Who We Are
The Smithtown Bay Yacht Club is a private, not-for-profit, member owned cooperative club, with approximately 150 member families. SBYC is located on the north shore of Long Island (N 40º55.319’ W073º10.038’) near the southeast corner of Smithtown Bay. For turfers, you will find us tucked away on a quiet and picturesque peninsula called Long Beach in the Village of Nissequogue, in the Township of Smithtown. The Club has a clubhouse and a marina, both of which have recently been expanded and modernized.
Our website is dedicated to promoting safe and pleasurable boating for our members and indeed all boaters. We hope to keep you informed, interested and entertained. Because after all, boating is for the fun of it. You are invited to surf the pages of our website, which you can reach through the menu items at the top of this pages.
Our Marina is located on the south side of the clubhouse adjacent to the Smithtown Marina, where there is a fueling station, pump-out station, boat launching ramps and snack bar. Both marinas are on the north shore of the Porpoise Channel of Stony Brook Harbor. Our marina has 108 slips for boats up to 35 feet long with up to 13 foot beams. All slips are assigned to members and are occupied for the boating season. Each slip is supplied with water and electric and all slips are protected under the watchful eye of video surveillance. For the fishermen, there is a fish cleaning station and a bait freezer. And, there is ample parking for members and guests.