Visiting sailors/sailboats are more than welcome at Corinthian Yacht Club of Cape May. Our dock facilities include seasonal water, along with hot showers. We offer dockside berthing for $1.50/foot per night. CYCCM does not have moorings for rent. Docks are in the water from mid-May to mid-October. Water at the dock is approximately 5 feet at MLW. Tidal ranges vary throughout the year. Please check tide charts for tide range when visiting.
CYCCM offers reciprocity with recognized yacht clubs in the United States and around the world. Visiting sailors are welcome to use our dining facilities - please identify yourself to our Club Assistant Manager, Kristin Gleason, firstname.lastname@example.org, who will sign you in our Guest Register, or contact our Rear Commodore, email@example.com.
Approach to the CYCCM dock is outlined in the diagram below. Follow the blue approach line for safe access to the dock. The diagram below outlines the approach; please use nautical charts for guidance to safe waters in the harbor.
For further information regarding dockage at CYCCM please email our Sailing Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. We do not actively monitor 16 unless we have a sailing event. Dock attendants are not available. If we cannot be contacted, please tie up on the face of the T-dock and someone will come to see you shortly.
Bicycles can be rented in town, approximately two miles away. The local laundromat is approximately one mile away. Groceries can be purchased at the local store two miles from the Club. From late spring to late fall Cape May is an exciting town to visit. We have excellent restaurants, tourist attractions, and beaches along with a relaxing beach town atmosphere that makes this such a great place to be. Please visit the Cape May Chamber of Commerce website http://www.capemaychamber.com/ for information on things to do in Cape May.
Please note that during the summer season racing boats have dock preference on the weekends as we have weekly offshore racing events on Saturdays. Between 15 June and 15September if staying on the docks you must go on your anchor at 1000 Hrs Saturday morning until the fleet has departed the docks. Then at 1430 you must go on your anchor while the fleet returns and clears the dock area. This usually take 60 to 90 minutes.If no racing is taking place you may remain on the docks.
We look forward to having you with us!