Quayside Yacht Club (QYC) is located on the northwestern section of Lake Winnipesaukee, near Long Island Bridge. The view overlooks the northern part of the Broads, with Five and Six mile Islands in the foreground, and Bear Island in the background.  Originally the docks and a small building were part of Trexler’s Marina.  In 1986, 125 docks were sold by Trexler’s to form a condominium arrangement with Quayside Yacht Club.

Since that time many renovations have been made to the Clubhouse and pavilion area.  Over the past 2 years, the Club has been renovating the main dock sections and hope to complete the project this winter.  The effort to keep the Club in a prime condition is an ongoing endeavor which is shared by Members and Directors alike.



The Club is organized exclusively for educational and recreational purposes, and particularly without limiting the generality of the foregoing: To encourage the sport of boating; to promote the science of seamanship and navigation; to provide and maintain a suitable clubhouse or bathhouse and anchorage for the use and recreation of its members; to promote and encourage a better understanding of the laws of boating and the enforcement thereof; to promote cooperation and association with other similar clubs and organizations in and around Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire in order to further improve the safe, recreational use of said Lake; to promote the further development of the recreational and sport facilities of the Lake Winnipesaukee area; and to provide for the mutual assistance, enjoyment, entertainment, and improvement of its members socially and physically by encouraging them to participate in some form of marine activities.