Amenities abound at this family-friendly club. The swimming pool, showers, lockers, barbeque areas, card room, lounge, and dining room offer non-stop use; and on the holidays an active group of club volunteers see to it there is always a themed party.
This peaceful setting at the water's edge can host up to 150 members and their friends. Many a member finds this dining room a perfect place for business lunches; and private activities can also be arranged.
A popular gathering place for food and drink is the convivial waterfront bar and lounge. “Blue Plate Specials” are served all day long with a special pot-luck informal feast, organized by the members, every Tuesday evening. Games and a library are available in the adjoining card room.
Just beyond the bar is a barbecue area, used often by members seeking a quiet covered outdoor place for a cocktail or a club committee meeting.
The broad wharf, running the full length of the clubhouse, is the preferred place for cocktails, snacks, and watching the sky’s sunset colors and Friday night fireworks.
At the other end of the yacht club, in a sunny spot, is the swimming pool. Lounge chairs and tables surround the perimeter. A snack bar is located on one side, and showers and lockers at the other. The pool area can be reserved for private parties.
Located along the entire length of the yacht club are modern state-of-the-art floating docks. Accommodating up to 150 boats ranging from the club's 20-foot shuttle to a 155-foot yacht are A-Dock through E-Dock, with vessels generally paired up between finger docks. End-ties are also available along the bulkhead for smaller boats and daysailers.
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Waikiki Yacht Club boasts the largest Burgee Collection in the state. There are over 1,000 - and still counting - international burgees, suspended from every available wall space. Visiting yacht club members can find their burgee by leafing through the extensive ID/Location book, stored behind the bar.