Southern Yacht Club

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Goat M.

“ Goat loves to watch the sunset in the west bar, while drinking his many Goat Drinks with his many friends! ” in 3 reviews

Michelle B.

“ There is also an outdoor pool and picnic tables shielded under the building. ” in 2 reviews

Ryan W.

“ The views simply can NOT be beat. ” in 2 reviews

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105 N Roadway St

New Orleans, LA 70124

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Gold medal winner , great food , great stuff , top of the line managements Best chef in the past 17 years

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Friend who is a member bought me here for lunch. every thing was great staff was friendly.

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Turtle soup was a test: failed. Wrong flavor and a weird consistency. Redfish special was nice and fresh. Vegetables were way undercooked and very spotty service. Of course. Dropped bread and never returned until the end. One star for the great view. Overall go for the view. Forget the food.

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This is a beautiful facility. I've been to several work banquet type dinners here and have enjoyed them all. The staff is welcoming and the food has always been tasty. The views of Lake Ponchartrain are amazing. The floor to ceiling windows, and balcony access make it easy to take a few deep breaths and just chill. Maybe it's just me, but I find water views relaxing. I've been to the club during the day with friends who are members, and there is good stuff going on. The kids can swim in the super clean, outdoor pool. There's a snack bar, an outdoor bar for the grown ups, lots of meeting space, and of course sailing. I've got friends who's children have learned to sail there from very young ages. They seem to instill a love of the sport.

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We were here tonight. I have visited for decades, both as a GYA Club member, and as a guest of other members. SYC is a very GREAT place, and is an INSTITUTION in Gulf Coast sailing. The restaurant & bar are excellent. The new building is a beauty. The members are typical Southerners, so friendly & hospitable. If you are eligible to visit SYC, don't miss this venerable institution, founded in 1842. Rick

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So I'm trying to be tougher on my reviews and not write as many five star reviews. Normally I would review this place as 3 stars based on my experience at a Saturday daytime lunch on the third floor. But I have to say the view is just breathtaking, hence the extra star! Well, one of my best friends is in a sorority and their alumni chapter had a breast cancer fundraiser lunch at this venue on a Saturday morning/afternoon. I had never been before so I was excited to check it out! If you know me well then you know how much I love being near water (heck, I live on bayou St. John! Hehe) so I was really excited excited to see their space. Well, I was not disappointed! There is a horseshoe type parking space which is one way. The Peking closest to the building is reserved for club members, so exclusive! Hehe And the building sits right next to the water. There is also an outdoor pool and picnic tables shielded under the building. You walk into a modern lobby and there are signs letting you know what floor each event is being held. So up to the third floor I go and the room is lovely! There are huge windows that show off the amazing view! In fact, during a break my girlfriends and I meandered to the balcony to take pictures and take in the picturesque vantage point! As for the food it was adequate but nothing really a stood out. You can see in my pictures the standard Cesar salad, catfish almondine and chocolate mousse. Everything was tasty but not remarkable. Service was very efficient and polite so definite plus! I quite enjoyed this event and the views that went along with it! Happy sailing!

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One of the oldest Yacht Clubs in the USA the SYC has a long and distinguished history in the annals of yachting. This is the epicenter of sailing for the NOLA area and the club has some fantastic programs. They have a nice pool area with a smaller kid friendly splash pool. The clubhouse has nice facilities overlooking Lake Pontchartrain and the food is generally good to excellent depending on what you order. This spot is always a hub of activity and it is certainly a popular venue for many events and activities.

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Disappointment, thy name is SYC. Expecting something akin to the preKatrina SYC, I was very saddened by the office-building like ambience. Cold, industrial, not a touch of charm.... oh, and the food was horrible. On top of this truly unpleasant experience, the staff was incredibly rude and insisted upon picking up plates, silverware, and glassware without even asking if anyone was finished. Truly horrible experience. I hope I never have to go back.

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I'm a fan but also a member of this private club. So if I pay to have the ability to go there then why the review?? Because there are a lot of things about this club which make it wonderful and a very unique part of NOLA: 1. There are amazing activities for kids during the summer and at different parts of the year. Need to get sponsored by a member but 100% worth it. 2. Watch a sunset from the bar! Best I have found in the city. 3. New chef is really good. He mixes up the menu on a monthly basis with specials all the time which keeps the place interesting. Find a friend who's a member and make them take you to dinner... you won't regret it.

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Romantic and peaceful place to watch the sunset. I really enjoy coming here. It's such a pretty place... like a mini getaway in the city. Food is yummy too.

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Traveling A Time Warp

Written by Mary Ann Fitzmorris May 16, 2023 21:35 in Dining Diary

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It was a BIG weekend for Tom. The biggest. By coincidence, the Jesuit reunion weekend overlapped Prom Night. These two things have formed the essence of Tom for the remainder of his post-high-school life. I don’t need to understand this. It just is. And because it is, the collision of these two cosmically important events lined up last weekend in a cosmic way.

Prom Night turned up on the second night of the big reunion weekend. The first night was a stag event at a class member’s private home. One of the guys shucked oysters for the group all evening. I think they went through four sacks. This confirmed something I have suspected for a while - Tom had lost his insatiable desire for raw oysters. He will indulge his passion the way we have done it for a few years now - chargrilled and fried.

There was beer and wine and soft drinks and water. Inside on a table was a large pan of jambalaya from the Court of Two Sisters, and a few trays of finger sandwiches from Dorignacs. The jambalaya was the brown version, which to me was good, but it was also the spiciest jambalaya I have ever encountered. It had such a kick I had to eat finger sandwiches to put the fire out. One of the guys in the class is Joe Fein, owner of the Court of Two Sisters, and he very generously lends the restaurant for sit-down dinner reunions and is always ready with food for other events. 

The food was there to declare it a party. What was special was the camaraderie of all these guys returning after so long, to revisit good times. That was charming, and I was especially touched by their care for Tom. It was a lovely evening.

The next day was the couple's party, which followed mass in the little chapel at Jesuit. But for us, these evening events capped a full day of the Prom Night rerun. And because I never really tuned in to these sorts of things, I wasn’t clear about how to execute Prom Night for him. We would certainly attend the reunion events, but I wanted to know the particulars of Prom Night to drive him around first. I asked listeners to The Food Show (airs 2-4pm weekdays on 990AM) what they remember from the 34 years of Prom Night tales to help me piece together the route. I got an email copied right from nomenu.com which detailed the route, generally, with stops.

A quick read the morning of Prom Night revealed that the route begins at The Camellia Grill, the modern-day replacement for Bradley’s Drugstore. In 1967 Tom started the night with a burger, fries, and a Coke at Bradley’s followed by a slice of apple pie a la mode. After the demise of Bradley’s, he went to Camellia Grill.

And that is what we did. I have been to our iconic diner maybe three times in my life, the last visit at least ten years ago.

Not a thing had changed since then, except the owners of the place. It was spotless and well-kept and filled with attentive and fun servers. I liked this scene.

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The menu is large enough but not too large. I saw them put some freshly formed hamburger patties on the flat-top grill. They started sizzling immediately. We had to get one of these old-fashioned burgers. It came with melted American cheese on top, a hunk of fresh iceberg lettuce, a tomato wedge, and pickles, as well as a pile of frozen fries, cooked, of course.  This beige Melamine plate of food was right out of the middle of the last century, and it was a very welcome sight.

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The fresh beef patty glistened from melted fat, the cold and still wet crunch of iceberg lettuce combined with the melted cheese condensed into a bite of a good memory when burgers were just simple goodness like this. The fries beside it were basic and boring fries, but that burger was special.

I saw something called a club sandwich on the menu, but upon closer inspection, it didn’t seem to be a true club sandwich. It was a roast turkey with bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich. This was as close as I would get to a classic club here, so I grabbed it. I asked for Swiss cheese on it but never got it. No matter. It was a terrific sandwich on white toast, piled high enough to necessitate eating around it. The bacon was thick and stiff like I like it. But it was the turkey that was impressive. Clearly roasted in-house turkey breast, this was really very good. They certainly don’t need to take this extra step, so kudos to them for doing it. I loved my pseudo-club. Next time I will add ham and cheese and make it official. I hope they will do it.

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From where I was sitting I could see a pile of hashbrowns from breakfast. These were the kind that inspired mine. Frozen but thinly shredded, they were crisped exactly as they should be. I got that as my side with the sandwich, and savored every bite, even though they were room temp. I don’t care what the greasing agent is, I can’t wait to have some of these hot. They were still spectacular cold.

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Tom had a Coke in a plastic glass, and then it was time for pie. I asked what the pie selection was. There was no apple, but the pecan caught my attention. He also mentioned chocolate, which I incorrectly thought was a chocolate cream pie. It wasn’t. Chocolate simply referred to chips added to the pecan pie, so when the waiter showed up with a slice of pecan pie in each hand, I canceled one. He put a large scoop of vanilla ice cream, the old-fashioned creamy yellowish kind of vanilla, right on top of the other slice.

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The cashier mentioned that the pie is homemade, even naming the maker, but I didn’t catch the name. Tom swooned over this pie. I thought it was a good pie with a flaky crust, a lot of pecans, and the exact right ratio of nuts to filling. But there was a pronounced salt flavor to this I found disconcerting. Not disconcerting enough to be a deal-breaker, but it surprised me. Tom talked about that pie for the rest of the evening.

Vowing to come back in mere days as we left, I began the route for Prom Night, heading up St. Charles to the expressway and on to West End. We followed the lake till the blocked entrance to the Ted Hickey Bridge. A brief U-Turn on Robert E. Lee put us on Hayne Blvd. headed east, which we followed until we had to turn. We headed back west, winding up at Jesuit just in time for the mass.

There was a lot happening at Jesuit that evening. A wedding was in the big chapel, and the 2008 reunion was cranking up in the courtyard. We could smell Dat Dogs grilling beside the Dat Dog truck, and chargrilled oysters alongside the Acme truck. Blue Oak BBQ was pulling up as we were leaving. This would have been our son's class had he not transferred to Georgetown Prep, so this was the perfect food for the younguns. We headed over to the Southern Yacht Club with our kind.

It was so lovely looking out the big picture windows at the late afternoon scene on the lake. There was a private party on the lawn by the lighthouse, and crowds on the patio at Landry’s and Blue Crab.

Inside, the buffet was being set up for the evening. Beautiful finger sandwiches awaited our taking. The bread was almost fluffy, and the meats were properly stuffed. They tasted as good as they looked.

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Turtle soup was there for the taking, and I got Tom a bowl. 

The first chafing dish held a bounty of bliss for me. Mini meat pies are a welcome sight on any buffet, and here was a huge mound of them.. I got a few of these. They were next to small spring rolls which did not fair as well on the buffet. These were a little soft rather than crisp and were served with a sticky Asian sauce. The next two selections were pasta. One a penne with creamy sauce and chicken, and the other a seafood white sauce. Last on the buffet were breaded and fried fish strips with tartar sauce.

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A beautiful bread pudding had its own table as dessert.

All of this was about as good as one would expect, meaning quite fine. The meat pies were fried perfectly, and stuffed with a ground meat mixture that was quite tasty. I wished I had gotten the spring rolls out of the fryer, but they were also good enough. I liked each pasta dish as well, because what could be wrong with creamy pasta studded with chicken and/or shrimp with vegetables like mushrooms?

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Tom has never met fried fish he didn’t like, so he enjoyed the panko-crusted fish strips.

And the bread pudding looked like an excellent version of that local favorite, which Tom happily devoured.

There was plenty to drink and a willing bartender, great 360-degree views, and the same kind of sweet camaraderie from the night before. I see why Tom hasn’t missed one of these reunions in over 50 years.

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Southern Yacht Club

  • SYC is a full service yacht club located directly on Lake Pontchartrain. The restaurant is open daily except on Mondays from 11:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. The bar is open daily except on Mondays (Tuesday – Thursday, and Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m., and from 11:00 a.m. to Midnight on Friday and Saturday).
  • Purchases at SYC  – Southern Yacht Club does not accept cash for purchases of food and beverages. You must obtain a guest card from the Receptionist located on the 2nd floor. For those who are members of Clubs with reciprocal privileges, you may make charges back to your Club. Please be prepared to show your membership card to the Receptionist to obtain a guest card. For all others your guest card charges will be billed to your Visa or MasterCard.
  • Lake Pontchartrain -- The “Lake” is a brackish body of water approximately 24 miles wide, 50 miles long, and with an average depth of 15-20 feet. The racing area is normally 1/2 to 1.5 miles from the clubhouse, depending on the anticipated wind direction.  Winds during March are typically light to moderate, but can get much higher should a late season front come through.
  • Boat storage and Launching -- SYC has ample dry storage facilities plus dock space for those who might choose to wet sail. There are three (3) high-speed cable hoists, but no launching ramp.

DIRECTIONS TO SOUTHERN YACHT CLUB  

SYC is located on shores of Lake Pontchartrain in the West End area of New Orleans, approximately 2 miles north of Interstate-10 (I-10) at 105 North Roadway Drive (504-288-4200).  http://www.southernyachtclub.org/

From the West/Airport:

Follow I-10 EAST towards New Orleans. Bear left at Exit 230 onto I-610 EAST (toward Slidell). Stay in the right-hand land after the I-10/I-610 split and immediately bear right at Exit 1A (WEST END/ CANAL BLVD. EXIT). Take the WEST END ramp immediately to your right. Continue north on WEST END BLVD. for about 1.5 miles until you cross ROBERT E. LEE BLVD. (there will be a large strip shopping center on the far right-hand corner).  After about 100 yards take the first left onto LAKE MARINA DRIVE. Follow LAKE MARINA DRIVE over the levee (where it becomes WEST ROADWAY) and after about 200 yards turn right at WESTENDPARK onto SOUTH ROADWAY. Follow SOUTH ROADWAY along the park and bear left at the end of the park onto NORTH ROADWAY. Keep to the right and follow along the canal. SYC is directly ahead.

From Downtown:

Get onto I-10 WEST. From I-10 WEST, take Exit 231B to WEST END BLVD. Continue north on WEST END BLVD. for about 1.5 miles until you cross ROBERT E. LEE BLVD. (there will be a large strip shopping center on the far right-hand corner). After about 100 yards take the first left onto LAKE MARINA DRIVE. Follow LAKE MARINA DRIVE over the levee (where it becomes WEST ROADWAY) and after about 200 yards turn right at WESTENDPARK onto SOUTH ROADWAY. Follow SOUTH ROADWAY along the park and bear left at the end of the park onto NORTH ROADWAY. Keep to the right and follow along the canal. SYC is directly ahead.

From the East:

Follow I-10 Westbound into the metro area. Approximately 1.5 miles past the high-rise bridge take Exit 238B onto I-610 WEST toward New Orleans International Airport/Baton Rouge. Continue for about 3.4 miles and take Exit 1A to CANAL BLVD. and turn right. Continue north on CANAL BLVD. for about 1.7 miles to ROBERT E LEE BLVD. (third stoplight after exiting from I-610) and turn left. Keep in the right-hand lane. After 0.4 miles (there will be a large strip shopping center on the right) take a right at the next stoplight onto LAKESHORE DRIVE. Take the first left (about 100 yards after turning onto  LAKESHORE DRIVE) onto LAKE MARINA DRIVE. Follow LAKE MARINA DRIVE over the levee (where it becomes WEST ROADWAY) and after about 200 yards turn right at WESTENDPARK onto SOUTH ROADWAY. Follow SOUTH ROADWAY along the park and bear left at the end of the park onto NORTH ROADWAY. Keep to the right and follow along the canal. SYC is directly ahead.

 … OR , just set your GPS to “ go to ”  N30°01.612΄ W90°06.855´ !!!

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SYC  --  The Second Oldest Yacht Club : The records of the Southern Yacht Club trace its history back to the club's founding in the GulfCoast resort town of Pass Christian, Mississippi in the year 1849. Only the venerable New York Yacht Club can document an earlier founding date. As such, SYC is proud to bear the mantle of second oldest yacht club in the United States.

Hurricane Katrina  made landfall just east of New Orleans on August 29, 2005 causing widespread destruction throughout the region. Heavily damaged by wind and flood waters, the clubhouse was ultimately destroyed by a massive fire which burned, unchecked, in the hours following the storm. Sadly, many historic trophies and other priceless artifacts were lost in the fire.

Under the leadership of Commodores Ewell "Corky" Potts and Hjalmar Breit and General Manager Tim Fitzpatrick, the club's organization was kept remarkably intact through the ordeal of Katrina's aftermath.  By the end of 2005, an interim facility had been erected to meet the needs of the overwhelmingly supportive membership. SYC's brand new fourth clubhouse was dedicated in the fall of 2009.

A Sailing Tradition : Over the years, SYC sailors have won four Olympic medals and numerous national and international championships. Through more than one hundred and fifty years of prosperity, depressions, wars, yellow fever epidemics, floods and hurricanes, the Southern Yacht Club has always maintained a tradition of keen competition, sportsmanship, and enormous hospitality.

New Orleans  --  history & heritage ,  restaurants & cuisine ,  music ,  museums , theaters, plantations, zoos, aquarium, insectarium, antiques, cool art, vintage clothing, one of a kind jewelry,  nightlife, casinos , streetcars, swamp tours,  architecture ,  French Quarter, warehouse district, the Marigny, etc.  -- from the elegant hotels and restaurants to the fantastic music clubs, shopping and more…all are found here.  And, if you want to experience a New Orleans style parade there will be some on the 10th and 11th celebrating our Irish and Italian heritage.

New Orleans is world-famous for its food. The indigenous cuisine is distinctive and influential. From centuries of amalgamation of the local Creole, haute Creole, and New Orleans French cuisines, New Orleans food has developed. Local ingredients, French, Spanish, Italian, African, Native American, Cajun, Chinese, and a hint of Cuban traditions combine to produce a truly unique and easily recognizable Louisiana flavor. New Orleans is known for specialties like beignets (locally pronounced like "ben-yays"), square-shaped fried pastries that could be called "French doughnuts" (served with  café au lait  made with a blend of coffee and chicory rather than only coffee); and Po' boy and Italian Muffuletta sandwiches; Gulf oysters on the half-shell, fried oysters, boiled crawfish, and other seafood; étouffée, jambalaya, gumbo, and other Creole dishes; and the Monday favorite of red beans and rice. (Louis Armstrong often signed his letters, "Red beans and ricely yours".) Another New Orleans specialty is the praline, a candy made with brown sugar, granulated sugar, cream, butter, and pecans. There are too numerous good restaurants offering local flavor to list.  Several are not far from Southern Yacht Club, and include SYC's own restaurant. So weather it Cajun or Creole, shrimp, oysters, crabs or gumbo -- you name it, you can find it in New Orleans!

You will want to consider the following attractions and activities that will help make your visit more memorable:

Antiques,  SAILING , Aquarium,  SAILING , Architecture,  SAILING , Art,  SAILING , Bayous,  SAILING , Beignets,  SAILING , Bourbon Street,  SAILING , Cajuns,  SAILING , Casinos,  SAILING , Culture,  SAILING , Cuisine,  SAILING , Festivals,  SAILING , French Quarter,  SAILING , Gardens,  SAILING , Gumbo,  SAILING , Heritage,  SAILING , History,  SAILING , Hunting,  SAILING , Insectarium,  SAILING , Jackson Square,  SAILING , Jazz,  SAILING , Mansions,  SAILING , Mississippi River,  SAILING , Museums,  SAILING , Music,  SAILING , National WWII Museum,  SAILING , Nightclubs,  SAILING , Nightlife,  SAILING , Oysters,  SAILING , Parades,  SAILING , Parks,  SAILING , Antebellum Plantations,  SAILING , Po-Boys,  SAILING , Professional Sports,  SAILING , Restaurants,  SAILING , Riverboats,  SAILING , Rock n’ Bowl,  SAILING , Seafood,  SAILING , Shopping,  SAILING , Sport Fishing,  SAILING , Streetcars,  SAILING , Superdome,  SAILING , Swamp Tours,  SAILING , Theaters,  SAILING , Voodoo,  SAILING , Zoo,  SAILING , and …   SAILING !

So come on down to the Crescent City, aka The Big Easy, and enjoy the competition and our region!!!

http://www.neworleansonline.com/neworleans/attractions/fiftyfreethings.html

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The clubhouse does not have housing facilities, or the capacity for RV hookups. There is unfortunately no camping permitted on SYC grounds or available nearby. New Orleans, affectionately called "The Big Easy", is a premier tourism destination with broad appeal, regardless of budget. The list below is generally limited to lodging nearest the club and, by and large, on the path from the airport.  However, New Orleans is a compact city and The French Quarter and other attractions are only minutes away by car. Most of the accommodations listed below are 4-6 miles (10 to 20 minutes depending on traffic conditions and roadwork) from SYC and are located in the vicinity of Interstate 10 and Veterans Memorial Boulevard where these roadways cross Causeway Boulevard. This is not an all-inclusive list. There are also “back ways” from most of these to SYC that “locals” can explain.  None of the numerous “downtown”, “French Quarter” or “Warehouse District” accommodations are listed.  These are generally  more  expensive than those listed below, and are 20-25 minutes from SYC. There are also less expensive accommodations on Veterans past Causeway Boulevard, just a bit further away.

The below are within a 10 to 20 minute drive of SYC – there are others further out along the Veterans Boulevard corridor:

Hampton Inn-Metairie

2730 N. Causeway Blvd.

800-997-5148

Marriot Metairie at Lakeway

3838 North Causeway Blvd.

888-305-3366

From $162  

Residence Inn New Orleans/Metairie

3 Gallaria Blvd.

Courtyard New Orleans/Metairie

2 Galleria Blvd.

888-690-5281

Country Inn and Suites Metairie

2713 North Causeway Blvd.

800-230-4134

Ramada Metairie

3400 S. I-10 Service Road

800-881-1523

La Quinta Inn New Orleans Causeway

3100 S. I-10 Service Road E

800-997-5149

From $163  

Best Western Landmark Hotel

2601 Severn Ave.

888-690-5247

Homewood Suites by Hilton

2730 Severn Ave.

Holiday Inn Metairie

2261 North Causeway Blvd.

Sheraton Metairie

4 Galleria Blvd.

Sleep Inn & Suites

4601 North I-10 Service Road

Extended Stay America

3300 S.I-10 Service Road

888-283-3404

Oakview B&B

1172 City Park Avenue

504-495-7405

1896 O'Malley House B&B

120 South Pierce St.

504-488-5896

Canal Street Inn

3620 Canal Street

877-483-3033

Bayou St. John B&B

1318 Moss St.

504-482-6677

Rose Manor B&B 

7214 Pontchartrain Blvd.

504-282-8200

*Within walking distance of SYC.There are other B&B’s in the French Quarter and “Uptown” that can be found using an Internet search engine.RV park closest to SYC – about 20 minutes from SYC

Pontchartrain Landing RV Park *

6001 France Road

504-286-8157

They also have villas, a few camper trailers, and other accommodations for rent – go to  www.pontchartrainlanding.com

RV park near French Quarter – also about 15-20 minutes from SYC

French Quarter RV Resort

500 N Claiborne Ave.

504-586-3000

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Welcome aboard to the Southern Yacht Club, the premier marina in New Orleans, Louisiana! Nestled on the picturesque shores of Lake Pontchartrain, our club offers a unique blend of luxury, adventure, and Southern hospitality. Whether you are a seasoned sailor or a novice looking to embark on a new hobby, we have something for everyone.

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Southern Yacht Club: Where Luxury Meets Adventure

Welcome to southern yacht club.

Established in 1849, Southern Yacht Club is one of the oldest yacht clubs in the United States. With our rich history and commitment to excellence, we have become a beloved institution in the New Orleans community. Our members enjoy exclusive access to top-notch facilities, world-class events, and a vibrant social scene.

Unparalleled Facilities

At Southern Yacht Club, we take pride in our state-of-the-art facilities that cater to all your boating needs. Our marina boasts over 200 slips, accommodating vessels of various sizes. Whether you own a sleek motor yacht or a classic sailboat, we have the perfect spot for you.

Our well-maintained docks are equipped with modern amenities, including water and electrical hookups, ensuring a comfortable and convenient stay. We also offer a full-service boatyard with skilled technicians who can assist with repairs, maintenance, and upgrades. With our comprehensive range of services, you can focus on enjoying your time on the water while we take care of the rest.

Sailing Adventures Await

For those seeking thrilling adventures on the open water, Southern Yacht Club is the ultimate destination. Our members have access to a wide range of sailing activities, including regattas, races, and cruising events. Whether you prefer the adrenaline rush of competitive racing or the tranquility of a leisurely cruise, our club has it all.

Join our experienced sailors as they navigate the challenging waters of Lake Pontchartrain, showcasing their skills and passion for the sport. If you're new to sailing, don't worry! We offer sailing lessons for all ages and skill levels, ensuring that everyone can experience the joy of gliding across the waves.

Socialize and Connect

Southern Yacht Club is not just a place to dock your boat; it's a vibrant community where friendships are forged and memories are made. Our club hosts a variety of social events throughout the year, providing the perfect opportunity to connect with fellow boating enthusiasts.

From themed parties and live music nights to educational seminars and wine tastings, there is always something exciting happening at Southern Yacht Club. Our members enjoy a sense of camaraderie and belonging that extends beyond the marina, creating lifelong friendships and unforgettable experiences.

Indulge in Culinary Delights

When it comes to dining, Southern Yacht Club leaves no stone unturned. Our on-site restaurant, The Commodore's Table, offers a delectable menu featuring fresh seafood, succulent steaks, and mouthwatering desserts. With panoramic views of the marina, it's the perfect spot to unwind after a day on the water.

Our talented chefs take pride in using locally sourced ingredients to create dishes that showcase the flavors of Louisiana. Whether you're craving a classic shrimp po'boy or a gourmet seafood platter, our culinary team will exceed your expectations. Pair your meal with a handcrafted cocktail or a fine wine from our extensive list, and let your taste buds embark on a journey of pure delight.

Family-Friendly Fun

At Southern Yacht Club, we believe that boating is a passion that can be shared with the whole family. We offer a range of activities and amenities to ensure that everyone, from the youngest to the oldest, can enjoy their time at the marina.

Our Junior Sailing Program provides a safe and fun environment for children to learn the ropes of sailing. Under the guidance of experienced instructors, young sailors can develop their skills and build confidence on the water. We also organize family-friendly events, such as picnics, movie nights, and fishing tournaments, creating cherished memories for all.

Explore the Surrounding Beauty

While Southern Yacht Club offers a world of excitement within its grounds, the beauty of New Orleans extends far beyond the marina. Take the opportunity to explore the vibrant city and its rich cultural heritage.

Immerse yourself in the lively music scene of the French Quarter, indulge in the mouthwatering cuisine that put New Orleans on the culinary map, or stroll through the historic neighborhoods that exude Southern charm. From jazz festivals to Mardi Gras parades, there is always something happening in the Big Easy.

Membership Benefits

Becoming a member of Southern Yacht Club comes with a plethora of benefits that enhance your boating lifestyle. In addition to access to our world-class facilities and exclusive events, members enjoy reciprocal privileges at yacht clubs around the world. Whether you're planning a coastal adventure or dreaming of sailing in distant waters, our network of partner clubs ensures that you'll always have a warm welcome wherever you go.

Membership at Southern Yacht Club also provides access to educational programs, seminars, and workshops that allow you to expand your boating knowledge and skills. From navigation techniques to boat maintenance tips, our experts are here to help you become the best sailor you can be.

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Are you ready to embark on a boating journey like no other? Join the Southern Yacht Club family and experience the perfect blend of luxury, adventure, and camaraderie. Whether you're a seasoned sailor or a beginner looking to dip your toes in the water, our marina in New Orleans is the place to be.

Visit our website or give us a call to learn more about membership options and how you can become a part of our storied history. We can't wait to welcome you aboard!

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Southern Yacht Club is located in the West End area of New Orleans, on the shores of Lake Pontchartrain. Established in 1849, it is the second oldest yacht club in the United States.

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SYC originally met in the Pass Christian Hotel

New Orleans in the antebellum era was a thriving port city, banking center and cultural leader. However, during the summer months, many New Orleanians would retreat to the Gulf Coast to flee the city’s heat, humidity and outbreaks of yellow fever. Summer homes, hotels and boarding houses dotted the coast along the Mississippi Sound to Mobile Bay. The first recorded regattas in this region were held as early as the 1830s in the coastal ports of Biloxi and Mobile.

A favorite destination among New Orleanians was the Pass Christian Hotel. There, SYC’s organizational meeting was held on July 21, 1849 and the hotel became its headquarters for several years. James W. Behan was elected as the club’s first president (the title “commodore” was not used until 1854) and eighteen yachts answered the starting gun for the club’s inaugural regatta that summer.

Activities continued at “The Pass” until 1857 when the club relocated to New Orleans and held its regattas on Lake Pontchartrain. Meetings were held at various locations in the city.

The Race to the Coast

The year after its founding, on July 4th, 1850, SYC held the first of what was to become an annual race from New Orleans to Pass Christian. The racecourse winds its way across Lake Pontchartrain, through The Rigolets to Lake Borgne and then into the Mississippi Sound. This annual Race to the Coast continues today and is among the oldest regattas still regularly contested in the United States.

A Clubhouse, at last

The seventeen years of Civil War and Reconstruction greatly curtailed boating activities until 1878 when the club was reorganized and its first postwar regatta held. The following year, a handsome clubhouse was built over the water on the shoreline of Lake Pontchartrain. It became the scene of many elaborate social events as well as sailing competitions. In 1899 a new and larger clubhouse was erected under the leadership of Commodore Albert Baldwin. Regattas continued annually on the lake with the fleet competing each summer in interclub races on the Gulf Coast.

The Fish Class sloop, designed by SYC member Rathbone DeBuys, had its debut in 1919 and quickly became the most popular one design class in the Gulf South. Other early classes of yachts introduced were the Massachusetts Bay 21 Footer, Star and Sound Interclub.

The 1899 clubhouse was extensively enlarged and renovated in the 1920s. The grand ballroom addition hosted many gala events which featured many of the emerging jazz pioneers of the day. The grand structure saw heavy use by the US Navy and Coast Guard during World War II and, in 1949, it was replaced by a modest, concrete and steel structure. This building was expanded in the 1960s and ’80s, and another major expansion was set to begin in 2005.

The Gulf Yachting Association

In 1919, America’s Cup celebrity and sailing benefactor, Sir Thomas Lipton (who lived in New Orleans as a young man), donated an elaborate trophy to SYC for an Interclub Challenge amongst Gulf Coast yacht clubs. This effort helped spark the reorganization of the Gulf Yachting Association. Originally conceived in 1901 by members of SYC and several other Gulf Coast clubs, the GYA brought together yachtsmen from Houston to St. Petersburg and as far inland as Arkansas to encourage the sport of yacht racing.

The popular Fish Class became the standard-issue yacht of each GYA club for the annual Lipton Cup Challenge, which remains keenly contested to this day. The GYA’s year-long interclub series is named for SYC Commodore Auguste Capdevielle, who passed away in office in 1940.  In 1968, the Flying Scot replaced the aging Fish Class as the GYA interclub yacht.  Today, the GYA has over thirty member clubs.

The Olympic Games

The 1932 Olympic Games saw SYC Star Class skipper Gilbert Gray and crew, Andrew Libano, win a Gold Medal.  It was U.S.A.’s first-ever Olympic medal in sailing.  SYC sailors continued to be regular participants in the Olympic Trials, but none would reach the games until G.S. “Buddy” Friedrichs, Jr., with crew, Barton Jahncke and Click Schreck, won the Gold Medal in the Dragon Class in 1968.

SYC’s next Olympian was Flying Dutchman sailor, Steve Burdow, crewing for Paul Foerster in the 1992 Games.  The pair won the Silver Medal that year.

From 1996 to 2008, SYC was represented in four straight Olympic Games.  Skipper Johnny Lovell and crew, Charlie Ogletree, dominated the Tornado Class during this period, winning multiple national and international class championships.  Their greatest success came in 2004, when they won the Silver Medal.  In 2008, SYC would be represented in two Olympic classes in Tsingtao, China.

Luxury yacht builder John Dane, III had made several runs at the Olympics during his lifelong sailing career, but it was not until 2008, at the age of 58, that he finally achieved his goal.  Sailing in the uber-competitive Star Class, with his son-in-law as crew, John peaked at just the right time to win the Olympic Trials and represent U.S.A. in the 2008 games.  Unfortunately for both Dane and Lovell, the conditions were not as expected and their careful light-air preparation became a liability.  Neither team won a medal.

The Olympic Sailing Association at New Orleans

A Founding Member of the NSHOF, the Olympic Sailing Association was founded by SYC members to encourage development of future Olympians. This successful non-profit organization maintains a strong presence throughout the Gulf Coast region.

Hurricane Katrina

Hurricane Katrina made landfall just east of New Orleans on August 29, 2005 causing widespread destruction throughout the region. Though only modestly damaged by wind and flood waters, the clubhouse was ultimately destroyed by a massive fire which burned, unchecked, in the hours following the storm. Sadly, many historic trophies and other priceless artifacts were lost in the fire.

New SYC Clubhouse

After two years of construction and countless hours of work by Commodore Jim Wade and the Governing Committee, the new clubhouse was opened in 2009.  Once again, SYC had a permanent home and, like the previous clubhouses, it is the crown jewel of the New Orleans Lakefront.

Over the years, SYC sailors have won four Olympic medals and numerous national and international championships. Through more than one hundred and fifty years of prosperity, depressions, wars, yellow fever epidemics, floods and hurricanes, the Southern Yacht Club has always maintained a tradition of keen competition, sportsmanship and eponymous hospitality.

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Come to the club on Tuesday, July 1 at 1900 to celebrate the team's victory.

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PENSACOLA, FL (June 29, 2014) - Regardless of what happens in Sunday's final race, SYC has secured it's seventh straight Challenge Cup victory. Besides the team sealing the deal with one race to go, two of the team's boats, ROUGAROU and BRUJA, have secured first place in their respective classes. The team will meet back at SYC to re-hang the banner in the bar.  The SYC team consists of Andy Lovell skippering ROUGAROU (Melges 32, Burt Benrud/A. Lovell), Vice-Commo. Scott Sonnier on REVOLUTION (Melges 24), Norman Vallette, Jr. on DEMITASSE (J/27, B. Benrud) and Cardwell Potts, skippering SYC's own BRUJA (Soverel 26).  .

Pensacola Fleet to give chutes a workout

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GULPORT, MS - The Gulfport to Pensacola fleet awoke to an unusual forecast this morning: a light northerly at the start, clocking to the west and building throught the night.  After several years of upwind conditions, this edition may see spinnakers the whole way!  The Pensacola Yacht Club will be open all night and, indeed, thirsty sailors may be arriving in the wee hours!

SYC to host Junior Liptons

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Division A rules Race to the Coast

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GULFPORT, MS - Light winds early and a building breeze in the Mississippi Sound favored the faster-rated boats in the 2014 edition of the Race to the Coast.  The fleet was lucky through the bridges, as not one boat reported Bridge Time for the event.  Almost all of the fleet finished between 730p and 830p.  Read more for awards.

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Junior Lipton Elims Results
The 2014 SYC Junior Lipton Team was determined over the weekend with a double round robin series, no throw outs and the skippers rotating while the crews remained with their respective boats. Winning the series and earning the title of Team Captain was Dustin Brennan. Rounding out the team was Jonathan Pottharst and Pierce de Boisblanc with Davis Friend as alternative skipper. Kevin McKee and Michael Haupt also competed and had some great races.The crews were composed of Patrick Adams, Max Bell, Langston Goldenberg, Miller Goldenberg, Connor Housey, John Kemmerly, Kale Killeen, Amelie Lagarde, Nick Lovell, Harrison Mensezer, Phineas Thompson and finally Dwight LeBlanc IV, who greatly assisted by crewing.
Defender Cup - Memorial Day 2014

The annual Defender Challenge is hosted by SYC to honor - and entertain! - our local military sailors and their families.

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Juby Wynne OD Regatta 2014
Commo. Juby Wynne Memorial One-Design Regatta - May 24-25, 2014

SYC hosts new Junior Team Racing event

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Southern Yacht Club and Allstate Sugar Bowl cordially invite your Optimist Team to attend the Inaugural Southern Yacht Club Junior Team Race Championship Regatta, May 16-18, 2014. We look forward to having you in New Orleans for two days of Optimist Team Racing.

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Old Timers' Regatta

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SYC hosts GYA Opening Regatta

SYC Commo. Ewell C. "Corky" Potts, III will be presented as GYA Commodore.

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2014 SYC Wednesday Night Series Starts April 16

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2014 PH Spring Series

Boats entered in Opening Regatta are entered in this series.

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165th Opening Day and Regatta - April 12-13, 2014

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Photo: The SYC officers aboard Guy & Dale Williams' CITY OF NEW ORLEANS, a vintage Broward 52.

HS Sailors to host Friday racing mixer

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2014 SEISA Mallory and Baker Quals

WEST END - 8 High School teams sailed 16 races in windy, overcast conditions. Clear Falls High School of Houston, TX advances to the National HS Doublehanded Championship in San Diego, CA.   |   |  

WEST END - Six high school teams from Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi sailed one complete team race rotation today in Club 420s. Jesuit High School advanced to the National HS Team Racing Championship in Seabrook, Texas with a perfect 5 win, 0 loss record. Congratulations to the SYC based Blue Jay team, led by Jonathan Pottharst, Devin Keister, Connor Housey, Max Bell, Michael Haupt, Nick David, and John Kemmererly.  - Photo of Jesuit Team Click on More..

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2014 Leukemia Cup Regatta, March 22, 23

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Flying Scot Midwinters

Fleet 96 and Southern Yacht Club in New Orleans, Louisiana welcome you and invite you to participate in the 2014 FSSA Midwinter Championship Regatta. 

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SYC hosts J/22 Midwinters

Wells Fargo Advisors J/22 Midwinter Championship - February 13-16, 2014

Southern Yacht Club and the J/22 class are proud to announce the following sponsors for the 2014 Midwinters:

Title sponsor: Wells Fargo Advisors LLC Supporting sponsors: New Orleans Audi and Freight Management Logistics Featured sponsors: North Sails, Quantum Sails, Ullman Sails .

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