The Coronado Yacht Club facility has served the boating community since the early 1940s.
We currently offer 271 wet slips, 81 dry slips, kayak and paddleboard racks and storage sheds. Courtesy berthing may be granted to vessels belonging to members of recognized yacht clubs when dock space is available.
If you have any questions about reciprocal mooring and other related subjects, please contact the Front Office at (619)435-1848. A call to the Front Office is always appreciated when planning a cruise to our yacht club. Please visit our CYC Staff page for more contact information.
The front float known as the “turning basin/guest dock” is used for the temporary berthing of reciprocal visiting yachts (two hours maximum) and for the embarking and disembarking of passengers of CYC members only. During scheduled regattas and other scheduled events, the Port Captain may allow those boats directly involved with the event to tie up at the turning basin/guest dock. Rafting of boats to other boats attached to CYC slips is prohibited except on race or regatta days or during special events and only with the approval of the Port Captain.
When mooring at an anchorage in Glorietta Bay, the use of our dinghy dock is limited to member and reciprocal vessels less than 14’ LOA and the length of continuous stay is limited to less than 24 hours. Please check in with the Front Office so that we may provide you with a dinghy tag (or decal, if member) to attach to your vessel. We also have a small boat hoist that is restricted to member and club employee use only. Club members may obtain their own copy of a hoist key by being “checked out” on the operating procedures by the Director of Facilities. Unqualified persons who use and damage the hoists will be personally responsible for the costs of repairs.
The following are general rules and regulations relating to the use of docks and marina:
- Subleasing of a wet or dry slip is prohibited.
- Slips and docks shall be clear of gear at all times to permit free access to the extreme ends of the docks. Nothing shall be placed on the walkways or docks, which would prevent free access by emergency equipment and personnel.
- Fishing is not allowed from the docks at any time.