IYC Sailing Club
Promotes sailing proficiency and training of members of the Isles Yacht Club.
Monthly meetings are the first Wednesday of each month at 9:00 a.m. in the Compass Room.

  •  Annual: $50 per year   Charter: $500 (no annual dues)
  • Members can sign out boats during daylight hours as long as other Club activities are not scheduled. (Charter members get preference)
  • Please sign the sheet in the Dockmaster's office before leaving the dock.

  • Four Precision 15' Sailboats
  • Retractable Centerboard
  • Jib and Main Sails
  • Two-Person Crew
  • 2 Harbor 20 Sailboats
Click HERE for images of the Harbor 20's.
  • Races: Adults, approximately every other week throughout the year
  • Leukemia Cup
  • Local Small Boat Regattas
  • Weekly Social Sailing
  • Youth Summer Activity: Sailing during summer camp

Race Schedule
The full racing schedule is available
on the IYC online calendar.
Click HERE for the “2017-2018 Harbor 20 Fleet A Race Schedule” only.


H20 A Fleet Racing
Click HERE to view the NOR
Click HERE for the entry form.

Contact Us
Michael Mixson


Joe Onofrio

Patti Mixson

Mickey Amy
Social Sailing
  • Social Sailing is "just for the fun of it,” no racing allowed.
  • We leave the IYC dock every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m.
  • Ladies Social Sailing is every Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. during season.
  • Social Sailing is a great way to enjoy a relaxed ride OR an opportunity to learn how to sail the dinghies.
  • Register online or with the IYC office.

LOG Article
Due to the success of the Support Boat Compass Fund project, an Inmar 17 foot rigid hull inflatable boat with a 70 HP outboard has been purchased for delivery in September. Our Support Boat Committee is working on a training program for operators and crew and on finalizing equipment purchases for the boat. As soon as possible after delivery, safety equipment and a custom protective storage cover will be purchased so the boat will be ready for the busy fall season.

Volunteer operators and crew for the Support Boat will be needed. All IYC members are invited to help. If you are interested, please contact Michael Mixson, Bob Gould or Christi van Heek for more information on training, etc.

Joe Onofrio reports that, despite summer being the “slow” season, Social Sailing has been well attended. Social Sailing is a great Wednesday morning activity that is enjoyed by both sailors and non-sailors. It is offered free of charge to all IYC members. You can sign up on the IYC website or with the office. If you want a private day sail just about any time, contact the office to schedule a Harbor 20 charter. If you are not a skipper qualified by Bob Sween, the office will arrange for a qualified skipper to sail with you.

The IYC Sailing Club is starting a trial sailing program with Crossroads Hope Academy. Crossroads is a nonprofit home and charter school for foster boys who have had multiple failed placements in the Florida Foster care system. The boys range in age from 13 to 18. One morning a week for the month of August, six boys will sail with ISC members to learn the basics of sailing. The goal of the program is to introduce the boys to sailing and train them in the teamwork required for a racing keelboat. It's a great opportunity for the Club to give back to the community and to put smiles on both young and old faces.

In mid-July, a very nice mid-summer update was prepared by Michael Mixson and sent via email to Sailing Club members. If you are a Sailing Club member and did not receive the email update, contact Amanda in the office and she will add you to the mailing list.

IYC Support Boat- Expected delivery - Fall 2017

My First Sailing Experience
Click HERE for a wonderful story by Sherry Lane.

Key Documents
(Click below to access a PDF file)