From Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day, Sodus Bay Yacht Club offers a full-service bar and dining in our spacious dining room. The club’s second floor provides a lounge with a television and assorted videos as well as a library of books for loan. It is a quiet space where members and visitors may relax and read or chat. There are 6 regular transit slips for guests and if members are not using their slips or moorings, these are used to accommodate our visitors from reciprocal clubs. The Clubhouse has full restroom facilities, including showers for your convenience. A boat launch and hoist are available for reciprocal club members visiting us from land and pulling their day sailor for an afternoon on Great Sodus Bay.
District Code - 0905, Port Code - Sodus Point, NY.
US Customs and Border Patrol has designated specific reporting locations within the Field Offices that are staffed during boating season for pleasure boats to report their arrival and be inspected by CBP. The master of the boat must report to CBP telephonically and be directed to the nearest Port of Entry to satisfy the face-to-face requirement, or report to the nearest designated reporting location along with the boat’s passengers for inspection
US Customs and Border Patrol Rochester, NY (585) 263-6293
US Coast Guard, Channel 16
Sodus Point, NY is a village with a peninsula spreading into the bay and around the coastline on the west edges of Great Sodus Bay. The historic and commercial districts of this waterfront community offer many quaint and exciting venues for exploration and fun within walking distance of Sodus Bay Yacht Club.
In addition to the public beach and parks there is ample dining opportunities as well marinas for boat equipment and repairs. This is truly a waterfront community
More information can be found at: http://www.greatsodusbay.org/
By Sea: Visiting boats should hail Sodus Bay Yacht Club on Channel 16 when entering the channel. Facilities Assistants or Officer of the Day will monitor VHF channel 16 while on duty.
By Land: Call our Clubhouse at:
Club Manager: Sheila Storms
Sodus Bay Yacht Club
7431 Irwin Street
P.O. Box 287
Sodus Point, NY 14555
Dining at The Club: Reservations are not required but may be a good idea. Call club manager, Sheila Storms at (315) 483-9550 and she will be glad to assist you. The Bar and bar menu typically will be available at noon on the weekends.
Dogs at the club: We have a designated dog walk area at the back of the parking lot and need you to clean up after Fido.
Boat Trash and Garbage: Please take all your boat trash and garbage to the dumpsters in the parking lot.
We accommodate reciprocal club members. Guest boats may be directed to a guest slip, an empty member slip, or a mooring. Please contact the Facilities Assistant or Officer of the Day before taking a slip, dock, or mooring. As always, guest boat space is available on a first come first served basis. SBYC does not accept reservations. FIND OUT MORE will show you a Waterfront Layout that will assist you in finding were our staff or the Officer of The Day may have you slip your yacht.
On behalf of the Commodore, Flag Officers, Directors and members of the Sodus Bay Yacht Club, it is our pleasure to offer dockage for the first night at $30.00 and the second night free to members of reciprocating clubs or members of Yachting Club of America (YCOA).. There will be a charge of $30.00 for additional overnight stays, as well as any additional stay within 30 days of receiving the second -night, free. An electrical power surcharge of $10 per day will be charged for connecting a 50 amp or multiple 20 or 30 amp power cords from your boat. A stay on one of our moorings is free any night.
Clubs wishing to participate in reciprocity please contact: