Fairfax Yacht Club is a first class, year round, recreational yachting facility with 170 open and covered slips accommodating boats up to 50-feet in length. The facility is designed and operated with the active boating family in mind.
Fairfax Yacht Club offers many resort features including a beautifully landscaped clubhouse, picnic stations, bath houses, private secure parking, and a pump out station. For peace of mind, Fairfax Yacht Club has limited access through a secured key-card entry system.
Much of the popularity of Fairfax Yacht Club can be attributed to its unique location on the scenic Occoquan River. Unlike many commercial marinas further up the Occoquan, FYC is located along the Fairfax County shore very near the Mason Neck Wildlife Refuge. No other location offers boaters a greater variety of popular cruising ports within easy reach. Georgetown, Washington D.C., Old Town Alexandria, The Town of Occoquan, the Chesapeake Bay, and many popular restaurants and swimming areas are within easy reach.
Fairfax Yacht Club was the first marina on the Potomac River to offer condominium slips. Because condominium marinas have many unique features, we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions designed to help you better understand condominium slip ownership.
What is a Condominium Slip?
A condominium slip is similar to an apartment condominium in that the owner receives a deed (which is insurable and recorded in the County Land Records) which carries with it the exclusive right to the use of the slip (the slip is owned by the owner and not rented or leased from the marina). Further, the owner receives an undivided interest in all condominium property (referred to as the common elements) as specified in the condominium documents which, in this case, includes the piers, clubhouse, parking lots, and other facilities. Fairfax Yacht Club is subject to Virginia’s condominium laws, where actual title is passed from one owner to another. Recently, the term “Dockominiums" has been used by many marina developers in the Chesapeake Bay area to represent other forms of true and quasi ownership and should not be confused with a condominium marina.
Club Contact Details
||Fairfax Yacht Club
||10721 Old Colchester Road