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“A Quiet, Friendly, Little Club”

Established in 1938

Located on Treasure Island

P.O. Box 428

Wilson, NY 14172

Telephone: 716-751-6063

email: info@wilsonyachtclub.com

Our Purpose: “… to encourage the sport of yachting, to promote the science of seamanship and navigation…”



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  1. We sailed from Canada to WYC Friday July 25. Your kindness in welcoming us and including us in the activities at night was terrific and very much appreciated. We have just finished our 11 day trip around the lake and Wilson was the perfect experience to begin the voyage. Thank you again, please come us and visit us at Lake Shore Yacht Club (Etobicoke) anytime. Cindy R / Craig M, Lorelei

  2. what about membership? I have talked to a friend about a small double-ender day sailer I see docked at your club. He tells me it is for sale. Do you have any info?

  3. Holmes and Watson were on a sailing trip. They had gone night sailing and were lying on the deck looking up at the sky. Holmes said, “Watson, look up. What do you see? “Well, I see thousands of stars.” “And what does that mean to you?” “Well, I guess it means we will have another nice day tomorrow. What does it mean to you, Holmes?” “Well, to me, it means someone has stolen our bimini!”

  4. Pirate walks into a bar, bartender says, “What’s that paper towel doing on your head?” The pirate says, “Aye, I’ve got a bounty on me head!”

  5. A pirate walks in a bar.

    Bartender:”Captain, how did you get that peg leg?”
    Pirate: “A mighty shark bit it off”

    Bartender: “And Captain, how did you come to have a hook for a hand?”
    Pirate: “Some scurvy dog hacked it off but I sent him to Davy Jone’s locker with my sword”

    Bartender: “And that eye patch, Captain. How did you lose your eye?”
    Pirate: “A seagull pooped in my eye.”

    Bartender: “I didn’t know seagull poop made you blind”
    Pirate: “It doesn’t , it was my first day with the hook.”

  6. Great to see you now have a website.
    Your are truly the friendliest club on Lake Ontario.
    Thanks for the great times over the years.

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