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The Historic Detroit Yacht Club, founded in 1868, is one of the oldest and most prestigious private Clubs in North America. The current DYC clubhouse, located on a private island along the banks of the Belle Isle Park in Detroit, is of Mediterranean design and was completed by George Mason in 1922. Mr. Mason also designed the Gem Theater, Masonic Temple and the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island.
The Detroit Yacht Club has been the center of Detroit society since opening its doors and continues a proud tradition and a strong commitment to excellence and quality service to members. Our member rolls best represents a cross section of the finest community and corporate leadership within the major industries of our region.
With almost one hundred thousand square feet of historic grandeur, the Detroit Yacht Club can accommodate every member need from the smallest business meeting, private celebration and special occasion to large weddings, conference provisions and large seminars.
Navigate your Lifestyle at the Detroit Yacht Club...it's where you belong
Starboard Haven Lounge: full service bar open six days a week
The Grill: Exquisite dining with a view of the harbor
Meeting rooms, provisions and setup
Full A/V equipment and support
Quiet library setting with relaxed atmosphere
Overnight accommodations in one of our Suite's
Boat docking facilities: electricity, water, pump-out (on some docks)
Harbor store with beer, wine, snacks, boat cleaning supplies and more
Flying Scots Sailing program
Children's game room
Men's and women's locker rooms, each with saunas
Indoor and outdoor swimming pools
Outdoor hot tub
Racquet/ Wallyball Courts
Bocce Ball Court
Private Tennis Lessons
Junior Sail Programs
Kids Summer Camp
Etc.! Contact us directly for a full list of marina services!
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Posted by DHH on 22nd Apr 2013
If you're looking for an upper class boating community in Southeast MI, this is it. I'm not sure any member would disagree.
Posted by Unknown on 1st Sep 2011
They certainly have some empty slips this season but I've seen the same vacancy at most marinas on the river. If you're still in the state and boating you'll enjoy your summer on the isle here.
There are some shady places to stop in further north so don't let price be only thing your decision rides on!
Posted by Chuck on 8th Aug 2011
Definitely a nice place to be on the water. I'd still be spending my summers there if I hadn't moved to East. Lots of boating going on and it's tough to beat Michigan summers, it's true...
Posted by Jack on 10th Jul 2011
Great spot right on Belle Isle! After frequenting marinas in the area there's no question that the Isle is the place to be downriver.