The Future Is Written On The Water
Published: Wednesday, February 12, 2020
A fixture on Lake Erie since 1928, Mentor Harbor Yachting Club is currently accepting applications for all levels of membership. Mentor Harbor is a multi-generational, family oriented club as well as a premier cruising destination for boaters from around the world. Our harbor features floating docks, which leave us unaffected by uncooperative lake levels, and is protected from adverse weather conditions as well.
Our diverse membership includes young families, singles, national competitors, casual boaters, and everything in between. For non-boaters, there is plenty to enjoy. Our club offers a pool, private beach, exceptional dining, and a broad variety of social activities year-round.
Mentor Harbor’s much heralded Crow’s Nest Sail Camp provides children a safe, supervised environment to learn sailing skills, water safety, swimming, seamanship, and competitive sailing. MHYC provides an ideal place for all generations to make memories together through family-friendly events like pool parties, cookouts, all-age parties, and holiday celebrations galore!
Our views and venues are unmatched on Lake Erie and our dedicated full-time management and staff are on hand to provide gracious attentive service to you and your family and friends across all areas of the club. Be it a private picnic in the park-like setting of our East Beach, a casual poolside lunch, cocktails in our cantilevered lounge, or a sunset meal on the patio, our diverse options will excite and delight you. In addition to scheduled events and ala carte dining, our facilities are available to you for weddings, corporate meetings, showers, and formal events. Large or small, elegant or casual, banquet or cookout, we have the venue, the desire, and the know-how to host you, your family, and guests for any special occasion!
We invite you to visit our Club and consider a membership at Mentor Harbor Yachting Club at a level that fulfills your social and boating needs.
Please call (440) 257-7214 or email [email protected] to learn more.
This article first appeared in the Winter Issue (Jan/Feb) 2020 of Great Lakes Scuttlebutt magazine.