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710 Steamboat Road Greenwich, CT 06830-7188

(203) 869-2484

Website: www.indianharboryc.com

Originally founded in 1889 and incorporated in Connecticut in 1901, the Indian Harbor Yacht Club is among the oldest yacht clubs in the country, and has a long and rich sailing tradition. With its breathtaking views of Long Island Sound and Greenwich, CT location, convenient to Newport and New York, the Club is a popular yachting facility with an active adult and junior sailing program. The junior program is open to club members and town youth alike. The Club hosts several events throughout the sailing season, and boasts active fleets in the Ideal 18, Viper and Shields classes, as well as a blue water fleet that continues to distinguish itself throughout the North and South Atlantic Oceans.

INDIAN HARBOR YACHT CLUB BECOMES NSHOF FOUNDING MEMBER

From the commodore:.

"Indian Harbor Yacht Club is very proud and excited to become a Founding Member of the National Sailing Hall of Fame. The enthusiastic response of our membership speaks to this effort whose time has come. We are wholeheartedly in support of the NSHOF mission to preserve the spirit and tradition of sailing through the education of our youth - those who cradle the future of our sport in their hands."

Commodore Susan H. Fisher Indian Harbor Yacht Club

Celebrating 125 Years

"The purpose or object of Indian Harbor Yacht Club is to encourage and foster the sport of yachting, the art of yacht design and construction, the science of seamanship and navigation, and to provide for the amusement and recreation of its members."

Indian Harbor Yacht Club was founded in 1889 by dedicated sailors intent on being part of the thriving sailing community on Long Island Sound. The club's mission was 'to encourage and foster the sport of yachting, the art of yacht design and construction and the science of seamanship and navigation'. That mission holds true today as our members continue to excel on the race course, embrace the pleasures of cruising and enjoy the camaraderie of fellow members.

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The current clubhouse was designed in 1919 by noted American architect Henry Pelton and completed by the Charles Wills Construction Company in 1920 to replace the original shingle-style building which was lost in a fire. Both men were club members and while Pelton is best known for designing the Riverside Cathedral in New York, Commodore Wills' firm built buildings such as the University Club and the New York Stock Exchange. This same clubhouse, with sweeping views of Captain's Harbor, is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

For 125 years, IHYC members have excelled in sailing at all levels, including fleet racing, one-design racing and ocean racing. IHYC members have won the Transatlantic Race, the Fastnet Race and the Southern Ocean Racing Circuit. They have entered over 300 boats in the Newport to Bermuda Race since its inception and they have been overall winners four times. They have also won the American Power Boat Championships four times. In addition, the IHYC Junior Sailing Program, founded by Commodores Robert Law and Clifford Mallory in 1924, continues to encourage young mariners to develop skills that will encourage a life-long appreciation of the water.

As Indian Harbor Yacht Club continues a second century of sailing, we are proud to be a founding member of the National Sailing Hall of Fame. We also look forward to continuing to excel in its mission and to contribute to the future success of local and international sailing and seamanship.

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The Indian Harbor Yacht Club is rich in sailing tradition. The Club, with its breath taking views of Long Island Sound and its convenient location to Newport and New York, is widely recognized as a premier yachting facility on the East Coast. It operates a mooring facility in the harbor, an active adult and junior sailing program, and a full service restaurant and bar. The current club facility was built in 1920 having been rebuilt following a devastating fire to the original facility in 1919. The Indian Harbor Yacht Club was founded in 1889 and incorporated in Connecticut In 1901.

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Since 1889, The Indian Harbor Yacht Club has served as a unique space for members and guests alike. Our gorgeous clubhouse is the only club in Greenwich listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The club enjoys a wonderful reputation for hosting amazing and memorable weddings, anniversaries, birthdays and other social events. Our historic clubhouse, fantastic water views, delicious food, and caring and attentive staff contribute to make your event everything you want it to be. Plus, the club regularly hosts meetings, lunches, dinners and cocktail parties for companies, charities, alumni associations and others looking for the perfect venue for their event. Work with our experienced culinary team to create a unique menu and bring your vision to life. Your next event is sure to be a success! …

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This place feels like it could be a set for Succession. We had almost every appetizer- crab cakes, coconut shrimp, shrimp cocktail, and escargot. Everything was amazing. For my entre I had the market fish, which was a mahi mahi which was delicious. I had a number of hazy ipas, each one was delicious and I left the restaurant drunk.

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Gorgeous venue and location by the water, exquisite service, lovely views of the water outside, food that is a true work of art, and best of all, divine taste in every ingredient!! Fantastic diverse menu that is often changed for variety - with many sorts of seafood and different types of meats. The dessert is astounding. I love coming and tasting different dishes from the menu, as well as desserts. Everything is cooked to perfection, not a minute longer or shorter. It is the fine attention to detail, and the submergence in flavor of every single fresh item and ingredient that makes this place stand out like no other. The staff is so kind and courteous, and the place is decorated beautifully with its iconic maritime theme. In CT, this is my absolute FAVORITE place to dine in, and it has the best food in CT that I have tasted. Simple perfection. I am a top fan here, I hope life will bless me by continuing to bring me here.

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Yacht and Boat Clubs of Greenwich

By Local History Librarian March 17, 2017

Originally written by Carl White.

A friend recently asked me which was the oldest yacht and boat club in Greenwich. I said I thought it was the Indian Harbor Yacht Club on Steamboat Road. After all, this was the site where ferry boats from New York City and Long Island moored. Local agricultural products (apples, potatoes, etc) were once shipped from this location. Once people from New York City began to vacation in “the country”, they began sailing on Long Island Sound.  So this was the most logical place for a yacht and boat club to pop up. My first thought was to grab Karen Jewell’s book “ A History of the Greenwich Waterfront ” (2011). She’d used the Local History vertical files and reference collection for her research.  I then checked the history section of the websites for the individual clubs. Finally, I reviewed several Oral History Project Redbooks and transcripts for more information.

The Riverside Yacht Club

Well, I was close!  It just so happens that the Riverside Yacht Club was formed on May 25, 1888. Mr. George I Tyson, a successful businessman, and yachtsman donated an acre of land along the Riverside shoreline. He wanted to organize a unique group of his friends for the purpose of sailing. Tyson even paid to have a new clubhouse built. Karen Jewell states that this was the second club to be founded in Connecticut and the eighth on Long Island Sound, despite the rise and fall of many startups.

The Victorian-style clubhouse was built in 1889. Part of it was built on pilings near a seawall. It contained a kitchen, ballroom, reading rooms, card rooms, bedrooms, locker rooms, and an expansive wrap-around porch. There was even a news article in The New York Herald about the new clubhouse! The club became so popular that it wasn’t long before the members were clamoring for more space. A new “spar loft” was added in 1893. Commodore Tyson once again funded the new addition. It included a billiard room, shuffleboard area, bowling area, staff housing, and horse sheds. The club was able to hold Midsummer Balls and Saturday Evening Hops. The 180-member club owned 10 steam-powered yachts and 52 sailboats. Eventually, the club began participating in regattas, and a Junior Sailing Program was initiated.

The club managed to flourish, despite several setbacks. On September 21, 1938, the “Great New England Hurricane” flooded the main and junior clubhouses. Amazingly, no boats were damaged. The clubhouse was back in service the next day due to a superhuman effort by staff and club members. The War Years (World War I & II) proved financially challenging for the Riverside Yacht Club. As the nation was redirecting material and financial resources toward the war, the club faced financial hardship, which it was able to overcome. As the war was winding down, another hurricane hit Greenwich from September 14 to 15, 1944. Although the clubhouse escaped damage, this time the vessels were damaged.

Indian Harbor Yacht Club

Surprisingly, the Indian Harbor Yacht Club was founded in New York City in July 1889, and incorporated in New York State on April 11, 1892.  Elbert A. Silleck and Richard Outwater were the only Greenwich members. The first clubhouse was set up on Finch’s (Tweed’s) Island. Members would travel from New York City to Greenwich. The clubhouse stayed there from 1892 to 1895. When E.C. Benedict bought the land in  1895, the club tried to get Benedict to agree to rent Finch’s Island as a “Club Station.” When Benedict didn’t respond, IHYC started a search for a new site.

Initially, a Rocky Point Neck site was selected, but the deal fell through. After other considerations, a permanent home was built in 1897 on Steamboat Road. It was renovated in 1898 to include a new grill room with an adjoining café, formal dining room, storage rooms, additional storage rooms, a larger piazza, and a 278-foot jetty.

On October 3, 1919, the clubhouse was completely destroyed by a fire. The damage was estimated to be100-thousand dollars. The building was only insured for 30 thousand dollars. Fortunately, the Club was able to raise enough money to build a new clubhouse, which opened on Memorial Day 1921. Today, it remains a (navigational) landmark adjacent to Greenwich Harbor.

The Belle Haven Yacht Club

Around the same time as the Indian Harbor Yacht Club was established, the Belle Haven Land Company established “The Greenwich Casino Association.” It was hoped that this would help attract people to buy property on the peninsula. The term casino may be misleading since it was initially used to refer to a place for social interaction (i.e. meetings, entertainment, dancing but not gambling.) A clubhouse was opened on July 4, 1892. Activities included boating, swimming, tennis, horse shows, live music, and theater. In 1926, the name of the organization was changed to The Beach Club. It was only open for part of the year. Club boating didn’t become popular until 1953 when a member introduced a new fiberglass sloop. This seemed to pique interest, and more people joined the club. By 1961, the name was changed to The Belle Haven Yacht Club.

The Byram Shore Boat Club

The Byram Shore Boat Club was founded in 1938. It was formed for people who enjoyed yachting, sailing, fishing, and boating, as well as education in seamanship and navigation. The clubhouse was built in 1935 and 67 marina berths were added in 1970. Club events included a Seafood Bakeoff, St Patrick’s Day Party, movie nights, Rock the Docks concert, and New England Clambakes. There were approximately 270 members.

Greenwich Boat and Yacht Club

The Greenwich Boat and Yacht Club (GBYC) was established on Grass Island in 1938. Several businessmen formed it so that residents could enjoy boating. They also worked closely with the Town to enhance the harbor area. The current boathouse was built in 1955, and the docks provided 65 slips.

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Old Greenwich Yacht Club

At the eastern end of Town, the Old Greenwich Yacht Club (OGYC) was formed in 1943. It was formed to provide sailing education and social interaction. Walter Pendleton served as the first Commodore. A boathouse was built as the first clubhouse, and a deep-water dock extended out toward Sand Island. The Town purchased Tod’s Point in 1945 and planned to convert a “three-car garage” building into a clubhouse. It had double doors that opened to a work pit for trucks and automobiles. A coal-fired boiler provided hot water heat. Future additions included a porch and shed. In 1938, the Great Hurricane destroyed the dock. Small boats had to be pulled up on shore and tied to stakes. Large vessels anchored offshore. Club boats were pulled into the clubhouse for maintenance.

Going Down To The Sea In Ships

So the Riverside Yacht Club beat out the Indian Harbor Yacht Club by a year. I’m happy to say that each of the boating and yachting clubs appears to be healthy and vibrant today. I love to take the ferry out to Island Beach and see all the boats on Long Island Sound on the weekend. It reminds me of the important role boating and sailing (and Long Island Sound) have played in the history of Greenwich. Although commercial boating has waned, recreational boating flourishes. There’s something about a sail filled with wind, carrying a boat quietly across the water. It’s somehow magical.

May the residents of Greenwich continue to “go down to the sea in ships,” and keep the spirit of adventure alive.

Jewell, K:  “The History of the Greenwich Waterfront”; History Press, Charleston SC, 2011.

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