Dinghy and Dinghy Storage
Dinghies and inflatables less than 12 feet in length can be stored in the water or on the dinghy racks. A seasonal charge beginning at $50 is required for dinghy tie up and rack storage. Please see the Club Steward. All dinghies stored at the club must display a registration sticker available at no charge from the Club Steward. Club dinghies are for short-term use only and must be returned promptly to the dinghy tie-up area. Please do not leave them on moorings.
The Hull Yacht Club does not provide moorings. Mooring setup and placement must be discussed with the Hull Harbormaster, Kurt Bornheim. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 781-925-0316.
Raise your orange flag or call 781-925-0316 to let the harbormaster know that you need a pump out. Flags can be obtained from the Club Steward. Please abide by the law. Do not discharge.
Kitchen, Grills and Deck Space
There is a self-service kitchen in the club, picnic tables and gas grills on the deck that are available to you. Feel free to use them with your guests but please remember to clean up when you are finished.
A season-long series of social gatherings – The Commodore’s Reception is the signature kick-off event followed by a variety of social gatherings including lectures, movie nights, lobster dinner, coffeehouses, dance parties and more. A full-service bar, with a widescreen TV, is open most days and evenings.
Whether you sail or motor, the many days-long cruising events are a wonderful way to meet fellow boaters and explore different waterways and harbors. Cruises include trips to Salem, Gloucester, Provincetown, Boston and the Harbor Islands.
Junior Learn to Sail Instruction
Hull Yacht Club offers morning 2-week Learn to Sail sessions for children age 7 – 13 and Full Summer programs in both mornings (for beginners) and afternoons (for more advanced sailors). This program provides children from Hull and surrounding communities an opportunity to learn to sail and enjoy the waters of Hull Bay with no requirement of being a Hull Yacht Club member.
Adult Learn to Sail Instruction
The Hull Yacht Club offers adult sailing lessons. Upon completion of the course, you will be able to handle a small boat including rigging the boat, principles of sailing, safety equipment and procedures and terminology. The classes run for 6 weeks. These classes are popular and fill up fast so if you are interested, please see the Adult Learn To Sail / Learn to Race section.
Trash and Recycling
As of 4/15/18, recycling became mandatory in the town of Hull. All boaters are encouraged to carry in and carry out their own trash and dispose of it at home. Recycling bins for bottles and cans will remain on the deck.
The Hull Yacht Club will make its facilities available to rent to members, non-members and community organizations when it is available provided that the rental does not conflict with the club’s mission, operation or activities. For more information, please see the Club Rental section.