The Yacht Club is located on the second floor, Ocean side, of the Fish House and includes
- Ocean Side, Outdoor Porch with a not so far Boston view
- Club Room & Bar,
- Function Room & Bar
- Free Wi-fi
- Pool Table
- 60″ HD TV
- Jukebox 150,000 songs
- Guest Moorings
- Free Parking
CURRENT BAR HOURS (Sports Events May Change Times).
Thursdays, 7-11 pm
Fridays, 7-11 pm
Saturdays, 7-11 pm
Sundays, 3-7 pm
Interested in bartending? Special requests? Questions?
Contact a club officer or board member.
‘Water Taxi’ Launch Service
Runs 7 days a week from May through September with diesel powered tenders.
- “Ranger II”
SYC Prams – 2 available for members use.
The Fish House, at Humphrey Street on Fisherman’s Beach, is the only municipal fish house on the East Coast. Built in 1896 on land taken by eminent domain, the Fish House was built to consolidate the many fishing structures that stretched along the oceanfront obscuring views of the ocean and subtracting from the area’s appeal. At that time, Swampscott depended on its summer industry of tourists, hotels and estate residents who stayed from May to September each year. The town’s forefathers decided that building one municipal Fish House, where lockers would be rented to fishermen, would help rid the town of the fishing shanties. Today, the Fish House is an historic building and part of the National Register of historic places (David W. Brewin).