Welcome to the
International Council of Yacht Clubs
The ICOYC website provides a window into the world of the leading yacht clubs, with their long histories and fine traditions. Over the past several years, a significant number of these clubs have joined together to form the International Council of Yacht Clubs. This has helped them by sharing their experiences, learning from their successes (and failures), and reviewing the common challenges they face.
On this website you will find information, news and views about the ICOYC, details of the member clubs, plans for events, and comments on yachting-related developments. You will also find copies of the ICOYC printed newsletters. Full proceedings of world-wide forums and regional conferences are in the pages reserved for signed-in members of ICOYC.
European Regional Conference Agenda, 24-25 October 2014.
The final agenda and list of attendees has been posted. Look at Forums/Regional Conferences/Europe.
Cruise to the Huakari Gulf following the 2015 Commodores' Forum in Auckland
New webpage in On The Water/Upcoming Cruises/2015 Post Forum New Zealand has details on this beautiful cruise.
Royal Southern YC begins construction of Prince Philip Yacht Haven
Read the full article in Currents below.
ICOYC September 2014 Newsletter
Download it from Library/Newsletters
Delegate Agenda and Partners' Program for the 2015 Commodores' Forum
Get updated information onForums/Next Commodores' Forum
Photos of the 2014 Cruise around the Island of Elba have been posted.
Look in the Photo Gallery.
Scroll down to currents, the bulletin board showing news articles of interest to ICOYC members.
A Message from the President of ICOYC
Please enjoy looking around this site. Although the Council is made up of well established clubs with a basis of history and traditions, you’ll find that as a network of organizations we are focused on the future of our clubs and the sport, and are sensitive to how we must evolve to meet the needs of our individual clubs and memberships. Council Member Clubs share an active passion for the sport, similar business models in size and complexity, and a mutual trust that allows us to openly explore our thoughts and experiences, both good and bad, in a persistent effort toward improvement.
Those taking part in Council activities are a broad mix of sitting Commodores, junior flag officers, committed sailor-volunteers and past Commodores, many of whom have developed close relationships. We share an understanding of the value of working together, a love for our sport, and a belief in the essential role of our clubs in that sport and our lives.
Of course, we also have fun together, and the camaraderie developed among peers around the world is priceless. The Member Clubs generally meet in some fashion a couple of times each year to exchange ideas, do a bit of cruising on occasion, and often engage one to one on a variety of topics and activities. There is something very comforting about being able to chat with someone thousands of miles away who has firsthand experience with the issue being discussed.
I hope you enjoy this visit, and will offer your thoughts as well. Contacts may be seen HERE.
A Note to Visitors
The headlines below point to reports, print articles, and web sites of interest to members of ICOYC clubs. Click on the headline to open up the expanded text and internet links. Send your reports and items that will be of interest to fellow ICOYC club members to firstname.lastname@example.org for publication
Occasionally more ICOYC-specific material is posted on the private pages of this website. These are only available to members of Council yacht clubs who have passwords. If your club is a member of the ICOYC, and you have some particular interest, please inquire of your club’s ICOYC Representative for information on how to get access to the private pages.
Note: The links marked Members Only are password protected and are only available to logged-in members of ICOYC. Comments can be addressed email@example.com
Last updated Thursday, October 16, 2014