstation is open year round. Facilities include moorage on floating concrete docks for 30+ vessels, with 30-amp power available on the dock. The upland area includes a covered gazebo capable of seating 56, and a concrete patio with fire pit. A vehicle is available in summer months for short trips on the island. At present no water is available on our property, so members must plan to have sufficient water onboard for their stay.

Henry's Hut and Pier

Park area

Pier and Floats

Fire Pit