The mission of this SCYC Keelboat Program is to promote the club and sailing for the good of yachting and to provide equitable use and enjoyment of a club owned and operated keelboat through education, special events, regattas, and individual use.
Please review the following documents and be sure that the appropriate forms are on file with the Club Office. Failure to conform to the SCYC Keelboat (Jack & Jill) Program Polices and Procedures may delay your ability to use the program boats.
The Packet includes the Policies and Procedures, Assumption of Risk, Waiver of Liability, Use Agreement, Self-Certification Form, Certification Form, and Damage Report Form).
All forms must be on file at the club office before participating in the SCYC Keelboat Program.
For any questions regarding the SCYC Keelboat Program, please contact us.
Jack and Jill were the original two keelboats that belonged to the Santa Cruz Yacht Club in the 1930's. The boats were available for all SCYC members to sail. Members would raise a red flag from the yacht club (out on the end of the Santa Cruz wharf at the time) that would signal that someone else was interested in sailing the boat.
The original Jack and Jill boats were Cubs, built by Bear Yachts. Eventually the two boats were replaced by two small Mercury keelboats and the tradition continued for many years. Quite a few of our senior members can tell you about Jack and Jill's colorful history and the wonderful experiences they have had sailing them.
In 2015, The Santa Cruz Yacht Club Board of Directors approved the reintroduction of a Jack & Jill boat and a Santana 22 was graciously donated to the program.