About Us

We welcome you to the Yacht Club of Stone harbor in 2015 for our 86th season!

Situated on the bay, the Yacht Club of Stone Harbor is home to one of the best sunsets in South Jersey. Members take advantage of this picturesque scene while having a cocktail on our deck, or dining in one of our two bayfront dining rooms. Throughout the summer, our families enjoy a wide range of sailing, power boating and other sport activities, as well as social and community service events. Our Youth Activities Program (YAP) provides seven weeks of instruction and fun for the children of our members. Additionally, the Club is available for weddings and special events. Our on-site coordinator will assist in menu planning, décor, vendors and more to ensure you special day is stylish, sophisticated and fun.

Come aboard and enjoy our scenic views, calm waters and delectable menu selections year-round!

  • History
    • In 1911 The Stone Harbor Yacht Club was built for Stone Harbor Realty Company by John Larsen, grandfather of recently deceased Fleet Historian, Jane Scott. The Club failed during the Depression. But in 1929, Jane's father, Clarence O. Letzkus, along with a small group of men, reorganized the club as The Yacht Club of Stone Harbor by selling proprietary memberships. The 1911 building is used to this day by members and their guests. An exhibit including Club history can be seen at the Stone Harbor Museum. Now you will see an exhibit on the Club's history installed at the Club.

  • Mission
    • The mission of the Yacht Club of Stone Harbor is to provide an attractive, comfortable and safe facility where its members, guests and children can meet to socialize, dine and take part in activities intended to promote fellowship, recreation, civic mindedness, and the enjoyment of waterborne sports such as sailing, motor boating, fishing and swimming.

  • House Rules
      • Members are required to show their membership cards when entering the Club.
      • Evening access to the Dining Room, Grille Room and Bar is through the main entrance only, unless there is another activity in the Club (wedding, etc.) in which case the entrance is through the Grille Room.
      • Guests: Guests must be accompanied by a member and registered in logbook. The conduct of each guest shall be the responsibility of the member.
      • Any non-member may not use the Club facilities or attend any activity more than twice a year. Exceptions may be granted by the Commodore or Club Manager.
      • No alcoholic beverages may be brought to the Club.
      • The Club extends reciprocal use of its facilities to sister yacht clubs.
  • Dining Attire / Unacceptable Attire
    • Dinner Reservations are expected for both Dining Room and Grille Room. If unable to keep reservation, four-hour notice is required.

      Dining Attire

      Standard – Collared shirt and slacks or neat shorts in the Dining Room, Grille Room, Bar and on the dance floor. Jackets are optional. Neat jeans are allowed in the Grille Room and Bar only. Formal – On formal nights, formal attire is required in the Dining Room, Bar and on the dance floor. The Grille Room is closed on formal nights. Off-Season – Neat jeans are allowed throughout the club.


      Unacceptable Attire

      Hats and tank tops on men, cut-offs, bathing suits and bare feet are not considered appropriate dining attire. Jeans are not allowed in the Dining Room at any time during the season. Dancing without shoes or while holding a beverage is prohibited.

  • Minors
      • Supervised children under 14 years of age are welcome at the club until 9:00 p.m. or until the end of first set when there is live music, unless an event is designated as a “family event” when supervised children are welcome throughout the evening.
      • Persons under the age of 21 are not permitted to sit at the bar at any time.
      • No one under 21 years of age will be sold or served alcoholic beverages in the club or on club property. Any member or guest who provides alcoholic beverages to a minor shall cause the member to be subject to loss of membership privileges by the Board of Trustees.
      • Persons under 21 years of age may sit at the tables in the bar area only if supervised by an adult member.
      • Children under 14 years of age are not permitted on club property unless properly supervised by an adult member or employee.
  • House Rules of Enforcement
      • All members are responsible for their own conduct and the conduct of their guests.
      • YCSH is a smoke free facility.