The MYC Clubhouse is situated in the Shipyard section of Old Town Marblehead and a short walk to downtown. The Clubhouse overlooks Marblehead harbor with a spectacular view from the Causeway to Marblehead Light. 


The MYC Galley serves a “Coastal Cuisine” menu Thursday to Sunday.  Marblehead Harbor on a warm summer evening is casual and a very pleasant experience. Members are not allowed to bring in any outside food or snacks during Galley operation hours. During busy times, the Galley will implement a 90-minute table time to accommodate guests who are waiting (please be courteous of your fellow members waiting).  Dining on the deck overlooking.  For members on the go, call the Galley at 781-631-9772 to order take-out for quickly prepared meals to bring to your boat.    


MYC Membership dues include a $75 Food Card charge that entitles the Member to a Galley purchase credit that reflects this value. Food cards may be presented to the MYC Galley for a food purchase credit during normal Galley operating hours from early June through early September. Members may transfer their Food Card balance to another member during the current season. The Food Card credit may NOT be applied toward gratuities.



Members may use the Club Grills located on the deck when the Galley is not open. Please keep the area cleaned after using the grills.  MYC also hosts special Grill Nights - see calendar for dates.


MYC is a BYOB Club and members and their guests can bring their own adult beverages.


Use of the Club's Cliff Room and Lavendar Room is available for rent for special events such as  parties, meetings and social gatherings for members and the public.  The Cliff Room (main floor) has capacity for 50 people, and the Lavendar Room (upper floor) has capacity for 30 people.  Catering services can be provided to groups as requested. To rent the Club facility for your special event download the MYC Rental Application. Complete the MYC Room Rental form and submit to the Club Manager.


There is public parking between the clubhouse and the Marblehead Trading yard and street parking nearby.  Please be respectful of our neighbors.  There is a drop off space at the front entrance for loading and unloading gear and passengers.  On weekends, the Marblehead Municiple Light Department allows public parking in the section of their parking lot facing the harbor.