Privateer Yacht Club - Chattanooga, Tennessee
2018 Women's North American Championship (NAC)
This national event will determine the Flying Scot Women's North American Champion.
September 14-16, 2018
We have 16 skippers already signed up.
Are you a skipper looking for crew?
Or are you crew looking for a skipper?
Lynn Bruss is our match maker for this event.
Drop Lynn a line with your details. She'll do her best to match you up.
Lynn Bruss: [email protected]
Privateer Yacht Club
NAC Promo Video
Privateer Yacht Club is located on beautiful Lake Chickamauga in Hixson, Tennessee just a few miles up river from Chattanooga, Tennessee. Our sailing venue is a 1 mile wide by 5 mile long stretch of river allowing for courses to be set with any given wind direction. PYC's Clubhouse was built new in 2014. Our expansive deck directly overlooks the sailing area making our regattas fun for sailors and spectators.
You can find us easily with any cell phone navigation app.
Search for: "Privateer Yach Club Hixson, Tennessee"
Our address is:
4713 Privateer Road
Hixson, Tennessee 37343
If interested in chartering a boat, please contact Tom Clark for more information. Email: [email protected]
Our clubhouse is equiped with hot showers, TV, and a kitchen.
A few club members have spare rooms available and are willing to host for the weekend.
If you would like to be hosted by a PYC Member, please contact Patricia Fowler via email: [email protected]
Hotels are plentiful in Chattanooga.
Here are 3 recommended hotels within a 10 minute drive of the club:
1920 Hamill Road, Hixson, Tennessee, 37343, USA
4820 Hixson Pike, Hixson, Tennessee 37343
LaQuinta - Chattanooga
5000 New Country DriveHixson, TN 37343
Things To Do In Chattanooga
Chattanooga is Vibrant.
Privateer Yacht Club is planning lots of activities for your stay here. However, if you would like to explore Chattanooga, there are plenty of activities away from the club..
The showcase of our downtown experience is the Walnut Street Pedestrian Bridge linking North Chattanooga with the bustling Bluff View District.
On the North Shore, visit Coolidge Park to throw Frisbee or have a picnic. Once you've explored the quaint shops and galleries on Frazier Avenue, use the 1/2 mile walking bridge to reach the south side of the river. Here, you will find the Hunter Museum of American Art. The Bluff View has Art Galleries and "Tony's" one of the city's best pasta restaurants. Stop in to Rembrandt's Coffee Shop for a huge selection of pastries and chocolate.
If you haven't had enough excitement on the water sailing, buy a pass for High Point Climbing Gym. No Experience Necessary. They will harness you and let you loose on their climbing wall. Really a lot of fun.
After your arms ache from climbing, drop into Big River Grille for a cold, locally brewed beer along with your steak, seafood, or burger.
If you're feeling even MORE adventurous, Chattanooga is home to some of the best mountain biking and hiking trails in the Eastern U.S. We also have Hang Gliding, Caving, Kayaking & Paddle Boarding.
Whatever your area of interest, ask a club member and we will be sure to point you in the right direction.
Registration and Payment
Once you have have submitted your registration form, scroll down for online payment options.
Registration of $75 includes a weekend meal plan for skipper and 1 crew member.
Additional meal plans for additional crew and guests are $40 each.
(You will eat very well this weekend!!!)