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TIYC Club History

2016 – Commodore: William Smith


TIYC Celebrates its 50th Anniversary!

June 4th the club relocates from Bldg 298 (66 Clipper Cove Way)
to Historic Building 2 (300 Clipper Cove Way).

TIYC-50-ico

Anniversary Burgee Design by Jim Aberer, Commodore 1998-1999.

Invitation-50thAnniversary (May 21, 2016 at Casa de la Vista)

Pictures from the TIYC 50th Anniversary Celebration are posted on the web. Click the link to view in a new window.

2015 – Commodore: Steve Lane

2014 – Commodore: Atta Pilram

2013 – Commodore: Russell Breed
(Americas Cup in San Francisco)

2012 – Commodore: Jerry Huff
(TIYC Hosted US Sailing One Day Race Management Seminar)

2011 – Commodore: Matt Farnsworth

2010 – Commodore: Rich Ahlf

2009 – Commodore: Russell Breed

2008 – Commodore: A. J. Desmond Thorsson

2007 – Commodore: Reginald Smith

2006 – Commodore: Frederick C. Gibson

2005 – Commodore: Earl W. Ansley

 

2004 – Commodore: Sandra Aberer

2003 – Commodore: R. Kent Brewer

2002 – Commodore: R. Kent Brewer

2001 – Commodore: Harlan Van Wye
(back to base on Treasure Island!)

2000 – Commodore: Harlan Van Wye
(Still looking for a home)

1999 – Commodore: James Aberer
(Still without a home)

  • JIBE-1999-11&12 (November 10th, Almar presents plans for developing the marina)
  • JIBE-1999-07 (1st Annual Schreiber Cup, fun “race” between TIYC & OYC)

1998 – Commodore: James Aberer
(A club without a home)

  • JIBE-1998-10 (Bldg 183, becomes the “Crossroads Café By The Bay” run by Delancy Street)
  • JIBE-1998-07 (“There Ain’t No Going Back!”)

1997  – Commodore: James Brown

1996 – Commodore: C. Gordon Strom
(TI Reuse Planning – will TIYC manage/lease/operate or own the TI Marina?)

1995 – Commodore: John Miller

1994 – Commodore: Robert Wilcox

1993 – Commodore: John Miller

1992 – Commodore: Robert Marshall

1991 – Commodore: Jess Burch

1990 – Commodore: Robert Becker

1989 – Commodore: Arthur Eggers

1988 – Commodore: Robert S. Schreiber

1987 – Commodore: Thomas Carrier

1986 – Commodore: CDR Dennis A Crosby, USN

1985 – Commodore: Felix A. Conte
(Incorporated as Treasure Island Yacht Club, Inc. – March 12, 1985)

1984 – Commodore: George Knies

1983 – Commodore: Jon Stiegelmeyer

1982 – Commodore: Brooks Wilson    

1981 – Commodore: Rand Wilson

TIYC Burgee 1982

 

1980 – Commodore: Linus Miller

1979 – Commodore: Carl Langston

1978 – Commodore: Perry Brandes

1977 – Commodore: Scott McKay / Tom Carrier

  • JIBE-1977-12 – Proposed Name change to Treasure Island Yacht Club (bring in power boats)

1976 – Commodore: Dan Gabe
(Treasure Island Sailing Club)

1975 – Commodore: John Harrison

1974 – Commodore: Arlene Cimeigh

1973 – Commodore: Paul Snyder

1972 – Commodore: Lloyd Hyde

1971 – Commodore: Lloyd Hyde

1970 – Commodore: John Hewell

1969 – Commodore: John McNay Taylor

1968 – Commodore: John McNay Taylor

1967 – Commodore: John McNay Taylor
August 2, 1967 dedication of new clubhouse

TI Club’s Burgee
The Burgee of the Club is a pennant with a blue field and a gold horizontal stripe running from the hoist to the point, the gold stripe having a vertical [height] equal to one-fourth the vertical height of the hoist. The [ratio] of the hoist to the fly is two to three.”  from the Masthead 1967

1966 – Commodore: John McNay Taylor
(The Special Services Marina was Established April 20, 1966 and the club’s first clubhouse was on the dock.)

Prior to 1966 – Information obtained from  “The Masthead” in the National Archives.
Originally known as The Treasure Island Sailing Activity (TISA) – Established in July 1965.

“[October 1965,] members of Sailing Clubs and Activities from Alameda, Hunters Point, Mare Island, and Treasure Island participated in the first meeting of the Bay Area Navy Sailing Association (BANSA) for the standardization of qualifications and promotion of sailing activities. Racing competition with member activities and civilian small yacht racing clubs will be scheduled through this association for those desiring to participate.”