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  • May 25, 2019

    Lifeguards Needed:

    The GSYC needs full time and part time certified lifeguards for its heated pool overlooking Lake Hopatcong. The rate is $15/hour. Please fill out "Contact Us" page and reference the lifeguard job ad. Or, call 973-398-0022 and leave a message. We'll call you right back!more
  • February 5, 2019

    Yachting Club Of America

    The GSYC has been added to the Yachting Club of America reciprocity listings for 2019. This means that any GSYC club member can avail themselves of a number of reciprocity and courtesies offered to all Yachting Club of America members located throughout the USA!more
  • June 7, 2018

    Vintage GSYC Membership Covers

    From mimeograph lists to today's scanned images.  Seventy years of vintage covers, Commodore's messages and GSYC history.  The image above was published in 1990, for Commodore Alan Karpas.   Here's a sampling over recent years:   1990 - Hank Steinman, Commodore   1970 - Bernard Gruber, ...more
  • May 2, 2018

    LHF Floating Classroom launched. It was a smashing success!

     In early May,  the Lake Hopatcong Foundation (LHF)'s floating classroom, the Study Hull was dedicated at the Garden State Yacht Club docks. Donna McHalle-Holly, LHF Grants and Programs Coordinator, smashed the celebratory bottle of champagne, while a crowd of more than 75 cheered from the sidelines....more
  • March 18, 2018

    That's (GSYC) Entertainment!

    What other social club on Lake Hopatcong has entertainment every weekend from Memorial Day to Labor Day?  The GSYC has cabaret singers straight from Broadway, world-class classical musicians straight from the Julliard School, Performers from the Metropolitan Opera, plus can't-sit-still dance bands, running the gamut ...more
  • March 18, 2018

    A Brief History of the GSYC

    The Garden State Yacht Club was born for boating and sociability in 1948 at the home of Harry and Laura Lynn. With the acquisition of the Lambert estate on Ingram Cove, our club came to its present location in 1949. Over the years a series of physical changes ensued, including installation of the concrete patio at the ...more
  • May 6, 2017


    The GSYC offers the most complete schedule of entertainment during the summer season, from Memorial Day to Labor Day.  Off season events are held both at the GSYC or off-premise....more
  • May 5, 2017


    Situated on the west shore of Lake Hopatcong, the GSYC offers a variety of boating experiences. Our members have a variety of lake toys, including bow riders, pontoon boats, personal watercraft, sail boats, kayaks and pedal boats. Don’t have a boat? No problem. You will be invited out on the lake by a member who does. ...more
  • May 4, 2017


    Our private Marina can accommodate 55 boats up to 24’ feet in length for Associate and Full Equity members. The well-lit dockside area is easily accessible, just a short tram ride from the Clubhouse and Pool, or a few steps from dockside drop off lot. Our dock master assigns member dock slips for the season. The ...more
  • May 3, 2017


    Members of the GSYC enjoy a range of dining experiences throughout the year. During the summer season our in-house chef prepares Friday and Saturday evenings dinners. Weekend dinner reservations are made several days in advance. Midday Dining on the deck is offered on Saturdays, Sundays and on summer holidays. Members ...more


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