Permitted: shorts, T-shirts and denim.
Not permitted: tank tops, cut-offs, wet suits, foul weather gear, soiled work clothing, bathing suits and wet clothing.
Clippership: Classy Casual Attire
Not permitted: shorts, tank tops, T-shirts, foul weather gear, cut-offs, sportswear and flip-flops.
Main Dining Room: Formal Attire
Jackets are required for gentlemen and comparable dress for ladies.
Not permitted: shorts, tank tops, T-shirts, foul weather gear, cut-offs, sportswear and flip-flops
Requested at some Club events
For yachtsmen: Navy blue jacket, long-sleeved, button-down shirt, Club tie, blazer crest or lapel pin
For yachtswomen: Navy blue jacket, long-sleeved, button-down shirt, Club ladies' scarf, blazer crest or lapel pin
Notes On Attire In Clubhouse
- Gentlemen are not permitted to wear hats anywhere in the Clubhouse.
- Members are responsible for informing their guests about the Club's dress code and for encouraging their compliance.
- Dress becomes more formal later in the day. After 6:00pm, gentlemen are strongly encouraged to wear jackets and ladies should wear the equivalent dress.
- During the day, jackets and long trousers are generally appropriate.
- A shirt must be worn at all times.
- Shorts are never appropriate attire for the Main Dining Room or Clippership Room.
- Never permitted anywhere in the Clubhouse except en route to and in the locker rooms are: tank tops, cut-offs, wetsuits, foul weather gear, dirty work clothing, bathing suits or wet clothing.
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