The Oak Harbor Yacht Club (OHYC) proudly offers a fun and relaxed environment of camaraderie and sportsmanship. We promote an interest in boating and encourage boating-related activities, as well as social activities year-round! The OHYC continues the traditions of the original Deception Pass Boat Club, of which the OHYC is a direct descendant.
OHYC Hours of Operation and Monthly Activities. The OHYC lower level Clubhouse is open Wednesday through Saturday from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. (closing time varies with the number of members present). Exceptions are usually Thanksgiving and Christmas weeks when the OHYC is closed. Check the monthly calendar included in the newsletter for any scheduled closures of the Clubhouse and bar.
Wednesday Steak or Chicken Dinner. Price for the steak dinner is $16 and $11 for the chicken dinner. Dinner includes salad and baked potato. You can order ala cart a salad ($5) or potato ($4) or both ($7). Pay for your dinner at the bar when you arrive. Reservations required by noon on the Wednesday for that night. Call 360-675-1314 or email email@example.com. Leave your name and the amount of steak or chicken dinners you wish to have. Members start arriving around 5:30 PM and cook their dinners on the grill between 6:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. *Not available during Covid-19 restrictions
Thursday/Friday Burger Night Purchase your cheeseburger ($6.00) at the bar when you arrive. Members start arriving at 5:30 p.m. and the burger window opens at 6:00 p.m. Burgers, which include all condiments and trimmings, are cooked outside on the grill.
Monthly Social Night. In addition to generous hours 4 days a week the Club generally hosts one or more special social events each month. Events include movie nights, poker or game nights, sports parties, special dining, live music and dancing, theme and holiday parties and educational presentations to name a few. Some events require pre-paid reservations by calling the Club Manager. The OHYC newsletter contains a calendar of activities. *Not available during Covid-19 restrictions