The Loch Lomond Yacht Club is located in San Rafael, California, on the water in the Loch Lomond Marina. We are a volunteer club and average 100-125 members. We promote the yachting of power boats and sailboats by hosting cruise-ins and cruise-outs.
However, it is not necessary to own a boat to become a Member. We also host a variety of social events, such as Happy Hours, Friday night dinners, Sporting events, Family Nights and Saturday events.
The Loch Lomond Yacht Club was established on August 11, 1961 by 21 members. They gathered together in Fred Manley's Boat Shop at the Loch Lomond Marina and held the very first club meeting.
Our first Opening Day on the Bay was led by Commodore Emmett Stevenson. The clubhouse was completed in August 1964, and today our membership averages 100 - 150 members.
The purpose of the Loch Lomond Yacht Club is to foster and encourage yachting and boating. We try to encourage the knowledge and efficiency of our members and others in the science of navigation, including the proper handling and maintenance of cruisers and yachts. Additionally, the club promotes the social interests of it's members.