At 8:08p 07/11/16 : 82.8F, wind ESE at 32.2 kt, pressure 30.124in & Rising Slowly

27°54.47 N — 82°27.09 W
1315 Severn Ave. Tampa, FL 33606
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The Davis Island Yacht Club is a private, member-owned yacht club situated at the south end of Davis Islands in Tampa, Florida. The club sponsors a heavy schedule of sailing races, an active cruising fleet and a strong youth sailing organization.

"The principal purpose of the Club shall be to promote sailing in all its forms, to form a social nucleus with activities for people primarily interested in sailing, to develop and maintain active relationships with other sailing organizations, to promote racing and cruising for pure enjoyment, to promote safety on the water-ways, and to foster a spirit of good fellowship and helpfulness."



News & Events

Halloween Regatta - 29 Oct

If you missed it last year, you do not want to miss it this year. Costumes on and off the water didn’t distract from great competition, but they definitely added smiles. Read more

Dore Drake Regatta - 12 Nov

The Dore Drake Regatta grew from the long running DIYC Bikini Cup. Long time members may remember John Condrick who was known for having an all-female crew, teaching them sailing and racing. In 1978, John Condrick donated what became our perpetual trophy and the race was renamed to the Dore Drake after his wife. Read more

Egmont Key Race - 19 Nov

2016 marks the 81st anniversary of the oldest running sailboat race on the west coast of Florida! The Davis Island Egmont Key race is both a DIYC and Suncoast BOTY event. There is short course for smaller boats that will stay inside the Skyway Bridge, but still offer a challenging course. The long course will go “around” Egmont key, once again qualifying the race for the prestigious Wall perpetual trophy. Read more


Full Moon Series - 10 Nov / 9 Mar

Continue the Thursday Night sailing tradition through the Winter months with a full moon sail on Tampa Bay. Read more