The Club

  • Leadership
    • Commodore Message

      Camille Daniels
      Welcome to Long Beach Yacht Club.

      I am deeply honored to be your Commodore for the 90th Anniversary year of our club. Steeped in Yachting Tradition, we are home to the Internationally recognized Congressional Cup Match Race regatta now in its 55th consecutive year. Our location on Alamitos Bay is home to our club owned Catalina 37 and Soling fleets. Our Regatta Management committee will be on the water 60 days this year hosting regattas.

      Our clubhouse is open 6 days a week to serve our members and their guests. Our many social programs and club events offer a myriad of opportunities for all to participate. From Sunday Brunch to Wet Wednesdays, Junior sail and Junior swim, the club is for all to enjoy.

      The Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron (RNZYS) has officially accepted Long Beach Yacht Club’s (LBYC) America’s Cup Challenge: Stars & Stripes Team USA. The group is the fifth challenger for the 36th America’s Cup presented by Prada. This Challenge was co-founded by Mike Buckley and Taylor Canfield after the team’s impressive 4th win at the 2018 Long Beach Congressional Cup.

      (L to R) Vice Commodore Charlie Legeman, Commodore Camille Daniels, Rear Commodore Jon Shull, (standing) Fleet Captain Jon Turigliatto, Port Captain Blair Carty

      2019 Flag Officers

      Camille Daniels Commodore
      Charlie Legeman Vice Commodore
      Jon Shull Rear Commodore
      Jon Turigliatto Fleet Captain
      Blair Carty Port Captain
      Bill Durant Jr. Staff Commodore
      Peter Welty, M.D. Fleet Surgeon Ashore
      Rick Adams, M.D. Fleet Surgeon Afloat
      Richard Miller Fleet Chaplain
      Andrea Ware Club Secretary
      Scott Meyer Treasurer
      Rick Von Heydenreich Quarter Master
      Blair Carty Protocol Officer
      Michael Trainotti Judge Advocate
      Andrew Owens Judge Advocate
      Clif Smith Jr. Judge Advocate
      David Weil Judge Advocate

      (Front Row) John Satariano, Lisa Meier, Tony Mansour, Laura Watkins Utterback, David Murray
      (Standing) Scotty Dickson, Bob Snow, Bobby Frazier, Randy Beers 
      (Not Pictured) Scott Dixon, Lise Evaul

      Board of Directors

      Randy Beers Lisa Meier
      Scotty Dickson David Murray
      Scott Dixon John Satariano
      Lise Evaul Bob Snow
      Bobby Frazier Laura Watkins Utterback
       Tony Mansour  

      Board of Governors

      John C. Fleishman Dave Hood David Westerfield
      Bill Green Conrad Banks Mike Van Dyke

      Jr. Flag

      Sophia Bloxam Jr. Commodore
      Reese Turigliatto Jr. Vice Commodore
      Maya Bergkvist Jr. Rear Commodore
      Grace Finley Jr. Secretary
      Preston Woodworth Jr. Treasurer

      Jr. Board of Directors

      Jacob Malonzo
      Julia King
      Ella Trachy
      Taylor Dixon
       Neil Finley

      Camille Daniels 
      Monthly Meeting: BOARD MEETINGS

      4th Thursday at 6 pm
      • January 24
      • February 28
      • March 28
      • April 25
      • May 23
      • June 27
      • July 25
      • August 22
      • September 26
      • October 24

      3rd Thursday at 6 pm
      • November 14
      • December 19

      Request for previous Board minutes can be made in writing to Andrea Hart at

  • Management
  • History
    • Celebrating Over 90 Years of Yachting Excellence

      History of Long Beach Yacht Club

      Long Beach Yacht Club began in 1929 as a direct result of an inquiry from the Associated Boating Industries of Northern California about the possibility of a powerboat race between Long Beach and San Francisco. The proposed race would be run during the San Francisco Motor Boat Show, and would provide advertising for the show and the Northern California boating industries. The inquiry was addressed to Daniel M. Callis, Sr., a prominent naval architect active in yacht club committee work.

      The inquiry to Callis, and the subsequent initial race, clearly were the catalysts that led to the formation of Long Beach Yacht Club as we know it today. Another Long Beach Yacht Club might have formed under other circumstances, but those two events started the current Long Beach Yacht Club.

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  • Mission
    • The mission of Long Beach Yacht Club is to promote yachting and competitive sportsmanship on a world-class level. Our Club’s premier waterfront location, yachting assets, facilities and programs make it the first choice for our families' social and recreational enjoyment.

  • Location & Contacts
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