|The Marianas Yacht Club is located on the U.S. Pacific island Territory of Guam, Norrthern Marianas Islands. The U.S. Territory of Guam is the Western-most United States port of call in the Pacific. Located approximately 3,300 miles West of Hawaii, 1,500 miles East of the Philippines and 1,550 miles South of Japan, Guam is an ideal rest and provisioning stopover for sailors and yachtsmen cruising throughout the Northern and Western Pacific. Although selections are a bit limited and prices can be a bit higher than mainland USA due to shipping costs, Guam is a true patch of American soil with American Post Offices, legal system, banks, grocery stores, shopping centers and even a K-Mart. Add in the fact that Guam is a truuly cosmopolitan community of American, Japanese, Filipino, Korean, Chinese, Australian and native Chamoro cultures and quizines make Guam a great stopover location.|
|The Marianas Yacht Club welcomes visiting sailors and yachtsmen from around the World and offers temporary recriprocal membership privileges for up to two weeks to members in good-standng of recognized clubs. Below are a few of the facilities and priviledges available. For more information, CLICK HERE to visit the Marianas Yacht Club Official Web Site.|
|Moorings||Races and regatas||Canteen|
|Tender parking||Showers||Mail holding|
Visiting yachts must clear Guam customs and immigration at Apra Harbor. All non-U.S. citizens entering Guam by yacht MUST HAVE A U.S. VISA. Visiting yachts are usually directed to proceed to MYC and crews are usually permitted to go ashore to await clearance. However, Apra Harbour is shared by the commercial port and the U. S. Navy, so Yachts are advised again to contact Port Control and not to disembark without permission.