The 2017 season is here!

Greetings from the Marquette Yacht Club,

I hope this finds you in good health and enjoying the spring weather.  It is that time of year again and we are looking forward to another fantastic season at the club.  There is a lot to look forward to this year.  We welcome some new faces to our dock memberships and on the dry-land racks.  We are hoping with our new membership option to see more families enjoying and participating in club activities.

Of course, with the fun comes work.  Thankfully, we have a great crew of volunteers!  We are always looking for people who would like to volunteer their time and skills to projects around the club.  So, if you have some free time and would like to be involved, please let us know.  Our Web Maestro is doing a great job keeping our website up to date.  Please visit or our Facebook page to get the latest information on activities and events.  Soon the sun will be shining, a warm wind will be blowing, and the docks will be in!

Below you will find the 2017 Membership links.  All dockers should have been contacted by someone on the dock committee to confirm their spot for this year.  We did have a few openings and will be welcoming some new faces on the docks.

Hope to see you all soon!



Jennifer Grant,
MYC Commodore

MYC Dues Notice 2017

Dock agreement 2017

Like last year, two options exist for renewing or becoming a MYC Member:

Option 1
Mail your Dues Notice, Check, and Dock agreement (if you are docking) to:

Marquette Yacht Club
PO Box 296
Marquette, MI  49855

Option 2

Use the MYC Square Store to make your payment:  LINK

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