Welcome to Tammany Yacht Club!


During the month of February we are waiving the initial membership fee.  You don’t have to own a boat to join. We have several events on and off the water including parties, dances, wine tastings and good ole fashioned happy hour.  A great place to socialize with friends that enjoy life on and around the water!

February 20 at TYC 6:30 PM

Buy one get one from 5 – 7 PM


Sausage Jambalaya
 Green beans and potatoes
Corn Souffle  
Crusty French Bread
King Cake and Cookies

$5 / Food prepared for 25-30 get your ticket upon arrival

Mark Your Calendar!

6 March 2020
Potluck and Pics

We are putting together a pictorial directory this year.  Friday, March 6, 2020 from 5:00 PM to 7 PM we will enjoy a potluck dinner and PICTURE session along with completion of the contact form. Club provides the main dish and membership brings the sides or dessert.  No charge for the evening beyond your covered dish.  There will be half-priced drinks at the bar. Come and help us create a meaningful directory so we can recognize each other, communicate with each other and patronize each other’s businesses when appropriate!

Summertime is approaching!

Get those kids out of the house!

Click here to learn more about our Summer Sailing Program

Sailors take note! The TYC “T” mark has been replaced in its original location.

The “C” mark has been replaced and relocated to N 30 11.854 / W 89 49.164

The “Y” mark has been replaced and relocated to N 30 11.308 / W 89 49.448

Tammany Yacht Club is located on the north shore of beautiful Lake Pontchartrain in Slidell, Louisiana. It was granted a charter on July 25, 1980. Within a year, it had been welcomed into the Gulf Yachting Association and enjoys full reciprocal arrangements with member clubs along the Gulf coast from Florida to Texas.

In the fall of 1990, Tammany Yacht Club moved from its Bayou Liberty Location to its current location at Oak Harbor, Slidell, LA. Tammany Yacht Club strives in its quest for a better understanding of the art and science of yachting as a wholesome sport, the promotion of seamanship, the promotion of boat and yacht racing, and the enjoyment of the fellowship that these activities foster.