Light House Island (LHI)

The Island is home to the Minnetonka Yacht Club and Lake Minnetonka Sailing School. Transportation to LHI is provided by Yacht Club pontoons one hour before and after races. The pontoons leave regularly from Carson Bay Facility and Park Avenue Landing. Shuttle service is also provided for social events and regattas. Picnic grounds and restrooms are available on the Island. “Grill and Chill” dinner buffets are served Wednesday evenings after races. The clubhouse and island are available for rental by members on a limited basis. Please contact the Club Manager for dates and details.  The grounds are not available to Yacht Club guests and private parties when sailing school is in session.


Carson Bay Facility (CBF)

MYC’s year-round office is located in a restored historic building at 19800 Minnetonka Boulevard in Deephaven. Rental slips and buoys are located at the sight. Parking is available for members who store boats at CBF. MYC burgee stickers are required for vehicles while parked at CBF. Open parking for members is allowed for social events if space is available. There is street parking nearby for cars with Deephaven Parking stickers. Cars without parking stickers may park in the City Hall parking lot or the parking area near the platform tennis courts.

Crane use: Maximum capacity for the crane is 4000 pounds. Family, Couple, Senior and Junior members may use the crane for no charge. Associate members will be billed $50 for each use. Public launches are available to the public at $50, cash or check, due at the time of launch. Public launches are by appointment only. You may call the main office 952-474-4457 to arrange for launch. MEMBERS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO PROVIDE PUBLIC, NON-MEMBER YACHT LAUNCHES.


Tahoe (Bug) Island

Transportation to Bug Island is provided by the Yacht Club pontoons one hour before and after races. A club owned rowboat may be used during non-race times. The island provides dry storage of boats during the sailing season. Lifts must be approved by the Bug Island manager and must have the owner’s name on the lift in a location that can be read from the island. Each spring and fall Bug Islanders assemble to walk all the scow and X Boat lifts into and out of the water. Participation of the Islanders is mandatory in this cooperative effort.

Further details for all sites may be found in the Club Program.