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Delavan Lake Yacht Club
P.O. Box 482, 1501 Cedar Point Dr, Delavan, WI 53115
A Sailing and Social Organization that supports Sailing on Delavan Lake, WI
Delavan Lake Yacht Club
P.O. Box 482
Delavan, WI 53115

262-725-1426
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UPCOMING EVENTS:

- Fish Fry every Friday through Labor Day
- 5pm - 10pm Restaurant and Bar Open until midnight
- Wed. Night Bunco - June 21st & 28th, July 5th, 12th & 19th, and Aug. 2nd
 - 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
- June 24th - DLSS Benefit/Auction
         - 6pm - midnight
- June 30th - Karaoke Fish Fry
         - 5pm - 10pm Restaurant and Bar Open until midnight, Karaoke from 8pm on.
- July 1st - Delavan Lake Fireworks & Picnic at the Club
         - noon - 4pm picnic and bands
- July 15th - Saturday Club Member Dinner
         - 6pm - 9pm Dinner and Bar Open until midnight

SEE THE FLEET PAGES FOR THE RACING SCHEDULE




Attention Youth Sailors and Parents

Click here for the 2017 ILYA X Championship Regatta

Click here for the 2017 ILYA Opti Championship Regatta


Short Regatta Video

Just to wet your whistle, here’s a few seconds about the upcoming DLYC Regatta. Soft water will be returning! DLYC short Regatta video


Regatta Gear

If you have a sailor who is going to sail in the 2017 X Inland or Opti Inland, check out our initial offerings. Your sailor can wear the gear before the regatta. GO to our order page: DLYC 2017 Regatta Gear


Regatta Lodging

Here are a list of DLYC friendly hotels near our club. Call to make your reservations:

DLYC Regatta Lodging page


Dave Everhart 80
OPENING DAY PARTY                                                 CONGRATS TO DAVE EVERHART


Coffee Mug
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Fish Boil





 
Where Sailboats Sleep when there is no wind
The Morning After
Commodore's Cup
What are they looking at? Could it be an E Scow on Starboard?
Fun at BUNCO!
Bunco 7_20_16


 
John Clair 2016
 
John M Clair 1961-2016
 
We regretfully announce the sudden passing of longtime DLYC Member and past Commodore John Clair. John grew up in Delavan and at DLYC where he sailed in X boats, C boats and E scows. John, son of Ed Clair, was very active in supporting all facets of the club and as the club attorney. Below is Munroe Funeral Home announcement
 
John M. Clair, age 55, longtime Delavan attorney and former FBI agent passed away on Friday, November 18, 2016, at Rockford Memorial Hospital in Rockford, IL. He was born on October 18, 1961, in Chicago to J. Edward and Patricia (Dwyer) Clair. John was an attorney for many years at the family practice, Clair Law Offices, in Delavan. He was a graduate of St. Andrew Parish School, Delavan-Darien High School, and undergraduate and law school graduate of Marquette University. John was a past President of Walworth County Bar Association and past Commodore of Delavan Lake Yacht Club.

John is survived by his father, J. Edward Clair, of Delavan; sisters, Catherine (Christopher) Scherer, of Muskego, WI, and Kerry (Kevin) Barry, of Whitefish Bay, WI; brother, Edward (Renee) Clair, of Williams Bay; and nieces and nephews, Madeline, Eddie, and Sophia Scherer, Bridget, John, and Colleen Barry, and Emmett, Anna, Maggie, and Finn Clair.

John is preceded in death by his mother, Patricia Clair, in 2008; and a nephew, Christopher Michael Scherer Jr., in 2005.

Funeral Services will be held at 10:00 A.M. on Tuesday, November 22, 2016 at St. Andrew’s Catholic Church, 714 E. Walworth Avenue in Delavan. Visitation will be held from 4:00 P.M. – 7:00 P.M. on Monday, November 21, 2016 at Monroe Funeral Home, 604 E. Walworth Ave in Delavan.  A Private Family Burial will take place at St. Andrew’s Cemetery in Delavan.  In lieu of flowers, memorials can be directed to St. Andrew’s Parish School in John’s name.
 
 
 
 


4th of July Party on the 2nd
DLSS Auction
Moonlight Sail
First Saturday Night Dinner 
C-MIR Photos:
Opening Day Party Photos:
 
 
2016 Club from water
 
2016 Member Drive




 
Weather Feed
Delavan
Delavan
 


Gaff and Warning Light on Flagpole
Donated by Lois Stritt & Family in honor of Jack Day Stritt

Click the photo to learn why we fly our flags this way.