Stations

Clubhouse Portage Bay - Seattle, WA

The clubhouse is the home base for a busy schedule of activities. It is also available for rent to members for personal use such as weddings, graduations, etc. Groups of up to 225 can be accommodated.

A major, two million dollar- plus renovation of the Clubhouse was completed recently. The result is the beautiful facility we enjoy today. Perched above our 229-slip moorage, our Clubhouse stands proudly overlooking Portage Bay as a testament to the spirit and dedication of our members. Queen City Yacht Club is debt-free, and self-supporting. Hands-on efforts of volunteer members help maintain the house, docks and grounds.

 

Eagle Harbor Outstation - Bainbridge Island, WA

Location: 47.37.301N 122.31.115W  Half way in on the north shore of Eagle Harbor. The Eagle Harbor Public Dock is directly to the east and a private residence sits to the west. The end pilings and docks are clearly marked with Queen City signs.

This is the Club's main Outstation and is owned by the Club. The dock is "U" shaped, with 30 amp power and potable water throughout. From May 15th to September 15th of every year, Members can tie up on either side of both fingers on a first come - first served basis;  Dock A is the western finger and Dock B is the eastern finger.  Rafting up to three deep is allowed / encouraged during busy periods (i.e. Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day weekends).

During the "winter" months of September 15th thru May 15th, visiting moorage is limited to the outside of both fingers as the inside area (the inside of the "U") becomes seasonal long term moorage for Members.

 

 

Deer Harbor Outstation - Orcas Island, WA

Location: 48.37.191N 123.00.162W  (Southwest corner of Orcas Island) This is the first commercial marina as one enters the harbor, and is located on the east side.

QCYC use area defined: The QCYC contracted dock space is identified by the yellow highlight bar in the picture and by the QCYC identification affixed to the west side only of that floating dock. The entire east side of that float and the "dog leg" part of the west side are normal marina transient moorage and subject to the marina's overnight fee.  No reservation is necessary as this is a first come - first served tie up. 30 amp power and potable water is available dockside. Rafting is allowed up to three deep. 

 

 

Dock Street Marina, Tacoma WA

Location: 47.14.729N  122.26.004W   The Marina is at the very southwest end of the Thea Foss Waterway in Tacoma WA. It sits on the side near the WA State History Museum. Look for the large red building, which was a train station.

QCYC use area defined: This is a reservation-required Outstation and Members are strongly encouraged to phone (253) 572-2524 or email as far in advance as possible. Prior to reaching the dock, contact the Marina by phone or on VHF 78A for slip assignment. There is 125 and 250 volt power, water, and cable TV on the docks, with garbage and showers nearby and slip-side pumpouts available.  

 

Mill Bay Marina, Mill Bay, BC

Location: 48.39.206N 123.32.743W  in the northwest corner of Saanich Inlet

QCYC use area defined: This is a reservation-required Outstation and Members are strongly encouraged to phone (250) 743-4303 or email as far in advance as possible. Prior to reaching the dock, contact the Marina by phone or on VHF 66A for slip assignment. There is 30 and 50 amp power, water, and WiFi on the docks, with garbage, laundry, and showers nearby.  

 

Port Browning Marina, Pender Island, BC

Location: 48.46.546N 123.16.319W, at the head of Port Browning Harbour.

QCYC use area defined: This is a reservation-required Outstation and Members are strongly encouraged to phone (250) 629-3493, or email as far in advance as possible. Prior to reaching the dock, contact the Marina by phone or on VHF 66A for slip assignment. There is 30 and 50 amp power, WiFi, with laundry and shower facilities available.The marina has completed the remodel, however, as of July 2019, there is no fresh water service available on the docks. Plan accordingly. Members are ask to notify the web team should the fresh water situation change.

 

Port Sidney Marina, Sidney, BC

Location: 48.39.182N  123.23.502W  The Marina is located on the northwest end of Sidney Channel. It's surrounded by a large rock breakwater, which provides excellent protection. One enters thru a channel on the south end of the breakwater and once in the harbor area, you will find a Canada Customs clearing station immediately on the left.

QCYC use area defined: This is a reservation-required Outstation and Members are strongly encouraged to phone (250) 655-3711 or email as far in advance as possible. Prior to reaching the dock, hail the "Port Sidney Harbormaster" on VHF 66A for actual slip assignment. There is 30 and 50 amp power, water, and WiFi on the docks, with laundry and shower facilities on site. 

 

Salt Spring Marina - Ganges, BC

Location: 48.51.535N  123.29.986W  The marina is at the very north end of the harbor past the Canadian Coast Guard and Ganges Marina docks. Look for the large red building, which is MOBYs restaurant, located on the marina property.

QCYC use area defined: This is a reservation required Outstation and Members are strongly encouraged to phone or email as far in advance as possible. Prior to reaching the dock, hail the "Salt Spring Marina Harbormaster" on VHF 66A for actual slip assignment. There is 30 amp power and potable water on the docks. However, if the Gulf Islands are under "restricted water use", the marina water is turned on during specific hours of the day only. Plan accordingly.

 

Thestis Island Marina - Thetis Island, BC

Location: 48.58.930N  123.40.302W  This is the first marina you encounter as you enter the harbor and is located on the west side.

QCYC use area defined: This is a reservation required Outstation and Members are strongly encouraged to phone or email as far in advance as possible. Prior to reaching the dock, hail the "Thetis Marina Harbormaster" on VHF 66A for actual slip assignment. There is 30 amp power and potable water on the docks, both of which might be rationed during peak periods. Although the marina has its own desalination plant, it's best to check with the harbormaster if the Gulf Islands are under water restrictions.

 

 

Note: QCYC Members could be asked to raft together at the outstations if space is tight.  Occupancy limits can be found in Club Rule 12.04.