Vessel Safety Examinations
The Coast Guard Auxiliary will be conducting vessel safety examinations on Saturday, March 18, 2017 from 8:00 a.m. through 12:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. through 5:00 p.m. This is a great opportunity to make sure all safety items are in place prior to the boating season! If you are unable to make it on March 18th and would like to schedule an appointment with the Coast Guard Auxiliary, please contact Pat at: email@example.com or Phil at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Time Lapse Sunrise at Inlet Watch – Danny Wood
Our own Danny Wood has created an incredible time-lapse video of the sunrise at Inlet Watch. Once he sent me a link to the video I asked if he would mind if we posted a link to it on our website. Inlet Watch can be a very busy place and sometimes we forget to stop and look at the beauty all around us. I think Danny’s video certainly pulls things back into perspective and allows us to appreciate all that we have here! To see this video, please click on the following YouTube link: Danny Wood’s Video
Before & After Pictures of Inlet Watch – The Start of It All
Recently we had a visit from Mr. Phillip Burns, one of the two men who started what is now Inlet Watch Yacht Club. The first pictures are before construction even began in 1974; the others are pictures after the side basin was created in 1984. We thought everyone would enjoy the feeling of nostalgia!
News & Events
The Fisherman’s Post “2017 Inshore Championship” will be hosted by Inlet Watch Yacht Club on October 6, 2017 through October 8, 2017. For more information, please email Gary Hurley or click on the following link to visit their website: The Fisherman’s Post.
For pictures from the previous Fisherman’s Post Inshore Championships hosted by Inlet Watch Yacht Club, please see the pictures below for all the festivities, and check out that monster flounder (over 11 lbs.)! Also, take a look at the beautiful hand-made boat from Masonboro Skiff Company – made from scratch onsite at Inlet Watch Yacht Club!
Downloadable Documents & Resources
IWYC Dues Online Payment Portal
Starting December 1, 2012, IWYC slip owners will have an added option in paying their dues: online! By clicking on the BB&T Association Services link below, you’ll be forwarded to their website and will have the option to pay via ACH Debit from your checking account, eCheck, or from an assortment of major credit cards. Another great feature will be the option of setting up recurring payments (ACH Debit) from your checking account. This way, payments can be set up at one time to take care of the entire year! Finally, our slip owners will also have the option of making their IWYC dues payments at the counter or drive-thru of any BB&T bank.
Carolina Beach Inlet Association
Below you will find an application for membership within the Carolina Beach Inlet Association. This association is dedicated to the protection of the Carolina Beach Inlet, as well as all other shallow-draft inlets in North Carolina. For more information, please contact Robert Schoonmaker.