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Edgewater Yacht Club, Inc.

6700 Memorial Shoreway NW

Cleveland, Ohio 44102

41 29'76'N - 81 43'76'W

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I would recommend EYC to everybody. It is a great place to enjoy a reasonably priced meal while taking in a beautiful view. We had a reservation for Father's Day. We all enjoyed the time spent at the restaurant. They have a very friendly staff, especially, the manager named Mike. Can't wait to go back!

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I have reciprocity from another marina. We sat for 20 minutes before finally going to the bar to ask if we could order. We got boneless wings and Moscow mules. Both were delicious. But the service was horrible. The waiter finally came out 20 minutes after we ordered from the bar. The bar people acted like we were craft asking if we could order from the bar yet they were all standing around talking and ignoring us as customers. Finally they kind of started waiting on us but mostly we had to go to the bar. The chicken was awesome so the cooks are good but everyone else ignores the customers. The other customers on the deck felt the same.

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In terms of Cleveland area yacht clubs, Edgewater is one of the best. Located right next to Edgewater Metropark, the location is top-notch. Not only can you adventure around that beautifully kept park, but also the direct proximity to EYC makes for a lovely adventure. The EYC has a well-maintained pool, a restaurant that serves legitimate cuisine and skilled bartenders who are interested in making sure you're having a good time. There is also dedicated parking for members and guests. This is one of my few true happy nautical places in CLE. I love when Cleveland Race Week rolls through the EYC. But really, the good stuff: they do Junior Sail Teams and Race Camps, which I totally love. The Cleveland Sailing Association also has regattas there, which are a treat to either by a part of or simply enjoy from the patios. In general, there's always races or programming happening to get involved. It might be some of the best programming in the area. Docking your boat at the EYC is easy despite their limited space, and the views of Downtown Cleveland are unparalleled. Also, if you're not a boater/sailor, they also do social memberships.

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I wish I could give this place a negative review. Laura (Karen basically lol), 'the manager', was so rude and screamed at multiple tables. I've never been more embarrassed to be at an establishment. So ridiculous for a club! Wish I could leave multiple bad reviews!

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If I could leave the restaurant zero stars, I would. Management is very unprofessional. A manager named Laura I believe (she had short red hair) was very rude and told the table next to us to "shut up". That is very unprofessional. Coming from a manager that was the worst possible way to approach an issue. Will be taking my business else where.

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Dining room, bar, pool side and patio food service available. Reasonable menus prices. Bar pub style food on regular menus with nicer specials in weekends. Closed most Mondays during the day. Service can be slow if you sit in a remote area, but walk up service in the bar is always available, prompt and efficient. On slow days sticking close to the menu basics is a good idea. On popular days everything can be good. Homemade soups and clam chowder. Big well prepared burgers and sandwiches. Several interesting salads and vegetarian selections. Special preparation requests are normally accommodated. Restaurant closes earlier than some other regular places. 8-9:00 depending on evening and time of year. Bar is always open. Stiff low priced drinks. Friendly people at lunch and dinner most night in bar. Easy place to be at for a meal or dinner alone.

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I'm not a member and I'm not a boater, so maybe I have no business writing a review, but I won't let that stop me. :-) A friend of mine is a member and every time I go, I'm struck by the friendliness and utter lack of pretension here. Drinks are stiff (albeit made with Paramount well). The food isn't great but the setting is. In the unlikely event that I ever had a boat, this is the kind of place I'd keep it.

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I love this place. My friend has a membership so we frequent the pool and restaurant. It has an amazing view of Cleveland and all the members are very friendly. The food is really good. They have a quite a variety of options from a club sandwich to seared tuna with seaweed salad. The pool is great. It is always kept clean and having a bar out there is great too. It's also a great location for families and kids.

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Came here to watch a regatta on a Sunday morning and stayed to watch the start of the Browns game with my friends. The little bar was sunny and lively as Clevelanders cheered on a victory over the Steelers on 2 flat screen TVs; I enjoyed a Bloody Mary, spin dip and chicken club sandwich on a pretzel bun (yum!). The spin dip was delicious and a very generous portion - our server brought us more pita without having to ask. This place is affordable and kind of like a little secret next to Edgewater Park. With the Metroparks taking over Whiskey Island too, I think this place will start to get noticed more. Cheap food, booze and some REALLY great Cleveland views!

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We sailed over to Edgewater to grab some lunch the other day. There was only one other couple eating there, but we seated ourselves and waited for a server. It must have been 15 minutes before somebody acknowledged us...and that was after one of us went inside to ask if anybody was going to help us. Finally somebody came with some menus (the same woman serving the other table, who had walked past us several times). After perusing the menu, I decided on some sort of avocado chicken wrap and chose the sweet potato fries as my side. The food didn't take too long, and I was pleasantly surprised with the quality. My wrap was very good, as were the sweet potato fries. The 2 stars is for the restaurant only...I may give it another shot, but it won't be first on the list.

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Edgewater Yacht Club to launch adult sailing classes for nonmembers

  • Updated: Feb. 20, 2020, 3:54 p.m. |
  • Published: Feb. 12, 2020, 8:48 a.m.

Kids and sailboats on Lake Erie

Kids prepare to compete in dinghies during Cleveland Race Week 2019.

  • Laura Johnston, cleveland.com

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Sailing can seem an elusive, exclusive, expensive sport. It’s intimidating, when boats can cost thousands of dollars and sailors have been tacking and jibing since childhood.

“That’s a really difficult barrier to break down,” said Dave Hein, head of Edgewater Yacht Club’s sailing program. “But it’s something I am working very hard to try to do.”

So Edgewater this summer will offer its first sailing lessons to adult non-members, in an effort to expand the sport.

“It’s been a hope of the club for a long time,” Hein said. “We are finally going to do it and bring some of our expertise from the junior sailing world into adult sailing.”

Update: Edgewater will not offer adult sailing classes in 2020.

Classes will likely use a small keel boat the same dinghies that kids 8 and up use in Edgewater’s junior sail camp. Lessons will be geared to the needs of the students -- are they brand new to the sport, or are they proficient sailors who want to learn racing tips?

The classes will give EYC members priority but be open to non-members as well, said Hein, a sailing coach who raced on the Jacksonville University sailing team and trained for the Olympics.

Each session is 3 weeks and will meet 1-4 p.m. Sundays 5-7 p.m. Wednesdays, weather permitting. The cost is $250 for members and $300 for non-members. Registration will open soon.

Hein, 23, started sailing at age 6 at Cleveland Yachting Club in Rocky River.

When he was a kid, junior sail teams were made up of kids whose parents also raced. Now, though, with summer camps and outreach programs like the Foundry , new families are trying out the sport.

“There are definitely more people who want to be on the water," he said. “We just have to figure out to give them better access and create programs that keep them engaged... If we can get more boats on the water, it’s more fun for everyone.”

The Foundry community rowing and sailing center has opened up sailing for kids, especially high school and college students, who sail out of Cleveland’s historic Coast Guard Station. Adults can sail on fall Sundays with the Foundry’s FROST series or the Tuesday night dinghy races.

But aside from classes through the Cleveland Metroparks, there hasn’t been many opportunities for adults to sail in Cleveland.

Hein hopes graduates of the Edgewater sailing classes could sail their own dinghies or link up with EYC members who need crew on bigger boats. Eventually he would also like to see the club run corporate team building sailing sessions and rent out boats for certified sailors.

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Edgewater Yacht Club

Us sailing sanctioned international offshore safety at sea course with hands-on training.

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6700 Cleveland Memorial Shoreway, Cleveland, OH 44102

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Registration deadline is April 19th

In person course work with hands on training will take place April 27th and April 28th, 2024 at Edgewater Yacht Club in Cleveland, OH and at nearby Cleveland State University. Training will include safety and seamanship suitable for inshore and offshore racing and cruising sailors as well as power boaters.

This course complies with ISAF Guidelines as well as World Sailing Offshore Personal Survival Course guidelines and includes a certificate.

  • SER Categories: 4.3.1 and 4.3.2
  • World Sailing OSR Categories: 0, 1 and 2
  • Certification is good for 5 years from the date of the course

Please reserve your seat now but check back often for updates as we finalize our schedule.

  • $400 (additional discounts apply for US Sailing and EYC members), plus $50 late fee after 4/21/2024

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The Edgewater Yacht Club address is 6700 Cleveland Memorial Shoreway, Cleveland, OH 44102. EYC members may park inside the gate, but please remember to leave your keys in the car it may need to be moved in case a boat needs launched. Non-members are asked to park along the western fence, conveniently located just north of the EYC gatehouse / entrance.

We have a lot on the agenda this weekend, which you can view by clicking the link below:

Safety At Sea Event Schedule

We start at 8:00AM sharp on Saturday morning, so please don't be late. For your conveinence, check-in starts at 7:15AM.

We also want to remind everyone to bring the following items:

  • Credit Card (EYC has a full service bar and restaurant available to non-members)
  • Refillable water bottle
  • Leather Gloves for flare demo (optional)
  • Please make sure to have your life jackets with you on Saturday, as we will be inspecting some, if not all, during lunch.
  • Full foul weather gear including boots
  • Dry bag with change of clothes
  • Bag for wet clothing

The forecast (see below) for being outdoors Saturday is in the mid-60's, so please plan to dress accordingly.

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Sheila mccurdy.

Sheila has been sailing since she was three months old, accumulating over 125,000 offshore miles, 11 transoceanic crossings, and 19 Newport Bermuda Races. She has plenty of stories to tell.

She has helped countless sailors prepare for safe offshore sailing through US Sailing training and Safety at Sea programs, and has been a Safety at Sea moderator and instructor for 20 years. She was a sailing advisor for the U.S. Naval Academy for two decades.

Sheila is a past commodore of the Cruising Club of America and is presently writing the history of the 100-year-old club. She has also served as a U.S. delegate to World Sailing and as a trustee of the Storm Trysail Club and New York Yacht Club where she is a member of the Race Committee.

She has had her share of trophies and awards including finishing second overall, twice, and second in class three times in the Newport Bermuda Race on her boat Selkie which her father, the yacht designer Jim McCurdy, designed for himself. She received the NWSA Leadership in Women’s Sailing Award in 2018.

Sheila has a Master of Marine Affairs degree from the University of Rhode Island and a 100-ton Merchant Marine license. She lives with her husband David Brown in Middletown, R.I. 

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Awesome open water Highlander sailing on Lake Erie.  Highlander Fleet 14, founded in 1958, is based out of Edgewater Yacht Club and Whiskey Island Marina in Downtown Cleveland.  The Highlander was displayed at the first Cleveland Boat Show held in 1958.  Fleet 14 is one of the oldest racing fleets still racing on Lake Erie.  Club racing is every Wednesday evening and Sunday mornings from Memorial Day weekend through September.

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Steve Merriam is the co-fleet captain out of Edgewater Yacht Club and Gary Vinicky is the co-fleet captain out of Whiskey Island.

Sailing a Highlander is a wonderful outdoor adventure for young and old.  It is exciting, challenging, fun and comparatively inexpensive. It is a sport that brings together people of all ages and all walks of life with a common interest and provides an opportunity to build lifelong friendships.  If you ever thought you might be interested in sailing and becoming a member of a sailing club, Highlander Fleet 14 would like to invite you, your family and friends to come sail with us.  Fleet14 is a great support group willing to share ideas – no secrets.

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Racing the Highlander is highly recommended.  In the racing environment, your boat handling skills leaving the dock, out in open water and returning to the dock will improve exponentially compared to cruising around by yourself.  Fleet 14 is a marvelous support group that hangs around after each race discussing what occurred out on the water in an atmosphere of camaraderie.  Also, a racing environment offers safety in numbers.  We should be up to 25 boats in 2011.

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Welcome to North Coast Women's Sailing Association

Ncwsa empowers women to become more actively involved in sailboat racing through regattas and clinics, and to create a spirit of good fellowship among members.

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Hosted by Edgewater Yacht Club , NCWSA provides scheduled races, educational meetings, and social events throughout the year. Although NCWSA is dedicated to the development and training of women sailors, NCWSA encourages men to be active in coaching, training, race committee, and other supportive roles.

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When will cleanup of the Cuyahoga River Old Channel begin?

C LEVELAND, Ohio – A section of the Cuyahoga River Old Channel is slated to be dredged starting next year to remove toxins that have been buried in sediment there for several decades.

The project, led by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, has been in planning stages for years, delayed in part by discussions over the scope of the work to be done, including whether a former graving dock connected to the channel should be part of the cleanup.

As it stands, the plan is to remove about 100,000 cubic yards of contaminated sediment from the Old Channel and place it in a containment lagoon operated by the Port of Cleveland, said Kali Denis, who is managing the project for the U.S. EPA.

The project has three phases. The first is to construct a containment basin at the Port of Cleveland that will receive the dredged sediment. That work will begin later this year.

The second is to fully remove contaminated sediment from the middle, or navigation portion, of the Old Channel from the Cargill dock to the western end of the channel. That work will begin in 2025 and completed in three cycles ending in 2026.

The first two phases will cost $23 million, with the federal government kicking in $15 million and the Port of Cleveland and the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District covering the remainder through in-kind contributions.

A third phase slated to begin in late 2026 does not yet have a price tag. It calls for the partial removal of sediment near the edges of the Old Channel around Channel Park Marina and the Olde River Yacht Club . What toxic sediment that can’t be dredged will be capped, Denis said.

Contaminants in the sediment include polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, or PAHs, which are typically remnants of industrial activity, as well as polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs, as well as oil, grease, cadmium, lead and “a little bit of mercury,” she said.

Issue of contention

The EPA recently held a public hearing in Cleveland to provide an update on the project.

One issue of contention has been whether an old graving dock should be included in the federally funded project. A graving dock is an area that can be drained of water – so that a boat can be worked on – and then refilled so the boat can float out.

Great Lakes Towing, which is located on the Old Channel, would like it to be included. The company wants to acquire the dock from the city of Cleveland, fill it in, and construct a fabrication building on top that would allow for work to be done on vessels under cover year around, said Robert Zadkovich, vice president of business development at Great Lakes Towing . The company operates the tugs that work the river and builds and maintains various other boats.

The EPA, however, has balked at Great Lakes’ request.

“It’s something we’ve gone round and round on,” Zadkovich said.

Denis said the former graving dock is not part of the project because Great Lakes want to fill it in and develop it, and that’s more of an economic development goal than an environmental goal and therefore doesn’t qualify for assistance under the federal authority granting the cleanup dollars.

She said if the project is included later, it would have to be remediated differently.

Why remediate Old Channel?

Remediating the Old Channel is a necessary step to eventually have the Cuyahoga River de-listed as an “ Area of Concern ” under the auspices of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement between the United States and Canada.

It was classified as such in 1987 because of the extreme degradation of the river. But it has made remarkable progress since then, with several problem areas having already been addressed, but with still several more still to go.

Specifically, the dredging would address harm that has been done to the benthos, which is the aquatic life at the bottom of the channel.

The Cuyahoga River Area of Concern includes 46.5 miles of the river from the Gorge Dam near Akron to Lake Erie, as well as watersheds that feed the river and nearshore Lake Erie from Edgewater Park to Euclid.

Another problem area that still needs attention is repairing the fish habitat of the river, although just last month the Ohio Department of Natural Resources stocked the main river with steelhead trout for the first time.

But while the main river is dredged on a regular basis to allow for boats to safely navigate the river, the section of the Old Channel to be remediated has not be dredged since the 1940s, and the pollutants have been in the sediment for decades, harming the benthos, which provides food for fish.

“We’re basically doing to the Old Channel what has been done regularly to the main channel,” said Elaine Price, an environmental specialist with the Cuyahoga County Planning Commission and a member of the Cuyahoga River Area of Concern Advisory Committee.

And that’s important, Price said, because the Old Channel is connected to the main river and there’s every reason to believe that as fish return to the river, they will want to hang out in the Old Channel as well.

The companies responsible for the contamination of the Old Channel are long gone and the businesses there are not held responsible for the pollution, Denis said, which is why the government is putting up the money for the dredging.

Peter Krouse writes about the environment for cleveland.com and The Plain Dealer. He can be reached at [email protected] .

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    Registration deadline is April 19th. In person course work with hands on training will take place April 27th and April 28th, 2024 at Edgewater Yacht Club in Cleveland, OH and at nearby Cleveland State University. Training will include safety and seamanship suitable for inshore and offshore racing and cruising sailors as well as power boaters.

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    Edgewater Yacht Club, Inc. 6700 Memorial Shoreway NW Cleveland, Ohio 44102. Yard / Service / Gas Dock: 216-281-1518 Office: 216-281-6470 Bar: 216-281-2441 Guard: 216-281-5013 Pool: 216-281-1091. visit us on Facebook : In memory of Dr. Daniel Van Heeckeren. Sep 04, 2023 Notice of Race ...

  18. Edgewater Yacht Club Restaurant Info and Reservations

    Edgewater Yacht Club 6700 Cleveland Memorial Shoreway, Cleveland OH 44102 $$ American. Reservations Edgewater Yacht Club Reservations (216) 281-6470. Date. Time Party Size ...

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    6700 Memorial Shoreway NW. Cleveland , OH 44102. Website : highlanderfleet14.com. Telephone: 216-281-6470. Fleet Captain: Steve Merriam. Steve Merriam is the co-fleet captain out of Edgewater Yacht Club and Gary Vinicky is the co-fleet captain out of Whiskey Island. Sailing a Highlander is a wonderful outdoor adventure for young and old.

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    63°F. Sun. 68°F. 57°F. Mon. 64°F. 57°F. Hosted by Edgewater Yacht Club, NCWSA provides scheduled races, educational meetings, and social events throughout the year. Although NCWSA is dedicated to the development and training of women sailors, NCWSA encourages men to be active in coaching, training, race committee, and other supportive roles.

  21. When will cleanup of the Cuyahoga River Old Channel begin?

    The second is to fully remove contaminated sediment from the middle, or navigation portion, of the Old Channel from the Cargill dock to the western end of the channel. That work will begin in 2025 ...