In 1964, two naval officers, Joe Quicker and Al Tarantino began formulating the idea of a Navy Sailing Club in San Diego, to serve the military community and foster seamanship and esprit-de-corps within the Sailors and Officers that joined its membership. Navy Yacht Club San Diego continues to serve the military community by offering a gateway to greater enjoyment of San Diego's natural maritime resources.
Thank you everyone who helped us raise money for Make-A-Wish this year. Whether you made a donation to one of our bike teams for the Amazing Race or you joined us for one of our Fundraiser in IB, know that you participation will help create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.
Fall Beer Can Series
Our Beer Can Races have completed for the year. Thanks to everyone who sailed in this year's races, or just came and hung out with us on the patio. Special thanks to the Race Committee for a great 2023 Race Season!
See you on the water on 2024!
Did You Know?
NYCSD has a matching gift program and will double your donation to our Capital Fund Campaign? It's a fact - membership card stock is expensive! Replacing our patio tent which takes a beating from the salt air, sand, and sun - is expensive! By giving a gift of $ to our nonprofit organization, you can make a significant impact in funding our capital needs; as we match your gift, dollar for dollar, and continue to grow our club together.
Contribute to the Capital Fund
Kid's Environmental Lesson Plans
Sailors for the Sea Powered by Oceana’s Kids Environmental Lesson Plans (KELP) program features free, downloadable, educational activities that teach students the importance of preserving healthy and abundant oceans. Sailors for the Sea is highlighting some of our most popular KELP activities that can be done from the safety of your home.