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HOW TO ENJOY LYTC


Little Traverse Yacht Club is best enjoyed by being a member of the club, or by non-members who enter a sailboat regatta sponsored by the club.  Members of other yacht clubs on a reciprocating basis also have access to LTYC as well.  LTYC members do not need to own a sailboat to be a member.  Sailboat owners that do not wish to race but simply cruise and day sail are an integral part of the club.


Behind the scenes, the sailing at Little Traverse Yacht Club is managed in two parts: Little Traverse Yacht Club handles sailboat racing while Little Traverse Sailors handles sailing instructional programs for both youth and adults.


HOW TO USE RECIPROCAL PRIVILEGES 


Your LTYC membership offers you reciprocal privileges at hundreds of private clubs via our affiliation with Yachting Clubs of America. If you have an opportunity coming up to visit one of our fellow YCOA clubs, call ahead to ask about their requirements. By custom, members sometimes bring a burgee from their home club as a gift to the club they are visiting. If you are asked to bring a membership card or letter of good standing, it can be provided. For help accessing the YCOA directory, for reciprocal documentation, or to order a burgee, call the office or send an email to ClubManager@ltyc.org.


RESOURCES


Chicago to Mackinac Race www.cycracetomackinac.com 


Great Lake Cruising Club www.glcclub.com ‚Ä®Lake Michigan Sail Racing Federation www.lmsrf.org 


Midwest Performance Handicap Racing Fleet (MWPHRF) www.mwphrf.org


Port Huron to Mackinac Race (BYC) www.byc.com



GENERAL CONTACT INFORMATION


Questions and assistance on club business issues such as membership applications, dues payments, accounting, event registration, merchandise sales, etc. can be found at the club business office, located away from the clubhouse and waterfront. The business office can be reached at:

PO BOX 584
HARBOR SPRINGS, MI  49740
PHONE: (231) 526-7919

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