Indian Harbor Yacht Club

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710 Steamboat Rd
Greenwich, CT 06830
41° 0' 39.57'', -73° 37' 21.3''
VHF Ch. 68
Greenwich Harbor
Indian Harbor Yacht Club
Indian Harbor Yacht Club
Indian Harbor Yacht Club
Indian Harbor Yacht Club
Indian Harbor Yacht Club
Indian Harbor Yacht Club
Indian Harbor Yacht Club
Indian Harbor Yacht Club
Indian Harbor Yacht Club
Indian Harbor Yacht Club
Indian Harbor Yacht Club
Indian Harbor Yacht Club
Partly cloudy throughout the day.
38℉ENE at 9 knots
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Where members, family and guests come to enjoy the water and the company of friends Founded in 1889, Indian Harbor Yacht Club has a distinguished history of yacht racing and boating. Located in Captain Harbor on western Long Island Sound in Greenwich CT, the club provides members and guests an ideal setting for year-round enjoyment. Whether racer or cruiser, sailor or powerboater, blue water enthusiast or coastal cruiser, Indian Harbor is the perfect family-friendly place to relax, have fun, compete and build friendships.

Guest and transient moorings are available. There are no membership requirements for making a mooring reservation. Moorings include use of the Club Launch.

Due to limited space, the Club's docks are typically not available to visiting non-member yachts. Guest yachts are typically placed on moorings. If you have a restriction or specific need for dockage. Short term dockage for pickup/dropoff, etc. can be made available - hail the Marine Staff on VHF 68. Maximum draft at docks is 6.5ft at MLLW. Potable water and 30 amp, 50 amp and 120V connections are available. Dinghies may be docked on the Northernmost-end of the West Docks.

Berth Capacity



Heading east, enter Captain Harbor by leaving Great Captain Island and Nun "2" to your starboard hand. Proceed toward Cormorant Reef buoy Nun "4" leaving Jones Rocks Fl G 4M "3" to port and Nun "4" to starboard. Head northeast for 0.6nm and turn left into Greenwich Harbor. Heading west, enter Captain Harbor by passing between GB "1" to port and Nun "2" to starboard. Head WNW for 1.2nm and turn right into Greenwich Harbor making sure to leave Hen & Chicken buoy Can "1A" to your port.
Minimum Approach Depth:12.0 Feet
Minimum Channel Depth:12.0 Feet
Mean Low Water Dock Depth:12.0 Feet

Services & Amenities

Last Updated: Oct 07, 2019

Fuel Dock:Nearby
Water Hookup:Yes
Dinghy Dock:Yes
Medical Facility:Nearby
Floating Docks:Yes
Electric Amps:30/50
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cmjSep 08, 2019

Friendly, helpful staff and sparkling-clean facilities. Gorgeous setting. We enjoyed the outdoor bar and then it was an easy, just-over-a-mile walk into town.

Marina Response:
Thank you, we're glad you enjoyed your stay. Hope to see you again!
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concerto189Jul 25, 2019

Great meal in the 2nd floor bar restaurant. Nice calm mooring location. Very pleasant experience.

Marina Response:
Glad you enjoyed your stay! Thanks for coming.
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read2girlsJul 01, 2019

The mooring was way out in the waterway and rocking & rolling. We asked for a closer mooring and they said didn’t have a spot closer for a 50’, although we thought there were some spots. If it were not for the water taxi ride to and from our boat to land, they would get zero! Craig was very friendly. Location to town was an easy walk.

Marina Response:
Sorry to hear you had a bad experience here. If you make a special request ahead of time we will always work to honor it. Unfortunately without any prior notice, we could not accommodate a boat of your size on an inner mooring. Glad to hear that the launch service was efficient and friendly.
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