Going Cruising?  Consider utilizing our reciprocal moorage at many locations:  2022 Reciprocity Map.   For more details, click on reciprocity in the menu bar above.


Visitors: Reciprocal moorage rights at Shilshole are back open.  We will reimburse up to two boats per night. Click on "Reciprocity" above for more information and the form.

CYC Members: Please check with any yacht club before arrival regarding whether they are allowing guest moorage and / or reciprocal rights.

CYC organizes cruises that provide an opportunity for social weekend cruising, create an environment to exchange cruising knowledge, and provide opportunities for families to enjoy cruising. Cruises can always be added to the CYC calendar. Is there someplace you think it would be fun to visit with friends? Join us and organize and lead a cruise.  

A viewable two page summary of 2022's planned cruises and trip leaders can be found [HERE]

Leading a cruise? If so, click here: cruise leader guidelines.pdf

On the Second Thursday of each month, the cruising group hosts a cruising social. The CYC Cruisers Social is an opportunity for CYC members to connect with other CYC cruisers to share cruising knowledge. We often have a specific program focusing on cruising topics or an open forum of discussion. We have just returned to In Person Cruisers Socials at the recently refurbished CYC Clubhouse. We are using a Hybrid format allowing those who are unable to attend in person, for any reason, to be able to participate via Zoom. If you would like to participate via Zoom please register to receive the link. Cruising Socials are a potluck format. Please bring something fun and delicious to share as well as your own beverage.

To help organize cruises or receive additional information on CYC cruising events,  contact Andrew Bereson, CYC Fleet Captain Cruise.

On-Water Cruising Events

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    12/3 - Cruise to Kingston for Tree Lighting and Dinner.

    We will walk on the ferry at 4:45 PM in Edmonds, and arrive in Kingston before Santa turns the lights on in the waterfront park. On the way over we typically huddle over the puzzles in work on the passenger deck. 

    We catch a bit of the Elvis impersonator, and when Santa arrives, he turns on the amazing holiday lights throughout the park. There will be sea creatures, animals, birds, and maybe even a Star Wars ship.  After strolling through the lights and checking out the decorated boats and dinghy parade by the Kingston Cove Yacht Club, we head a block up the road to enjoy dinner at Kingston Ale House at 6:30 PM. 

    Afterward, we catch an evening ferry back to Edmonds to complete our cruise by ferry to Kingston. Contact Chris McMuldroch for further information and updates.

    Cruise Leader: Chris McMuldroch

    • 5 Jan 2023
    • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Woodland Park Zoo

    "Cruise" to the Woodland Park Zoo Wild Lanterns exhibit! 

    Buy your tickets soon for a 6:30 PM timed entry (or around then), while they are available for this really popular Zoo event – they sell out quickly!

    CYC’s first cruise of 2023 is to “Wild Lanterns” at the Woodland Park Zoo Thursday January 5th. It’s January in Seattle so we’ll cruise by car, rather than by boat, and we’ll only be outside for an hour or two.  Besides a fun and illuminating experience walking through the amazing lanterns, we can do a check of our foul weather gear at the same time! 

    CYC will meet at the zoo and enter at 6:30 PM. (Buy your tickets soon before the timed tickets are sold out.  BECU has a discount code.) Those who would like can then meet up after seeing the exhibit for pie at “A La Mode Pies”. 

    Here is the Zoo’s promotion for “Wild Lanterns”:

    Explore the zoo like never before with a lantern festival unlike any in the Northwest! WildLanterns presented by BECU offers a larger-than-life, immersive experience that will “wow” anyone, no matter their age! From A Walk Among African Animals, where beautiful flora and fauna abound alongside a mob of adorable meerkats, to the Asian Safari where stunning tigers, adorable red pandas and a brilliant family of orangutans await your arrival, there's something for everyone to enjoy.

Cruising Volunteers Needed

CYC Cruising is in need of volunteers to help with some of the the many parts of maintaining an active, thriving cruising community at CYC. Current opportunities include the organization of new cruises and updating reciprocal guest moorage information.

To volunteer, propose cruising ideas, or ask questions, please contact Andy Bereson, CYC Fleet Captain Cruise.

Andy Bereson

Contact Andy

Thank you, Business Members!

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7755 Seaview Ave NW 
Seattle WA 98117
(206) 789-1919 (Main line)

(206) 402-6870 (Juniors)



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