Other Information

Please see the information below for more information about the Watch Hill area, sailing information, the WH Sailing Association and more.

Watch Hill Yacht Club Sailing Association

The Watch Hill Yacht Club Sailing Association was established in 2006 by members of the Watch Hill Yacht Club as a nonprofit philanthropic community outreach initiative. Today, the Sailing Association functions as an independent nonprofit 501(c)(3) with its own separate Board of Directors.  The collaboration between the WHYC Board and its membership has been instrumental in the success of the Sailing Association.

The WHYCSA currently owns and maintains Blue Bell and she continues to be an integral part of the WH 15 fleet.  Blue Bell competes regularly and competitively in the Wednesday night and Saturday WH15 races throughout the summer. Junior and amateur non-members sailors are encouraged to be part of her crew.


Eastern Connecticut Sailing Association

The Easter Connecticut Sailing Association or ECSA promotes adult and junior sailing and encourages participation amongst 40 clubs from Bridgeport, CT to Block Island, RI.

Watch Hill Public Dock

The public Watch Hill Docks are located next to the Yacht Club and are affiliated with Frank Hall Boat Yard.  For more information, visit them on Dockwa.

Town of Westerly Moorings

The Town of Westerly requires that all moorings be registered annually.  Moorings must be registered by March 1st of each year.  The Town also maintains a waiting list for moorings.  Click here for more information.

Tide Charts

The Tide Charts for Watch Hill Point.