About the LPRC
The Lake Pontchartrain Racing Circuit was established in 1985 by the four Gulf Yachting Association affiliated clubs: New Orleans Yacht Club, Southern Yacht Club, Pontchartrain Yacht Club, and Tammany Yacht Club. The event was, and continues to be, a milestone of cooperation between these organizations. The intention was to hold a series of races on Lake Pontchartrain to determine an area champion and establish a regatta that would eventually grow to an event of national prominence.
The records of the Southern Yacht Club trace its history back to the club's founding in the Gulf Coast resort town of Pass Christian, Mississippi in the year 1849. Only the venerable New York Yacht club can document an earlier founding date. As such, SYC is proud to bear the mantle of second oldest yacht club in the United States. It all began with the first club house constructed in 1872. Later a second clubhouse built in 1899 was extensively enlarged and renovated in 1920, but by 1949 it had deteriorated and was replaced by a modern, concrete and steel structure. This third building was expanded in the 1960's and 1980's and another major expansion was to begin in 2005.
Location: 105 North Roadway, New Orleans LA 70124-1633
Club Email: email@example.com
The New Orleans Yacht Club was founded in 1949 and is dedicated to further the sport of Yacht racing, marine safety and seamanship. Located in New Orleans’ historic West End overlooking the marinas and Lake Pontchartrain, NOYC has over the course of its 60 year history counted among its membership many national, international, and Olympic champions and today is represented by many more. Having won 10 GYA Challenge Cups alone, NOYC is a well respected club that is known for its casual, if not laid-back attitude and friendly atmosphere. More info can be found by visiting NOYC.org.
Location: 403 N Roadway St., New Orleans, LA 70124-1639
Phone: (504) 283-2581
Club Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Pontchartrain Yacht Club, founded in 1967, is a member of the Gulf Yachting Association and the United States Sailing Association. Situated on a three acre waterfront site, Pontchartrain Yacht Club is in Mandeville’s historic Lakeshore district. The grounds offer an unobstructed view of Lake Pontchartrain. Cast off from the launch area and you are sailing in open water in less than five minutes!
Location: 1501 Lakeshore Dr, Mandeville, La 70448
Phone: 985 626-3192
Club Email: email@example.com
Tammany Yacht Club is located on the northshore of beautiful Lake Pontchartrain in Slidell, Louisiana. It was granted a charter on July 25, 1980. Within a year, it had been welcomed into the Gulf Yachting Association and enjoys full reciprocal arrangements with member clubs along the Gulf coast from Florida to Texas. In the fall of 1990, Tammany Yacht Club moved from its’ Bayou Liberty Location to its current location at Oak Harbor, Slidell. Tammany Yacht Club strives in its quest for a better understanding of the art and science of yachting as a wholesome sport, the promotion of seamanship, the promotion of boat and yacht racing, and the enjoyment of the fellowship that these activities foster.
Location: 1196 Harbor Drive Slidell, LA
Club email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mailing Address: Tammany Yacht Club P.O. Box 1038 Slidell, LA 70459