We are proud of our location on the Pawcatuck River in Westerly, RI. We're easy to get to by Land or Sea!
The official beginning was one year after, July 30, 1928 at 8:00 p.m.. At that time, the unincorporated associated of 28 men started to incorporate and form the Westerly Yacht Club. The activities of the Club during its infancy included speedboat races (authorized by the American Power Boat Association), cruises, dances, and parades. The Sea Scout Ship, Adm. H. O. Dunn contributed too much of the success of the Yacht Club during those early years. Many members of the ship helped with construction of the original Yacht Club building. The ship was recognized in 1983 by the Boy Scouts of America as the longest tenured ship in Narragansett Council.
If you're a prospective member, a visitor from a reciprocating club, or a guest of one of our members, we hope you will find your time with us an enjoyable one. We have included a local map and links to directions from popular locations to make it easier to find us.