Welcome to

Monomoy Yacht Club


A Boating Community of Friends

News & Upcoming Events

August -September

On the Water Activities Going Strong
 Kayaking, Sailing

See Raft-UpKayakingSailing pages;  check your emails for details

 MYC Annual Meeting &
Election of Officers


At the Clubhouse (limited) & via Zoom

Saturday, Sept 3th, 10 AM 

Summer Beach Party!




 Save the Date.   Details here. 

MYC Re-opening  Status Update


Fully Open, with Limits

Click on image for details

Annual Harbor Update

 What's New in Your Local Waters

 2022 Recording Available  (click image)

+ Recording & Slides on Harbor Update page

Atwood Museum

The Clubs of Chatham

Special Exhibit

Featuring:  Monomoy Yacht Club

Opening May 6, 2022          More Details here 


   Cinco de Mayo Party :    Photos in Member Area Photo Gallery

2021 Coastline Photos

  Six Recent Spencer Kennard

Photos of

Chatham's Coastal Waters

(click to view)


Monomoy Yacht Club is located in Chatham, MA, on the elbow  of Cape Cod, with the Atlantic Ocean to the East and Nantucket Sound to the South. 

The mission of Monomoy Yacht Club is to

encourage and sponsor boating activities and events

• promote the science of seamanship and navigation

• conduct year-round programs and social activities

• build and develop camaraderie among members

• provide and maintain a suitable Club House and facilities for the recreation and use of its members


Membership is drawn primarily from the towns of Chatham and Harwich, both of which have shorelines on both the ocean and the Sound.


The Yacht Club has two fleets - the East Fleet based in waters that open to the Atlantic, and the South Fleet on Nantucket Sound's harbors and inlets.


On-the-water recreation  include activities for power boats and  sailboats, and kayaking. 

Members can participate in both fleets' activities - one day as captain of one's own boat in home waters, and another day as crew or guest in the other fleet's waters.


The social calendar includes events at the Club House, beach parties, and luncheons and dinners at local venues or on chartered vessels.


The Club sponsors boating information and training seminars for members,  and an annual Harbor Update that is open to the public.


Volunteering is an important element in the Club's sense of community, as all activities are all-volunteer.