Essex Corinthian Yacht Club
9 Novelty Lane
PO Box 759
Essex, CT 06426
Office Tel: (860) 767-3239
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Coastal Cooking Company at the Essex Corinthian Yacht Club:
ECYC, 9 Novelty Lane, Essex Tel 860-501-5036 offers take-out during dining hours or upon special order Click here for more info
Olive Oyl's Deli:
77 Main Street, Essex Tel (860) 767- 4909 www.oliveoylscarryout.com
That's The Spirit:
19 Plains Road, Essex Tel (860) 767-8979
ECYC Members receive a discount on their purchase at That's the Spirit!
Essex also offers a variety of stores selling clothing and accessories within walking distance.
Brewers Marina, Essex
Brewers Yacht Yard
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The Essex Corinthian Yacht Club warmly extends a cordial welcome to skippers, crews and visitors. Visiting yachtsmen and women who are members of a recognized and reciprocating yacht club with proper identification are welcome. Please inquire at the office for details. Visitors shall register by either contacting the ECYC Office, or by contacting Brewer Dauntless Marina. A facility fee for $50 per day is charged for each visiting yacht. ECYC and Brewers accept VISA and MasterCard as the only means of payment.
We welcome members from recognized clubs listed in the Register of American Yacht Clubs.
Please check the Register of American Yacht Clubs for a complete list of reciprocal club information at www.ycaol.com.
THE TOWN OF ESSEX, Connecticut
The Town of Essex consists of three villages: Essex, Centerbrook, and Ivoryton, each a part of the whole, yet uniquely different. Essex Village is just a short walk from the dock area and offers many unique shops and wonderful restaurants. Visiting Essex Village does not require transportation arrangements, however Ivoryton and Centerbrook will.
For information on availability, arriving yachts should hail Brewers Dauntless Marina on VHF Channel 68 when approaching our facility, or phone 860-767-3239. Launch service is available by calling on Channel 68 or by sounding three blasts. Dinghies may land on the inland end of the southern floating docks, or at the dinghy dock behind the main fuel dock. Ice is available at the Brewers Office.
Please click HERE for Essex Harbor and Hamburg Cove Mooring Rules and Regulations.
The Essex Corinthian Yacht Club offers a lunch and dinner menu. Please refer to our "Dining" page for hours of operation and menu information. We do not have a bar facility. Visitors are invited to supply their own beverages. Visiting yachtspersons and members of reciprocating yacht clubs may enjoy dinner at the Corinthian Cafe once per quarter and lunch or brunch three times per quarter (for special brunches please inquire about availability). Please be advised, we do not take reservations for regular dining. Please identify yourself to the club manager or galley staff as a visitor, present your yacht club's membership credentials for verification and sign our guest book. The dining room accepts VISA and Mastercard for your convenience.
Casual dress is acceptable for all evenings, however, attire and footwear appropriate to a yacht club is expected at all times. Bathing suits, sleeveless shirts for men and cut-offs are not appropriate attire.
ECYC and Brewers are both green/recycling compliant. You will find containers marked for this purpose at various facility locations.
ECYC is a non-smoking facility. Smoking is not allowed in and around the clubhouse, on the decks or the adjoining dock facilities. Smokers may use the area near the dumpsters, but are asked to dispose of cigarette butts in the trash, not on the grounds.
Fuel and pump-out station are available at Brewers Dauntless, located at the head of the dock.
ECYC is open 11 months out of the year (closed in January). Please refer to the "About Us" page for business hours.