location: The San Luis Yacht Club is located on the Avila Pier in Avila Beach, which is tucked in the northern bight of San Luis Obispo Bay, on the Central Coast of California.
weather: Situated on a South facing beach with the prevailing winds and swell from the Northwest, the San Luis Yacht Club enjoys the greatest weather on the Central Coast.
history: The San Luis Yacht Club was established in 1937 with emphasis on boating activities.
moorings: SLYC has moorings available for vessels up to 55 feet, from April 1 through October 31. Daily rentals ($10).
reciprocal Clubs: Most yacht clubs in the Southern California Yachting Association (SCYA) who reciprocate with other yacht clubs in the area will do so on a formal basis. This is typically done through an exchange of reciprocal cards, which are approved and issued on an annual basis. This activity is between two specific clubs who wish to offer the mutual exchange use of their facilities. These reciprocal privileges are not intended to entitle guests "wholesale" use of the other's facility.
burgees: It is a tradition of Yacht Clubs all over the world to have its members exchange burgees with visiting yacht clubs at ports other than their own. The San Luis Yacht Club has exchanged burgees with many clubs in the far reaches of the globe. Contact a board member or Jeff Liberman "our "keeper of the burgees" to find out more about the exchanging of burgees.
membership: Flag Membership is currently full at 200 members. Regretfully, no new applications will be accepted this year.
reservations: The Clubhouse is for the use of SLYC members, their immediate families, and guests only. Application for club reservation is available to members in the 'Members' section.