Sayville Yacht Club


United States
40° 43' 52.3668" N, 73° 2' 10.86" W

Racing is the mainstay of the Sayville Yacht Club and we’ve held regattas every single year since we became reestablished in Blue Point.

The Sayville Yacht Club has come a long way since 1901. Its name is known for the sailing events that have drawn sailors to its waters from the United States, South America and Europe. Some Sayville Yacht Club sailors have become well known for their sailing accomplishments on the Bay, nationally and abroad.  Besides traveling to national and international championships some sailors have endured stringent Olympic trials.

At The SYC 

In addition to a sailing tradition the SYC is equally proud of its hospitality. 
Sailors should feel free to avail themselves of club amenities. Cash is accepted 
at the bar and snack bar. No dress code exists.Getting to the SYC


Sayville Yacht Club is located at Lat 40° 44’00” N, Long 73° 02’07” W. The light
signal on the flag pole is Red over White over RED


The area is serviced by three major airports and several civil air fields. The
closest and easiest is Long Island Macarthur with Southwest Air being the
dominant carrier.

John F. Kennedy International Airport has flights to most places in the US as
well as the world. From JFK public transportation is available via the Airtrain
with a connection at Jamaica Station to the Long Island Railroad.

Take the Long Island Railroad to the Sayville Station and its is approximately a
$10 taxi ride to the Sayville Yacht Club.
The third airport is LaGuardia. While many domestic carriers serve this airport it
is the most difficult to use, having little public transportation. A taxi from here
will be in excess of $120. Private cars are a better alternative and service both
JFK and LaGuardia however the cost is about the same and advanced booking is


The Long Island Railroad services Long Island from Pennsylvania Station at 34th

St. in New York City. Amtrak has some service to Penn Station. Boarding at
Penn, look for a Montauk or Babylon Branch train with stops at Sayville. Again,
approximately a $10 taxi to the club from Sayville Station.
Rail schedules can be found at


From Long Island Expressway – I495
- LIE I495 to Exit 62 South Rt 97 Nicolls Road South to Blue Point
- Follow directions for Nicolls Rd below

From Southern State Parkway – **Passenger Cars Only, No trailers, No
RV’s, low clearance bridges
- Southern State Parkway East to exit 44 East - Sunrise Hwy Rt 27 East
- Sunrise Hwy (rte 27) east to exit 51 Nicolls Road Rt 97 South to Blue Point
- Follow directions for Nicolls Rd below

From Eastern Long Island via Sunrise Hwy Rt 27
- Sunrise Hwy (rte 27) west to exit 51 Rt 97 Nicolls Road South to Blue Point
- Follow directions for Nicolls Rd below

From Rt 97 Nicolls Rd
- Rt 97 Nicolls Rd south towards Blue Point to the end to Rt 85/27A Montauk
- Bear Right onto Montauk Hwy west to first traffic light - Gillette Ave.
- Left Onto Gillette Ave South to 2nd stop sign (blinking traffic light) Middle
- Left onto Middle Road two blocks to Boylan Lane.
- Turn right onto Boylan Lane – Sayville Yacht Club near end of street on left
behind gate.

Long Island Railroad


Remember that the “Parkways” of Long Island prohibit trailers.