Welcome to the Burnham Park Yacht Club. BPYC - History . Burnham Harbor had been originally built as a lagoon for the Chicago World's Fair, which was held in 1933. Large and protected, the harbor made an ideal location. In 1938, the Park District opened up Burnham Park Harbor for dingy sailing.
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As a member of the YCA, the Burnham Park Yacht Club extends member reciprocity to individuals who belong to yacht clubs who are also registered members of the YCA. As a member of the Burnham Park Yacht Club, other YCA Yacht clubs will extend reciprocity membership privileges to you as you travel.
The Yachting Club of America (YCA) issues an annual Reciprocity Guide that is a Register of American Yacht Clubs. The Guide includes Yacht Club Name, Year established, Mailing Address, Phone Numbers, Clubhouse address, Calendar period of operation, availability of courtesy dockage, Reciprocity status, if the club has a restaurant/lounge and pictures of the club's burgee.
You can check with the BPYC Club Manager about reciprocity to specific Yacht Clubs. Individual copies of the Reciprocity register can be ordered from the YCA website atwww.ycaol.com.
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Midwest Open Racing Federation (MORF)
Our program is designed for students between the ages of 8 and 18 to introduce the sport and art of sailing. During the program, beginner students will learn basic sailing techniques from US Sailing Certified Instructors.
The Burnham Park Yacht Club has 420 dinghies and Holder Hawks in their Junior Sailing Fleet
Total $ 2700.00
In-Season (April – October) $125.00/month
Off-Season (November – March) $85.00/month
For more information visit: www.bpyc.com