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Napa Valley Yacht Club


Dock
$1 - $1.25/ft

Mooring
Not Offered

Day Trip
Not Offered
100 Riverside Drive
Napa, CA 94559
Check-in after 01:00 PM
Check-out before 11:00 AM
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5 Reviews

by hdlynam on Aug 01, 2020
Everything was great. The Port Captains stayed in contact and were very helpful. Nancy did a great job on the Salmon for dinner on Friday night. Hal

by seaghost3 on Jul 28, 2020
We always enjoy our stay at the Napa Valley Yacht Club. Very nice people and very helpful. Highly recommended!

by atchison on Jun 24, 2020
Charming yacht club overlooking the Napa River. Greg was very welcoming and helpful. Thank you Greg!

by fantasy on Nov 18, 2019
We had a great time. The port Captain was great also.

by caprainronsf on Oct 07, 2019
We had a great time! It would be even better if you added a shower to the larger bathroom. Being on a cruise out for three days without a shower is tough for some.

About Napa Valley Yacht Club

Boating and water sports were popular in the Napa Valley long before it became a famous tourist destination with over 400 world class wineries. Since before the 1849 Gold Rush, the Napa River has been a vital link between the Sacramento Delta and the Pacific Coast.

Organized in 1987, the Napa Valley Yacht Club continues to connect the boating community around the Bay by hosting hundreds of yacht club members and their boats every year. Our club is a short walk to a revitalized downtown Napa with its lively arts scene, gourmet restaurants and wine-tasting rooms. We are a dedicated group of fun-loving volunteers. The club is open every Friday evening for cocktails and dinner for member and guests. Membership includes over 100 families.

In 1998 Napa County Voters passed Flood Control Measure A to provide funding to protect Napa from flooding. Two new bridges, the First St. Bridge and Third St. Bridge, span the Napa River downtown. The Maxwell lift bridge downriver from the clubhouse has been replaced by a four-lane fixed span that limits the height of large sailboats sailing upriver. At mid to high water the river appears wider than the navigable channel because of bank terracing and tree removal. The Coast Guard has added new markers. Completion of the continuing project has been delayed by budget constraints.


Booking Info

Max LOA: 125' Max Beam: 16' Max Draft: 8'

Please note special weekend rates below for Bottlerock (Memorial Day Weekend, Fri-Sun Night) Boats LOA up to 45': $400 flat fee for weekend, 3 night min. Boats LOA of 45' +: $500 flat fee for weekend, 3 night min.


Services

  • Water
  • Electrical

Amenities

  • Floating Docks
  • Ice
  • Launch Ramp
  • Medical Facilities w/in 5 Miles
  • Restrooms
  • Wireless Internet

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